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Home, Sweet Home!

Blogging not even once every month is not unusual for me. And I think I am going to continue the era this year also. Oh well, you see it already.

After excitedly waiting months to see the new little one in the family, I am home! My sister recently had a baby boy. Yay me, I am an aunt one more time. He being the first boy in the family, everyone is super excited. He is getting special attention and privileges. Everyone wants to take care of him and respond to all his restlessness expressions. He is no less either. He needs attention. He becomes restless when he can't hear us talking or giving him all those lullabies. The cute tiny fellow is keeping us busy already. I am happy for my dad. He finally could get this little friend :)

Being home is the best thing that happens every year (to me) when you are living abroad for a long time. And visiting home on special events like this makes it the best-est vacation.

Coming to the outfit details, this is something I wore for an Indian occasion we celebrated in Norway. Yes, this happened in summer. The only time in Norway when you can see some brightness and sleeveless at the same time. I am as always too lazy to post outfits on time. So don't be surprised if you see my winter posts in summer this year.

Living in Norway is different from living in the States. We rarely get an opportunity to wear Indian dresses unless you are someone who loves to be traditional at home. I am definitely not that one. This time when I am in India, I am surprised to see so many changing trends of Indian wear. I missed so much in just one year.





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