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Pompom Art

Pompom Art

Quarantine Ramadan crafts are a necessity if you have little kids! Seriously.  Try to be creative and use what you have on hand. If you don’t have much, I suggest Joann or Michaels curbside pickup! Stock up for your sanity!  I had hundreds of pompoms, so that’s what I decided to use. Then my younger daughter changed her mind and decided to use glitter, which i had plenty of as well, Alhamdulillah!  I bought a pack of canvases years ago from Michaels, so we used those. If you dont have any canvases, use regular paper. You can frame the artwork...

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Pakora Recipe

Pakora Recipe

I’ve been told once or twice by friends that my pakoras are better than their moms pakoras. That’s a pretty much the biggest food compliment a person can give another.  Pakora’s are one of those dishes that vary greatly because everyone has their own versions, and this is mine. Whenever I’ve made it for guests, they’ve not only raved about them, but made me make them some more :)  And since I’m not one to keep something delicious a secret, I’m sharing my recipe with you, so enjoy! Chop veggies.  Combine besan and water, mix with whisk until all the lumps...

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How I'm Helping My Kids Become More Responsible And Independent With A Weekly Calendar

How I'm Helping My Kids Become More Responsible And Independent With A Weekly Calendar

Weekly schedule calendar to help kids become more responsible and independent.

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Kids After School Snack Attack -Trader Joe's Edition

Kids After School Snack Attack -Trader Joe's Edition

I don't think a day has gone by where my kids didn't say "I'm hungry" within 5 minutes of being home after school! And I know I'm not alone. Kids are famished by the time they get home, school takes a lot out of them. That's why I used to google and pinterest "kids after school snacks" all the time. Some of this stuff was laughable - roasted chickpeas? That'll keep my 6 year old full for maybe 20 minutes. Dinner in my house isn't until almost 7, so I need the snack to be able to hold off the...

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Teaching Alhamdulillah To Kids

Teaching Alhamdulillah To Kids

Teaching kids gratitude and to say Alhamdulillah can be challenging! But giving them visuals, discussing things they are grateful to Allah for every night, and making it fun for them will help them become more grateful Muslims inshaAllah!

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