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
I am always on the lookout for affordable children’s clothing for the girls so when I heard about Esprit I thought it would be fun to do a wish list of some items for Bee. I have only recently been introduced to Esprit and some of their clothes for girls are so adorable, and the
Migo & Ali, Love for the Prophets Author: Zanib Mian Illustrator: Tugrul Karacan Publisher: Muslim Children’s Books Hardback RRP: £14.00 This book has been lovingly compiled by popular demand from parents and children, after the author shared her love for the Prophets series on social media. To help your children have a good Islamic
Bee is so different from her sister and loves all things pink, dolls, teddies, clothes and shoes. So when we learnt of the new range of Silver Cross dolls prams….with some being pink…..of course she had to see and try them out! Play like Mum have a range of dolls prams and pushchairs to suit
Have a Hello Kitty fan in your house? Then Hello Kitty have got you covered when it is time for back to school! And if you don’t know about Hello Kitty then Hello Kitty is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio and is pretty popular. Both my girls have started new journeys
As a homeschool mum, my lifestyle is probably quite different to most people’s. I spend all my time with my children, I do not have to do the school run and I have a house full of educational books and resources. You may be wondering how I do it. What is it like to have
It can be a daunting task eating out with younger children, but its also an amazing opportunity for the kids to get out and experience new foods and practice those table manners. Mine are 5,3 and two months old and I have had my fair share of restaurant disasters. Here are some of my tips on surviving, no scrap that; ENJOYING your family
Mommy Who is Allah? Al-Khaliq (The Creator) Author: Zainab Jones Illustrator: Vicky Amrullah Publisher: Djarabi Kitabs Publishing Author Bio: Zainab Jones is a Muslim American wife and mother. She has taught English as a Second Language in the Middle East for over fifteen years. Besides teaching, she writes informative essays and poetry.This is her first children’s book.