Things I said Alhumdulillah for in December 2018…

Alhumdulillah means “All Praise is due to God” and are the words uttered by a Muslim when he/she is expressing gratitude to Allah. I find myself saying this numerous times a day and this post is a collection of moments when I have said Alhumdulillah during the past month.

Things I said Alhumdulillah for in December:

  1. Celebrating UAE’s 47th National Day. Having come to reside in this country in 2013, I can without a doubt say that it has captured my heart, and I’ve written a whole post about it too. Read it here
  2. Celebrating 11 months of Little Z! Eeek! This means party preps for his 1st birthday party are also in full swing. I went down the “Pinterest Mum” route, just as I did with my first born on his 1st birthday, and I am so excited to see how it all turns out!
  3. Watching Little Z take one or two steps as he attempts to walk before tumbling down and erupting into laughter. Aaah, he’s so close!
  4. Master Z successfully completing his first term at school in FS1, and I couldn’t be a more proud mama! His teacher only had praises for him during his parent-teacher meeting, and the sight of him writing letters and numbers still catches me by surprise sometimes. 
  5. Family Days Out, especially when it’s to celebrate end of the school term with a trip to our favourite: Legoland, of course!
  6. Eating delicious streetfood at Global Village. The main reason I visit! 
  7. Celebrating the Hubster’s birthday! God, I love that man and I thank Allah every day for having him in my life! 
  8. Watching Vlogmas and getting inspired to create video content myself. 
  9. Jetting off to Georgia for our first overseas trip as a family of four! Eeek!
  10. Seeing the boys reactions to experiencing snow for the first time! Also, Snow – subhanAllah, what a wonder and miracle it truly is, as it covers everything underneath it like a blanket! 

These are just a few of the many times I uttered the words Alhumdulillah this month. Check out what I was thankful for last month here. Also, here’s a list of what I was thankful for in December last year! What are you thankful for? Feel free to share your moments in the comments section below

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