Sunday, June 27, 2010
Kabir & his cousins touring our container after we finished loading it yesterday
We have been planning this move for over a year now so it is a relief to finally be done with most of it. We have been working so hard in the last few weeks that it hasn't allowed to us to really come to terms with our emotions yet. The boys are taking it quite well so far. Ofcourse, Anurag is clueless but Kabir does understand that we are moving to India. He has been enjoying the novelty of living with cartons all around him. He did show some signs of distress when he started noticing that his toys were starting to go missing (as we were starting to pack them). At first it was difficult to explain that he will see them again after a few months in India. But he caught on pretty quickly and then even started to bring his dearest toys to us saying - please pack this. I will want this in India. :-)
The most difficult part ofcourse is to say goodbye to friends who have become like family. We have been fortunate to have some wonderful friends here who have all come together and supported us in our decision. We will miss you a lot. I hope this blog will become one of the ways in which we can stay connected.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Kabir and Anurag have started sharing some great moments together. Anurag likes to follow Kabir with his eyes all the time and Kabu loves to observe him and play with him. This is a rather long but beautiful video from two days ago. I didn't have the heart to cut any part of it out.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Monday, June 7, 2010
Our first family pic
Kabu refused to go anywhere near the sea after his first encounter with the waves
Anurag bundled up in nanaji's arms
Friday, June 4, 2010
The only thing I can say on the down side is that their office seems to be quite busy. Dr. Paul works with three nurse practitioners. For regular check ups and vaccine appointments, you normally only get to meet the nurse practitioners unless you ask to see the doctor for any reason.
Overall, I'm glad I switched. I only wish I had done it sooner!