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Meet The Almost Indian Wife
My name is Brittany and I’m a wife to my lovely husband Joel and mother to my three little boys! We are currently in the process of moving to North Carolina!
My entire life changed when I met my husband, Joel. I not only fell in love with the man of my dreams, but I was introduced to an entirely new culture that I would soon love as much as my own. As an interracial couple we had to learn how to blend cultures in our relationship and develop our own family culture.
The Almost Indian Family
About a two years into our marriage, we had our first son. Then continued to add another baby every year or so. Then we became The Almost Indian Family. Our family is constantly navigating through two different cultures in the way we parent, communicate, how we present the world, what languages are spoken in our house, etc.
Having a multicultural family has changed me forever. Instead of focusing solely on my own culture, I have gained a new passion for Indian culture and other cultures around the world.
Meet Baby Lucas!
Lucas is my two year old and youngest. Although you’d never guess he was the youngest with how he acts! He’s spunky and brave! He’s been through a lot over the last year, but he doesn’t let anything get him down.
Oh Levi. He’s my four year old who we also call Leviathan. I have a special place in my heart for this little one. He has one of the biggest hearts and is also the most mischevious boy I’ve ever met! He’s full of life and lives for adventure.
Liam is my five year old. He started off our parenting journey. I am watching him go from a little baby to a boy before my very eyes. I can’t believe how big he’s getting! He loves being an unna (big brother) and is always looking out for his little brothers. He is caring, compassionate, and too funny for his own good.
I spent a long time trying to come up with the perfect name for this blog. I wanted it to be a reflection of what my multicultural family looked like. Then it came to me. The Almost Indian Wife! I love it because it reminds my readers and myself of a truth all multicultural families need to remember.
It doesn’t matter how much we incorporate Indian culture into our family, we will never be a fully Indian or Caucasian family. We’ll always be a beautiful blend of both.
This blog is designed to help other multicultural families develop their family identity and see how they can blend cultures in their family.