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Top book picks for your kid’s Ramadan box

As a parent, cultivating a love for books and reading is very important to me. Just as important to me is cultivating a love for our beautiful  religion of Islam. So obviously Islamic books for kids are a good way to do this. Last year we started making a Ramadan Box for Rushdi and it included two of our favourite Ramadan books. He loves them so much that we read them constantly throughout the year. Read more: The Mom’s Guide to preparing for Ramadan My First Ramadan This story  ...

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My kids favourite books this March

It’s so important that my kids have a love for reading because it just opens up so many worlds for them. As I child I spent hours with my nose buried in a book. Transported on adventures with the Secret Seven or off gallivanting with Jo, Bessie and Fannie up the Faraway Tree. Reading is such a big pleasure in my life so I really hope my kids find some solice and joy in them too. So every two weeks we head to the library to get books for school but also just for fun. These are the  ...

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September Book Picks

Hello lovelies! I’m a big old book nerd if you didn’t know already. And it’s something I want to incorporate more on the blog. So this month I’m bringing you the first installment of my Book Picks for the month both for kids and I’ll throw in anything new that I’m reading as well (if I get the chance). Dr. Seuss Sleep Book This is one of the first Dr Seuss books we’ve added to our collection. Y’all this book is LONG! It’s a fun read, in  ...

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Why Pregnancy Sense is the best book if you’re expecting

Preggy brain is a very real thing. Just as a regular human I am a los kop (I mean, the amount of jerseys and sunglasses I’ve lost over the years!), so porridge brain is really not helping my case in every aspect of my life. The latest thing to earn me the Mommy Fail award happened just this past Friday. You see, it was Spring Hat Day at school and I forgot. I sent The Munchkin off to school with no hat and I cried when I realised. Luckily teachers account for idiot parents like me and  ...

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