July 31, 2011

Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan Kareem, everyone! It's tomorrow and last night we put up some decorations. I still want to get some lights and a lantern inshaAllah.



12 comments:

  1. Ramadhan Mubarak Mona! It's great that the kids are getting excited about Ramadhan as well. Oh and look how much you have helped raised for the Somalian Famine fund. MashaAllah. May Allah swt reward you for your efforts!

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  2. Ramadan Kareem to you and your family. B and I were just saying how we hope to spend next Ramadan & Eid in Egypt with his family as we miss the atmosphere in the evenings. :)

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  3. Shahira Elaiza, Alhamdulillah, they are excited!

    Lala, :) Thanks.

    TheOmaniBrit, there is definitely a certain something about Ramadan in Egypt!

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  4. Ramadan Mubarak!!

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  5. Assalam-alaikam dear Sister,
    Ramadan Kareem!
    May Allah (SWT) bless you with good health, increased ibadah, increased rizq, tranquillity and his pleasure insh’Allah.


    Lovely decorations by the way! Need to do this with my kids too.

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  6. Anonymous3:13 AM

    For all those with kiddies and/or young siblings :-)

    http://aconvertslife.blogspot.com/2011/07/how-to-make-ramadan-fun-for-kids.html?spref=fb

    Ramadan Kareem to you and your family :)
    May Allah accept your prayers and fasts, ameen.

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  7. Foz, same to you! :) Thanks.

    Umm Salihah, Alaikum alsalam. Ameen thank you!

    Anonymous, there are some great Ideas there. Last year I didn't have a crescent cookie cutter but you can make crescent with a circle/cup by making a circle then moving it over a bit. Ameen, thank you!

    Salma@Chasing Rainbow, Ramadan Kareem to you too,thanks! :)

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  8. Assalamu Aleykum,

    Ramadan Kareem to you and your family!MashALLAH you've done a great job with the decorating part!

    Lot of love from France :)

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  9. Um Zakaraya, thanks. Ramadan Kareem to you too! :)

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  10. Ramadan Kareem Mama Mona!
    That seems like a fun celebration.
    My best ramadan wishes to you and your family.

    Love lots,
    JV

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