Kal Hamara Hai…

Let us liberate ourselves from any form of control. Let us focus at the inner drum, where the rhythm aligns with that of our heart. The measure of responsibility, equals to the need for evolution. Just listen, the inner child, let it whisper in your ear. —Grigoris Deoudis

Childhood is the golden period of one’s life. It is all about making memories, laughing out loud without any reason and leading a carefree and simple life.

But as soon as we ‘Grow Up’ we sometimes forget what its like to laugh till our stomach aches and to forgive and forget. We tend to live with the rules and regulations set by the society and act more ‘mature’ and ‘sophisticated’. Becoming conscious of others’ views and thoughts is another such thing.

Somewhere along this path, we become machines, work tirelessly, run after making money, and what not! We get so indulged in materialistic things that we often forget what it is like to be happy in real and not to measure our happiness with tangible things.

We all have a child inside us that we sometimes miss and to live our lives to the fullest, it is essential to keep that child alive.

This Children’s Day, let’s pledge to keep the child inside us awaken.

Why is quality child care important?

Brain Development: Current research has shown that the early years (ages 0-5) are the most sensitive for brain development. Over 90% of brain growth occurs during this period. The people who help care for your child are also those who help shape your child’s mind.

School Readiness: Studies show that children who receive quality child care enter school with better math, language, and social skills. These skills give your child a good start to succeed in school and in life.

Reduced Stress: When your child has safe, loving, and stimulating child care that you can count on, you don’t have to worry while you are at work. You know that your child is getting the kind of care children need to be healthy, happy, and successful.

Everyone Benefits: Society, children, families, employers, communities, and the nation as a whole benefit from high quality child care. Fostering a healthy, successful, future workforce is essential to everyone’s well-being.

Bollywood songs this Children’s Day

Lakdi Ki Kathi- Masoom (1993)
Nanha Munna Rahi Hun- Son of India (1962)
Nanhe Munne Bachche- Boot Polish (1954)
Bum Bum Bole- Taare Zameen Par (2007)
Chanda Chamke Cham Cham- Fanaa (2006)
Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote – Door Ki Awaaz (1964)

Movies to watch with your child today

Mr India (1987)
Chachi 420 (1997)
Makdee (2002)
The Blue Umbrella (2005)
Taare Zameen Par (2007)
Bhootnath (2008)
I Am Kalam (2010)
Stanley Ka Dabba (2011)