el7mdellah (thank god) I was able to fast the whole month without breaking my fast. Many people advised me not to fast because I’m pregnant & that the baby needs food bla bla bla … etc. The thing is I didn’t really believe that a pregnant woman should not fast as long as she’s having a healthy easy pregnancy.
I 1st asked my Dr. If it’s ok to fast, she told me if I don’t feel anything is wrong then yes I can fast. Then I searched the web about whether a pregnant woman is allowed to break her fast & I found that “If the woman is fearing that fasting will harm her or her baby then she can break her fast” Or if she’s getting tired/sick etc then she can break her fast also.
I’m not gonna lie to you, I thought of breaking my fast a couple of times because of the lousy heartburn that came back worse 10 times. I felt that I was burning from the inside & I needed to drink water + take my medication. But I fought that thought & completed my fasting. It wasn’t easy the 1st couple of days, but then it turned out to be fine & mashallah the month ended very fast.
Add to that I don’t work, I sleep around 7 am & wake up 3 pm … it was an easy fasting
Happy Eid U’all
I used to be a not very social person, at all. I used to hate family gatherings, weddings, receptions, ramadan ghabgas etc. but lately I started fancying those events & enjoying them to the max, probably because I started seeing life in a different way after marriage? maybe!
When there’s a ghabga, a wedding, a reception you’ll see me the 1st one who wants to attend these events. Meeting new people, chatting with them about various subjects, getting to know new information from numerous conversations & sometimes gossiping
Oh & I used to hate wearing dara3as, but now I’m thinking of owning more than 2 for every Ramadan coz I started to be more active socially
Thank you Noon for the lovely ghabga :*
We were invited this year by Zain Kuwait to attend a Gergi’an party. Unlike last year’s ghabga which was very cozy & small, this year was huge, full of many activities & celebrities also!
This year, children were the main focus. Zain prepared for them alot of activities, games & questions along with gergi3an bags & gifts. They really enjoyed to the max, you can see them dancing, laughing & moving all over the place!
Nashallah next year I’ll bring my daughter with me
Thank you Zain for the lovely event
Yesterday a got a lovely Ramadan Gift from my dear blogger friend Alnoury. It was the cutest gift ever, so cute & everything was tiny & small (nem nem methel mangool)
It contained yummy stuff; Samsamiya, ’3rayba, 7alwa, Alba, & mini vimto
Even my husband loved it!
The mini tea pot & tray were sooo adorable wallah
Thank you Alnoury o 3asach mn el3aydeen o elfayzeen ya rb :*
The lovely team of FursaQ8 sent me a very lovely Ramadan gift. The package put a huge smile on my face, specially when I saw the picture of “3algam”,,,,a5eeeh 3la ayam awal!
FusraQ8 Store is located in Salmiya near Breakfast & Brunch.
I’m not a “darra3a” person. I don’t wear it all except in Ramadan & it started 3 years ago because of gatherings & gerge’an parties! And to be honest, these days, girls who are selling darra3as in exhibitions are very very exaggerating in their prices! Like why do I have to pay KD 150/200 for a darra3a that I’ll wear once or twice? WHY y3ni? Okay I get it it’s hectic, the prices of fabrics are not cheap and so but it doesn’t make sense!!
Above is a picture of the fabric I’ve purchased recently & it was around KD 22/- add the tailors fee, it might reach around KD 15/20. So the total of one darra3a will be between KD 40/45 (depending on the fabric ofcourse). Now if they’d sell it for KD 80 or 90, or even 100 it would be somehow reasonable because they want to profit from their hard work! But to exceed that limit in an unreasonable way, then that’s just too much!
I was talking about the fabrics bought from Kuwait. But if the fabric was bought from abroad then okay, i can understand if the prices were over!
So, with me buying my own fabric & dealing with my own tailor. i saved around KD 50 or something like that! Beside, I might turn out to be a huge oval ball in July, I decided to do my own darra3a so that it will be adjustable when I reach that stage. & most importantly COMFY