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 →

Snippet #33 Just Toddler Things

Visuals courtesy: Giphy, Unsplash I wake up on time, sometimes even before the alarm goes off, just to ensure I'm beside mommy. She is fast asleep. Why bother her? May be I should rip this diaper off myself. PLONK! Upon mommy's cherubic face falls the loaded diaper worth a kilogram, leaving a wet stain as... Continue Reading →

Snippet #32 Back With A Rant

I'm tired. Exhaustion isn't new to me. This, however, seems like a whole new phase with more intimidating hurdles to overcome. Even the mere thought of housekeeping drains all the zing out of me. Wish I could take atleast an hour break from my gruelling routine and resume blogging in full swing. Ever since I... Continue Reading →

5 Life Lessons To Learn From Babies

"Babies are like little suns that, In a magical way, bring warmth, Happiness and light into our lives." - Anonymous A baby, apart from being a cuddly bundle of joy teaches us some of life's crucial lessons that we otherwise grope for inside the cranky, yellow pages of self-help books or their contemporary Kindle versions.... Continue Reading →

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