Cyberbullying In India- Is Your Child A Target ?


Welcome to The Mom Views!! If you are new here, please do subscribe to our free newsletter! . Happy Parenting!A few weeks ago, I faced one of the hardest situations a parent can face, because my 5 year old daughter was being bullied at park. At first, it was difficult to accept that bullying could take place in such small kids. Then I could not understand how my universally liked, affable and charming daughter was being bullied by a particular {Read More}

How To Teach Phonics- Top 10 Books For Phonics


It is a proud moment for every parent when their child learns to say the complete alphabet, all 26 letters of it!! And when your child learns to read on her own, the joy is simply unparalleled. But before she achieves that important milestone, she needs to understand the sounds of letters, and how they come together in words. This is where phonics, otherwise known as phonetics, comes in.  Most parents have likely heard of phonics and phonic sounds but {Read More}

How To Limit Your Kids’ Screen Time


How many screens do you have at your home? Between our televisions, iPads, smartphones and laptops we have 8! Of these, my daughter has access to three, a television, my iPad and very rarely my husband’s iPad. As digital parents, we are constantly trying to monitor and limit the usage of screens by our daughter, but a lot of times we fail. I am sure other households will have different numbers of the number of screens and how many of {Read More}

Five Tips To Monitor The Digital Footprint Of Your Kids


This is our second post in our series on Digital Parenting.  When did you start using the internet? If you are in your early 30s like me then probably in the late 90s. So you have been on the world wide web for roughly 15-20 years. So that’s how old your digital footprint is.  A digital footprint is similar to your fingerprint, it is a unique activity trail you leave online. If you have ever used the internet, you have {Read More}

10 Things About Breast Cancer Every Mom Should Know


October is considered Breast Cancer Awareness month, mainly with an aim to increase awareness – among women to get themselves checked, among pharmaceutical companies to invest in drugs for breast cancer and for the government to have more women-friendly policies.  If you think that it’s too much of a fuss being made for a seemingly rare illness, here are some facts. The WHO breast cancer statistics state that there are 4,58,000 deaths from breast cancer and 1.38 million new cases {Read More}

Digital Parenting With eKavach App

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From today, we are starting a 4 post series on Digital Parenting & Internet Safety for kids. Subscribe to our updates to receive the series in your email. Today’s kids are digital kids, they are digital pros and most of them learn to operate a smartphone or a tablet before they can learn the alphabet. Our kids don’t know about life without internet and life without gadgets is something they will never know. However as parents it is our job {Read More}

Diwali Shopping With CherryTin


Diwali is synonymous with goddess of wealth, Lakshmi. We are one of the few countries in the world where money is openly venerated and celebrated. Apart from praying for money and abundance, there is also the practice of exchanging gifts with family and friends. This is a symbol of wishing abundance not just for ourselves but for our loved ones as well. I think in its core essence this is such a beautiful sentiment. However, it is not easy to {Read More}

5 Ways To Save Money On Diwali


 It’s raining sales and discounts everywhere! Every e-commerce site worth its salt is featuring special deals for Diwali and everyone seems to be in a buying frenzy! Although we have been conditioned to exhibit frugality by buying more when prices are low, this actually results in overspending. And no one wants to be left with empty pockets after Diwali!  So, here are 5 ways to not just avoid overspending, but to save money as well, this Diwali.   5 Ways {Read More}