He didn’t move because he was tired of India, on the contrary, The Economist, where he heads the mobile division had been pushing him for years to set up his base in London, but for whatever reason he brushed it off. But one day it happened and he moved to live a better life and give a great life to his family.
He never really saw himself get out of Mumbai and migrate anywhere, let alone the US of A. But today he is a father of two beautiful boys and living that American dream that you always hear of.
Go ahead and have a listen to this episode and get a little peek into our childhood and the impact our mums had on us.
https://anchor.fm/popsinapod/episodes/EP-20—Mothers-Day-Special—Army-Moms-edp6e3 It was fascinating to hear them talk about their lives as kids, adults, wives and mums within the environs of the army. It’s very rare to get a peek into a life like this
Are we mentally prepared to have this child?
Are we financially stable to sustain our lives along with a new human being?
What sort of sacrifices do we need to make to adjust to this new parental life?
Are we compatible, from a medical standpoint to conceive a child?
If both of us are working then how are we balancing work and life?