Vasu Facial Beauty Oil for an Ultimate Flawless Skin

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Hey guys. Welcome back to my Blog. I hope you all are doing good and staying safe.

Well, in todays blog I am going to talk about this amazing product from Vasu HealthCare. The Facial Beauty Oil Age Revitalizing which is enriched with Kumkumadi Tailam and Vasu Aloe Vera Gel.

Firstly, thankyou Vasu HealthCare and Opa Reviews for sending me these products in Bloggers Mail. I was so thrilled to receive these in the mail.

Secondly, Motherhood journey dosent allows you to spend hours together in a parlor nor have a Spa session at home(well, atleast in my case) And for others since the lockdown going out is not an option and so our skin has been missing on that charm.

And this is where these amazing products come in. Firstly, I would like to talk about my favorite product, The Vasu Facial Beauty Oil. As we all know Mother Nature has a lot in store for us. And one among it is its Exotic Herbs. As ageing is something that is a problem for many women but with a good product this process can be delayed.

And Kumkumadi Tailam is one among many Herbs with Ayurvedic recipe which has been a part Indian Traditional Beauty Regime. The Vasu HealthCare, has combined the proper rations of these which are proven clinically and scientifically driven in optimized ratios.

Best part is, it has no

  • No Parabens
  • No Mineral Oil
  • No Formaldehyde and Dyes.
  • No Artificial Fragrance.

By using the Vasu Beauty Oil,

  • Reduces Premature Wrinkles.
  • Nourishes skin and Rejuvenates it.
  • Evens Skin Tone by reducing any age spots.
  • It Boosts Skin Elasticity.
  • Improves the Collagen synthesis.
  • Maintains the youthfull approaches of Skin, naturally.

Best part of this product is, it is not tested on animals. It is a oil, but adsorbs real quick! I felt my skin has become more soft and I have an acne prone skin so this has reduced and leaving my skin even. It is a non sticky and non greasy oil formula.

Usage:

I usually apply this at night before going to bed so that it has time to repair and work on my skin. I take 2-3 drops of the Vasu Facial Beauty Oil over face and neck. I have been using this over a half month now and I could already see the results. Suitable for all skin types but it is always recommended to have a patch test for Sensitive skin.

I would highly recommend this Beauty oil with Kumkumadi Tailam. It is a 25ml product for 550/-.

Hey Momma, Hey Ladies.. fix your beautiful skin with the amazing oil.

And the other product that I received is Vasu AloeVera Gel. Now we all know the amazing benefits of Aloevera for skin, hair and health. Having used the plan AloeVera might not be possible for all. This product comes as a rescue.

  • It has No Parabens.
  • No Glycerin.
  • No Dyes and Fragrance.
  • It Hydrates our skin and Nourishes.
  • It Soothes itchy skin and scalp.
  • Can be used to heal the cracked hands and feet too.

Its an overall product that can be used to head to toe. This is a 120ml product for 180/-

Fix your Hair and Skin issues with these amazing products from Vasu HealthCare.

Stay tune for more such Blogs with some amazing products.

Stay home stay safe!

Love,

Sadvika Kylash.

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Kids, who grow up in India!

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This blog post is for #SpeakEasyChallange2.0 with Ruchi and Dipikia.

My India….!

Well, as momlifeandlifestyle is all about Parenting and Lifestyle, I would like to keep my theme almost same for this blog post as well.

Here in India, we mostly have Joint Families or families that are not living together but have really good relations with the other members of the family. In this blog I would like to discuss few of the points that I love about or Indian culture…

 Kids, who grew up in India:

 Joint Families or Nuclear Families who have good relations with other members of the Family:

  • Grandparents and some Amazing stories: Well, this combination cannot be separated. Grandparents always have stories to tell to grandchildren who enjoy a lot. They can spend like hours together listen to those stories.
  • Sharing would be the Early Life Lesson: As in a Joint Family there would be more that two kids and that make them be aware of sharing things. Right from early childhood sharing is thought and they would love to share it too. And with sharing, I would like to go upon the next point..
  • Share few things with other family members: As kids grow up, there would be few things that cannot be share with parents. Then kids could go to a family member to share or to get help. They would always have/get help.
  • Learn to adjust: As kids being kids! They fight, they play, and they laugh. This quality makes them learn to adjust with other kids. As they would have an idea of what the other wants. Our involvement is not needed. They fight and within a minute or so they get back together and play again. As said, kids being kids, after all. (Something that we, adults have to learn)
  • Double the Happiness:  This is for sure! No matter what the situation is one happy moment would make all the difference. And this type of home environment would make kids to be ‘Happy Kids’. And not just the Happiness but the Sorrows are also divided. The most important lesson for kids.
  • With cousins, Time passes by: This is such a fact! As in a Joint Families kids would have first cousins living in the same house. And they would have the best time. They would play together for quite a sometime. And yes, sometimes fights do happen. But they would play among themselves and as they grow up, kids would have the best company ever! Be it going out, chilling, doing some activity or studying — (just kidding) haha!
  • Trips are crazy: More the people, more the fun! This is true in case of joint family trips! They would be ultimate fun for kids. We adult might be interested in visiting different places but kids would be rather interested in playing. Come on, they are kids and won’t be much interested in places and its history. Yes, unless it’s a play area or a theme park!
  • Kids are never neglected: There might be times where the parent is busy with some work and could not attend kids. Kids would have other family members to go to. This makes them feel not neglected. The best of living in a Joint Family.
  • Celebrations are Fun: Any small good news would be a celebration. Birthdays and Anniversaries would be not less than an event to be celebrated. Celebrations in joint families would be ultimate grand events within family. Kids love celebrations, and so do we!
  • Kitchen is always busy: As there would be many people, the kitchen would be always busy with something or the other. And also as kids grow up they would love to have variety of snacks with their cousins.
  • Amazing Advices: People in a Joint Family would never be short of advices. As every member of the family would try to help each other when the other needs an advice or a suggestion. And kids with these amazing people helping with amazing advices would be helpful for them in long termbe it in taking advices or giving one!
  • Emergency Time: Kids learn from us! Emergencies are the times when we have to be with our family. No matter what time, if there is an emergency, we would have help right away! And is something that kids learn and be aware of the fact that they have to stand up for their cousins or family in general!
  • Team work: Now, this is something that not just the kids but even elders would be grateful for. We would have this amazing work balance among the family members that would reduce the stress of getting work done. The whole family would work as a team during the thick and thin times.
  • Great Support System: As kids always need support or encouragement family is always there! No matter what the situation may be we would have our family members support.

Here in the blog post I am not trying to differentiate between Joint Families V/S Nuclear Families but “Joint Families OR Nuclear Families” who have good relations with other members of the family.

 Purpose of this blog is to convey a little message as how Kids in India would an amazing childhood with family always around. A joint family or a nuclear family, fun times, emergency times or celebration time, they would all be together!

As rightly said,

All for One and One for All. – The Musketeers.

Alexandre Dumas

And that is the end guys. Hope you all like it. Do let me know in the comment section below of what you think.  And do share your opinion on the same!

This Blog post if written for SpekEasyChallange 2.0 hosted by Ruchie and Dipika.

I would like to thank them for the opportunity. With more than 25 amazing bloggers in this challenge, it is very exciting to be a part of it and to read others blogs on the same.

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See you all next time!!

Stay connected.

Love,

Sadvika Kylash

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Kids Tantrums, A No won’t be a Yes if you cry!

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Well, I’m sure that most of the moms agree with this topic. Kids and tantrums go hand in hand. I so want to write on this because I am going through a phase where both my girls follow this! And it’s irritating at times!

We all love cuddling kids, they are little angels. But there is sometimes where these little angles turn into little devils when they throw tantrums. These are kid’s behavior which would affect their mental state and sometimes that mood would continue all day long (sometimes)

Patient Parenting:  

Well, we know, this phase is easier to tell rather than to do! When a kid throws tantrums, just be calm and try to explain why they can’t get what they want. Of course, they won’t listen to you, though. But calmly telling them with a low/normal tone would not make them more irritated.

Stop Yelling Back:

This too comes under Patient Parenting. I would like to stress upon this as I was someone who yelled back at my kids when they threw tantrums. They cry, I yell and it made the situation even worst. Stop yelling or getting into arguments! Kids learn to back answer when ‘we back answer to them when they are in an irritating mood.’ This might sound funny, but it’s a fact!

Ignore:

The only way out! Kids throw tantrums because they want something from you and you have said a no! They cry, try to mess things around the home only to get your attention (you try to stop them and they do even more.) When they realize that this is not working they would divert themselves into something else.

Laugh:

This works for my kids. I try to laugh hard while making some funny faces or voices. And they sometimes give in! Because it’s hard to control laughter while someone else is laughing so hard and eventually end up laughing. A trick that I try to use rarely and so work for me.

Give them time:

Just let them be! When they have a meltdown, let them deal with it alone. But make sure kids won’t hurt themselves, others nor engage in something that hurts him. So that they learn to deal with it and after some time, they regain their self-control.

Have a very soft tone:

Now, this is something that I still need to practice! I try to avoid talking to my daughters while they are in a meltdown phase. But there are few times, where I try to answer them (that I usually end up raising my voice and talking in a way that I did not want to)—they cry a little more because I yelled at them. Try talking to them in a very soft tone. The higher they cry, the lower your voice should be!

Kids cannot state why they have Tantrums:

Children cannot reason their Tantrums! They can hardly understand the consequences of it. So we cannot expect a 3year or a 4year to behave properly nor have a reason for their tantrums!

Check for the Trigger points:

Kid’s Tantrums surface out of nowhere! There is always something that makes them anxious or triggers them and so they let it out in the form of a tantrum or have a meltdown! If we can check and have a talk about it to them, it might work. (For me, its chocolates, Phones, Ice-cream)

Divert:

Kids have a very less concentration span! Make use of it. When you know your kid is about to throw a tantrum because you have said a No to them, make yourself ready to divert. A toy that they love, some artwork that they love to do, in the kitchen where they like to play with spoons and bowls, or just go for a little walk. Anything! That works for you! And Yes, sometimes kids won’t listen WhatSoEver! Keeping it real.

This leads us to the last point,

Don’t Give-In!

Whenever they throw a tantrum, they expect that you surrender, and IF you do things would be difficult in the future. They would know the trick that if they cry, they would get whatever they want! I am sure that most of the parents agree with this!

My kids throw tantrums for Chocolates, Ice cream, and Phones. Sometimes I give them, but it’s just a NO! And when I say no, they start! Yes, it is difficult to handle them while they cry but you know what is best for them and you gotta do even if they cry!

Patient Parenting is something I practice and let me tell you, I sometimes lose my cool (it is fine, we are learning too.) Stop Yelling Back, you yelling back is giving your child an idea to give back answers to you! And this brings us to Ignore when we ignore their tantrums they would know that this trick won’t work they would keep quiet. Laugh, when you start laughing in front of your kid for no reason they would eventually laugh too. If they don’t want to come to you then Give Them Time! The more you talk loud, the more they would disobey so Keep your Tone Low. Because they are kids and Cannot state a reason for their Tantrums. But we should always check for Trigger points that led to the start of this. Kids Divert so easily. So we could be ready with something that might interest them.

Note: All these points’ works for me (Sometimes) they are kids and they want to do what they want to do, anyway! And sometimes they just don’t listen. We cannot expect All Good behavior from them. They would hardly have any idea about it. I am sure that we were as crazy as our kids (fun fact)

Kids are kids! They cry, they throw tantrums, they throw things, they say a no when you tell something, they are naughty, they are mischievous, and they fight with siblings and get along with them in minutes. Every day is a new surprise for us. They learn and we learn. They grow

They Fight, They laugh, They Hug!

Love, 

Sadvika Kylash.

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Happiness, you come to me! I shall wait!

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Firstly I would like to thank Ruchi and Dipika for giving me this opportunity to take part in the #SpeakEasyBloggingChallange. Here is my take on the term Happiness. Hope you all like it. If you do, please Like, Share, and Comment down below.

Coming back to the topic,

The idea of happiness is different for everyone. But here are a few points that I would like to stress upon. Guys, continue reading I am sure you will like it.

Starting with this quote:

“You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.”― Albert Camus

Allow the life to flow: 

As we ‘look’ for happiness we would often get disappointed with the small idea of ‘what happiness is for you then.’ We should let life going in a ‘flow state’ by being busy and occupied with the things/activates that matter.

We often stick to one event that has not worked our way and would lose our concentration as well as interest in performing other important tasks. This would make us less motivated and disappointed. It is to remember that our opinion about ‘Happiness’ changes from time to time!

Hence, instead of searching for happiness like everywhere, let the life flow!

“Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.”― Robert A. Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land

  • Happiness is not always about yourself:

I strongly agree with this quote. Life is not about being selfish or constantly chasing things that you want. But when you pause and think for a while of your family/your partner/children anyone you like, for that matter. You would be willing to do anything for them. (Yes, of course, something which is in your limits)

Let us assume, that you got your dream job away from your hometown (Yes you worked hard and deserve the success) but same time you would be sad for going far from them. And your family would be happy for you have to get what you wanted or worked hard for. This is when you realize that despite your loved one being sad for you going far from them, they are happy for you! “Happiness is not always alone

“Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.― Dalai Lama XIV

  • Don’t limit your idea of happiness over life events:

When you try to overestimate happiness over whatever is happening in your life, leads to disappointment. Sometimes, you often don’t get what we wanted and start rejecting things that have not worked your way. You would put in fewer efforts to understand or like because it was not something that you wanted. But as they say, everything happens for a reason! Yes maybe! You would eventually start adapting, accepting, and liking things or challenges life throws at you!

“Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.”― Abraham Lincoln

  • State of mind that matters:

Nobody’s life is perfect! We all have our shares of ups and downs. And when sometimes things don’t work your way, you would be disappointed. Yes, agreed. But the question is how long are you going to be like that..?!

Life is way beyond that one particular life event that has made you disappointed. This is why a state of mind matters. It is You who would decide whether to be sad and constantly think over what has happened or would you rather let it go and get on with life, doing things that would serve the purpose!

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.― Mahatma Gandhi

  • Having memories that bring you joy:

Memories always bring you joy no matter where you are and what are you up to. People who you like will always bring a smile on your face. Memories are something that would pull you out from any situation that you are in. Memories are the ultimate happiness. Having good memories is the ultimate reaction to how you be with people. When you think good, say good, and do good, people would always be there for you!

“The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.”

Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
  • Happiness is also in achieving small little things:

I, you, everyone! Dream big. Yes, the ultimate goal is to dream big and work towards achieving it. But happiness also includes small little things that we often ignore or don’t appreciate as much as it should be. Those things matter a lot.

Achieving big is something that would take time, need consistency and dedication. But same time, we all must be having small things that we have accomplished in day to day life, which needs to be acknowledged. For instance, let’s say for me, having a blog post published at a said time or number of blog posts that I wanted to publish in a week, having to fit into an old outfit (I’m sure most of you all would agree), doing everything on your to-do list, having your day pass on without your child’s tantrums (which is rare, though) and so on…

Sometimes it is better we shift away from our thoughts about happiness and work on things, people, or relationships that would ultimately bring happiness to you!

So, instead of constantly searching for happiness ‘let the life flow’ and always remember the fact that ‘happiness is not always about you’ don’t make the mistake of ‘limiting your ideas about happiness over life events.’ It is always said that you are what you think and it is ultimately ‘state of mind that matters. Having people around you who you love gets you to ‘having joyful memories that would bring happiness.’ And lastly, happiness is not always about having a big house, cars, or properties but ‘happiness is also in achieving small little things.’

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How to teach a Toddler at home for Online classes?

Hello guys, I hope everyone is doing well during these tough times. As corona is spreading rapidly, most of the parents are not ready to send their children to school, as there is no vaccine yet.

It’s June and it’s about time that the academic years start and so most of the schools are opting for online classes. The whole concept of online classes is completely new to Parents, Teachers, and Children of course.

But the question arises, from which class should these online classes be conducted? Well, most of the parents that I asked said that this would work for children from Grade 3 and above. They say that children from Grade 3rd and above would have a little more concentration about schooling, classwork, and online method. Whereas, Preschoolers, Grades 1 and 2 would have less concentration and would get distracted easily.

I have a Preschooler, Avantika of Upper KG and she has online classes conducted by her school. And she has been doing good. Yes, they would have a little less concentration but the fact that the teacher is teaching and even her friends are also writing and learning, has got her more excited.

Few tips that worked for me:

  • Have the child prepared about the concept of online schooling
  • Make him/her aware of their friends and they would also learn.
  • Make the space clear for the child. (If the child is sitting on a bed for the classes, make the bed and remove blankets, tidy up the room)
  • The room ventilation works for me.
  • Get the books beforehand so it wouldn’t waste the time during class hours.
  • Preschoolers need a parent beside them, be with them! (Parent doing back and forth would make the child distracted and would have more concentration on what you are doing)
  • Be as excited as the teacher while they write or learn. (Preschool teaching is all about actions and cheerful teaching)
  • Remove toys that distract them. (just keep them a little away from the kids)

As they are little, they need more attention from teachers and parents. Teachers and school management are doing their best to get the academic year going on smoothly. Its parent’s responsibility to help teachers to help our children.

Comment and let me know, what is your opinion on this issue. 

I hope the Corona won’t let the little learners stop!

Until then, see you next time!

Sadvika

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A Journey that makes You Happy.

This phase is different for everyone. Being Happy is the only way out for us to live the moment and to go with the flow. As my previous blog post was about “Happiness” which was for a Blogging Challenge.

  • In which I discussed,
  • Go with the Flow
  • Happiness is not always about you.
  • Don’t limit your idea about happiness over life events.
  • State of mind that matters.
  • Happiness is also in achieving small things.

You can read the full article about “Happiness, you come to me… I shall wait”

Well, in this blog post I would like to give my take on “A journey that makes you happy”

I, a Mother, like most of you all out there have our shares of responsibilities and on a journey to fulfill family’s needs we often tend to forget what we want.

I am not saying that this is a bad thing or something that we need to change. No!! Family needs us more. But at the same time, this Motherhood journey is also about doing something that makes you happy too.

Hey Mom, don’t be so busy that you lose yourself in it!Tweet

Motherhood is Tough or I would rather say, Parenthood is tough for that matter. Both the parents have their shares of responsibilities. And most of the mothers would give up her dreams, ambitions, and goals just to be with the baby. I wouldn’t term this as a good thing or a bad thing. It is just acting according to your family situations.

Here I would like to share my own experience on how blogging became my sole goal to achieve. I am a busy momma of a toddler and a preschooler. And they kept me busy for almost 4 and a half years. But one day it all started with a SpeakEasyBloggingChallange that I have taken part in and wrote about Happiness… You come to me, I shall wait.

I just loved the response that I got for it and then I started taking up seriously. It was like a little push up for me. And then to top it off, I got featured in Feedspot website, as Top 100 Mom Lifestyle Blogs and Websites for Moms to follow in 2020. My blog post about Happiness was Ranked 32,

This has a team of 25 expert bloggers to check and discover popular blogs, videos, or podcasts in various niches. There are various reasons that the ranking is based upon. I am so great full and happy that this has happened.

The only purpose for this blog post is to convey a little message to fellow moms with a bit of personal experience is,

  1. It is OK to take time off when you have kids.
  2. It is OK to go to work after you have kids.
  3. It is OK to have goals.
  4. It is OK to dream and be ambitious.
  5. It is OK to be home after kids.
  6. It is OK not to be home after kids.

What so ever it may be, it is just You, Your Family, and Kids that would matter. Give yourself time and for things to settle down. And you could choose something that would make you happy. This is my Journey that makes me Happy.Sadvika Kylash

Hope this little write up gave you that little push if you needed it. Be the important person in your journey that makes you Happy!

See you next time.

Love,

Sadvika Kylash.

Momlifeandlifestyle.

A Journey that makes You Happy.

This phase is different for everyone. Being Happy is the only way out for us to live the moment and to go with the flow. As my previous blog post was about “Happiness” which was for a Blogging Challenge.

  • In which I discussed,
  • Go with the Flow
  • Happiness is not always about you.
  • Don’t limit your idea about happiness over life events.
  • State of mind that matters.
  • Happiness is also in achieving small things.

You can read the full article about “Happiness, you come to me… I shall wait”

Well, in this blog post I would like to give my take on “A journey that makes you happy”

I, a Mother, like most of you all out there have our shares of responsibilities and on a journey to fulfill family’s needs we often tend to forget what we want.

I am not saying that this is a bad thing or something that we need to change. No!! Family needs us more. But at the same time, this Motherhood journey is also about doing something that makes you happy too.

Hey Mom, don’t be so busy that you lose yourself in it!

Motherhood is Tough or I would rather say, Parenthood is tough for that matter. Both the parents have their shares of responsibilities. And most of the mothers would give up her dreams, ambitions, and goals just to be with the baby. I wouldn’t term this as a good thing or a bad thing. It is just acting according to your family situations.

Here I would like to share my own experience on how blogging became my sole goal to achieve. I am a busy momma of a toddler and a preschooler. And they kept me busy for almost 4 and a half years. But one day it all started with a SpeakEasyBloggingChallange that I have taken part in and wrote about Happiness… You come to me, I shall wait.

I just loved the response that I got for it and then I started taking up seriously. It was like a little push up for me. And then to top it off, I got featured in Feedspot website, as Top 100 Mom Lifestyle Blogs and Websites for Moms to follow in 2020. My blog post about Happiness was Ranked 32,

This has a team of 25 expert bloggers to check and discover popular blogs, videos, or podcasts in various niches. There are various reasons that the ranking is based upon. I am so great full and happy that this has happened.

The only purpose for this blog post is to convey a little message to fellow moms with a bit of personal experience is,

  1. It is OK to take time off when you have kids.
  2. It is OK to go to work after you have kids.
  3. It is OK to have goals.
  4. It is OK to dream and be ambitious.
  5. It is OK to be home after kids.
  6. It is OK not to be home after kids.

What so ever it may be, it is just You, Your Family, and Kids that would matter. Give yourself time and for things to settle down. And you could choose something that would make you happy. This is my Journey that makes me Happy.

Sadvika Kylash

Hope this little write up gave you that little push if you needed it. Be the important person in your journey that makes you Happy!

See you next time.

Love,

Sadvika Kylash.

Momlifeandlifestyle.

Do you think you are somewhere behind in Parenting?

If you could answer yourself a yes to the above-mentioned question, then this post is for you!

You are doing good mama..! You are good with what you are doing. Motherhood is a sweet journey with many wonderful memories with the little once. I’m sure we would have had some unforgettable memories with them.

Even before we realize that they are our tiny tots they would be growing up too fast than expected. They wanted to do a few things by themselves. Yes, this would be time-consuming and a mess to clean later for mothers. But as they say, we learn from our mistakes and so do they!

Below are a few things that my girls love to do by themselves.

Eating by themselves:

Kids, yes they are a little hard to understand sometimes. While they think they can eat by themselves, they create a mess. This is a little hard to clean up. But this is how they learn! Just let them sit on a chair on the dining table and give them what they like the most. Be it an Icecream or just a fruit. I fell this would be the easiest way to start Self Eating. Giving them little amount at a time would make it more convenient for them to finish. And the happiness that they finished is high and they get super excited.

House chores:

It is OK if we could give kids their list of to-do lists would help them to be more accountable for what needs to be done by them. We often do things by ourselves which can be done by them, just because it would take more time if we tell them to do. It’s ok let it take time. Few chores like, putting away the toys when they finish playing. Or putting away toys at the end of the day works for me.

Letting them do the house chores like

  • Asking them to help me while I put away the clean dishes.
  • Asking them to collect the empty water bottles, summertime!!
  • Asking them to put away pillows on to the couch, if any.
  • Telling them to help themselves for water.
  • Asking them to make their bed. Or try folding their blanket.

We can always allot works to kids according to their age.

Laundry:

Laundry is something that just tends to pile up for some reason. We all would have tons of laundry to do. And this is where the little helpers come to the rescue! Let us go by the series,

  • Ask them to load the washing machine. (Parents guidance needed)
  • While you put the detergent ask them to press the Start button
  • Call them when it is done and unload the machine.
  • Ask them to hand over the clothes to you while you hand them to dry.
  • Call upon the little helpers to help yo u fold the laundry.

Pro tip: giving them their clothes would keep them engaged a little longer and they would want to get the folding perfect.

Cooking:

Kids, sometimes give a very hard time for parents when it comes to trying on some new food. Try to include them in the making. I know this can be challenging. But when you prepare the food with them, they would be a little more interested in trying it out.

Disclaimer: Trying to convince kids to eat is a challenge anyway! Haha

 These are the few that worked for me and I wish this would have helped you as well.

Take care until next time,

Sadvika.

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Proven Ways to Engage Kids in Activities.

During this lockdown period, stopping kids from going out to play areas is a task for me and I’m sure it is for most of the mothers out their. And we are worried about the increasing amount of time spent on smart gadgets during these times.

Well, kids now-a-days spending most of the time on phones which is increasing concerns for the family. I’ve put together some of the amazing DIY activities for kids that happened to be a hit for me. Read further to know more!!

These are the few activities that helped my kid stay away(a little) from the phones and TVs.


Shapes on floor
I just drew some shapes on floor with a chalk and as I was calling out the shapes, I asked my kid to jump onto that shape. She loved it! Well, kids love to jump, don’t they?

Coloring
I drew/traced my kids palm on a paper and drew a peacock from it. She loved coloring it. I similarly drew few more shapes. As she was very much into coloring, I cut out whatever she colored and stick it onto her cupboard.
This made her even more interested in coloring.

Playing with plastic cups
This is my favorite, as it included a lot of physical activity for both me and my kid. I found this amazing activity from Neha, beyondherplatter an amazing mom blogger on Instagram. Do check out her video on the same.


Building blocks
Well, building blocks and Lego’s are in every home and every kids favorite. Both my kids love to play with them for like an hour together.
And so I have come up with color coded/separation task for my younger one. I call out the color and she collects all the same colors and put them a-side. The same with blocks, I call out the color and shape she does accordingly.


Stairs and Number Count
All the kids love to play on stairs. Yes, there is a risk though. But when we are around and its not jumping on the stairs, its ok!
Well, my kids should call out the number and the number name. Like Say 1 one, 2 two and so on.


Kids exercise
My girls get very excited with this activity. They are all pumped up and all set to do some small exercise with me as I make them do. They follow the correct way to do so for sometimes. And then after they do what they like.


Dance
I just put some good pump up music/song and let them enjoy. I sometimes dance along with them showing them some dance moves.
Its always super fun to dance with your kids.

Apart from these few activities, taking them to a park, for a walk or just a cycling round. Taking them to a nearby play areas which would help them to socialize with other kids, play along with them.

I would like to tell that every kid is different. Few things might work for my kids while the same might not work for yours. Enjoy the uniqueness of kids childhood and let them make the mess.

Good luck,
Momlifeandlifestyle

Review of The Luxuzra Sciences Onion Oil.

Hey guys. Hello and welcome to my @momlifeandlifestyle
Here is the Monday review on “The Luxuzra Sciences Organic Onion Oil”

I’ve been using this oil for almost a month now. I can find tremendous change in my hair structure. Before my hair was very dry and damaged with lot of hair fall issues post pregnancy. Guys, I tell you these post pregnancy hair falls are serious.

I thank Style Crazy for sending me such an amazing box specially curated for me and sending me products to target my problematic issues. This particular oil, I was very excited to use. I took my time to review this as I was curious.

And here I am to give you my honest opinion about The Luxuzra Organic Onion Oil. Usually the onion oil promotes hair growth and stops hair fall. But after using this I also found my dandruff problem to reduce. This amazing oil has a blend of 14 natural essential oils which is even more exciting.

Onion oil, Argan oil, Hibiscus oil, Bhringraj oil, Sesame oil, Jojoba oil, Olive oil, Sweet Almond oil, Coconut oil, Castor oil, Amla, Neem oil, Tea Tree oil ana Cedarwood oil.

I am in love with this amazing product. Highly recommend this for dry and damaged hair.
What are you waiting for, let’s get the hair game on!!

See ya next time!

Luxuzra Sciences Organic Onion Oil