Raising Threenagers

Raising Threenagers

Let’s be honest. How many of you were familiar with the term “threenagers”? While it may totally seem like I have created it out of sheer

Raising Children Who Believe in The Impossible

Raising Children Who Believe in The Impossible

I was watching a movie called Lion, starring Nicole Kidman. Nicole’s character was speaking to her adopted son about a vision she once had, long

A Fitness Instructor’s Guide to Raising Healthy Children

A Fitness Instructor’s Guide to Raising Healthy Children

As a personal trainer, people expect that my family is as enthusiastic about fitness as I am. That my children are energetic and that we

Expat Parenting – A Not-so-smooth Process!

Expat Parenting – A Not-so-smooth Process!

As exciting as it may sound, expat parenting comes with its fair share of struggles. Not that it consists entirely of struggles and no benefits,

The Role of Fathers in Raising Emotionally Intelligent Boys

The Role of Fathers in Raising Emotionally Intelligent Boys

The Link Road case has shaken all of us to our cores as we come to grips with the realisation that women and children are

Raising Gentlemen: From the Diary of a Funny Woman

Raising Gentlemen: From the Diary of a Funny Woman

Where do I start? I belong to a family of five siblings including myself. My eldest sister got married at a very early age, I

Raising Children on the Spectrum

Raising Children on the Spectrum

This June, my eldest son, who has an autism diagnosis, turned 10. He had received his diagnosis when he was around 3 years old. Initially,

Raising Feminist Boys and Breaking Gender Stereotypes

Raising Feminist Boys and Breaking Gender Stereotypes

‘Boys don’t cry!’, ‘Scared, what are you a girl?’, ‘Pink is for girls!’ We have been hearing these statements since always. Have you ever wondered

Preparing My Daughter For The Birth Of My Second Child

Preparing My Daughter For The Birth Of My Second Child

Being a mom of two girls is incredible! I’ve always dreamt of having a baby girl as my first and when God blessed me with

About ScratchJr – A Conversation with The Super Creative Coding Mama

About ScratchJr – A Conversation with The Super Creative Coding Mama

Do you want your children to know the importance of logic, strategy, and creativity from an early age? I do too and that’s why I

From The Diary of a Second-time Mommy

From The Diary of a Second-time Mommy

When I became a mother for the first time more than four years ago, I was always under pressure to be perfect. It’s not like

Why You Should Get The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

Why You Should Get The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

We got our first 7 Habits of Happy Kids book as a present more than two years ago. It was a thin paperback called “Just

Raising Tolerant Children: The Importance of Teaching Tolerance

Raising Tolerant Children: The Importance of Teaching Tolerance

I have been keen on raising tolerant children since Zaviar, my firstborn, came into this world. The world we live in today needs a lot

So What Exactly is Respectful Parenting?

So What Exactly is Respectful Parenting?

Respectful parenting means to seek to establish a relationship with our children instead of trying to control them. It’s the idea that simply put- love

Raising Children In A Home Away From Home

Raising Children In A Home Away From Home

While pondering over how I am raising my son here in Sweden, in a home away from home, I wondered if there is any strategy

What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?

What is Considered an Unsafe Environment for a Child?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about what is considered an unsafe environment for a child? Is it predators

Being a ‘Working Mom’- Dealing with guilt and a career

Being a ‘Working Mom’- Dealing with guilt and a career

Becoming a mother changes everything for a woman; whilst we have heard this phrase many times, we experience it only when we go through the

codeSpark Academy Review – Why You Should or Shouldn’t Get This Coding App for Kids

codeSpark Academy Review – Why You Should or Shouldn’t Get This Coding App for Kids

Now that Zaviar and I are close to six weeks into playing this at home kids coding app, I think it’s the perfect time for

LeapFrog LeapReader Review: The Best Educational Toy

LeapFrog LeapReader Review: The Best Educational Toy

This LeapFrog LeapReader review has been way overdue. My son got the LeapFrog LeapReader for his second birthday. I simply stuffed it in the cupboard

Raising readers: Your child’s first step into reading

Raising readers: Your child’s first step into reading

I’ve been wanting to write about this for quite a while now. My husband and I had been thinking about teaching my four-year-old how to

Potty training boys: How to train your child in one day

Potty training boys: How to train your child in one day

Potty training is always the elephant in the room as soon as your child learns how to walk and talk, sometimes even before that. You

A letter to my firstborn on the birth of my second child

A letter to my firstborn on the birth of my second child

Throughout my pregnancy, I wondered how I would love another child as much as you. You made me a mother. Also, you were the perfect

Raising Sensitive Boys: Difficult conversations with toddlers

Raising Sensitive Boys: Difficult conversations with toddlers

Conversations with your little ones can evoke a million emotions in you especially when you are raising sensitive boys. There is somehow a stigma around

Let your children believe in Magic

Let your children believe in Magic

I had an interesting conversation with my three-year-old today. I asked him what he wanted to be when he grows up since he changes his

Boys and the “I don’t like pink” syndrome

Boys and the “I don’t like pink” syndrome

What do you do when your three-year-old shows signs of “I don’t like pink” syndrome? You tell him “But Ama and Baba love pink!” When

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