9 Months Episode 5 Part 1 |Rid Yourself Of Guilt: Am I doing it right for my baby?
It takes a village to raise a child, but this village sometimes brings with it criticism and unnecessary judgment. Watch episode 4 of 9 Months, where Anu Menon and Dr. Deepali Ajinkya talk to Meghna Pant about overcoming the self-doubt that often comes with motherhood and parenting.
Don’t miss the fun the cast and crew had behind the scenes during the shoot of 9 Months Season 4. @asianpaints | @mothercareIN | @NestleCeregrow | @themariagoretticorner #ParentingDoneRight #Firstpost9MonthsS4
Everything about a preteen's health and hygiene, quick tips on their diet, importance of including certain foodstuff in the daily meals, fitness activities.
The focus in Season 4 of 9 Months will shift towards development years of preschoolers and pre-teens. Watch millennial parents and their parenting styles.
Discussion on how to inculcate a healthy attitude towards growing children's bodies, sex education and important information on opposite sex and puberty.
Important questions on a preschooler's key developmental milestones - mental, physical, social and emotional; importance of right nutrition.
9 Months Season 4 | EDUCATION: Preschool, School, Extracurricular Activities And Career Choices | Part-1
Important questions on preschool, schooling, first day of school, importance of breakfast, right nutritional requirements for preschoolers and much more.
Important questions on preschool, schooling, home-schooling, education boards, nutrition in school, extracurricular activities and much more are dealt with.
9 Months Season 4 |EDUCATION: Preschool, School, Extracurricular Activities & Career Choices | Part-2
Important questions on schooling, managing school work and learning, importance of extracurricular activities and best decisions for children’s future career .
Discussion on how parents of tweens strike a delicate balance while talking about the impact of social media, peer and parental pressures on preteens.
Discussion on that non-violent system of parenting that relies heavily on the assumption that all children are born good.