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homeschooling

Homeschooling Hiccups: Challenges Outside the Box

Homeschooling parents often talk about the joys of home educating their children, since they become able to build strong relationships with them encouraging them to develop as individuals rather than file numbers. In essence, homeschooling does entail gleeful shrieks while running in fields of bright Marigolds, but this does not mean it comes without challenges. …

human

Raising a Human

Before marriage, all potential parents dream of their honorable offspring and vow on how they will be raising a strong personality or even a hero. Many mothers decide not to work in order to be there for their children. Then, their dream comes true and reality steps in. They are truly blessed with a wonderful …

working mom

For Working Moms: Make Life Easier for Yourself

Being a working mother is tough. It’s not easy to spend whole days trying to fulfill your responsibilities in two different places, home and work. It’s neither easy to let go of the feeling of guilt you are always plagued with when you think of your kids. No, please don’t get frustrated, there is good …

Qur'an

Define the “Qur’an Vision” For Your Family

Every human being is unique. What a precious gift of Allah this uniqueness is! It enables each one of us to use our exclusive set of talents and abilities, to acquire our own little pool of knowledge, through our own distinct style of learning, and to weave our own “one-of-a-kind yarn” in life. Almost all …

Juggling Motherhood and Celebrating `Eid

Juggling Motherhood and Celebrating `Eid

`Eid is here. It’s you, your husband, this great festivity and…a truck load of children. Even on “normal” days, quite a lot of the havoc can be overwhelming. Preparing food, getting out of the house, keeping those tantrums at bay – it sounds like it nearly can’t be done. Nonetheless, when there is a will …

My Job Is a Full-time Mother

My Job Is a Full-time Mother

British author, George Orwell, once said, “We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.” As true as this may have been during Orwell’s lifetime—he died in 1950—it seems even more so in our contemporary discussions about the importance of motherhood. Why is …

Ramadan

Are Your Children Ready for Ramadan?

Ramadan is always a very special time for Muslims all over the globe. It’s a time for closeness to our Creator, for spiritual healing, for asking for forgiveness and seeking Allah’s content with us. But sometimes we don’t really know how to make our children feel the uniqueness of this holy month; some other times …

Mom’s Survival Tips While Dad Is Away

You know it is coming soon, anticipation is in the air, it has been a while and your husband is just going to utter those dreaded words. “I have a business trip.” Here we go again. Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a single mother although you are not officially one? …

I Shall Guard the Fingers that Hit the Keyboard

I Shall Cleanse My Heart and Guard My Tongue… As Well As My Fingers That Hit the Keyboard! Babies are often described as white canvases: innocent and mono-colored, untarnished and pure. The color, shade, or hue they finally assume comes from their surroundings — their family, extended relatives, peers, school, and the general environment that …



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