Travel

What to pack for Kids [Atlantis, Bahamas]

Packing Tips One of my favorite parts of taking a vacation is shopping for it. Creating a list of everything I need, and then going out to buy all the cute things I probably didn't need. My least favorite part is packing! Well, this post is supposed to help anyone who's planning to make a… Continue reading What to pack for Kids [Atlantis, Bahamas]

Travel

Lancaster Family Trip

This year we decided to do a small staycation with my entire immediate family, that was 8 adults and 6 children ranging from 15 months - 6 years. It was my parents' wish to take us back to where we used to visit when we were that young: Lancaster, Pennsylvania. And honestly, I think it's… Continue reading Lancaster Family Trip

Travel, Uncategorized

A Day Out: Sesame Place July 4th Fest

This would be our first time taking the family to Sesame Place for July 4th and it was a memorable experience. It was a very hot summer day, perfect day for water rides, and it was quite crowded due to the holiday. My kids are at the perfect age for Sesame Place, they recognize and… Continue reading A Day Out: Sesame Place July 4th Fest

Raising Muslim Kids

Fasting with Toddlers…What It’s Really Like

I get asked this question a lot, by friends, family members and even other moms who are going through the same thing. How do you fast with small kids? And I usually don't have a very descriptive answer, because I'm not sure what to say. Is it hard? Yes. Is it doable? Yes. Some days… Continue reading Fasting with Toddlers…What It’s Really Like

Raising Muslim Kids

Ramadan/Eid Basket for Toddlers

This year is definitely a year of firsts for me, as I find myself prepping for Ramadan in ways I hadn't done before. My kids are at an age where they are beginning to understand certain concepts of time, prayer and fasting too. Ramadan is fast approaching and it's an extremely exciting time for bloggers… Continue reading Ramadan/Eid Basket for Toddlers

Raising Muslim Kids, Toddler

Toddler Storytime [At the Mosque]

A little over a year ago, I began to feel overwhelmed with having two toddlers at home. I began escaping the house to find suitable, intriguing activities to keep them occupied, because the days were long and my energy was dwindling. Mostly I would take them to the local library (lucky me I have several… Continue reading Toddler Storytime [At the Mosque]