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Our Life in Marrakech: December Update

Learning Darija

It’s been almost four months since we moved to Marrakech, and I haven’t done an update post on day-to-day life since October! Lots has been happening since then.  I think that we’ve finally settled down into a normal life, a new-normal life.  I’m happy to report that my surgery was very successful and I am […]

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16 Screen-Free Toys for Global Kids

16 Screen Free Giftsfor Global Kids

I recently wrote a post on tech-toys for global kids with a promise that this screen-free post would be following. Here it is! The older my kids get the more I see them becoming attached to their electronics.  I am the first to admit that those toys serve a great purpose but there’s nothing I […]

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MythBusting 10 Mormon Misconceptions! #MormonMuslimMoms

Mythbusters

Yesterday I posted on Carissa’s blog about 9 common myths people have about Muslims, and as promised she’s doing the same today – sharing 10 misconceptions or myths about Mormons (that’s a lot of m’s isn’t it?) We knew when we started this series that we wanted to tackle this topic, even if it’s likely […]

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#MormonMuslimMoms Week Three: Mythbusters

Mythbusters

We’re Baaaaaaack! Last weekend Carissa and I took a break as it was Thanksgiving in the States and our schedules were both full for the weekend. But, we’re back this week and are excited to share our topic; Myths about Islam and Mormonism. We know that there are a lot of them and we’re asking […]

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Holiday Photo Gifts for Grandma

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Today I hit a milestone on my iPhone, 1000 images. That’s a lot of pictures! I’ve been relying on my phone to snap day to day images, instead of carrying around my large DSLR. I’m able to take pictures more often and much more naturally than with the large camera. I can easily import pictures […]

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Celebrating Thanksgiving as an Expat

Thanksgiving Abroad

  Last week was American Thanksgiving, and the first holiday we celebrated out of the US. I spent most of the day making all of the staples, roast turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and apple pies. The boys didn’t really realize it was Thanksgiving, because of course it wasn’t mentioned […]

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