Mum Kanu Pathania Shares How She Protects Her Baby From Monsoon Diseases

Mum Kanu Pathania Shares How She Protects Her Baby From Monsoon Diseases

29 Aug 2022 | 4 min Read

Sayani Basu

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Parenting today takes a lot more than just raising children. It demands more love, attention and mindfulness to raise kids today. They are always looking for tips to raise children to be independent, well-rounded and self-esteemed individuals. In a candid interview with BabyChakra, Mum Kanu Pathania, a member of the Insider Club shares her parenting mantras.

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Mum Kanu Pathania believes pressurising kids to be good at everything is not good for their growth

Tell us something about yourself.

My name is Kanu Pathania and I am a mum influencer. I have an adorable daughter and love to spend time with her.

What are the golden rules that you follow at home while dealing with your daughter?

Although she is too young, I have planned a few mantras. I give my daughter the much-needed freedom and avoid screaming at her. Instead, I try to make her understand the difference between right and wrong.

I listen to her, give her choices and never pressurise her to excel in everything, because the pressure to be good at each and everything is mentally taxing for a child.

What have you learnt in your parenting journey?

Parenthood is like an adventure and I am experiencing things I haven’t in the past and learning every day to be a better parent.

Parenting style has changed and more and more people believe in equal parenting. What are your views on it?

Equal parenting is the new parenting style. Plus, the journey of raising kids becomes more positive and rewarding when both parents are involved in the process. Besides, children tend to have gender equality concepts from the very beginning, when they are taken care of by both the mum and dad.

We all know that the incessant rains are a breeding ground for mosquitoes. What are the measures that you follow to keep your baby away from mosquitoes?

Thanks to BabyChakra’s Natural Mosquito Repellent Patches which give 24-hour protection against the disease-causing mosquitoes. I stick these patches on my daughter’s clothes when I take her to the garden.

In addition to the patches, I also keep the BabyChakra Natural Mosquito Repellent Body Spray handy and spray it all over my daughter’s body in the evening when she is indoors or goes out to play.

Which product has been your kid’s saviour and why?

The natural vapour patches, massage oil, and talc-free powder have been my daughter’s saviour. The vapour patches work wonders in relieving her blocked nose.

The massage oil nourishes my baby’s skin with the right amount of vitamins and pampers her tender nerves. Besides, the talc-free powder keeps her dry and comfortable.

How are you keeping your baby healthy during the weather surges in this rainy season?

Monsoon brings with it weather surges that make babies fall ill as their immune systems are still developing. That is why I always give her boiled water. For older kids, a saltwater gargle can also soothe their sore throat.

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Kanu loves to spend time with her cute daughter

All of us enjoy the monsoon and India is at its best during this season. Have you ever planned a road trip with your baby during the monsoon? If not, will you be interested in it?

I haven’t but I would love to plan one soon. I want my daughter to be a nature lover too.

How has your journey as an Insider Club mum with BabyChakra been?

The journey has been fab as my opinions are valued while formulating organic products for babies. Thanks to the team for such great work!

We are sure that the monsoon care regime shared by Kanu Pathania will greatly help other mums.

Image Credit: Kanu Pathania



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