March, 2009

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The Big Debate – Cosleeping

I am debating whether to cosleep with the little one. In Calcutta, India, where I grew up, cosleeping is the norm. I remember sleeping in my parents bed for a long time. Sometime around I guess 8 or 9 I started asking... (Continue reading)

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Vegetable Frittata With Cheese

 Another nutritious and healthy recipe for the kids!    Ingredients          8 slightly beaten eggs              1  tablespoon snipped fresh basil or 1 teaspoon dried basil, crushed            2  tablespoons olive oil               1  cup frozen whole kernel corn or cut... (Continue reading)

Breakfast Burrito Wraps

Hello, tonight is the last  to post the event of kids healthy breakfast, so I wanted to share such a delicious burrito that kids and their parents everyone will like it!! Ingredients   4  eggs 1/4  cup milk 1/4  teaspoon... (Continue reading)

French Toast


The wonderful event “Kids and Healthy Breakfast” is almost coming to an end. I am contributing yet another recipe (French Toast) for the event. French toast is a popular & nutritious breakfast food made with bread & eggs and often with... (Continue reading)

Diet Plan Of A Gestational Diabetes Patient

In diabetes, your body does not make enough insulin or the insulin it makes does not work right. This causes your blood sugar levels to be too high. This can be harmful to you and your unborn child. Controlling your... (Continue reading)

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes is a rare form of Diabetes that affects a small percentage of pregnant women. This can be a frightening experience for a mother-to-be when she first learns of her condition. The expectant mother’s level of physical awareness is... (Continue reading)

Trip to Nainital


  Hi Bloggermoms! Back home after a welcome break to Nainital, a hill resort in northern India, situated in the Uttarakhand State and headquarters of Nainital district in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas. Nainital is known as the Lake District of... (Continue reading)

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Importance of Vitamins

Hello, Back again with an important information of Vitamins in our day to day life. Here are some basic things to know : Vitamins are organic food substances found only in living things, i.e. plants and animals. They are essential... (Continue reading)

Opportunity Lost – My great American dream

I was quite surprised to hear that the great American dream meant a house, dog, car formula. Or becoming an enterpreneur and cashing in your idea for millions. To me, the great American dream is all about suing for a... (Continue reading)

Five reasons why the gloomy economy is good time to be on H4

I know what you are thinking – she was in hibernation all these months and has gone nuts. With all the tension around H1b hiring and job losses, how can she even say this… But if you are looking for jobs... (Continue reading)

Cherries for Dhoni

This incident happened some time back, actually last summer, but somehow never posted this on Bloggermoms.  Born and brought up in a cricket frenzy nation, it is not surprising that we as a family are cricket enthusiasts. Off late my... (Continue reading)

A professional rollercoaster

The babe had always been non commital about his profession of choice. It probably came from having parents sit and type at computers when we are ‘working’ – For long he believed he also ‘works’ at the computer when I showed him youtube... (Continue reading)

Parent Over Shoulder – and other tips for keeping kids safe on the web

Did you hear the recent news aboutr Myspace and Facebook finding thousands of registered sex offenders from North Carolina alone active on their sites? Here are some tips we learnt from my kids elementary school. 1. Keep the computer in... (Continue reading)

Gulabjamun (Pantua)

Dolpurnima  is today, Welcome Holi! In our childhood we used to eat Pantua or Gulapjamun during this festival. This is a recipe which I make this sweet, I learnt from my Grandma. Ingredients 1 cup Bisquick 2 cup Carnation Powder 2... (Continue reading)

Healthy breakfast option for Kids

Sooji Chillah This breakfast is simple. It is very similar to what Malini had posted some time back. This however is with Semolina (Sooji). It is quick to make, easy to have, even on the go, and easy on the stomach.... (Continue reading)



Tomorrow is Holi, the festival of colours. It is a popular Hindu festival celebrated mainly in India and also globally. Holi is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun (Phalgun Purnima), which usually falls in the later... (Continue reading)

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Breakfasts at breakneck speeds – No morning prep breakfast ideas


The power went off in the middle of the night and your alarm did not ring. The kids were too tired and couldnt get up on time. Some one spit up on someone esle and some had to change their... (Continue reading)

International Women’s Day


Hey Bloggermoms! Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). IWD is calebrated on March 8 every year and also marked as a day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women. This day can also be stated as a day to... (Continue reading)

Woman in Question – Linda – Perspectives on art and children


Name: Linda Travers Occupation: Art teacher and Enterpreneur, Director, Abrakadoodle Art Programs for Children, Northwest Atlanta Education: PHD in Education Born and Brought up: Wilmington, Delaware. I grew up in Maryland, Virginia, and Florida Places Lived In: Maryland, Virginia, Indiana,... (Continue reading)

Mini Moghlai

The recipe I want to share with you today, is a healthy breakfast as well as a tasty snack!This takes very little time and everyone loves to eat this . Ingredients all purpose flour( moida) 1 cup milk : 1... (Continue reading)

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