This 11 November, join us in our first ever Family Fiesta! There will be free public talks, playdates, food, and shopping – there’s something for everyone in the family!
In this post, I will be sharing some tips and strategies that I personally use to occupy my child’s time without using the TV as a part-time babysitter. As many are already aware, excessive TV is bad for the growing brain and some people would even go so far as to say that any TV at all is bad for EVERYONE, including adults.
If you are in the pink of health and have checked with your own doctor that it is OK for you, then we we thought we would share with you our very own recommendation of top 5 sunnah foods to have for sahur that would help pregnant moms or breastfeeding moms maintain their milk supply!
This is for the mother who is awake at 3am, feeding her baby who is awake for the third time that night, who is staring at the piles of laundry that have remained untouched, who has screamed at her kids too many times that day, who has cried and said a silent “I’m sorry” to the same kids as they lay asleep on their bed.
Earlier in today’s Facebook posting, I shared how we can draw lessons from our children through a process called reflection. In this blog post, I will be focusing on using teachable moments with our children. WHAT IS A TEACHABLE MOMENT? A teachable moment is an unplanned event during the day that adults can use as a learning…