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How to Talk to Children about Death?

How to Talk to Children about Death?

A few months ago, my 2.5 year old son started developing a new fear. He was, suddenly, awfully scared of dogs. When we would switch-off the lights at bedtime he would say, “Don’t switch-off the light, doggy will come.” Clearly I was troubled by this new phase, and considering I have never taken the route … Read more

Being Dad: Roles you may play as a Father

Being Dad: Roles you may play as a Father

This may be the first post by a dad on this platform and I hope it can inspire a few other fathers to write and share their experiences. The idea for this post struck me after a few friends and I were intoxicated enough to talk about fatherhood, our experiences as sons, our expectations from our … Read more

Travelling with a Toddler – The Dos and Don’ts

Travelling with a Toddler – The Dos and Don’ts

Travelling with a baby / toddler has its challenges. Here’s a copious list of dos and don’ts drawn out by a hands-on mommy who recently enjoyed a fabulous get away with her husband and toddler. We hope you to can draw some learnings from her experiences and make your vacation, with your child, a truly … Read more

Bake at Home: Cheese Straws

Bake at Home: Cheese Straws

You will need: 100 gm Cheese 50 gm Flour 1 tsp. Baking Powder 50 gm. Butter 1 Egg cheese grater, mixing bowl, teaspoon, knife, 2 small bowls, wooden spoon, flat tray, baking sheet, strainer / sieve. Click on the images to see the instructions:

Sharing the world of Books with my Daughters

Sharing the world of Books with my Daughters

“Sharing the magical world of books with my daughters, just like my mother did” “Books are the quietest and the most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and the wisest of counsellors and the most patient of teachers.” – Charles W. Elliot “You know, it would be great if you could write a … Read more

‘You’ and ‘I’ and the Happiness Within

‘You’ and ‘I’ and the Happiness Within

‘You’ and ‘I’ and the happiness within. How can we create a happier world?  It is often said happiness comes from within but how often have we paid attention to what it implies? If a person is unhappy, no amount of money, success and love can change the feeling for good. Happiness comes to those who … Read more