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Mr. Perfect

So, while I have written quite a bit about many aspects of being Single in Seattle, I haven’t yet touched on a big aspect of being single again … yes, dating!  Just over 2 years ago, when I became ready to date, I didn’t know quite... (Continue reading)

Recipe of a new Sweet Dish

Thanks all for liking the Post on Tempura – Try it Out!!! Today I am here with a new sweet dish recipe. Everybody must be aware of the sweet dish Payesh / Payasam like the famous Chhenar Payesh / Rosogollar... (Continue reading)

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5 Simple ways to Keep kids healthy this school year

Being a mom of 3 yr old twin boys, I have my hands full. So to make things a little easy for me, I try to build their defenses against common childhood illnesses like ear infections and colds. Germs are... (Continue reading)

More kids lunch ideas with a multicultural twist – from the readers

I loved the suggestions I got on the post on ‘Kids lunch ideas with a multicultural twist’. Sometimes the ideas get lost in the comments – so I am listing them here as a kind of part 2. You can... (Continue reading)

Personal is Political: South Asian Lens on Vibrant Love

Having been a close witness to the journey of Tasveer, a local grassroots film organization, I am thrilled that this family of courageous, independent film enthusiasts is demonstrating a marked evolution (and revolution) in presenting perspective through film. They are... (Continue reading)

Tempura – Try it out!!!

Hey Bloggermoms!!!   I like trying out new recipes from across the world which my baby can also have without making a fuss coz he don’t like eating vegetables unless and until they are served in some kind of fried... (Continue reading)

Becoming Big Brother – Sibling Class

I had scheduled a sibling class for the babe this week. It was at the Northside hospital, called the ‘baby factory of Atlanta. It was a class for three to six year old kids. The babe was very reluctant to... (Continue reading)

Art Exhibition

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This is in response to the post of Art Exhibition – Glass Paintings by Malini…. First of all let me thank you all those who have appreciated my art work. Believe me it’s really tough to manage family, work and... (Continue reading)

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Mom in Question – Indrani

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Name: Indrani Dasgupta Goyal Profession: Home Maker Kids:  One son, Shaamak, 22 months Born and brought up: New Delhi, India Countries lived in:  India, Singapore and US Cultures in my life: Indian, Chinese, American What were some of the most... (Continue reading)

The Big Debate – Religiously trying

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And I thought being multicultural will make me more open minded. Back in India, I did not consider myself a very religious person. Sure I would celebrate any festival we would get a holiday on, which pretty much included HIndu... (Continue reading)

Some back to school lunch ideas with a multicultural twist

Its back to school time here in the US, and many parts of the world and if you are looking for some ideas to serve some multicultural lunches for your toddler, preschooler or kid, here are some ideas. These are based... (Continue reading)

Sleep Problems in Children: What parents need to Know?

Hello everybody! Based on the feedback I received, I have touched upon another very common problem parents face while raising kids . Sleep Problems in Children not only makes the children cranky but also many a times creats a havoc in their parents’... (Continue reading)

The most extreme of makeovers

Sometime back I met a guy who had not seen me for four years. Wow, he said, you are totally different now. I asked him how and he avoided a direct answer. But it got me thinking – of all... (Continue reading)

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Art Exhibition – Glass Paintings by Malini

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Hi there!! This is Malini…a Homemaker, Mom, Freelancer and Glass Artefacts Designer…. Phew!!!!! quite an impressive lineup……but actually a very simple person trying to establish my identity in this world…….to start with in my own family……  Drawn to paintings, sketches,... (Continue reading)

New Feature on Bloggermoms – Art Exhibitions

Many of us know people who are super talented, but whose art remains in their homes, known only to a few near and dear ones. Usually because bringing that art to a wider audience is painful and more time consuing.... (Continue reading)

Mom in Question – Zeenia

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Zeenia Mukherjee Carpenter Profession: Home Maker Kids: Devaki (7) and Rebecca (3) Born and brought up: Born in India. Came to US at the age of 16 Countries lived in: India and US Cultures in my life: Hindu (my side)... (Continue reading)

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Mom lessons – Making it multicultural- Flag days!

So I write about mom lessons and have recently started writing about making it multicultural. Mostly I write activities I have tried myself but this time its an idea I have, spurred by one of the posts on this site.... (Continue reading)

Is your child a fussy eater?

One of our professors of pediatrics used to tell us that you can only be a good pediatrician once you have your own children. Since that was biologically impossible by the time our examinations approached, we decided to concentrate on... (Continue reading)

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The non working mom life

So now I am almost at the year mark of staying at home. By this time last year I had already resigned and frankly, I was quite unsure how I would take it. I had received so much training for... (Continue reading)

Salsa Girl..!!!

This girl was born with SALSA in her blood..!!! I have watched this video several times and this girl is amazing! Have a nice weekend ya’ll.... (Continue reading)

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