When your child is old enough to understand the basic concept of money, it can be beneficial to teach them some healthy financial habits. Children are not born with the knowledge that everything in life has a cost and that, if they don’t have the funds, they would not be able to purchase the essentials
Sunday Day 256 – 13th September Was planning to go out for the day but then just got lazy and didn’t go anywhere. Ended up chilling at home, after the first full week of school and then a busy day yesterday we just wanted to rest. We played a game we were sent to review: Dobble 360.
When you think of a zoo, the immediate thought is of acres and acres of land with lots of animals to see, spending a whole day there and leaving with tired legs due to all the walking. However Linton Zoo isn’t like that and therefore is perfect for the little legs. The zoo is more
Sunday Day 250 – 6th September A quiet Sunday. It is back to school next week so took it easy today. Let the kids watch TV etc as once they are back at school I will be limiting there screen time again…although to be fair with Bee’s karate and their Quran classes and the eldest’s homework they
I recently heard about ‘The Proudest Blue” when people were sharing lists of books which were diverse. After googling what it was about, I liked that this book was about hijab and decided to purchase it.
Sunday Day 243 – 30th August I had booked the Heights of Abraham not realising it was the Bank Holiday Weekend. I then worried the traffic might be a bit crazy around the Peak District area but thankfully no problems at all. Had a lovely day, going up in the cable cars, exploring the caves and taking
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Mumsnet and The Week Junior. With Bee now becoming more curious about things she hears and sees, I was looking for a safe and age appropriate way to introduce current affairs to her and The Week Junior provides everything I was looking for. It explains real world
New post in my ongoing Hijab Series is written by sister Faiza Ikram Where I live, wearing the hijab is difficult. You would not think that a piece of cloth could come with so much strife, but today, wearing the hijab is not just a religious act but a political one in the U.S.
This is a sponsored post. My bedroom was fully decorated when we first moved into the property which was over 10 years ago, and it is now due a revamp. As a result I have been thinking about flooring which is suitable for the bedroom and have narrowed it down to 3 choices that I
Sunday Day 236 – 23rd August I was determined to get out today so had booked a zoo which is about an hour away. Had told hubby I was capable of taking the girls as we were always out and about anyway prior to lockdown and he could go to work. He decided to come along. The