Fun With Kids
Let’s talk about our weekend wrap up!
On Saturday morning
We took our little girl Zoha to CHAP for the art class and we met several really nice people… If you live in Oregon or Washington State, stay tuned because CHAP’s interview would be here soon so you can learn what they do for the community. They are really busy for two months but by December, you would be able to read about them more here on this blog. I already made an appointment with a very sweet lady.
Later in the evening one of my friends visited us and my mother who is a “cooking queen” prepared such a delicious dinner with a quick recipe for the sauce to spice up the dinner table.
Here is the recipe and this is my first-time food photography which I learned through Sarah’s blog. I think I did alright.
For Riata Sauce you need:
*1/2 cup plain yogurt.
*1/2 cup chopped cucumber.
*2 tablespoons chopped fresh mint (or mint chutney).
*Half a small chopped onion.
*A pinch of salt and a pinch of cumin.
*Mix them all together and you have a yummy sauce ready! No rocket science here.
Let’s move on to Sunday! It was more of a cleaning day and putting things together so I can at least find my clothes in my new closet. Paying bills, spending some more time with the kids. The kids wanted to have a small tea party a little after lunch. You all are invited. This is what Zahra just said.
At the end of the day, they were begging to play a bit in their room before dinner.
Our kids like to take a bath every night, they even manage to swim in the bathtub…LOL, Most of the time my husband takes them inside swimming pools in town. As a Muslim, we supposed to start to cover our whole body starting at a certain age. Here is my list for the best swimming clothes for modest/Muslim kids on Amazon.
Right before going to bed, I visited some of my blogger friends so I could see their new posts to support them. I am so proud of my blogger’s community, You all are awesome and tremendous help for each other. Please come, join me here to share your posts and learn from each other. It’s a cute little corner to hang out for us bloggers. No strict rules to follow and no obligations. Just your love and support for each other which is helping us to grow together as “humbling attitude goes long ways”.
Now tell me about your weekend, I would love to hear what my blogy family was up to?