July 5, 2015

eKAVACH Parental Control App – The Future of Digital Parenting


  eKAVACH is a distinctive mobile parental control application for parents which deals with widespread digital safety of our digital natives and offers appropriate parental guidance over a child’s activities across different digital platforms. Certus Technologies India, is offering this mobile electronic shield  eKAVACH ( Kavach in Indian language means a shield ) to parents […]

Gifts For Young Children Made Easy


  Buying gifts for very young children can be difficult. Not only will they not appreciate what you give them, there’s also a very real risk of danger. Young children can and will put anything in their mouths. Any small or removable parts are immediately out of the question. That takes most toys and crafts […]

When the Hugging Stops

Fairy 1

  ‘I love you, Mummy,’ says Ollie as he wraps his arms around me and squeezes tight. It makes me happy, of course it does, but it is also bittersweet. Ollie turned six at the beginning of the month. He is growing faster than I can believe and I know that sure enough, he will […]

Moving Abroad with Children


  If you’re lucky enough to spend weeks or months away with your family, then you’ll know that there’s probably no greater privilege in life than getting to share these incredible experiences with your family by your side. But with great opportunities can also come even greater responsibilities, as packing up your life to move […]

Five Tips For Raising A Larger Than Life Family

The Sullivan family in Cannes 2013

  You don’t need enough kids to warrant a TV crew in your house to know what it is like to raise a larger than life family, both in numbers and personality. Of course, your kids are the best thing in the world, but that doesn’t mean that they are not hard work! Cooking cleaning, […]

When’s the Right Age to Start Potty Training?

Green potty

  Every parent asks this question but in truth, there is no right age to potty train. While most are potty trained between the ages of 2 and 3, it can take a little longer for other children. Natural readiness simply varies from child to child. It takes time, understanding and patience. You cannot rush […]