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Travels with Gannon and Wyatt Visit My Boys in Morocco

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My recent trip to the US proved to be a very positive one for the boys as I was able to get several new things for them to try out. One of the things they most wanted was new books in English. I guess they really didn’t appreciate variety until there wasn’t any! Shortly before […]

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Slow Cooker Caramel and Salted Ginger Cheesecake


MarocBaba looooves caramel. It’s his favorite sweet topping.  Honestly, I know very few people who dislike it! I’ve shied away from making my own because it scares me. A year ago I attempted to make it from sugar and well let’s just say what I ended up with was a hard, sugary mess. So I […]

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Easy Holiday Entertaining Dessert Bar

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After spending 3 weeks in the US, it’s safe to say I’ve gotten my fill of “holiday stuff.” Everywhere I went there was Thanksgiving decorations/food/music at every turn and then plastered in front of it all was the looming Christmas panic. I seriously wondered why every year this happens earlier and earlier.  I came at […]

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Carissa Rogers a Blogger and A Mormon Shares Her Basic Beliefs

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Yesterday I shared a post on Carissa’s blog GoodNCrazy. Today’s she’s guest posting today as a part of our series of posts sharing our respective faiths. Find out more about the LDS Church or Mormonism from a Mormon mom! Hi I’m Carissa Rogers and I’m a Mormon. I’m also a mom of 3 kids, a […]

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The Mormon Muslim Mom Project: Week 1

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I’ve always been a self-proclaimed nerd, I’ve rarely found a topic that didn’t interest me (not counting Math!) As someone who chose a different faith path than the one in which I was raised, I have spent considerable time learning about other faith practices.  While we raise our children as Muslims I desire for them […]

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5 Tips for Handling Long Layovers with Kids

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If you fly with your kids, and you prefer not to pay out the nose for airfare, chances are you will experience a long layover at some point.  Sometimes this is scheduled and sometimes it’s due to circumstances out of your control like weather or plane troubles.  A long layover can strike panic in the […]

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