Posts filed under: Infants and Toddlers

By Madiha Malik An interview with Faiza Furqan Nguyen: Author of One Black Cat Aik Kala Billa ( bilingual book) Please tell us a little bit about yourself:  My name...
By: Madiha Malik Dr. Tasnuva Tunna is a Pharmacist, published scientist, and a mother of two. In this two part interview, she shares her courageous journey as she strives to...
By: Rumaisa Bilal Being a homeschooler with young kids I try to prepare lessons to combine different topics in one activity per day. So as a unit study we decided...
By:Samia Anwar Do you ever feel like you are drowning in toy clutter? Toys and playrooms are meant to inspire learning not overwhelm. Take control of your toy clutter with...
By: Madiha Malik   Kindergarten Starting school is such an exciting time for children and parents. As they start learning to read, there are many strategies that educators use to...
By: Mona Ismaeil Like most Canadians, you probably had big plans for the summer. With school out, and the weather looking gorgeous you likely had a whole bucket list of things...
By Khaula Mazhar Nothing in the world can prepare you for raising twins. I raised three kids before I had twins (God has an awesome sense of humour) but I still...
By: Khaula Mazhar How about don’t? Have you not had enough fun with your first baby? Was 9 months of vomiting, nausea, swollen feet, back aches and the inability to...
By: Marzia Shamsi    From the time I became a mother for the first time I have been very particular about what I ate while I breast fed my kids...
By: Mona Ismaeil Children are sponges, sucking up all the world has to offer. They are always learning. Even when you least expect, they are learning. They are learning about relationships,...