"Well. mummy is Indian, Daddy is Romanian, and that makes you children of the world", I said. "So you can celebrate anything you want"
So here's how we celebrated Diwali
On the eve of Diwali, we explored Henna. Instead of me putting henna on the girls, we made it more fun by tracing the children's hands onto paper. They designed their own henna art.
This was Anjali's
Then it was sparkler time. Its still dark in the playground
We took a detour for this