Monday, September 6, 2010

Up At Sunrise

Saadiya is participating in Ramadan, and here is a recount of one of her mornings!

I woke up at sunrise because it was time to eat rice and meat. I ate the delicious food that my mum cooked for me.

I asked my mum if I could hold Ahmed, the baby. She said yes. When I held Ahmed and he cried, I gave him back to mum. My mum put him in the bouncer and told me to bounce it.

While my mum was eating, I had to bounce the baby. Then I went to drink some milo, brushed my teeth, and went back to sleep.


  1. Hi Saadiya,
    My name is Catina and I am student at the University of South Alabama.I am taking a EDM310 media class and that is how I found your blog.Wow, waking up at sunrise with a great meal sounds great. I noticed that you have a sibling to look after. I know that can be fun to help your mother out from time to time. I enjoyed reading about your morning.. Keep up the good work.I looked forward to reading more of your posts.

  2. Hello Saadiya,
    My name is Eloise Martin, and I am also a Student at the University of South Alabama.
    I can see you have a very different morning that usual during Ramadan. It must be a little challenging adapting to it.
    I think it very nice of you to help your mother out with the baby. I believe that having responsibilities makes you feel confident. It's very important to be able to be trustworthy, and you did a good job looking after the baby while your mother was eating. :)
    I'm sure you're mother's cooking must de delicious, home food is usually the best. Enjoy it while you can.

    I really enjoyed reading your post, I look forward to reading more of your posts. Keep up the good work.


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