Brother Finger

Baby D and I went to the park yesterday. I'm not a fan of kids park, you guys. Ask me if I can walk, I'll go miles with you. But snaking around the sliding board for an hour or two? Heck no. It's monotonous, tiresome and boriiiiinnggg. While remaining cool and composed on the outside,... Continue Reading →

Snippets From The Absorbent Mind – On Infancy and Environment

According to Maria Montessori, the first six years of life is when the child develops his own mental flesh, using which he explores, judges, embraces and fights the world for the rest of his life. And it all gets kickstarted the moment they are born into this world. Right from infancy! ◎ The absorbent mind... Continue Reading →

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