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MUM WITH A PLAN!
You’ve got the buggy and sorted your maternity pay. Now you need to write a mum-to-be plan
Mum, clean up your act!
Your house is full of chemicals. They are everywhere—from the paint on your wall, to the dye used in your carpet (that Junior loves to chew on), to air fresheners, to detergents—and more! Here’s how to keep your home safe
COLOUR ME HAPPY!
Teaching colours to your preschooler can be an activity that is interesting, fun, full of laughs and totally frustrating all at once. M&B shows you how to make it easy-peasy...
When love takes time
A third of mothers have early problems bonding with their babies, as UK M&B reader Cat James, full-time mum to Nathan, can testify...
The Mum Behind The Lens
After five years of snapping happy memories for mums and babies, ace maternity and baby photographer Tarveen Modasia, aka The Looney Lens, gets to walk a mile in her client’s shoes with her baby Angad
Pregnancy Niggles Sorted
M&B’ panellist Sonali Shivlani is an Internationally Certified Pregnancy Consultant and a child nutrition counsellor. She is the executive director of CAPPA India, and also trains aspiring birth professionals to achieve certification in pregnancy, birth and lactation counselling.
Seven Secrets To Savvy Breastfeeding
Knowing these game-changing facts makes all the difference
The Importance Of Routine & Structure For Your Toddler
Everyone, young or old, needs some type of routine to establish a bit of normalcy in their day-to-day life. It’s no different for children. A routine is said to bring some consistency to a child’s life. Read on to know more
20 Ways To Indulge In That Much-Needed ‘Me Time'
While we’re sure you can’t get enough of face time with your bundle of joy, sitting back and relaxing can actually help kick start your battery to enable you to give much more care to your baby, and family. Read on to know more
How To Boost Your Child's Morale
When a child feels valued, there’s a good chance that he’s going to want to be the best version of himself. This is precisely why you should help your child feel encouraged, capable and confident says Richa Shukla, content expert, Sesame Workshop, India
India thought it had the virus beat. The virus had other ideas
Governments around the world keep repeating the same mistakes. In a country of 1.4 billion, the consequences are on a whole new scale
LATIN AMERICA LOOKS TO SPACE, DESPITE LIMITATIONS ON GROUND
Mars missions, astronauts coming and going at the International Space Station, China’s increasingly ambitious space program. Space-related news is flowing, and not just from the world’s richest, biggest nations. Take Latin America.
Reincarnation And Realpolitik
China, India, and the U.S. are vying to influence the selection of the next Dalai Lama
An Exclusive Interview With Nandakumar Narasimhan
The Little Red Train
A Room for Dad
Before Mom passed, I made a promise to her
THE DANGAL IN THE JUNGLE, PART 1
YOU KNOW YOU’RE SOMEBODY WHEN YOU’VE APPEARED ON AN INDIAN DANGAL POSTER — IN OTHER WORDS, IN A WRESTLING ADVERTISEMENT.
WOUNDS AND THE WOMB
JULIE PETERS explores how to heal a relationship with the sacred womb, a place of death, life, and possibilities.
Giant squirrels, giant lessons? Animal chaplain SARAH BOWEN explores what squirrels can show us about mindfulness.
E8 Caste and the Indian Tech Ivies
IIT grads are highly sought after in Silicon Valley. Are they bringing deep-rooted prejudices with them?
I was happily married, happily employed, just plain happy. Until the accident