The moment I saw the title of the book, I knew what the author meant as if it was written for me. Black Milk by Elif Shafak, renowned novelist from Turkey, is a memoir described as ‘a thoughtful and incisive meditation on literature, motherhood, and spiritual well-being.’ Although I enjoy reading, I am not good at writing book reviews. As a… Continue reading Black milk: an identity crisis
My Post on World Moms Blog http://www.worldmomsblog.com/2015/12/21/oman-raising-children-global-citizens/ Love, Ibtisam
My son H has recently been interested in some kind of toy products known as 'Trashpack'. You collect these small toys, and/or exchange some with other kids and brag about how much you have been collecting. The more collection you have, the more impressive you become between your peers. I wasn't sure initially… Continue reading TrashPack and Peer pressure..
A conversation with my children (was in Arabic and sounded much better before my translation here :D): Me while taking little R to the bathroom, "babies love to smile, be like them. It's good to smile as much as you can". U: "but why grownups don't smile so often?" Me: "because they forget… Continue reading Smiles.. and a lesson for me..