We always want children to conform to our schedules, our times, our routines and our demands completely. We need to separate them from our self and regard them as their own little individuals with their own needs. This in no way means that we should allow inappropriate behavior or shouldn’t set any limits. We need to have patience and faith that age appropriate behavior will come with time and maturity.
I have been seriously thinking about homeschooling Munna. But since schooling begins from home anyways, I decided to make some light teaching aids and get in the groove of the things till the time arrives. I have had the idea of making these big interactive charts for some time now. They were really easy to… Continue reading Toddler/Preschooler activity charts
When our Munna was born, I remember peering into his eyes and falling in love right away. It was a feeling like no other I had felt before. I remember hearing him cry for the first time. It was a tiny squeak and then all quiet. I remember thinking to myself “what an angel”. But… Continue reading Oh My! We have a high needs baby!!
I am Aleeza, an aspiring dentist with lofty ambitions till we had our munna (baby), who is just not any baby but a very high needs one. This blog is going to be all about my struggles and feats in living with our high spirited munna, how he has changed us for the better and… Continue reading Our munna (baby) & the birth of this blog