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Introducing New Cast

My baby blog is a teenager now. 13 years old!

So as it happens with every mom, I got an itch and decided I needed another baby. A real one this time. Sorry, bad introduction, but real deal!

Introducing little Lego! 

Lego arrived in May this year and has kept us on our feet since. I'm tired, exhausted and sleep deprived but surprisingly happy.


Why Lego as his blog name? Because Legolas is our most favourite character from LOTR. And like little Lego blocks, this guy is helping us build a small little world of our own. 

Now seemed like a good time to get back to blogging given how overwhelming and simultaneously fulfilling motherhood can be. Hence, making this attempt to introduce Lego to my secret blog world early on so I can use this space to write about this new role we have been cast into.

That's all for now though. We shall be back once we have a sleep schedule that seems vaguely human. 


Till then, lots of love from

Preeks and Lego



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  1. Oh! Congratulations! :D This is such big news! Looking forward to lots more Lego stories and updates!

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  2. Heyyy! BIG BIG news! Congratulations Preeti! Lego is such a cutuu name. Can't wait to know more and hear all the stories.

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