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Eating out with kids

Eating out with kids

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I get to visit a lot of really cool dining joints because of the blog. But when it comes to eating out with the kids, I tend to visit the same familiar haunts pretty much all the time.

That’s primarily because of Piglet. He’s not very adventurous with his food and he’s still not at that stage where he will sit patiently while we eat. Of course, we have taken him to plenty of restaurants but we’ve ended up relying heavily on the iPad to keep him occupied. Not the best of situations. When we are all out together, I really like to have all devices put away as much as possible.

But there are some restaurants that hit the family friendly sweet spot just right, and we tend to visit them again and again. Here is a list of our favorite joints and why we love them.

My Ideal Yatra

My Ideal Yatra

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Every year, I start by planning the ideal holiday. It usually involves perusing a number of travel blogs, visiting a number of travel booking sites, doing tons of currency conversions.

All of this is then followed by tons of wishful thinking. Maybe we will get upgraded to business or first class, maybe I will win a couple of tickets (btw, this actually happened once when we won a holiday to Sri Lanka)!

Our weekend in Instagram Pictures

Our weekend in Instagram Pictures

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I have been contemplating a blog layout change for quite some time. I’ve generally been feeling pretty uninspired and (oh did I mention super-busy and distracted?) lately, and the blog has been suffering a bit.

I do hope that a layout and theme change helps me to be a little more active on this space. As of now, the look is still a work in progress, and things are broken here and there, but already I feel better about the blog. I think it really needs this face-lift.

Gudibanda

Gudibanda

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Having a pup around the house (yes, we have a pup, and a formal intro will come along later), has spurred us on to become a wee bit more active in our daily lives.

All of us have been spending more time outdoors playing with little Coco (our cutie lab), and last week, we kind of overreached ourselves and decided that we would take Coco with us on a hike up to Gudibanda fort.

A Little Gyan (Knowledge) on Children’s Nutrition

A Little Gyan (Knowledge) on Children’s Nutrition

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On Mother’s Day, quite a few mommy or parent bloggers arrived for a short session hosted by Horlicks and Indiblogger at Taj Vivanta to learn about children’s nutrition, its importance, and also spread the message as far as we can.

The fact is: the status of children’s health (which is directly linked to nutrition) in India is not good.

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

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The moment I heard that a new version of The Jungle Book was going to release this summer, I had earmarked it as THE movie to watch.