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Planning Playdates and Sleepovers
Remember the time you asked your mother for permission to spend the night at a friend’s house and she exclaimed “No, of course not! You can play during the day, what is the need to spend the...
The Must-Have Birthday Party Checklist
Yesteryear birthday parties were simple affairs where you called a few friends home, children played simple games, were given some cake, sandwiches and chips to eat and were then sent home full and...
Has the marzipan in bakeries and shops made your mouth water? Whether you have a confectioner’s thumb or not, this almond marzipan recipe is a delicious way to have fun in the kitchen and make...
Peanut Butter Cookies
These cookies are so ridiculously easy to make that your children will probably ask you to stay out of the kitchen while they make these themselves. Best of all – most likely, you already have...
Nachos with Salsa
Nachos with Salsa is a favourite with children around the world. Unfortunately, ready-to-eat tortilla chips are not easily available in India, and you have to make them yourself if you want to...
Decorating your child’s room
Children today not only have a plethora of possessions (clothes, toys, books, games – does the list ever end?), but they also have a strong sense of individuality. Add to that a limitation on...
What you need: Two bunches of asparagus One large onion One medium-sized potato Four cloves of garlic A quarter-inch piece of ginger Two medium-sized tomatoes One tsp oregano One tsp oil Salt to...
Vegetable Clear Soup
This soup is great to have as you watch the rain pounding the streets outside. It also does you wonders when you’re down with the flu or just need something to warm your insides up. A great and...
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Communication – The Core of Parenting
5 Tips for Bathing Your Newborn with Care
Preparing Your First Child for the Sibling’s Arrival
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