If you are a parent, I’m sure you have experienced moments or even a whole day of feeling like you can’t wash one more sticky hand, hear Mama one more time, deal with another epic tantrum, do another rerun of Wheels on the Bus… And if you have then now is the time to take … More slow living: self love weekends
After considering multiple options for our annual vacation this year, we finally narrowed down and decided on Paris. Cos you know, “Paris, is always a good idea!” The fact that there is a direct flight to Paris from Bangalore, also might have been a key deciding factor. 😉 While, I had been multiple times to … More Paris with kids
We celebrated Kabir’s birthday this year on a Saturday, a day before his actual birthday with a big party for all friends and family! A fun reptile theme for my reptile lover. Will do a post of our DIY birthday party soon!! On Sunday, his actual birthday, we wanted to celebrate with just us, doing … More in pictures. A day out to the Science Museum with kids.
Hello World! And a Happy New year 🙂 (I know I am crazy late for that but well, a good wish is always relevant!) I am back. When I left from here, I was a Mamma of one, prepping up my nursery for the little one to come. And now I have a almost 6 … More on the road. New year-2018 in Sri-Lanka.
The crib is set up once again. Kabir’s old crib and current bed will now be little baby boo2’s! Life’s little circles? 🙂 Set it next to our bed, just like Kabir’s was before. Another few days and it’ll have a tiny little thing lying in it next to me…and we can’t wait. ❤️ Kabir … More a little note. prepping the nursery.
On weekends, when the house is quiet, we bake. (Provided we have all the ingredients at home!😄) My sous chef being my 4 year old son. “Mamma can I …?” “I want to break the egg!” A happy mess of flour and sticky hands. Standing next to me on a stool pulled up to the … More in pictures. cooking and baking with my sous chef..and The chocolate cake…
The old world charm of putting flowers in your hair in a bun… something so nostalgic and lovely about it. In south India it’s quite the tradition, to infact put flowers in your hair (mostly jasmine) every morning after a bath! Though I don’t indulge in that luxury every day…in this festive time of the … More in pictures. Old world charm…