Someone once gave me a little tip that the use of vertical surface for writing is better than the horizontal method. That was the first time I realized that it requires a different skill altogether when one writes/colors on a vertical surface. Imagine using a chalkboard for long – your hand aches, doesn’t it? Proof it’s a different experience, right there! That said, vertical surface … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Kids Should Work on a Vertical Surface
Dear me, Congratulations on making it to your 4th trimester, which is basically just an extension of life in the womb (You’ll soon come to realize that there are say, 14 trimesters or so left. But worry not – you will sail through! ) After being comfortably snug in the womb, the outside world would be a bit of a rude shock to the tiny … Continue reading The Fourth Trimester – 8 Things I Wish I Could Tell My First-Time Mom Self
A first hand look into early intervention mentions wrt speech therapy and attaining developmental milestones. Continue reading Guest Interview: Early Intervention Program for Babies and Toddlers
A is for Anmol, my very first baby wearing companion: I got these around the time they released their basic Soft Structured Carrier (SSC) – the most affordable one in the babywearing market, then. All I wanted was the baby carrier functionality for short walks around the apartment and so without any further research, I’d gotten this. It did take a while for the baby … Continue reading A is for…
I have been thinking of doing an A-Z of all the baby brands I love and I didn’t realize there was an April challenge already for this. Thanks MommyingBabyT for posting about it. If you are wondering, if I’d have enough to write from about the 26 letters, trust me it isn’t hard at all, given the plethora of brands out there.I’m bound to write about … Continue reading A to Z Blogging Challenge: Baby Brands & Stuff Every FTM Can Benefit From
I don’t know if the name was inspired from Seth Godin’s ‘Purple Cow‘ but you had me there. 🙂 Purple Bee makes activity kits for children of parents, who don’t really have a lot of time or energy to put together structured learning opportunities for their kids. I’m a huge believer in the effects of unstructured play and in how boredom is awesome for the little … Continue reading Purple Bee: The purple cow of activity boxes?