I’ve been thinking of this post for a while now. Earlier this year, my daughter has received a bunch of stories as a gift from our friends who live abroad. We loved all as they have great lessons to teach kids, but there was one that I really wanted my daughter to listen to every… Continue reading Being Bullied Is No Fun!
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
I felt bad last night! This little lady of ours is not so little anymore. She’s growing up so fast and has lots of things to do and say but not willing to do any thing we ask her to do easily! I know she’s missing life in Lebanon after a month vacation playing freely… Continue reading I Felt Bad Last Night
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!
Lately, and as my kids are growing up away from home, I started realizing how different they are when they reunite with their cousins during our summer vacations or holidays’ short trips to Lebanon. It feels like everyone recognize them as the “living in Dubai kids”. How not and they are so good in showing it?! I’ll… Continue reading How to know a “Dubai raised” kiddo!
“Sleep is the golden chain that binds health and our bodies together.” Thomas Dekker As we all know, babies, children and teens need to sleep more than adults do. And since I’m dealing with a threenager these days, sleep is so essential and yet a challenge. If it happened you read my post “Are you… Continue reading Sleep is the solution!
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?
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”
Moms’ shopping lists are a never ending story but going through essentials, a mom’s main concern is having the best gear for her little ones. Decisions are always affected by safety, comfort, style, ease of use and price. So to help you out with one tick from your list, I’m going to introduce you to Pikkabo 2… Continue reading Pikkaboo – 2in1 Stroller & Bassinet
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