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Are you struggling to keep your 3-year-old indoors? And even if you have managed to keep her indoors, are you wondering what activities you can engage her in so that she doesn’t get bored? Well, worry not, as our proparent Maheshu Saran shares some easy and interesting tips to keep your 3-year-old not only indoors but also ensure that she doesn’t get bored staying indoors.-https://goo.gl/GJc8xD

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Keep your toddlers warm this season with these healthy winter foods and recipes by Puja Sharma Vasisht.

https://goo.gl/rKFmJj

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How to increase #breastmilk supply, Read here-https://goo.gl/WPIysT
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Baby poops after every food is this normal? Know here-https://goo.gl/OQlrno
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Do you want to put your toddler into a playschool? But do you know what the right age is? What factors should you consider before looking for a playschool? What makes a playschool an ideal playschool for your toddler? Our proparent Ridhi Doomra, in her current blog, shares some insight on how to gauge whether your toddler is ready for playschool or not? https://goo.gl/E3T6bC

As a mother, you would not want your child to face any adverse situations. You always try to protect her. But sometimes the circumstances are such where she faces a serious injury which could not be prevented. And then she is advised bed rest for a few days. But she is always complaining that she is bored and does not want to stay at home. This in turn along with her illness is making her cranky and fussy. Our proparent Sukanya Banerjee here lists five ways to help your child go through the rough days in a smooth way. https://goo.gl/t1YxvW

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#WorldAIDSDay As the United Nations AIDS (UNAIDS) Organisation revealed that the theme for this year AIDS day is Prevention of HIV transmission. So what better way to stop the pandemic by reducing the chances of HIV transmission from a mother to a child? Mother to Child HIV transmission occurs when an HIV-infected woman gives birth to a child. The chances of HIV transmission increase also during breastfeeding. In this blog our expert Dr Himani Khanna, Developmental Paediatrician, Artemis (Gurgaon), talks about the ways an HIV-infected woman can give birth to a non-HIV infected baby. https://goo.gl/CYvdVE

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As a new mother, you are busy doing lots of things, taking care of your baby, feeding her, bathing her, massaging her. But you forget the most important thing – having conversation with her. Yes, heard it right. A child imitates and picks up cues from your behaviour. So if you want to her to learn anything you need to start including those things in your day-to-day behaviour with her and everyone else around you. Our proparent Hina Srivastava shares some useful insights to make your baby learn basic things quickly. https://goo.gl/RP2oex

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It feels amazing to get pregnant, no matter what the weather is! But yes, pregnancy can be overwhelming with mood swings, hormonal and body changes. And in winter, your skin cried out aloud for attention too! With this in mind, our blogger Ridhi Doomra brings you skincare tips for winter pregnancy.

https://goo.gl/zcmT8C

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Are you as a mother of two-year-old struggling with how to stop breastfeeding? Do you often feel irritated because your child still demands your milk in the night? Do you find yourself giving in to your child’s night-time feed and then feel guilty about it? If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then worry not, as our proparent Preeti, shares some helpful practical tips to stop #breastfeeding.

https://goo.gl/KA6WRS
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