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It is the third time I try and fail at folding my son's hand towel to perfection. Pressing with an iron box would be too much of an effort, considering the size of the cloth. I proceed anyway. Two piping hot idlis get diced and distributed along with a dash of thenga chutney in a... Continue Reading →
Baby D and I went to the park yesterday. I'm not a fan of kids park, you guys. Ask me if I can walk, I'll go miles with you. But snaking around the sliding board for an hour or two? Heck no. It's monotonous, tiresome and boriiiiinnggg. While remaining cool and composed on the outside,... Continue Reading →
July is my favorite month for many reasons. 1. Baby D and 80% of my friends (including my brother A) are born in July. 2. Something exceptionally good happens to me at this time of the year. 3. Point (or plausibility) number two has never backfired till date. I am champing at the bit to... Continue Reading →
Our little one turned two last week. The nub of it I already shared in the last post. This past year has been all about him exploring the world around, testing his limits in everyway possible. In the beginning, it was funny seeing him toddle, he moved as if he had an oversized apple between... Continue Reading →
We moved to a bigger room last week. The extra space, to be honest, is too much luxury to handle. The bathroom is aerated which means my chance of being asphyxiated to death while hand-washing the clothes is a big zero. Yay!! As usual, I am traipsing around baby D who hastily climbs up and... Continue Reading →
"Take care, will you? I may be late today too.." "Sure, don't you worry..!" I smile raising my eyebrows, wave him bye, pick the paal vaali up and lock the door behind me. It's 6:30 in the morning but the Room paints a confusing impression of afternoon. The thick green curtain shines in a strong... Continue Reading →
Mom is Home ...for now. My dad switches between News channels to double-check the reopening date of Government schools. We hope for some last minute changes so that mom can stay with us for another week. Nope, no luck yet. Mom is home but she will have to leave soon in, say, another four hours.... Continue Reading →