- 1 1. MY LITTLE MOPPET
- 2 2. KIDS PLAY BOX
- 3 3. KIDS STOP PRESS
- 4 4. MASALA CHICA
- 5 5. INDIAN MOMS CONNECT
- 6 6. INDIAN AMERICAN MOM
- 7 7. DIARY OF A DOTING MOM
- 8 8. THE MOM VIEWS
- 9 9. THE CHAMPA TREE
- 10 10. YASHODHARA LAL
- 11 11. PARENTOUS
- 12 12. MUMSPHERE
- 13 13. ARTSY CRAFTSY MOM
- 14 14. WHOLESOME MAMMA
- 15 15. MUTTER-N-TOCHTER
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It is the one stop Blog of Parenting and covers a range of topics and is run by Dr. Hemapriya who is very active on Twitter. She tweets for adoption procedure, dislikes of his son, recipes and how to be a smarter emoticon user etc. She actively talks about latest govt. Rules and regulations, eye care, herself and many other interesting stories on her Facebook page.
In this blog, different games and activities are suggested for kids. The twitter handle for the blog is ‘blog me mom’ and promotes the blog content to loyal readers. Besides that, there are tweets on a range of other topics such as sensory, and brain activities. The blog is also active on Facebook by the name of ‘blog me mom’. The Facebook posts talk about engaging activities for children and about TV shows.
Mansi Zaveri covers novel engaging activities for children on her blog. She has also listed a number of decor ideas, food and couture as per children’s needs. She is fairly active on Twitter and regularly tweets on the topics covered in her blog. In her Facebook page, she shares photographs and views on the topics covered in her blog.
4. MASALA CHICA
In this blog, Kiran has written about her journey of constant improvement and tips on how she has been able to get rid of bad habits. She is fairly active on Twitter through her twitter handle by the name of ‘kferrandino’. She generally tweets about cooking, and her children’s activities. On her Facebook page, she regularly shares her children’s photographs and posts about the topics she firmly believes in.
This blog provides inputs on children’s education and tries to inculcate reading habits in children of all age groups by providing different book reviews. The blog is also fairly active on Twitter handle with regular tweets on books covered in the blog and invites people to chat about women empowerment and performance. On Facebook page, they share books reviews with images and invite user queries.
Roshni talks about harassment of the weaker by the stronger in this blog and writes about the basic causes of bullying. She is also fairly active on Twitter and regularly tweets about causes and ways to handle bullying. On Facebook, she shares beautiful videos, recipes, children’s feeling, different games to be played, advice to the parents to check sexual harassment and a whole range of other topics.
This blog is maintained by Shailaja who is a stay at home mother and shares her experiences and parenting tips through this medium. She covers a range of topics expanding on the learning from her own experiences and majority of the blog posts are pretty useful and engaging. She is fairly active on Twitter as well as Facebook. She regularly tweets useful tips and tricks for parents.
Swapna maintains this awesome parenting blog touching upon a range of topics such as exciting indoor activities for kids and moms, tips on resuming work after pregnancy and decorating home. She is also fairly active on Twitter and promotes her blog activities through the handle. On her Facebook page, she invites people to join her, shares methods to make science enjoyable and shares advantages of co-parenting. She tries to check the bad habit of saying ‘no’ to children by parents.
Vaishali is a stay at home mother who loves to write and cook. She writes on a range of topics including ways to relax and craft ideas for kids. She tweets about amazing facts about babies, best toys for the development of the brain and father quotes for the loveliest papa. On her Facebook page, she shares the topics covered in her blog.
10. YASHODHARA LAL
Yashodhara is a mother of three, Marketing Professional, Zumba-fitness instructor and Author of ‘Just Married, Please Excuse’ (2012) and ‘Sorting Out Sid’ (2014) with a third book ‘There’s Something About You’ to be published in July 2015. She writes on a diverse range of topics including her views on valentine day, women’s day as well as discussed chapters from her book. On her Facebook page, she has shared rituals to be happy, invitation for interested people to join her dance cum fitness class, conversation with kids, her book, and her experiences of visiting the doctor with kids.
This blog covers wonderful and useful articles on values and education, grandparents, parenting, pregnancy and child birth, health and nutrition, memories and special bonds, adolescence, new parents, psychological and social issues, siblings etc. The team is also fairly active on Twitter and regularly tweets about adventure, shopping, favourite rhymes for kids etc. On their Facebook page, they have shared posts on the topics covered in their blog such as interesting tips for safe and enjoyable travel with kids.
This blog is maintained by Vandana who covers a wide range of topics including her appearance in print media, travel check list within India or outside with kids, and product reviews. Her Facebook page promotes her blog topics including importance of daddies’ video, celebration ideas, useful parenting ideas, different craft ideas, different exciting contests and games, and information regarding events happening at different places.
Shruti Bhatt writes about art and craft in this blog which is good enough to ignite creativity of every woman reader. In addition, she also covers book reviews, travel tales and kids friendly recipes. On her Facbook page, she has shared vegetable prints, musical instruments, ways to indulge kids in chores, kid made robots, bug headbands, and Easter dinner table decoration.
14. WHOLESOME MAMMA
Aloka writes about weaning, medication, cloth diapers basics, tips to feed your child healthy, and problem of child abuse at home. She also regularly tweets on news, release of new albums, film actresses, and gynae on the move. On her Facebook page, she has shared posts about weaning, development of child’s brain, medication and mother’s health.
Charu Amar writes about a diverse range of topics including celebrity interviews (such as Kajol), home decor ideas, parenting tips as well as news and reviews. She is also fairly active on Twitter and Facebook and regularly shares stuff from her blog on Social Media.
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