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Golden Drops Do you remember these “awful if you bit into them” capsules that your mom or grand mom used to force down your throat? Well, the results are in and they were right, Cod Liver Oil Capsules have truly turned out to be a gold winner according to research scientists. I started giving these [...]

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Summer Coolers Believe it or not, there is a little known brand named Zero that makes excellent quality vests for boys. The vests come in sizes starting at small which fit a 3month old and range from medium and large to extra large that fits kids up to about 2.5 years. My tiny hero has [...]

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Travel companion Volumes of information can be found about babies’ eating habits, feeding aids, weaning foods, recipes that will have them begging for more (yeah right!)… you get the picture. We found that the single most important meal time tool was the high chair. A recurring nightmare that pushed us in the direction of the [...]

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If you are in your mid-thirties and grew up in India, you must remember ‘Barbapapa’ from the early eighties. We had such a dearth of kid based entertainment and this wobbly character that morphed into all kinds of objects were the only ‘transformers’ we knew of. Guess where I found them, 25 years later? In [...]

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With Jenai Mulchandani’s Lasting Memories, the reaction is either ‘wow’ or ‘what?’. You either love it or don’t. I heard about life castings through an article before our baby came along and had no idea how to get in touch with Jenai until now. She is a warm, accessible lady with a really creative take [...]

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essay on friendship p>Summer Cooling with Chad Valley Summer time usually means mangoes, watermelon, holiday homework and swimming pools. Those two hours in the pool are bliss for the kids and for the moms. We really can’t expect kids to do laps or concentrate on swimming lessons without any scope of fun, can we? Nope, [...]

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It all started with my son wanting to look up the tooth fairy on YouTube. No, he didn’t get to and I shudder to think what the results would have yielded. But it got me thinking on kids these days relying on the internet as their sole source of information. If this dependence on technology [...]

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Flights of fancy Images like this diagram give me the jitters, but I am assured that this is the only technical data in the paper planes workshop. No more physics or science – unless you ask for it. Bright, creative, sharp minded with unique takes on everything from culture to corporates and marketing; and a serious [...]

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If your cablewala does not provide you with Cbeebies shout, scream and make sure you get it. Cbeebies is BBC’s channel for babies and it is outstanding. A hit with our three year old, I love the fact that it is completely ad free. English programming on the hour every hour and 15 minute shows [...]

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