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The Blue Sky Tag

I had the pleasure (and challenge) of being nominated for the Blue Sky Tag by The Scottish Muslimah. I have only been at this blog for a very short period, but have followed her blog from the start. 1,061 more words

American Muslim

Hamza Learns about Charity by Ameena Chaudhry

It is hard to believe I haven’t reviewed any of the seven Hamza books in the series.  They are perfect for 2-6 year olds (older kids will enjoy them too), and all are both informative and silly.   203 more words

Elementary Fiction

Day Eight: Checking My Modesty

I’ve often been reminded, mostly by some condescending boy, that I should fear Allah when I speak. That usually doesn’t end very well for them. 697 more words

Life

Co-Wife Club- Surah Yasin

“Be mindful of what lies ahead”….. Maryam pondered these words and considered what she had sent forward by way of deeds.  She thought of those things she had left behind.   1,209 more words

American Muslim

Day One: Plan Your Work

My mother’s favorite piece of advice is “plan your work and work your plan”. Everything, according to her, can be overcome if you simply have a well thought out plan and stick to it. 788 more words

Ramadan

Book review: It Must Have Been You! By Zanib Mian

It must have been You! By Zanib Mian and illustrated by Fatima Mian.

This super book is a heart warming read aloud book that my eldest daughter (whom I normally call Little One) has taken quite a liking to. 520 more words

A mother's story - in her words

It is always inspiring to read or listen to other’s stories and struggles when it cones to special needs. Because when you are in your realm, it always feels you are sufferring more, but when you go out into the world- and I mean really get out of your tiny world – volunteer in schools, social working organizations, make yourself available for parents who are scared of new babies with special needs ( Yes! 148 more words

Special Needs