Aradhana is a writer from India. She covers topics concerning parenting, child nutrition, wellness, health and lifestyle. She has more than 150+ publications from reputable sites like Natural news, Elephant Journal, Lifehacker and www.momjunction.com to her credit. Aradhana writes to inspire and motivate people to adopt healthy habits and live a stress-free lifestyle.
One sign of the show's burgeoning popularity is that an increasing number of parents are naming their children after the characters. If you're a crazy fan and want to follow in their footsteps, look no further. Whether your child is as smart like Tyrion Lannister, or as brave as Arya Stark, we'll help you figure out the perfect <em>GoT</em> name for your little one.
I don't want my children to fall victim to modern-day epidemics like obesity, heart problems and diabetes. That's the reason I try my best to shield them from the dangers of the present day while inculcating in them the healthy habits I enjoyed as a child.
Have you seen a newborn baby recently? Chances are that you'd guess their gender right if they were wearing pink or blue clothes. After all, it is almost universally accepted that blue is for boys and pink is for girls. You would assume that the reason for this would be something straightforward like an old law decreed by a medieval king or religious sentiments. However, this strangely persistent segregation has fairly modern origins.
Along my journey as a mother of two, my life has taken numerous twists and turns. I'll not lie -- my first few years as a mother seemed more of a challenge than a blessing. Along the journey, however, I realised what I truly needed to keep me strong through this jerky ride was the virtue of patience and my family's ceaseless support. With these key cornerstones, I also consciously adopted some life practices that have always helped to keep my spirits high.
When my husband and I had our first child, it took me a while to stumble my way back to normalcy and to adapt to the role of a mother successfully. Having learned the tricks of the trade, I believed that things would be a lot easier with our second child. Guess what? I was wrong.
If you don't want to take a risk with your choice of name for your baby but still want to ensure it makes an impact, we've got you covered. Here is a list of top 10 'exotic' yet evergreen Indian names that you can consider for your baby.