2 more days to go. The festival of fun, happiness and lights is here. On this festive time, are you trying to make quick Diwali paper lanterns at home with your child? If yes please try this. I am no expert in this creative area nor did I end up making a perfect lantern. However this was fun and very quick Here is a DIY for you on how to make Diwali paper lanterns...

Diwali the festival of lights, the festival of happiness and what better way to spend this time with your child? Bond with your child in a special way this Diwali. Festivals gives us ample of opportunity for some mother- child bonding in a special way. Some of the things you could do with your toddler in tow this Diwali… 10 Ways to Engage your Toddler This Diwali: 1....

My blogging had been irregular for the past few weeks; thanks to my laptop that crashed. I took my friend’s laptop home which was due for repair. I along with my hubby browsed through the videos in that laptop and found a series of Talespin cartoons. We became so happy that we watched the entire series at a stretch. Unknowingly we were drawn back to our childhood...

Diwali is around the corner. Every household is going hussle bussle with the preparations for Diwali. Cleaning the house, shopping, preparing sweets and snacks, lighting up the house has now begun. And with kids being an integral part of each household; Diwali is all the more fun. However with the fun element comes the safety element as well. Each of us want our...

Baby’s first birthday is a big day for the parents though the baby would know little about what is happening. However every parent tries to make it special in their own way so that once the child grows up there are some great memories with the big day. We had hosted our daughter’s birthday party for close family and friends at a hotel close to our house....

Hello mommies I am really happy to share this Diwali special Thinai halwa which is a millet recipe. There were many types of millets consumed in olden days like varagu, thinai, kuthiravali to name a few. These millets were consumed in many parts of India as the main grain before rice from China got imported to India. We can make many recipes using millets for breakfast,...

Diwali is not celebrated in Kerala unlike Tamilnadu or other North Indian states. So the whole concept of Diwali was new to me. As a new bride 4 years back when I came to Mumbai, I was amazed at the ways by which people celebrate Diwali here. Crackers whole day and night, sweets, family hang outs, fun, drinks, delicacies and yes gifts!! In this post I have listed...

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