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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Personalised Baby And Kids Product At MyDoodlez.Com: Online Shopping Review

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A few weeks back I got this mail from the team at MyDoodlez.com asking me if I would be interested in trying out anything from their website and talking about it here with you all. To be honest, I am not really an online buyer, and even when I do shop online, its mostly books (actually, make it always books!). So I was a little apprehensive, whether or not it would be a good idea.

But the lovely team assured me that I should definitely try it once. They were kind enough to tell me that it was one option I should try at least once, and if I didn't like it I could always provide them the feedback. Reading this, you may initially think this is a sponsored post, but I assure you it isn't. And though it has been some time that they contacted me and I got the product, I took my time to talk about it. You will see why, later in the post.

I went on their site and I must say they do have a huge range of products. So before I tell you exactly what I got from them, let me tell you a little more about the brand.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Room Of Many Colours By Ruskin Bond: Want To Read Wednesdays


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My daughter has not really been enjoying this as much as I thought she would, but she is trying :)

The Room Of Many Colours by Ruskin Bond is a delightful collection of stories by the amazing writer.


Here is a list of the stories that are included in this collection:

  1. a long walk with granny
  2. animals on the track
  3. a tiger in the house
  4. the playing fields of simla
  5. the wind on haunted hill
  6. riding through the flames
  7. a rupee goes a long way
  8. the flute player
  9. the night the roof blew off
  10. faraway places
  11. the tree lover
  12. how far is the river?
  13. the haunted bicycle

Monday, February 9, 2015

How To Potty Train Your Baby: How I Potty Trained My 15 Month Old

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The one query I see on most parenting sites and forums is how to train your baby for the potty! Moms are petrified and worried and really really curious to know how to train the baby in basic bathroom routines.

When I had my first baby, I must say I was really clueless. I honestly felt that keeping my baby in the diaper was a good alternative than trying to run with her to the bathroom at odd hours all the time. Of course I wasn't well aware in the tricks and tips then! That said, my first born was potty trained by the time she was going to be 2 years....which is not something I am happy about now, seeing that I could have done better.

With my second born, it was wayyyyyy easier. In fact, she was potty trained by the time she was 15 months old. And no, it did not involve any special tricks or apps (surprisingly, most mommies these days are taking the help of a so-called popular potty training app, which I feel is more work than just training your baby yourself!) and I did not even have to push my baby for it.

To keep it simple, in case you too are readying to get your baby potty trained, you may read through the rest of the article. It worked out really well for me, and I hope it works out for you too :)

When Is The Best Time To Start Potty Training Baby?

What may be the best time for another baby may not be the best time for your's! That's the first thing

Friday, February 6, 2015

How Your Baby's Bath Time Is So Much More Powerful Than Just Cleansing Time

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As a mom you know that the time you spend playing, interacting and bonding with your babies can have a significant effect on them for a lifetime. This is especially true during the first three years of your toddler’s life when their tiny brain starts developing. Ever noticed how the simplest gestures like singing a lullaby or holding your baby in your arms evokes happy emotions from your baby? This is because as soon as they are born they use their sense of sight, smell, touch and sound to learn about their environment. The nurturing that you provide during everyday rituals have a profound impact on your baby's reactions and development.

One of the daily rituals that you may not even realize is a great learning opportunity for your baby is bath time, and your interaction with your baby during bath time is key to this learning.  The bath is a place where touch and smell contributes to your baby’s development. For example, simply talking back and forth with baby during bath time can help with language development, or playing music during bath time can stimulate memory. Bath time, therefore, is so much more than a time to just to clean your baby.

As a baby care expert, Johnson & Johnson India is now advancing new research that explores the science behind happy, healthy baby development. The research shows that the time you spend with your baby during bath time can be more than a time to connect and bond. It can be an opportunity to

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Paddington Giveaway Mail

Thank you all for the inspiring boards and pins. The level of creative genius here on Pinterest wows me each and every day. ♥



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Thank you mommies for the answers you sent :) I have already informed you via email and you should be receiving your gift in a couple of days! Thanks again for taking out time...

- Debolina Raja Gupta

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And like I always believe in and say:
'Heal the world we live in
Save it for our children' - MJ
Happy Parenting!!!!

Be good to your little one, and to the millions of little ones out there who truly need every bit of love and compassion they can get.....Be a grown up...save the little ones.... Debolina Raja Gupta
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