So this marks the first step of me Drawing comics myself on a software. How cool is that? 😀
Okay, so I really wanted to do something like this for a very long time. I feel, sometimes, people who do not believe in celebrating ‘Days’ usually do not believe in celebrating life at all. They go on saying that ‘love is not confined to Valentine or mothers day etc’ but they don’t do anything special for any other day for the rest of the year as well. That’s kind of ironic.
Having said that, well I do not endorse or believe in Valentine day at all because of all the reasons! I believe in the Prophetic Tradition instead 🙂
the kids of the same age are gonna squabble and bicker and quarrel – especially right after mom has put her prayer rug and has started to pray
The interesting thing about life is that everything is relative. Which means that a slight change in:
- situations and circumstances you are in
- the perspective you have
- the emotions you are going through
- even the hormones
- physical state you are in! etc
We are doing very slow and seems like we are stuck at T 😉 but insha Allah we will do it tomorrow~ For letter R we did the following:
Guest post by Nicole Gardiner
When it comes to cleaning the kids room, we always have a little voice in our head that says: “Why should I clean that, it will look exactly the same way right after I am done.”
But, having a clean kids room is possible, you just need the right system and tricks for your stuff to remain organized, below are 4 ways to do it:
It is easier to organize a kids room by category. Put similar type of stuff at the one place. Like books at one corner, stuffed toys on the shelf, kitchen toys in a bucket near a play kitchen, cars in the drawers etc.
Once you have the designated place for different type or every category of toys; you can move on to the next step.
Every parent knows just how much energy kids have and how important it is to get rid of that extra energy during the day if you want to have peaceful evenings and nights. Probably the best way for kids to have fun and tire out is through play, ideally somewhere away from your expensive flat-screen TV and fragile living room decorations. The basement could be the perfect place for a kids’ playroom once it’s fixed up and decorated. So, roll up your sleeves and get decorating!
First things first
Turning your basement into a fun playroom isn’t just about decoration and toys. Especially if your basement has been lying empty, unused and neglected for some time, you need to check the condition of your walls and windows. Most basements need additional insulation as well as energy-efficient windows to provide light and ventilation. Also, make sure to check all your pipes for leaks and your ceiling for any damage. Only after you’ve made sure the space is completely safe, you can start your renovation. Continue reading