Living Arrows - The kids explore the maize

A-maze-ing – Living Arrows #2

A-maze-ing – Living Arrows #2 Welcome back to my photo adventure, Living Arrows, which is about celebrating childhood. The project originally took it’s name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”. I’ll share photos of both Shalini and Shivam from our week. These will…

My Big Bash at 40 - I pose for a photo

My Big Bash At 40

My Big Bash At 40 I’ve already written a few posts around my 40th birthday. The first was about how to dress for my age. If you missed it, you can read it here. The second post was a diary piece I wrote on the eve of the big day, which you can read here.…

Monopoly Mad - Shalini hands cash reluctantly over to Shivam

Monopoly Mad – The Ordinary Moments #2

Monopoly Mad – The Ordinary Moments #2 This is the second week taking part in an adventure that’s been running for years by parent blogger, Donna. The project celebrates the ordinary moments – or the not so ordinary some weeks too. I’ve really found my footing and am enjoying my blogging journey so far. I’m seven months…

Shalini and Shivam get ready for a water fight

A Garden Day – Living Arrows #1

A Garden Day – Living Arrows #1 I’m starting another photo adventure called Living Arrows, which is about celebrating childhood. The project originally took it’s name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”. I’ll share a few photos of both Shalini and Shivam from our…

Shiv curves the ball into the goal

Football Fever – The Ordinary Moments #1

Football Fever – The Ordinary Moments #1 I’ve decided I’m going to join in on an adventure that’s been running for years by fellow parent bloggers – but is very new for me. I’ve only been blogging since January and now that I’ve found my footing, it’s a project I’m really excited about joining in…

Sukh on the beach in Rio with the Olympic symbol

My Single Parent Test

My Single Parent Test My husband Sukh and I often go away for work. Even though my trips are shorter – no more than ten days at a time – they’re more frequent. Read about my recent trip to Mumbai here. Sukh’s first work trip abroad came in the summer of 2016 when he went to…