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Vacationing with cousins

My drive to office today along one of the busiest roads in South Bangalore – Bannerghatta Road – was actually fun! The reason – everyone is out vacationing as 2012 draws to an end....

What is your kid watching?

This blog post has been contributed by Sia Mitra. Each decade brings out some revolutionary life changing technology. The nineties saw the cable T.V. boom shake the face of Indian society.  Brought...

MOM’s GUILT

Why do mothers feel guilty? I believe that mothers – working or otherwise – are conditioned by their need to be perfect mothers to feel guilty. I have come to the conclusion that guilt is...

The Good, The Bad and The Downright Ugly—The End of the World As We Know It

If you’ve ever heard a child explaining the Ramayana in an ‘easy manner’ you will have noted the words good and bad floating around in the narration. Each character in the epic is judged on the...

Being a good example (part 1 of 12)

This blog post has been contributed by Ignatius Fernandez, and is the first of a 12-part series on ‘Parenting is a Journey’. A little boy returned from school one evening and gave his...

In your parents’ shoes

This blog post has been reposted, with permission, from Bril’s blog http://brilindia.com/blog/. Industrial Research Corporation (“Bril”) was founded in 1964, as a company that manufactured pen...

Putting the edge in ParentEdge – continued

This is a contribution from Mahima Viswanathan, who was the Student Editor for Issue 5 (Mar-Apr 2012) of ParentEdge. CHAPTER THE THIRD: MEMORABLE MOMENTS 1. SLIPPERY SOURCES, ORNERY INTERVIEWEES Ah,...

Putting the Edge in ParentEdge

This is a contribution from Mahima Viswanathan, who was the Student Editor for Issue 5 (Mar-Apr 2012) of ParentEdge. Behind the scenes @ your favourite parenting magazine. Hi! I’m Mahima, Student...

Reading your way to good nutrition

As a family, we became more aware of packaged food labels some years back- it was my husband who drove that consciousness, especially with my daughter, who was then on the heavier side. In order to...

The Myth of Discipline

This blog post has been contributed by Vinitha Ramchandani. A versatile media person, with hands-on work experience in print, electronic and digital media, Vinitha currently works as a senior editor...