Most parents want their kids to enjoy the rains but are also worried about what the damp and cold will bring. With the wet out doors and the clothes not drying, there is always the possibility of viruses and bacteria as well as allergens around.
While there is no way or need to keep kids in a bubble, there are some tips that will keep the little troops fighting fit.
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.
There's nothing like a perfect body. Everyone has a different one. Tall or short, long or thin. Just like our babies. Body images change with fashion and time. It is important to tell children that all bodies are fine as long as we strive for health and fitness. We suggest some ways you can teach your little ones to have a positive outlook on their bodies and life.
Even the youngest child deserves a patient hearing. So the next time a child talks about something do not dismiss it as childish prattle. Stop what you are doing and listen. We can all learn a little bit more about ourselves and our children.