New mum Raageshwari Loomba shares unique parenting tips through a series of pictures
Through a series of cute pictures, new mum Raageshwari Loomba shares how she parents her baby and is teaching her some important life lessons
Parenthood can bring immense happiness in a person's life and celebrities are no different. Especially those who have experienced this joy after several years, like singer and actor Raageshwari Loomba.
The popular singer who married London-based barrister Sudhanshu Swaroop in 2013 delivered a baby girl on February 25, this year, but it hasn't been an easy journey for her. The birth of her baby has almost been a blessing she says, because conceiving at a later age had become difficult for her.
In fact, soon after the delivery of her baby, Loomba even shared her experience with with smooth delivery and explained how she managed one so easily.
In her Facebook post, Loomba, shared that the secret for her smooth delivery was actually the support of her mother. She even thanked her for helping her ‘cruise’ through it. "Deepest gratitude to her for cruising with me through my pregnancy and delivery," she wrote among other heartfelt lines.
And now through her daughter (who by the way is also a stunning baby model for Pepa & Co) Loomba is sharing another important message- this about about her unique parenting style.
Loomba's unique and calming parenting tips
Through a series of cute pictures, which she individually titled, she shares how she practices parenting and is teaching her daughter some important life lessons.
We are all different and we are all beautiful
Sharing these pictures she shares, "Namaste from Samaya. She may be a chic baby model with trendy spacebuns, but humility can go hand in hand too. What we teach a baby in her early years, will become her second nature for life."
She then shares a picture of her daughter travelling with some of her cute friends and writes, "Its so important for your baby to know we are all different and we are all beautiful. How you treat other babies, is exactly how your baby will treat them."
Never tell your baby, No
Loomba shares, "It's important for your baby to see you attend charity events that are being organised by children. They will immediately realise that you don't have to be an adult to do great things in life. You can start right NOW! P.S: Samaya thinks she can already read."
She also shared a picture of her cute baby girl pulling a Santa's beard and wrote, "Never tell your baby, No! Even if she is pulling off Santa's beard! Santa just got saved in time, as we all started singing 'Merry Christmas' and distracted her in time."
Let your baby have fun with food
Loomba shares more words of wisdom as she writes, "If you cook in front of your baby and make it like an event, there is nothing your baby will not eat. Let your baby have fun with food and the ingredients."
She also talks about compassion and love towards animals, "Your baby will be more compassionate when she spends time with animals. A dog's mouth should not evoke fear but evoke thoughts of licks and kisses."
Continue reading to see what Raageshwari Loomba shared about how music helps kids score better!
Music helps kids excel at academics
She shares, "Bach on the Cello is magical when played live. Do remember Shakespeare said "Music is the food of love". Music is a science and its almost mathematical. If your baby hears enough classical music, it is given that your baby will flourish in academics too."
She also writes how her daughter is slowly getting used to listening to music and loves to hum along. "Samaya simply starts humming as the music plays. Do remember Shakespeare said "Music is the food of love". Music is a science and its almost mathematical. If your baby hears enough classical music, it is given that your baby will flourish in academics too."
Art helps babies prioritise things in life
Loomba shares a beautiful example of how Samaya is growing up with simplified priorities, thanks to the art that she is surrounded by.
"The art around your home programmes your baby's mind of priorities, hobbies and beliefs to take forward in life. Having a father as a barrister and working in the same chambers as Mahatma Gandhi did, so of course Samaya will have a great influence of Human Rights and great leadership," she writes.
She also shares that when babies have grown up friends, they can learn more about community from them. "It's great for your baby to have grown up friends who take her performing on the streets, to collect pounds for Christmas meals for the homeless. Really proud of the boys, but I can't praise Samaya's performance too much."
Grandparents are the best gurus
And finally Loomba admits that grandparents can be the best gurus for babies. "The best time a baby can have is with grand parents. Dada ji, Dadi ji, Nana ji and Nani ji are the true gurus."
But while it is always a great idea for the babies to be around their grandparents, let's not forget that being around for your own baby is the most important job!
Loomba explains this parenting principle in simple words. She writes, "How long do you spend simply looking into your baby's eyes ? They absolutely love it!"
Well, if that isn't some great parenting advice, what is?
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