Amrita Kapadia, India

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Can anyone please help me with a review on Indokids (playgroup) in Chikuwadi-Borivali? TIA!
I have heard this from one of my friends, that they have very good concept, new ways of teaching updated curriculum and activities.....have a new way of teaching...... Having speak book like technolo
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Can i consume ketchup during pregnancy?
Yes i loved ketchup while i was pregnant. Do eat in moderation!
If plastic is bad for health, doesn't a plastic pacifier bad then?
For pacifiers, there are only either latex or silicone nipples. You have a choice between latex and silicone nipples. Silicone is sturdier, clean easier, and don't retain odours. Latex nipples are mor
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I want recipes to treat my child's common cold and cough.
Salt gargling: A glass of hot water with a teaspoon of salt can be useful to ease a sore throat. Ask your kid to gargle with salt water twice a day. The saline water helps soothe the pain. 7. Turmeri
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Can I give processed cheese to my 18 month kid?
all types of cheese you find these days is processed, so yes, i dont think there should be any problem in giving it to your 18 month old. just ensure you don't give too much. stick to giving one ch
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I need suggestions for play schools in and around borivali- malad for my 18 month kid. TIA!
Wow, thank you. Do you know the rates for Munchkins and toddlers?
Mummies, please suggest which brand should I go for. Johnson, Himalaya, mee mee or Sebamed for my child?
I love the Himalaya products, and of late, there is another brand that I am really enjoying for my kids and myself too - MamaEarth. In fact, you can check out an honest review of the brand here..
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How do I politely refuse my relatives to feed my child certain food items I feel is not good for him?
This is a big issue most mothers have. Well you can keep some excuses handy since the same wont work all the time. Start with a positive sentence saying this must be very yummy or kids enjoy this a lo
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What is the best solution to pacify my crying (howling) baby. It's more of being stubborn than being uneasy, because as soon as I follow what he wants, in a sec he is quiet!
this is your baby's way of getting his way, and now he knows that it works! ;) babies are smart and know how to get their work done, but it may not always be the best way. if your baby is crying wi
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Share your favourite aloo ki subzi recipe!
i will share 2 actually :) 1. aloo tamatar - a north indian super easy to make and delicious preparation. in the pressure cooker, heat ghee or oil, add a bit of jeera, heeng and garlic. once they t
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