‘Never mind. In sha Allah next time you will be blessed with a baby boy’. That is one of the comments I had to hear when I gave birth to my second daughter. I come from a culture where growing up I saw how much importance was given to baby boys. Sweets were handed out
My niece recently had her first child making me a great Aunt (and making me feel old!) so I spent a lot of time online looking for a perfect gift for the baby. Here are my suggestions for a gift ideas for a new muslim baby.
After their successful launch of for aisha UK’s first halal baby food in pouches in 2015, and then the subsequent launch of their stage 3 pouches in 2016, for aisha have added a new addition to their range. Not just a new addition but they have completely rebranded their existing range with new packaging. The
When I was weaning Munchkin I did use jarred baby food but options were limited as they were not halal. There was some halal baby food in jars back then but the flavours were limited and Munchkin did not like them. When I weaned Bee the majority of her food I prepared myself and kept
Can you believe it? It only seems like it was a few months ago I made my pregnancy public on this blog, and then shared my birth story. And now my little Bee is 2 and could start nursery in January. I say ‘could’ as she is entitled to go at 2 but doesn’t have
How about some messy play? Those 2 words, ‘messy play’ would strike fear into me and I would go all pale and start sweating. My legs would turn to jelly and I would need to sit down and take deep breaths. OK maybe not that dramatically but I am not a fan of messy play.
I am ashamed to admit that my first aid knowledge is barely existent. The last time I did a first aid course was at junior school when I was around 10. When I had Munchkin I kept telling myself that I needed to go on a course but time just flew by and it wasn’t
My regular readers will know that I am on a mission to get out more in winter….as I tend to stick the heating on permanently and hibernate….only going out when it’s necessary. And the Country Kids linky over at Coombe Mill blog inspires me and gives me the motivation to get my lazy backside up