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Mom’s Ramadan Reflections – Day 1: Caffeine Fix

I'm ecstatic that Ramadan is finally here. Although today is already looking like it will be a very challenging first fast for me, I'm strangely filled with peace. Maybe it's because I'm finally going to get my much needed faith-fix. At the beginning of Ramadan, the number one thing most people miss in their day… Continue reading Mom’s Ramadan Reflections – Day 1: Caffeine Fix

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A Mom’s Ramadan Reflections: Introduction

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan is approaching - and I'm nervous! Ramadan is the time when Muslims fast every day from sunrise to sunset for 30 days straight. But it is so much more than that. During this one month, Muslims all over the world remarkably put their lives on pause and spend their… Continue reading A Mom’s Ramadan Reflections: Introduction

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Reminder: Nap when your baby naps.

My baby and I just took a 15 minute power nap in the parking lot of my children's school. Slightly creepy? Yes. Just doing whatever a mom's gotta do? Hell yes. Here the thing, Zahra just got her 1 year vaccines this morning. She's been a miserable mess ever since. Not crying. But uneasy. Getting… Continue reading Reminder: Nap when your baby naps.

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Trust me, it’s gonna be okay.

To all my fellow supermoms who work so hard to manage their littles and their personal lives as perfectly as possible, I have a short but powerful message from Elsa of Annandale: "LET IT GO. LET IT GOOOOOOOO." I'm so serious, start letting things go! I have realized in my four short years of mommyhood,… Continue reading Trust me, it’s gonna be okay.

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Celebrating Our Parents

I attended a 70th birthday party this past weekend, for my mother-in-law's best friend. It was hosted by her two grown children, all her closest friends were invited, and it was a fancy affair held in a ballroom with all the pomp and circumstance. I didn't think too much of the event initially - but… Continue reading Celebrating Our Parents