© ‘She Narrates’ is a space where ‘Pallavi Prakash Kumar‘ scripts life lessons borne out of her experiences and experiments as a woman, professional and parent. ‘She Narrates’ also offers writers and authors a platform to contribute their write-ups on parenting and life skills.
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December is here, the month when we prefer to slow down, snuggle up and surprise our loved ones with gifts or games. Oh when talking about gifts it reminded me to share with you what are some of the Santa gifts that you can plan for your kids if they are between age group 4 … Continue reading 10 best Santa gift ideas for kids between 4 years to 6 years of age
In the A-Z of life, it’s the little things that matter! That’s what Pratham’s gratitude list reminded me of! The list is evolving ever since we started practicing Gratitude this way, here’s one such list: This list would be an ever-evolving one. Some days we are only at A, B, C, D, E, the kids’ … Continue reading A – Z Gratitude List
It’s the little things that matter! “The more grateful you are, the more things and reasons you get to be grateful for”- Louise Hay Since Thanksgiving is around the corner, I decided to come up with this interesting yet meaningful activity for Pratham, my four-year-young child. The spirit of thanksgiving is all about celebrating gratitude … Continue reading A – Z Gratitude Game
Let their spirit be free! We have all been there! That wait for the school bell to indicate the start of the games’ hour, completing the homework quickly so that we could rush out to play with friends in the evening, and asking our parents for ‘5 more minutes’ and that would never be it! … Continue reading Free Playtime for Children
I choose pen and paper to express my feelings and to bring a balance to my Oxycontin levels. I also choose to write when I prefer explaining in writing over verbalizing, resonating with Nicole Krauss’s reasons for writing. There is some part of me which just cannot “file OR forget”, same as Ralph Ellison’s purpose for writing.
This book, ‘Pratham, Mum and The City‘ by Pallavi Prakash Kumar is exactly the same, a ‘Children’s Place’, and can be your child’s fun, comforting, and engaging read, something they’ll surely be able to connect with! Join Pratham and his Mum on their ride across the city!