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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

5 Spices To Help Your Little One's Overall Health

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There's just something about this image up here that makes my mouth kind of water. Well, if you can't guess it already, I am a sucker for spices, and by spices I do not mean chillies. What I love about cooking (I surely do not really enjoy cooking but love the process of mixing and matching spices) is how I get to play around with different types of spices.

For the past few months or so, almost a year or more now actually, I have started preparing most of my spices (masalas) at home. So whether it is coriander powder (dhaniya), turmeric powder, garam masala, sabzi masala, cinnamon powder (dalcheeni), cardamom powder (elaichi), cumin powder (jeera) or any other mixed spice, I try to make it as much at home as possible. And yes, of course I have noticed the huge difference it brings in the aroma and taste.

With so many health benefits that come attached with these spices, it is no wonder that I have made sure my daughters are also inclined to have them as much as they can. They are 8 and 2 now, and have already developed a strong taste and palate where they can appreciate the different spices I use. So why do I use them so much and so regularly? Of course because they add that much more flavor to the dishes I prepare, and of course also because they are loaded with so many health benefits that most of us are not aware of.

For today, I'll share the top 5 spices I use at home. Top 5 not just from health but more on the frequency that I use them.

5 Spices That Are Great For Kids

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Giveaway Winners For The SuperMom CookBook

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Thank you so much mommies for dropping by.......

As per the rules, only two mommies followed the simple rules that were a prerequisite for the giveaway. Unfortunately, we will be sending out the copies to only those two mommies.

And the mommies who do get the copies are

Himanshu Musale 
and
Deepa Sharma

Mommies, I request you to please send me your contact details at deborummy(at)gmail(dot)com

Thanks a bunch for your time all you mommies :) 

- 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

Back To school: Back to Safety

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My wonderful friend Landon wanted to share some very important thoughts on kids' safety issues, especially as our kids are now going back to school in the new school season. So yet again, I am super thankful and happy to share this informative piece he took the time out to write.

With August in the air, many students are headed back to school. Parents sometimes are joyous to send their children back to school, while others feel saddened that vacation time with their kids is over.

This year, it’s especially important to start off on a positive note. We all need to make sure school safety is maintained in a proper fashion. Having our beloved children sent off to schools where we are unable to supervise what they are doing can sometimes be an uneasy feeling for many parents.

It’s vital for parents to check into their children’s school environment to be sure necessary steps are being taken to ensure safety at school. There are many areas of a child’s school that can pose threats to their health or well-being, so properly examining where children will be spending a large majority of their time is a great way to ensure your child’s safety.

One of the most common places in schools for accidents is on the playground. This area of the school is often overlooked by parents who assume the school staff has already examined the playground for possible threats where our children could be injured. In fact, most of the time teachers and staff make this same assumption, and assume principals and school board members have inspected the playgrounds. Don’t assume- check it out for yourself! In fact, the majority of child accidents are caused from teachers who do not supervise their students while at recess.
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