Summary: The millennial parent has less disposable time, and they have many concerns on the upbringing of their child. Brateshwar Diaries will pull out some fun moments between a mother and the offspring that will make you laugh, as you remember your own moments with your little one. The show will also bring up simple ideas that will enhance the quality of time you spend with your child, simultaneously enriching their intelligence and developing their character.
Actor Mithun Rodwittiya is at peace with his son around and believes, unless you love parenting you won’t be able to enjoy your child. This lockdown is a lifetime opportunity, treat it like one.
Lockdown is a period when many of us are losing it. Yet we know, we have to emerge beyond the pull of frustrations and uncertainties for the sake of our children. No staying in denial, no preachings on how and what. A simple conversation with Richa Srivastava Mukherjee on how to identify the blessings, collaborate with the kids and stay positive.
If you want your children to have some fun and party with their friends, a little input from parents can make their time really special. And unique. And yes, don’t miss out on the scopes of conversation with the children. Include their creativity in the party plans.
Prof. Debjit Roy, professor at IIM Ahmedabad travelled to Michigan to teach students there and got stuck by the lockdown. He shares his own story of being away from his children at such a critical time, his way of holding on to them, the way he expects their future to unfold post corona and also the skills or attitudes that will be extremely important for the next generation given the evolution that is expected now.
Dr. Santanu Sen, handling paediatric hematologist, oncologist at....Kokiladen and stem cell transplantation in Mumbai talks about how the children healthcare system is being affected or will be affected more in future, how the doctors are looking at the evolution in case there should be one, the physical and mental well-being of children given that they spend a lot of time trapped within four walls, and more.
How to deal with children during this Corona lockdown? How are children dealing with this themselves? Parents come together to share the fun activities they undertake with their child, from dividing chores to engaging in games, beating the lockdown blues while discovering hidden talents in their child.
Being the Founder of Kangaroo Kids and Billabong High School, Lina Ashar has dealt with the minds and well being of not just one or two but many children across age groups. She shared her wisdom with respect to the parental dilemmas and confusion we raised in the last two episodes and helped us reach a fair conclusion.
No wonder that our children are sharp, smart, beautiful and intelligent. However, there are times when the best qualities in a human being doesn't necessarily bear the best results. So should we tactfully try and teach our children some bit of manipulation? This and more, this episode will raise some difficult questions.
Children are born with their own talent and sensitivity. If we as parents are not careful and watchful, our parenting might come in the way of those beautiful qualities borne by their innocence. This episode shares some simple observations, which are funny but are also reflective of how spectacularly a child's mind works following its own logic and science.
When you can't dodge the effect of technology, use it in a way that it helps. Author, Madhuri Banerjee shares some practical ideas to get children read. Hear her on iCafe's Brateshwar Diaries.
Koral Dasgupta doles out her personal experiences of storytelling sessions with her child. Funny and spirited, but a whole lot of learning came back to the mother! Hear her on iCafe's Brateshwar Diaries.
How do we engage our children into stories, especially when many of them have less access to their grandparents and the parents are super busy? Some ideas on iCafe's Brateshwar Diaries.
The joys of painting with children and the effect of colours on young minds. Artist, Srushti Rao shares her ideas on iCafe's Brateshwar Diaries.
How do we get our children off TV? Or minimise their digital exposure? Some organic ideas on iCafe's Brateshwar Diaries.
career with child to upbringing in nuclear families, leadership skills to parenting pressures, Shunali provides significant clarity in some sticky areas, while sharing her own Brateshwar Diaries!