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5 Healthy Drinks For Your Kids This Summer

The temperatures are rising and so will your kids activities during the holidays. A kid’s diet should contain all essential nutrients as they are physically active throughout the day. As the amount of energy spent by them is more than an adult, the replenishment needs to be carefully planned. Here is a list of nutritional drinks for children that would help conserve energy and rejuvenate them this summer The Coconut Blast   You Will Need: 3 cups of coconut water 1 cup water (the amount of water would depend on how strong you want the drink to be) 1/2 cup freshly squeezed lime juice 1/4 teaspoon salt 2tbsp raw honey How To: Mix all the above ingredients well. Serve chilled. Why Choose It?...

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The Dad Diaries - A dad's view on paternity leave.

"A father is meant to do exactly what the mother is meant to do. He’s meant to nurture, care, clean, love, cherish, entertain, discipline, play with, educate his child and lots more." This weeks #DadDiaries features Rohan Vyavaharkar, father to a 3 and a half year old who loves The Gruffalo and hums Star Wars’ Darth Vader’s Imperial March theme while playing with her dolls. One of his prime reasons to start his own business was to spend more time with his family. In this article on Shethepeople, Rohan writes about the recent comments in the media on paternity leave, its importance in India and the role of the father in a child's life. http://shethepeople.tv/from-a-father-to-maneka-gandhi-paternity-leave-would-help-further-the-concept-of-marital-equality/     

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The Dad Diaries - A cardboard kitchen for his daughter

Here is our first #DadDiaries feature. K T Thomas is a designer by profession and when large delivery boxes arrived he had the most amazing brain wave. He tells us his inspiration behind him building his daughter the most beautiful kitchenette made out of delivery boxes. We are in absolute awe. "The day my daughter was born, my mother offered to stay the night with my wife and daughter at the hospital, that just didn't seem right. My wife and I were in this together, and so it began–the sleepless nights, smelly diaper changes and helping my wife recover. If I had to do it all over again, I would, and I wouldn't change a thing. I think it was important for me to get...

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