...that I have friends who host the coolest dinners and want us to bring our kids. Asha even had her own place setting. ...for my Le Creuset dutch oven. I finally started using it again because turning on the oven is just crazy talk on most summer days. Yesterday I dumped a bunch of vegetables… Continue reading I am so thankful…
Can’t force a kid to smile.
On Tuesday night, I met up with Dottie, Sara, and Maria for a picnic and a photo-shoot in Millennium Park's Pritzker Pavillion. Asha came along as my date. Getting there involved a cab ride and a bit of walking. Since cabs in Chicago don't require a car seat (and I didn't want to carry one around… Continue reading Can’t force a kid to smile.
Is it really June already? How is it that every year seems to go by faster than the last! I am in the third week of my maternity leave and enjoying every bit of it. There are days however when Arjun naps all day and Asha is at school and I twiddle my thumbs trying… Continue reading Welcome June!
This delivery went quite different than the first and I am once again in awe of medical advancements in labor and delivery (my mind can't help but flash back to the dark days of when Betty delivered their third child in Mad Men, or what my mother and grandmother went through, or what women in… Continue reading Homecoming!
Arjun is here.
My little man has arrived. Happy and healthy.
Afternoon Tea at the Peninsula Hotel
When the company is good it hardly matters where one spends the day. This Sunday though, it was extra special to not only find some time to hang out with my two sisters-in-law Komal and Lisa, but to do it in style at the Peninsula Hotel over some tea. I'll admit that I am a… Continue reading Afternoon Tea at the Peninsula Hotel
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