Category Archives: Birthdays

4 Years…

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From a few days old to 4 years- how time flies!

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The hubster, me and Hriday!

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This one always makes me smile.

This one always makes me smile.

The kid loves Paris and Eiffel Tower and his forever building the tower with Lego bricks at home.

The kid loves Paris and Eiffel Tower and he is forever building the tower with Lego bricks at home.

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Hriday on his 4th Birthday

Hriday on his 4th Birthday

 

Hriday you are growing up so fast- wish I could stop time and just capture every single moment of you. Fell in love with you the first every second I saw you! Keep entertaining us with all the witty things you say and please don’t grow up so quickly.

 

Love Ma and Papa.

 

 

Rejection

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I don’t take rejection very well- it affects me so much that I think about it for days, weeks, months… and it seems Hriday is developing the same trait too albeit he seems to get over it much more quickly than I do. It’s an admirable quality and maybe I could stand to learn a few things from him. Yesterday we went to a very girly 4th birthday party and here is how the conversation went between Hriday and me during the day.

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Our usual weekend…

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Welcome…

 

What is the best way to start writing a blog? I have no clue what so ever! So let’s start with my little jaunt to Paris (where else right?) 

So a few weekends ago my wonderful husband, my 3 year old and I found ourselves waking up at 4am (yes that’s right) to go St Pancras station to catch an early Eurostar train to Paris. Hriday could not contain his excitement he was the first one from us to get ready (his shoes and jacket on in less than a minute-normally this process take 5- 10 mins on a normal day and with me telling/shouting numerous times to get a move on! 

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