Toys are a child's best friend.
Sugar, spice, chalk and cheese - a father of two little girls speaks.
Every child is different. Acknowledging this makes the parenting journey that much more fun. Vinay, a father of two little girls, each very different from the other, speaks about the relationship between them. Today he is happy to go with the flow and explore the world around through his daughters and that makes every day 'father's day'. "Parenting is way beyond expectations when you let your little ones lead you where they will", says Vinay who juggles a demanding career with being an engaged father to two tween girls.
Being a connected father! A father's wish for everyday.
School daze- What makes a good preschool for my daughter?
Bringing a new life home is just the beginning. What happens when a devoted father has to let the apple of his eye explore the real world so she can discover herself and grow to find her space in it? He draws up a long list of requirements and even mulls over alternatives like home-schooling (and in wild moments - opening his own school). This week we bring you a glimpse of young father's search for the perfect school for his little munchkin. How he drew from his daughter's personality and needs to find what was just the right fit for her - a school that lets her explore at her own pace, one she cannot wait to go back to!
Bringing up father! My first steps into being a dad.
Our life on the spectrum!
It is fine to be different yet no less than others. This is a lesson from my son Aadvik. This month we feature a blog post from Deepika, who talks about her son Aadvik and how play can be tailored to every child's need. And how Autism need not prevent any child from having fun.
Motherhood - Start Ups, Books and Hindi!
Motherhood has been quite a journey for me so far. I went from being a full time scientific officer at a university in Sydney to being a full time mom in Bangalore. One of my expectations from the move from Australia to India was the exposure my child would have to our culture and more importantly to our language, Hindi.