As it’s really hot outside, and mommies are looking for ideas to keep the kiddos busy, here’s a guest post that came just on time to help you with an activity idea that can be easily done and played at home and keep them engaged for quite some time. “Did you know that a baby… Continue reading Guest Post: Save the Fingerlings Activity
Living Simply is a set of mind in which you train your self to reach. And since ever I started growing up, I’ve learned not to take things for granted and this is a major point in living simply. To live simply is not easy to reach yet doable. Have a look on below list,… Continue reading Living Simply Is All What Matters!
Last week, I posted a quote on Instagram about patience with a caption about threenagers. One of the comments I received was: “What is a threenager?”. So I decided to give you a closer look on one! Our daughter is 3.5 years now and day after day, she makes me so confident that we’ve been… Continue reading Are you living with a Threenager?
A month ago, I experienced severe choking for the first time in my life and trust me, it’s something no one wishes to try. I was having a piece of brown toast when our cousin said something funny and all of a sudden I found myself choking and unable to breath. The worst thing was… Continue reading Choking – Good To Know
Every year, around this time (or a bit earlier for people who are a more organized than me), we start our search for the perfect Christmas/Holiday presents.And if you are not running a bank or a sort of similar job, you’ll start your new year with an empty credit card and bank account. Yep! that… Continue reading Holidays’ Shopping Guide on BUDGET!
Two weeks ago, my daughter had a 3-days high fever sickness. It was just fever and then it disappeared.We didn’t visit the doctor as usually she advises to monitor the fever for 2 days and then if it keeps on going up we take further actions. We just used Panadol to keep the fever under… Continue reading Diagnosed with “Hand, Foot & Mouth”
When my daughter was born, she had all sorts of gifts. Clothes, baby gear, gold necklaces and bracelets, toys, blankets… but only one gift came with a beautiful wrap and a cute pink teddy hanging out on the gift box. Later on, when Ghazal was two months old, I started using the teddy as part of… Continue reading Our Transitional Teddy
Time!! It’s all about time. Mommies, I hear you well. How not and it’s been my answer for the past five and a half years. Whenever I discuss this with myself, I just blame it on time. Whenever I have a chat with anyone about staying fit, I blame it on time. But guess what,… Continue reading Working Mamas: Stay Fit!
Very long time ago, vaginal delivery was the only way of having babies. Only in the 18th century, medical assistance appeared and doctors and hospitals started to spread and later were accepted by people. Now-a-days, cesarean delivery, is taking over even when no emergency or medical reason emerge. I’ve been thinking of writing this post… Continue reading Natural VS Cesarean Delivery
Ever since my daughter was born, she loved to sleep on her own in her crib. Even when we tried to get her sleep in our bed, she refused. Recently, little princess started to like the idea of co-sleeping and is joining us for some nights. Both my husband and I are enjoying it, no matter… Continue reading Co-Sleeping: Advantages & Disadvantages