Friday, 20 April 2018


Lets hover over our 18th topic on how to teach the kids to handle rejections? This is among the pivotal lesson that every child should be taught.

We have seen many children getting annoyed or rather get very cranky when they lose a game or a competition. It is human nature where each one want to be at the top of the ladder, but that is not possible; sometimes we win and sometimes we loose. But the main prospect is to deal with the rejection with grace.

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Quality vs Quantity

No we are not going to discuss quantity of toys or books or dresses your child demands. These are trifle issues when the matter comes to TIME.

Our 17th parenting topic is about Quality Time vs Quantity Time. 
Quality time is what kids need the most from you. One must savour the quality moments spent with kids as that lasts in our memories forever and will never come again.                                   
Lets us take a simple example from our day to day life. If you are with your child and busy with your laptop or phone the whole day and if you say that they have spent a day with kids then you are incorrect!

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Perfect Partner

The 16th extract from #ParentingIntangibleasset speaks about how one must involve the kids in the activities we do.
It’s very important to involve the kids in the activities of the house to let them understand the importance of each task in every aspect and moreover they feel attached to the activities and responsible.

Many a times we have seen elders avoiding the involvement of kids thinking they will not be able to windup things as fast as we elders do or they may put up ample questions which would delay the task. But it’s not the right way, we know children are great observant and are curious to act like us. 

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Own Your Battles

Battles! Yes to be more precise innocent battles among kids for batting first in cricket game, or who is going to chase in a game or as simple as who will sit on window seat in school bus is the most common scenario everywhere.

In this 15th parenting themed post lets look at the ways to conquer these kinds of battles among kids. Every time your child comes to you complaining about a friend or playing mate in a park/school,

Monday, 16 April 2018

Negotiation Skills

“I want this Avengers game. I want it, want it want it!” Came the verdict from a child to his mother next to me in a toyshop, where I waited for the reaction of mother.
She said “we have a similar one at home”.

“But this is a new version, and even my friend has it”, replied enthusiastic child; and the next moment his mother even added this Avengers game to the billing list.

I kept on wondering child gave a proper reasoning to receive the game but here his mother couldn’t reason out for NO. 

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Monotonous Tasks

In this post lets deal with the need of completion of monotonous tasks. There are many chores in a day that are monotonous but needs to be completed with commitment.    Children tend to avoid tasks such as arranging bookshelf,