I am a Libyan American who creates art to promote a positive image of Arab and Islamic culture. I have produce Arabic educational products and craft tutorials on my blog to help children learn more about the Arab world. I am also an art teacher at local schools and a storyteller at local libraries.
The ACraftyArab.com is full of fun and educational tutorials, printables, book lists and other resources to learn more about the Arab world. There are articles for children and adults that explore the MENA region of our planet, also called the Middle East and North Africa. Koloud ‘Kay’ Tarapolsi uses her years as an artists and educational background in art history to produce original content. Be sure to stop by and check out the Crafty Ramadan 30 Day Challenge, on it’s 6th year.
Iman is a working mum of two, a wife and organising junkie. She blogs over at And then she said, where she shares the beautiful, chaotic, ever-changing life journey that she’s on through her parenting experiences, organising and creative projects, great finds, and lots of family friendly recipes.
AYEINA as a whole is a hub for Muslims to reflect – Reflections that lead to positivity through #AlhamdulillahForSeries. A community of people trying to strengthen their Islamic identity and make the best of both worlds.
I’m a first time Mummy, a Muslimah, a Wife to an annoying but loveable husband. I’m an Explorer , Shopper all things Stationery lover. I promise to deliver all things mummy with a dash of Bengali, a sprinkle of crafts , coated in laughs, best of all I get to connect with you and maybe share a lesson or two!
by breharne is a blog I created to share the good, bad and ugly of all things mum life. You will find post relating to parenting, travelling with children, education and lifestyle topics.
Dentist by profession. Currently on a sabbatical and enjoy being a stay at home mum to my one year old. Relearning about myself and the world through the parenting experience. I blog mostly on motherhood, faith and dentistry. Ocassionally delve in to creative writing. I do reviews of children’s products and also books.
Life completely changes with a child! It becomes a lot more chaotic but so much fun, and fulfilling. In my blog, I speak about topics that are important to me as a parents, ans I try and understand how different parents make different decisions as well. Our life – be it our travels,, our adventure, our arts and crafts, I try and highlight a little bit of everyting!
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING was founded by Papatia Feauxzar in May 2013. Djarabi means Love in Mandinga, her ancestral tribe.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING therefore promotes love books and books that promote justice, freedom of speech, peace and understanding in the community.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING is now a leader in publishing books written by Muslims for both a religious and mainstream audience.
Probably there is no such thing as a perfect parent. Anyone who claims to being it is probably lying. Here is an observant and learning mother sharing her usual experiences on parenting, home and life in general. Hope you enjoy!
Selling a huge range of hijabs, hijab pins, underscarves and gifts. Soon launching into Abayas.
This is your one stop for Islamic parenting guide and educational activities. Let me help you to nurture your child.
This is the teaching blog of Jameela Ho, mother to teenagers and teacher to young children. Jameela has produced many books, programs and printables to help teach children. Get free printables and the free Teaching Techniques ebook to easily teach your child on this blog.
In Knowledge Dunes, we prepare worksheets, quizzes and E-Book and many more that have been integrated with Islamic studies, following Al Quran And As-Sunnah from the understanding of the pious predecessors. Different type of materials are catered for small kids, teenagers, breastfeeding mum and homeschooling mums.
Knowledge Dunes provides e-books, worksheets, lesson plans and posters that has integrated Islamic knowledge.
Middle Way Mom supports mothers in their homeschooling journey with tips and tricks, thoughts on parenting, great resources, and honest musings on the struggles of daily life as a homeschooling mom.
Simply a mama is a blog that will take you through my journey into motherhood being a first time mum. I’m a daughter, a sister, a wife, a friend, a graduate but most importantly I’m Simply A Mama.
The website is run by Umm Amina. Mainly, she writes things related to wedding, marriage, and intercultural family. She is also passionate about tech and shares her own blogging tips and tutorials. She occasionally share her advice on saving money, making money, and money management in general.
The Muslim Mother Source blog is all about helping Muslim mothers, new or seasoned by providing helpful tips and sources. Through Muslim Mother Source, you’ll find helpful resources and information relevant to caring for and raising happy and healthy but most importantly righteous children
Muslimah Mom is an emerging online publication, inspiring mothers through the roller coaster journey of motherhood, with the Quran and Sunnah leading the way.
Motivational & Inspiring articles from everyday life with an Islamic Perspective. To help build positive individuals, families and communities to make the world a beautiful place & strive for the best in Deen, Dunya & Aakhirah.
My blog focuses on issues pertaining to motherhood, especially from the perspective of Muslims. We also write about other things including children, recipes, breastfeeding etc
I wanted to compile all my articles which were published on different blogs into one platform. That is how I came up with “prettyveil”. A blog of my own Alhamdullilah showcasing all my work to the world.
Pray you all benefit from it.
Share my 24/7 life while being a mother and a housewife & my simple and budget friendly lifestyle in qatar, amazing and yummilicious recipes, reviews, and so much more interesting thoughts .
I have a girl and a boy and I am a stay-at-home mum. I used to be a secondary English teacher, but exchanged that life to become a human handkerchief. I am by no means a parenting expert, if there is such a thing, nor do I intend to advise anyone. I just want to provide a place where I can complain about how annoying my kids and husband are and then boast about how great they are all in the same sentence. There are many mummy blogs out there that provide very sensible and spiritually uplifting advice. Mine is not one of them. But if you’re after some refreshing honesty with a side order of contempt then you’ve come to the right place.
I am a biochemist and nutritionist currently working from home. A mum of three with diverse interests, I write an eclectic blog on lifestyle, parenting, travel, health and food. And also a lot about places, events, restaurant reviews, experience – in general my life in Qatar, the country where I was raised.
I being a first time mom was naive to parenting and googled every little thing during my pregnancy and after the birth of my baby. I basically research everything about pregnancy and babies!😅 I wanted to share this knowledge of mine with everyone and thus started a blog of my own.
The Life of Aaliyah focuses on my journey into motherhood with a mix of religious, beauty, parenting and lifestyle posts
I home educate my five children ages 13, 11, 8, 5 & 2 who have never been to school.
BA(hons) English Language & Literature
Follow us on Instagram @theworldistheirclassroom
Sharing my own recipes, seeking out the best offers & deals around town, reviewing eateries for their accessibility, friendliness and of course thriftiness!
Sharing tried and tested parenting hacks, Getting crafty and also sharing some home learning techniques for the little ones!
Join me here to get a REAL perspective on a specific topic or product related to motherhood or your baby. Whether you are trying to find out what to do about the terrible two’s, teething, or having a generally overwhelming day I want to be able to connect with you and say, mama it will be ok, this happens, and we will get through this.
From “Kitchen Diaries” to “Tips on dealing with in laws” to “Poetry” – my blog is a khichdi (a dish) but with spices. I use my blog as a platform to share my opinions. Any topic that interests me or any thought that irritates me or any subject that is shushed away under the rug – makes its way to my blog. While I hold not much in terms of secular education, life and it’s experiences have made me who I am today.
I am Sara and currently on extended maternity leave. I am wife to Mr S, Mum to crazy boys A & Z and a bouncing baby girl M.
I have decided to write about one of my passions; food. My ramblings will mainly be about what my family eat, our recipes and reviews of halal joints with an emphasis on how family friendly they are.