Parenting with Positivism : Issue 28

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Dec 2016 . VOLUME 28 . ISSUE 28 Tips for raising your superstar with common-sense and Love

Christmas cometh and the Lord was born!
I wish it could be Christmas everyday!

Santa Claus and his reindeers are coming to town, and we couldn’t be more excited! Wherever you are, surely you would’ve been planning attending the Midnight Mass at your local Church, to putting up stockingsunder the Christmas Tree at home for Santa to fill (erm, in case there isn’t a chimney to slide down, through the balcony!) or cooking a feast fit for an Emperor all of us have been celebrating Yuletide in all its glory forever!

Parenting with Posivitism

Celebrate the spirit of giving, caring and sharing with your kids this end of the year.

  • Help them make some utility item from waste and make ‘Best out of waste’
  • Help them make candles, masks, wreaths and other small decorative items for gifting.
  • You can even help them bake some Christmas cakes and cookies for their friends.
  • Help them even dress up as Santa with a red gown, mask and big belly and distribute the gifts to their dear and near ones and also the needy

Spirit of giving

Please engage your children to do some service activity, to inculcate a sense of social service. Let your kids collect items for donating from neighborhood, and send them to old age homes, orphanage, etcs where they do some service activity. When children start caring for people from a very small age, they become better persons

Parenting with Posivitism
Parenting with Posivitism Warm winters for homeless

Let your child think of homeless in the street. Talk to them about the difficulties they face in winters without a proper shelter or home without proper clothing or proper food. Let your child  realize how fortunate they are to have a close knit family, home and all  the basic amenities as well as luxuries needed in life. Think of ways you and your child can arrange for blankets and food for the needy! Perhaps they could be kept busy by making greeting cards for one and all too!

Vacation ideas

Spending quality time during vacation
Winter is knocking at the door and it is time to snuggle up with a good book in front of a fireplace and enjoy a hot cup of tea or coffee in bed every morning. Winter is also a good time to go on a vacation with your family and friends

Pack for travel

Food is one of the major concern when it comes to travel. To stay healthy and avoid eating from unhygienic places it’s advisable to carry homemade eatables …

Food : Healthy soup for winters

Carrot soup served with a sprinkle of sesame seeds and crispy fried spinach Preparation Time: 16-20 minutes, Cooking time: 26-30 minutes .

Plan a staycation if not a vacation

Although visiting someplace new can be fun, so can putting away all of your phones and tablets and other electronic devices, and just spending time with your kids. If you have the vacation time but you can’t plan a trip to travel, stay home. Let each person in your family designate a specific day for their favorite activity. For instance, if your youngest child likes games, Monday can be game day. …

Whatever you choose, if you plan carefully and choose something family friendly, you will be off to a good start. Have a great year and enjoy the holidays.

We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year


Our children’s happiness makes our day, isn’t it? Let’s work together to achieve it. It’s never too late to start thinking about your child as a child and let them enjoy holiday and home work. Share pictures of you with your child- those WOW moments we’ll feature it on all online platforms

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