7 tips to save money on your kid’s birthday party

7 tips to save money on your kid’s birthday party

Sooner or later birthday parties become an all-year round torment in most of our lives and once you have kids you will find yourself being a regular kids’ birthday party hopper even before you know it – either you are hosting a party, or you are invited to one. As this becomes a never-ending affair once you have kids, it goes without saying that you must be able to tackle the money matters smartly. As it is, organising a birthday party is quite tedious and until and unless you are a party planner, you sigh every time you think of organising one. But research reveals that to throw a great and enjoyable kids’ birthday party you don’t need to spend excessively or create a lot of fanfare. However, there are numerous questions that need to be asked and several things need to be kept in mind in order to organise a kids’ birthday party without making a dent in the pocket. Here are some tips to help you save money on your kids’...
How to keep kids safe in the bathroom

How to keep kids safe in the bathroom

The family bathroom isn’t just for us adult folk. Kids and people with little feet go both supervised and unsupervised into this frequently visited room on a daily basis. Possibly on a par with the kitchen, the bathroom is the most dangerous room inside a modern home. Hard surfaces, dangerous chemicals and scolding water are just a few of the common dangers. As much as we would love to cover everything in soft cushions, it’s impossible to live in a home designed solely for child safety. Modern bathrooms can consist of fancy luxury shower cabins, vanity units, tiles floors and hard wood furniture and are no longer a place to simply clean your teeth and get a wash. BUT with all that said we should still take all the steps necessary to ensure the little ones are as safe as they can be. Here are the top 5 ways to keep the bathroom safe and secure for the little guys. Always supervise them while inside the bathroom Typically, children...
Balancing motherhood alongside the professional life

Balancing motherhood alongside the professional life

Motherhood doesn’t come easy. It comes knocking at life with a lot of responsibilities and sacrifices for the parents – especially the mother. She doesn’t just have to bear the baby within herself but also once she/he’s born. Waking up at nights, changing diapers, feeding the baby – there’s a lot to the picture than just getting the umbilical cords cut. The baby is always more connected to the mother. She/he wants her warmth almost all the time. It’s a difficult time for the whole family adjusting as per the desires of a little human and seeing the baby as adorable as he/she is through all the messes s/he creates. It is a divine feeling, yes. But let’s not forget how some mothers are pushed into PPD after giving birth to a baby. For those of you who don’t know PPD is Postpartum Depression that occurs quite often in mums after the baby is born. Sure, the months of pregnancy are passed by happily waiting for the little one to come and...

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