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Childhood memories

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Has it ever happened that a small white flower can bring back memories of childhood? Well it surely happened with me today and that led me fondly to my childhood memories. I took my son for cycling on the track... (Continue reading)

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Isnt it all about perception?

This statement has its lighter side and its darker side, but it’s a functional statement, not a philosophical one. Perception is reality is usually just a clumsy but short way of saying that people do not react to reality, they... (Continue reading)

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Driving dreams

Admitting to this is one of my biggest embarrassments. It’s been so long that I cant even remember how long I’ve been here in the US – and yet I don’t know how to drive. Honestly I’ve run out of... (Continue reading)

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The bug that goes around

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Back when I did not have kids, I would look disdainfully at coworkers who claimed that their kids made them sick. Really? I would think. Kids get so sick? Somehow in India I dont remember general awareness or recognition of... (Continue reading)

The Mommy Connection

About five years ago, I became a mom. I know people say that you become a mom once you are pregnant, and I did everything I could to take care of my baby when he was inside me, but I... (Continue reading)

In sickness and in health

I have been away from the site forever it seems, except maybe to surface and comment briefly. The reason was that over the last two weeks or more, I have been very sick. It began as shivering and fever, which led... (Continue reading)

Night-time Drama

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I was laughing at myself in the middle of the night. Here I was cramped between my daughter and our baby and I remembered a while ago I thought we are just blessed with a miracle of children who just... (Continue reading)

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Top traits of Indian parents?

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1. Indian parents are conservative and traditional. They raise children as if stuck in time limbo. For more, see http://www.bloggermoms.com/from-sarongs-to-saris/ 2. They are extremely protective and treat dating as a life threatening sport. To Indian parents you are not an... (Continue reading)

To be together ………

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The queue for the cab at the Mall was long like a serpent. It consisted mostly of women with big trolleys filled with grocery for the approaching weekend, so typical on a Friday morning. They were others who were on... (Continue reading)

From sarongs to saris

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Ever since I moved to the US, I have always amazed at how Indian, the Indian Americans were here. It always struck me as how they cling on to their roots, values and cultures. All that seemed so fake and... (Continue reading)

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Dumb Charades…..well, almost

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The baby is into dumb charades. The rules are as follows: Baby will use ‘mmmm’ s and hand gestures to communicate Mom or dad or big brother will have to interpret If interpretation is right, baby will ‘mmmm’ happily If... (Continue reading)

Announcing Bloggermoms Writers Award Winners

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It is our pleasure to announce the winners of the Bloggermoms Writers Award for January. Please join us in congratulating Malini and Tana  – Malini for her chicken with pasta and red pesto sauce and Tana for her post on... (Continue reading)

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For one more day

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Few weeks back I came across a book by Mitch Albom, ‘For one more day.’ A casual glance at the back cover revealed that the book talks about Charley Benetto, a broken man with a destroyed life, career and family and... (Continue reading)

Spiderman, Superman, Batman

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We moved to Singapore about two months back and contrary to what most relatives and friends had said, the move turned out to be the toughest on my darling boy. He is extremely attached with his grandparents, cousins, uncles and... (Continue reading)

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Growing up

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Every morning we hurry to get the babe off to school. Sometimes he is sleepy, sometimes not. Its wake up, dress, brush, breakfast, pack lunch, feed baby breakfast – just a mad rush. Then he is off. I am till mid... (Continue reading)

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The internet is ruining my life – and yours too

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The number of options for wasting time on my computer has reached a critical mass. E-mail, blogs, social networks, podcasts, E-books, three full seasons of Oprah on streaming video. I spend my time reading crappy status message updates from people... (Continue reading)

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Romance…after Twins

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It’s not easy raising children, especially two at a time… When I got pregnant and found out that we were having TWINS…I freaked out!! But, in a few weeks it sunk in that we were going to be parents of... (Continue reading)

To be or not to be … a mother

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The question of to be or not to be a mother has been with me since the earliest times I can remember, and it is perhaps my most existential question yet. One might think that with the clock ticking at thirty... (Continue reading)

Colon cancer in men occurs

Colon cancer in men occurs as a result of normal cells transforming to abnormal ones. In a perfect world the right side of the colon absorbs water, sodium and soluble wastes and the left side of the colon extracts the... (Continue reading)

My Journey into Bread Making

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When I married my husband eleven years ago, we both knew he would be doing the cooking.  If it didn’t come in a box, I was clueless.  When I had the opportunity to stay home and raise my two boys,... (Continue reading)

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