Ramadan is only 10 days away (maybe 11, or 12 you never know with the moon). Recently there has been a surplus of amazing resources online. There are DIY crafts, ready made goods, and just simple parenting advice on how to get the most out of your Ramadan.
If you are feeling overwhelmed, don’t worry you aren’t alone. We’ve done you a favor and come up with some amazing craft and decor ideas all in one place. Follow along and feel inspired so you can spend more time making the craft than looking for one!
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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 if all fails, there always is pintrest right? For the first time this year, I went ahead and made my own advent calendar. It took me a 20 minutes to make and cost me around $10. Here are my detailed instructions (with links to amazon!)
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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 the meaning of Ramadan, not just celebrate it.
Continue reading Top Ramadan Advent Calendars | FREE insert printable
So you know those people you meet with perfect handwriting that make a grocery list look pintrest worthy? Yeah I’m not one of them! Instead, I use this simple hack to make my handwriting look like I’m one of those people
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So with Thanksgiving and the other holidays around the corner, as an imigrant muslim mom, I always feel unsure of how to approach them.
On the one hand, I love Turkey…and food. But on the other hand, am I confusing my child by celeberating holidays from other cultures?
But first, lets just stare at a picture of a mouthwatering turkey…
Continue reading Thanksgiving….or Alhamdolilah Day?