Our son is 4 years old and our daughter recently turned 6 months. And believe it or not we still have not printed any photos of them. Don’t believe it?? even I can’t believe how come we have not yet printed any photos of them. Blame it on technology or on our laziness or on our hectic lifestyle. There are thousands of photos in our mobile phones and computers but not a printed one.The only printed one our son has is with his school friends clicked at school itself.
Gone are the days when having a camera was a luxury and clicking photo was not an everyday affair. We had to plan in advance like from buying a film, deciding the occasion, at which moment to take pictures and counting the numbers of pictures clicked. And one has to be very careful while taking pictures as one spoiled picture means less numbers of pictures and money wasted. And not to mention how eagerly we would wait for days to see those pictures and I am sure each picture had a story to tell.
With photographs we not only create memories but we also cherish those beautiful moments spent.
While I was deciding to print my children`s photo now, I came across Zoomin app for printing photos. They have a wide variety of products available for self, gifting and home decor. The app is very convenient to place the order and they have awesome layouts for all themes with cool editing options.
I have decided to make a photo-book of our children where, each moment captured will have a story to tell.
A picture tells a thousand words, and with a photo-book you can tell an incredible story. You can give as a gift, treat yourself, or both. The choice is yours.
A photobook from Zoomin is available in Softcover and Hardcover, variants starting with 20 or 32 pages and one can add more photos while customizing. One can choose between Premium Matte or Premium Non-tearable Glossy. One can also customize it using layouts, text and cover options.They are professionally bound with high quality pages. Do try out their app to give a style statement to your photos.
App can be downloaded from Google.
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With the arrival of the monsoon bringing relief to our body and mind, rains at the same time bring uninvited guests in the form of disease-spreading germs and mosquitoes. There are a few things a child, a new mother, and expected mothers should keep in mind to stay safe and healthy. Here are some Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New Moms:
Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New Moms:
1)Keep your hands clean: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New Moms
It is very important, especially for young children to wash their hands and feet thoroughly after they come back home from outside. They keep roaming around, play messy games, and through hands germs find their entry into kids’ bodies. New moms keep your hands clean before engaging with your newborn. Always carry hand sanitizer while stepping out of the house. You can also opt for Travel Handsoap sheets. They are very useful as they are very easy to carry and don’t leave any residue after use. All you need is some water. Check Reflekt and use my code GB15 to get 15 % off.
2)Eat seasonal and fresh fruits and vegetables: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New and Expected Moms
Have fresh fruits like Jamun, mangoes, litchi, pears, plums, and freshly prepared vegetables. Vegetables like bitter gourd and bitter herbs like neem, turmeric powder, and methi seeds help in preventing infections.
Remember to soak fruits and vegetables in salt/vinegar water for some time to get rid of harmful chemicals and worms.
Especially new and expected moms need to avoid:
Cut Fruits as flies are carriers of many diseases
Eating raw leafy vegetables
Keep dry fruits like almonds, cashew, walnuts, pista with you when going out. They come in very handy. You can pack them in small containers or wax food wrap instead of aluminium foil. I bought these wax wood wraps from Amazon.
3)Drink homemade soup, juice, and coconut water:
Like avoiding outside food during this rainy season, it is also better to avoid drinks from roadside stalls. Instead, make juices at home and drink them immediately.
Coconut water which is easily available is not only refreshing but also includes minerals like potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, fiber, carbs, protein, sodium, calcium. Expected moms should include coconut water in their diet.
A bowl of a piping hot soup made at home from mushrooms, dark & leafy vegetables, meat will boost your immunity. And adding spices like cloves, pepper, cardamom, ginger, garlic will add a fresh flavor to your soup and aid digestion. I always carry my travel cutlery pouch to avoid those plastic straws. (Travel cutlery pouch bought from @iktaraeco_zerowasteindia). You can buy straw here stainless straw and cutlery pouch.
4)Keep your child clean and dry: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New and Expected Moms
Humidity in the air during monsoon makes clothes difficult to dry quickly. It is preferable to use warm iron over these clothes before storing them, to remove moisture. Extra sets of clothes, nappies, and diapers should be kept ready, specifically for babies. Keep checking for any kind of fungal infection underarms, neck, waist, toes, and diaper area.
5)Change diapers/nappies frequently or go diaper-free: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New and Expected Moms
Change diapers and nappies frequently during the rainy season, as little ones pee more during rains. A wet nappy or diaper could give your child a cold, diaper rash and provide a breeding place for bacteria. During the rainy season, you will need to build a huge stash as it takes more time for cloth diapers to dry. Also, let your child go nappy/diaper-free for some time. Check some cloth diapers here.
6)Keep mosquitoes away: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and New and Expected Moms
Dress your kids in long pants and a full-sleeved top to prevent mosquito bites. Keep your baby`s bed /cot/pram covered with a mosquito net when they are sleeping. Use mosquito repellent made especially for babies and toddlers while going out.
8)Keep child and expected mothers away from sick people
Keep children away from sick people as their immune system is still developing.
9)Invest in good rain gear and wear appropriate clothes: Monsoon Care Tips For Children and new Moms
Invest in good quality rain gear and wear appropriate clothes. Invest in a good quality raincoat and umbrella, bigger in size that will last 2-3 years, rather than buying that cheap one which can be used only twice or thrice in a year.
With changes in temperature and humidity, let your child wear comfortable clothes. Take an extra set of clothes if going for outings. Firstcry has some wonderful collections of raincoats and umbrellas. To buy click here:https://clnk.in/jfBn