Easter is coming! You can really tell it’s almost here—spring’s in full bloom, Easter bunnies and toys on store racks, and Easter eggs in the neighborhood bakery. With just a few days left, it’s time to start thinking about things to do around Easter day. But, before you start stressing out about having the perfect… Continue reading 4 Easy Easter Food Ideas|Recipes for Kids
The New born stage - The only thing I distinctly remember of how I felt during that time was the constant crying. The crying had worn me down to the point where I felt like joining in. Yep, mine wasn’t too much of a heavy sleeper, so every time he cried, we tried second guessing… Continue reading 7 Ways to Handle a Colicky Baby
How is it possible to feel warm and fuzzy about glass? Okay, maybe “love” is a bit too strong of a term to use, but I really, really like it and think you’ll find it pretty useful too. Know what #glassware #lunchboxes are especially great for?
Ever since motherhood happened, I've had a stock of hygiene products that I didn't necessarily need before that. (Bottomline: Do your kegels! :D) Here's my revieww of Bella India
Happy 2019! Surprisingly, no resolutions yet on the personal front, but boy do I really want to dedicate more time to The Grace Log. 😀 I want to share a detailed review of the water wipes I’ve been using for Zoe, that’s recently launched a NEW variant: the 99% water wipes. Before I post this… Continue reading Mother Sparsh 99% Water Wipes [Review]
Come Christmas month, I plan to do a zillion things in the spirit of the season and then fail. But this time I got around to actually making a cake. I wasn't really in the mood to do a lot of kitchen work and this is the outcome of that feeling - An easy no… Continue reading Christmas Dessert – No-bake Biscuit Cake & Reindeer Cookies
I've found that having a weekly menu set, saves me a ton of time, which can be used in doing other stuff and hence this is my Sunday evening ritual, just after we finish our grocery shipping. I start out by making combinations for the adult lunches and then work around breakfast and dinner based on that. Adult meal planning is quite easy if you ask me. Add a vegetable curry, gravy, rice(on most days) + protein and that's it. Breakfast is a different cereal - If it's rice for lunch then its millets/ wheat for the other two. Salads for adults end up in 'the kid's snack box, and so everything kitchen related is planned in advance.