Sight. An important sense that we have but one that can be overlooked and not always cared for. But getting your eyes checked is a very straightforward process. And if you are in the UK, free for under 16’s.
I have said before that growing up there were not many (if at all any) children’s Islamic books. Now our children are getting a range of books to help with their Islamic studies. With hajj coming up I thought we would share some of the books we have relating to the hajj.
My Muslim Mums in Business series focus’s on inspirational Muslim women, who are balancing the art of motherhood along with running businesses. PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND YOUR BUSINESS. Salaam, I’m Maryam and I’m an Early Years Consultant with a holistic approach to education. I’m a homeschooling mum to two amazing little girls. I support parents with their
Growing up as a child Ramadan didn’t seem anything special. The parents were praying more and the house was quieter than usual…..the main thing I enjoyed was in the summer months when dad came home to break his fast; I used to sneak down past my bedtime and eat with him. I don’t think mum
It is the season for colds and flu. Attendance at Bee’s school has taken a hit and it is all blamed on winter and the cold weather. In part that is true but the cold virus’s are around all year long…we are just more susceptible to them in the colder months due to being indoors
Disclosure: We were sent a David Charles Childrenswear dress for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. Although Bee is quite awesome with her karate moves, she is also a bit of a girly girl and loves dresses and all things pink. So when she was offered the chance to try
I am one of these people that tends to get slightly nervous of baking with kids. Rather than the cute images of bits of flour on their face and perfectly baked cookies…I have visions of a kitchen looking like a bomb has gone off, with the kids looking like they have been rolling around in
This post may contain affiliate links. Now that Bee is 5 we have been focusing a lot more on her learning her Arabic alphabet in preparation for her reciting her Quran. She is currently attending madrassah and we have been helping her at home, even before she started attending classes. I remember when I was