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Teaching Gender Equality to Our Sons From Childhood

Author: Swati Nitin Gupta

Category: Home Management

I recently came across a blog post that talked about teaching gender equality to our sons from childhood The blogger talked about dispelling some of the common stereotypes attached with gender, for instance colours like blue is for boys and pink is for girls, kitchen work is for girls and doing outside chores is a boy’s job She talked about living a life where all these stereotypes could be broken either daily or on a weekly basis...

What Santa Claus Teaches Us

Author: Swati Nitin Gupta

Category: Family Concerns

The holiday season is here and most schools have winter holidays starting from December 25th to January 1st Ask any kid and he will say that Christmas is the best festival Why...

Behavioural Issues in Toddlers, And Dealing With These

Author: Swati Nitin Gupta

Category: Parenting

As a mother of a six year old, I too have had certain behavioural issues with Prince A when he was about three years old However, I was adamant that I will not let his issues grow with him, so I ensured that I sweet-talked him whenever he made a mistake, disrespected any elder and spoke rudely to anyone because I found that it is better to talk in softer tones and make them understand the repercussions, which they can relate to, instead of hard punishments, which will only make them resentful The age between two and three years was the most difficult stage – one, because he was too young to understand anything, and two, my parenting style was different from his grandparents so we used to have loads of conflicts in the house...

Dealing With Serious Injuries in School

Author: Swati Nitin Gupta

Category: Parenting

When my son joined his new school – we all were happy for him – but few days into the new school the enthusiasm was replaced with tantrums and his repeated requests of either to change the school or get him a sick leave As a parent I was worried because my son, otherwise enthusiastic child, was avoiding school However, I assured him that I will speak with his teacher and settle the matter, but for now he has to go to school...

Making Your Five-Year Old More Independent

Author: Swati Nitin Gupta

Category: Parenting

As your tiny tot turns five you start noticing that he has a penchant for doing things on his own For instance he will want to dress on his own, bathe on his own and also try out other things on his own My experience tells me that we as parents should encourage this rather than curb it by saying “oh he is wasting soap”, or “he is spilling food” or whatever else you may say...