Wednesday, December 09, 2009

A typical day in the life of me..

Wake, feed, pray, eat , cajole, rush, drive, listen MP3 quran, drive, grocery-shop, feed, change nappy, eat, pray, drive, feed , pray, feed some more hungry mouths, help with homework/quran, pray, yell 'turn the computer off', prepare food, cajole to eat it, cajole to get them to bed, set timer on mobile to get them to bed, think '10 pm could be the best time to do drawing, spelling,maths, hanging on the exercise bar, chasing up and down, but we have to be up before 7 am tomorrow', grab some food, pray, type this, collapse in bed.


ummrashid said...

So, are we to take it that if we don't see a post in a while this is what you've been up to?
Thinking of you,xxx

UmSuhayb b David said...

well yes, or rather that's why posts have been a bit thin on the ground recently. So many dentist visits, generally being a bit off colour /caring for sick kids, the usual, but just a bit more than normal..

Anonymous said...

Masha Allaah sis! It is great to see a sister homeschooling in Sweden, I didnt know it was possible considering, even though HS is permitted through the law, few ppl actually practised. It also great that you send your kids to dagis to socialize and become proficient in swedish.

Additionally, your decision to HS through english will greatly benefit you once you decide to move to other parts of world. Your children will readily adapt to english international curriculums if so choose.

May Allaah make the path of bringing up righteous children, easy!!

Anonymous said...

well actually youll see, anonymous, that we are not homeschooling as such. We were denied permission (see posts in spring/ summer 2008).
I do try to do stuff with them out of school hours,but this is relatively limited. but Alhamdulillah.
And amin to your dua