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The Dangers of Over-Parenting

The other day I told my sister that I would be coming over to see her two year old son. She told me, “Come between 5 and 6 pm. You will not be able to see him otherwise.” Apparently He sleeps...

My baby, my design?

Namrataa Arora also blogs at http://worldofmoms.wordpress.com. Tailor made – everything! Your personal fitness instructor, your personal diet plan, your personal virtual assistant, your personal...

The Process of Negotiating the Rules with your Child

This blog post has been reposted, with permission, from Bril’s blog (http://brilindia.com/blog/). The Bril team writes about relevant parenting issues that need attention and action in order to...

Dare to Discipline (part 3 of 12)

This blog is the third of a 12-part series on ‘Parenting is a Journey’. Ignatius Fernandez also blogs at http://thechildisfatheroftheman.blogspot.in/. In the Andes, South America, two tribes...

“Because” Just Isn’t the Answer

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...

I Can’t Afford It!

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...

That boy in yellow nail-polish

This blog post has been reposted, with permission, from Lalita Iyer’s blog http://mommygolightly.wordpress.com/. A few months ago, I took Re for his first real haircut. His locks had grown beyond...

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...

Help ! My child has “allergies”

Show me one child who has grown up without cold and cough, and I’ll show you a miracle. As I join the multitude of parents juggling with anti histamines, inhalers, nebulizers and cough syrups,...

How much it too much?

I’ve always wanted to be the ideal mum (who doesn’t!), juggling a million tasks and duties and yet able to spend time with her child – both in terms of quality and quantity. I...