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Letters to my Daughter: Rise…Fall…Then Rise Again

This was a letter I wrote to my daughter in August of 2014. Janaa, I am not sure if I mentioned this to you, but the reason I write to you while you are learning to walk, talk and all the other...

A New Year Parenting Resolution for my Child’s Self-Reliance

A bright new shiny year has dawned, full of promise and opportunity. January is a happy month. You forget the blows of the year gone by and are filled with the hope of happiness to come. Then there...

My Daughter’s Independence Movement

Indian Independence Day – the Net is filled with articles and thoughts on the subject, so I am not going to go into that. Instead I thought I would write down my reflections on the independence of...

Another rite of passage – teaching my teen to drive

One of the big rites of passage here in the US is teaching your teenager to drive.  Here in the Midwest, kids get their learning permit at 15, and can officially get their license and begin to drive...

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....

The Best Antibiotic-cum-Painkiller Ever!

This post has been contributed by Srinivasan T. This week I am going to talk about a rejuvenation therapy that is unique and far superior to the ones offered by professionals – its success is...

The “Grand” ParentEdge !

                                                                             This post has been contributed by Srinivasan T. May be one will say that my stray...

Toddler Love

This blog post has been contributed by Tina George. I had a small accident last month and ended up with a fracture on my foot. When you lose the use of one foot, you lose a lot of things. You lose...

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...

A Parent’s Role in Enhancing Kids’ Self-Esteem

This blog post has been contributed by Sagarika Sadhukhan “Parents” the word itself is so emotional and expressive. For a mother, God has given us the boon to feel a child all from inside and of...