Whether you are celebrating Ramadan today or tomorrow, I wanted to give a Ramadan gift from me to you! If you were at the Ramadan Market in Toronto this weekend you may have see DIY placemats that I designed. The kids absolutely loved it! I love the idea of making a placemat for Ramadan because … Continue reading FREE DIY Placemat Printable | Ramadan Mubarak!
For most of my community in Napa, I am the first Muslim they've met. Therefore, I serve as an ambassador for Islam in a way. Similarly, my daughter is probably the first Muslim in the classroom. A lot of times, we get invited to our young kids' classroom to talk about Ramadan or Eid. But … Continue reading Ramadan Circle Time: How to talk to your child’s classroom?
The hardest part about Ramadan is that it is 30 days. 30 days is a very long time to keep kids engaged and excited about anything. Decorating our homes is a great way to welcome Ramadan, however after the first week, the excitement dies down. So how do you keep up the momentum through out … Continue reading How to Keep Ramadan Exciting For 30 Days!
Alhumdolilah this year we have been blessed with such amazing decor options for Ramadan. Ranging from advent calendars to lawn decor from Days of Eid, to banners and party supplies from With a spin. All of these together probably bring the Ramadan spirit to your home for you, but how do you get your kids excited … Continue reading Free Lantern Decor Craft Kit Details
You can buy some adorable Ramadan Advent Calendars online (check out my post for some reviews). However, if you are like me, it's too late too order one or you want to try and make one on your own. Lucky for you, the same post has some great DIY ideas for you to try. And … Continue reading DIY Ramadan Advent Calendar
Ramadan is 30 days - that’s a long time to keep a toddler or child excited about anything. Advent calendars successfully keep children excited about Christmas for 25 days, so it’s not surprising that advent calendars are a great way to keep children excited about Ramadan. As a parent, I want my daughter to understand … Continue reading Top Ramadan Advent Calendars | FREE insert printable
When I was pregnant I said “I will never let my child have any screen time.” When she was 6 months old and actually awake for most of the day, so I said “I will let her watch educational videos only.” By her first birthday, my toddler had taken over my old iPad. Though some … Continue reading Top Ten Free Apps For Toddlers – Smarter Screen Time
Me and my husband love books, so even before my daughter had her crib assembled, she had a little collection of books ready to go. As naïve first time parents, we used to love walking into Barnes and Nobles and pick up books that appealed to us rather than my daughter. Fast forward to three … Continue reading Top 10 Muslim Books for Toddlers
Christmas just passed, then Valentine’s Day and now Easter is just around the corner. Living in a predominantly non-muslim country, there is no denying the fact that we will be surrounded by holidays that we don’t celebrate or believe in throughout the year. My parents' attitude towards it was to avoid it. It was almost … Continue reading Christmas as a Muslim Mom
Shab-e-Barat occurs on the night of 14th Shabaan. It is celebrated by Muslims around the world differently, however most agree on the importance of prayer throughout the night. So let me explain my relationship to Shab-e-barat (in a Pakistani culture). Growing up Shab-e-Barat (Night of 14th Shabaan) meant my mom would pull out a long … Continue reading Pixar’s Coco and Shab-e-Barat