Fun Tips & Home Hacks

Being a mom to a toddler means having to get creative sometimes. Here’s where we’ll cover topics like the best birthday party spots, fun arts and crafts projects, games & toys and even tips on how to childproof your home.

10 tips to set a sleeping routine for your toddler

Let’s face it: some of you would say that it’s too early for a one year old to get into the habit of regular sleeping patterns and some of you would fear it might be too late any time after. Read More

Posted on October 03, 2017
by Maria Baghdoyan, Nestle Nutritionist

The First Birthday Party is for You

Your baby’s first birthday is one of the most special birthdays you’ll ever celebrate. It marks the end of the most venerable period in a body’s existence and critical development and it signifies the end of the most exhausting and anxious period of adjustment. Read More

Posted on June 26, 2016
by Heidi Raeside,

Convenient Parenting Theories 101

You pick and choose your parenting ethos. Depending on how new to it you are, what your parents did, economic situation or cultural persuasions, you gather and filter the rules you raise your offspring by. And like your situation, these rules can change.

After a nervous early period, grafting over Gina Ford's rigid routines or Annabelle Karmel's weaning recipes, I’m nowadays pretty laid-back about most of our regimes. My husband and I pick and choose philosophies convenient to our lifestyle and family objectives.Read More

Posted on January 25, 2016
by Heidi Raeside,

The Journey of Happiness with Jumana

The joy that motherhood has brought to my life knows no bounds. I had no idea what to expect when my daughter Ayla was born, on a beautiful summer’s day in Montreal, Canada. I had been dreaming of having a child for years by then – it felt like motherhood was the only thing missing from my life. I was married to my best friend, my husband Suhail whom I have loved as a young teenager and whom I am lucky to get to walk hand in hand through life with. Read More

Posted on November 10, 2015
by Jumana Al Darwish, The Happy Box