Charleston, S.C.

At almost 36 years old, I don’t really feel “old” until I count the number of years since some event took place. For instance, until we moved to Raleigh and visited Chapel Hill with the kids, undergrad days didn’t really feel that far gone. Or when my little nephew presented me with his driving permit […]

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Life Lately…

I love my kids to death, but when they make me wait four and a half hours (not counting the 30-minute drive each way) at a car dealership to pull out a broken DVD they jammed in the player while it was already loaded with another DVD, I question things!

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Renew

It’s a strange feeling, to have one’s life change drastically while simultaneously feeling like it’s at a standstill. Ajay’s arrival has been nothing short of amazing, but in many ways it has also been the perfect excuse to stop focusing on some of my personal goals.

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Visiting Baby Chickens And Gardening!

As if I needed more reasons to reinforce my lets-live-on-a-farm fantasy, last week we visited one of Devang’s friend’s 70-acre Farm in Coats, NC. The farm belongs to Erin who is a nurse, and her husband Brian who is a police officer. Between saving the world and keeping a homestead, I am not sure when […]

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Beach Pictures and Fort Macon State Park

I wanted to share a few more pictures from our recent trip to Topsail. Ajay enjoyed his first beach trip very much. Arjun discovered his love for sand while simultaneously feeling very irritated when wet sand stuck on his body. Asha proved to be a fearless water baby! I rediscovered my preference for one-piece bathing […]

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Abundance

Sunday, I woke up in a frenzy and started packing for our trip to the beach later that morning. We were supposed to get it all done the night before, but after putting the kids to sleep, we were pooped too and therefore passed out without much progress.

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Al Fresco Family Dinner Night!

Life as a family of five is all about figuring out the logistics. Devang and I are officially outnumbered by at least two very quick and wiggly kids and so being anywhere away from home takes a lot of vigilance and patience. And while it can get a bit challenging to constantly give them instructions […]

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