I had a site with far more links from other reputable, well trafficked sites that took several weeks to be indexed. And it was first caught by Bing, not Google, despite Google's far more prolific crawler. Go figure.
There's a concept called "Domain Aging." Nobody knows exactly what the various search engines look for, but several surmise that older, more established domains are given preference. If your domain is brand new and literally just registered, it's likely very low priority on Google's "to do's" list. Time is all that could solve this one, if the theory is correct.
Use your time waiting to install Google Webmaster tools and the associated tool from Bing. Analyze the living daylights out of it. Put up a valid sitemap, ensure that you're using properly validated semantic markup (you're currently showing 7 w3 errors) Update the meta tags (description is currently blank). Adding Google Analytics is an outstanding way to see where your traffic is coming from and where they are going....an added benefit is that careful daily analysis can help you detect hack attempts, believe it or not.
It looks like you're doing a good job on Social media integration too. I mention this because my most successful clients get an order of magnitude more traffic from outside links and social media than they do from all the search engines combined. So, get active on Twitter and Facebook, and promote every update you make. Judging by your current traffic without any search engine records, you're well on your way.
Good luck. Nice looking site!