Inside: Age by age guide on how to encourage children to pray Salah naturally with gentle parenting techniques. This post is sponsored by My Salah Mat– an interactive prayer mat that teaches children to pray in a fun way. You can read my review of the mat here.
Do you know about the Saudi National Day? Find out how we celebrate this day plus we are sharing some Saudi National day art ideas for kids!
Last week, my children and I attended the Bounce Summer Camp. Here is the Bounce Inc. Jeddah Review + Summer Camp details. I am giving away three tickets so read to the end!
Inside: How to choose the right school for your child. Whether it is kindergarten, primary school or high school, choosing the right school is a careful decision. How to go about researching the schools to find what is best for your child and his future?
Inside: I talk to Shareefa Basyyoni, founder and CEO of Pathways Jeddah – a not for profit community for expat women in Jeddah. Together we look at Life in Saudi Arabia and the need for a community.
This is a SPONSORED POST written by me on behalf of iHerb. All opinions are 100% mine. It is Chicken soup and Ginger-Cinnamon tea season again! 🙂 With children back at school and the weather changing, infections and the flu are doing the rounds in every household. I’m partnering with iHerb and Nature’s Way to share the best way to keep your family…
Inside: Read the review of the children’s book Surprise by Zaheera Jina.
In this post: Review of the Muslim Doll Jenna the Quran Teacher. It is a modest Barbie style doll that was launched 4 months ago. Perfect gift for little Muslimahs to look up to.
In this post: Find out about Libraries in Jeddah and where they are located. We have included the public libraries as well as the privately owned ones. I have also included information about what kind of books they have and who they cater to.
What to see in Al Qunfudhah, where to stay and what to do in this seaside town, on the coast of Red Sea, plus a few tips on traveling with children.