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Jinxed days – Toddler Tales day 10

Yes, it's true! There are days when no games work. When activities get thrashed left and right. And everyone says your turn to take care of baby. I know it all sounds scary but it's true a 101 percent. Because we have it every now and then without mercy. Suddenly it feels like the dementors… Continue reading Jinxed days – Toddler Tales day 10

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Inside Days – Toddler Tales Day 9

We have been locked up almost a month inside our houses and the happiness meter is definitely looking for new measures. Now tired of everything it's time for introspection and looking inside for all of us. Here is how toddlers and kids can also do this activity Make a toddler happiness meter Let your kids… Continue reading Inside Days – Toddler Tales Day 9

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Hand Painting – Toddler Tales Day 8

As you must be feeling inside your homes locked, bolted, sealed and drained of life so is my little toddler. Running and playing outdoors is his natural tendency. Amidst this lockdown he feels sad, bored and tired of sitting inside the house for a long time. Now that's the reason why we interest him to… Continue reading Hand Painting – Toddler Tales Day 8

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Gratitude days – Toddler Tales day 7

I am one of the biggest advocates of teaching gratitude to kids early in their lives. Saying Thank you is just the beginning. It is about helping our kids learn the attitude of gratitude. Always remember toddlers don't understand gratitude at the first. So you will have to practice it daily and probably all the… Continue reading Gratitude days – Toddler Tales day 7

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Food Days – Toddler Tales day 6

Like every other kid, we have one at our home and the tantrums are no less. He needs his drumstick in sambhar, he cannot eat potato fries hot, the milk should be warm, grapes should be cut, pomegranate peeled and washed, poha with bhujia, roti plain, bhindi fried crisp. Food is a form of expression… Continue reading Food Days – Toddler Tales day 6