The number of questions I receive weekly are mostly from new Moms, all very eager to start Reading Aloud, but don’t know where to start! I love the eagerness, and the need to do it right, and I also realise that we are surrounded by thousands of books available for babies, so how does one choose and which ones will form the long term bond and many more questions. Let’s find out – When do I start reading to Babies? here is no right or wrong time to read to your bubba. Research says that, babies in 3rd trimester Continue Reading
Reading Aloud is not science, it is a natural consequence of a parent’s need to show the beautiful world of books to their children. If you love books, it is something that you would do. But what if you aren’t a reader at all, then reading aloud is a task, and not the merry enjoyment that one would expect. My top 10 reasons to Read Aloud? My first answer, is always because it is fun. But there are so many more benefits to reading aloud for kids, and later with kids. Reading aloud helps our kids understand how to use language Continue Reading
I have had way too many failed attempts at doing challenges, but I get back up and try again, and this time, for #BlogchatterA2Z April Challenge, I have decided to talk about a topic close to my heart, and that is the A2Z of Reading aloud with kids! WHY? As a parent, it took me a while to understand the importance of reading aloud. I loved books, but in the shackles and the day to day ups and downs of being a new mom, I kind of never really read much to my 1st baby. It took me a while, Continue Reading
As parents, it is an everyday battle to get things right. The kids must be studying right, playing right, sleeping right and most important of it all, eating right. If you are a parent with the kid who eats everything that you put on a plate for her, lucky you! But I know, for sure, that there are parents out there who struggle with the eating habits of their kids every single day, or worse, every single meal. I am one of them, and it is exhausting! From trying to figure out whether we are giving them a balanced diet, Continue Reading
Take Away the A by Michael Escoffier is an interesting, off-beat and amazing Alphabet Book! I love Peculiar Alphabet books, and this one totally scores on all checkboxes. What is a word, but a collection of letters? Take away one letter, and the meaning and the sound changes!
I feature Shweta Kalyanasundaram, whom I met on Instagram a while ago when we hosted our very first #BookishMomsandBeyond Challenge! I loved her book choices and her little reviews.