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Zara’s Birth Story

I last blogged in June 2016 to share the wonderful news of the adoption of our daughter,┬áMansi. Little did I know that 366 days after welcoming Mansi into our family, we would welcome a baby sister. Growing our family through adoption and pregnancy in one year has been a stretching joy. I have so many … Continue reading »

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Need a Pep-talk?

It’s time to be honest: there’s no way I’m writing a poetic, reflective and insightful post today. It’s raining, I’ve already done the Facebook/Youtube thing, eaten cookies, changed outfits and am still looking at my Systematic Theology assignment like it’s Greek (thankfully, it’s not). The good news is, Youtube is still functioning, and Kid President … Continue reading »

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Breakfast, India Style

During her stay with Varun and I the past few days, Varun’s mom made us lots of tasty Indian food. Apparently our smoke detector does not like Indian food, so it spent a lot of time under a pile of blankets. Meanwhile, Varun and I feasted on daal, parantha, mutter paneer and fancy rice, pilau. … Continue reading »

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Goan Ball Curry and A Contest

This recipe was given to me by an Aunty from South India. It’s amazingly fragrant, packed with flavours and is sure to please any crowd. Remember when I said I accidentally used a bunch of cilantro and a bunch of mint? Well, this was the recipe. When I see new recipes, I often book mark … Continue reading »

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Hosting Like Grown-Ups

When we were little, my Mom used to wake us up with chore lists on days that company was coming. We’d put our initials next to chores and begin to dust bookshelves, vacuum the stairs and scrub bathrooms. On a good day, we got it all done without complaining and would have time to marvel … Continue reading »

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