Over the last few months, there’s been a rise of #homeschooling queries on my inbox and I hope to address most of it, factually and from our personal experience. It’s that time of the year for parents! 😬 Admissions season sure brings a lot of confusion especially now with the looming uncertainty about when schools will reopen amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. And even if it does … Continue reading Homeschooling in India: Ultimate guide to learning at home
Happy 2019! Surprisingly, no resolutions yet on the personal front, but boy do I really want to dedicate more time to The Grace Log. 😀 I want to share a detailed review of the water wipes I’ve been using for Zoe, that’s recently launched a NEW variant: the 99% water wipes. Before I post this product review, let me just tell you how much I … Continue reading Mother Sparsh 99% Water Wipes [Review]
Forget bread & butter, wipes & diapers are a new parents’ staple household item! Early 2017, my little one had been developing rashes because he was still on diapers and we needed a solution for that which will not harm his skin and give us peace of mind, because, let’s face it: new parents are a scared bunch of people, always on the lookout for … Continue reading Mother Sparsh baby wipes for First Time Moms
For the longest time, I’ve believed that I have had the worst sleeper of a baby – literally because we didn’t feel like we enjoy long nap times or undeterred hours of sleep. (Little did we know that this was status quo in parenthood).That was until Z had his first bout of cold and nasal congestion, at somewhere around a year, just before his flu … Continue reading My Baby Sleeps Peacefully Again!
MAMA EARTH! The most loved product in our household that has the most shelf space! Our current list of product favorites can be best summed up in this routine recap: A good morning begins with their newest toothpaste variant (by far our favorite because of the bubble yield :D) and moves on to using the body wash / shampoo on some days. After that we usually … Continue reading M is for…
[Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine] One thing I’ve noticed in India is that even though women shaving her head is seen as very odd in society, purely because of all the judgmental voices in people’s heads; it also is seen as a privilege especially when done for religious reasons at, say, a temple. As much as I love my … Continue reading Hello, Summer Hair!