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“You ate octopus,” I say, my eyes wrinkled with laughter. I sneak glances at the back seat where all three
Two nights ago, I sat in a darkened room at my local library with a bunch of strangers watching a
“Pattu, Pattu! Laddu has grown up. She has hair on her legs just like our cousin. Soon she will
An essay that is featured on Adoptive Families magazine.
“I don’t like my fake name” muttered Ammu, my first daughter. I was bent over the stove tossing rice noodles
The morning stretches lazily like a ribbon or a band of elastic. The minutes inching their way slowly to the