Braces are a common and almost expected part of growing up! Most teens are bummed to find out that they need braces but not my kids! Haha they we’re so excited! My kids have good teeth in general they needed braces just to close up the gaps nothing serious just for a better smile 🙂 
We went for a check up and the Dentist Agreed that they needed braces to close the gaps between their teeth both of Adam and Jenna have the same case just gaps between their teeth and nothing serious, they will have it on for a year. And right there and then they had thier braces on! It took around 2:30 hours for both kids and me going from one room to an other haha but it was all good 🙂 

getting used to braces will take some time. As the teeth move, there may be soreness, slower chewing, and changing dietary considerations. Remember to be sensitive and encouraging, talking them through their concerns if they seem stressed, always have soft food around at the first couple of days when they get their braces on and make sure they brush after every meal and clean in between the braces with a tiny brush that you will get from the pharmacy. 

Avoid nuts, chips, gum and candy they don’t go well with braces at all! 

What do braces do? 

Braces straighten teeth because they do two very important things: stay in place for an extended amount of time, and exert steady pressure. It’s this combination that allows braces to successfully change the position of teeth in a patient’s mouth.

How long is the treatment? 

Correcting the position of the teeth often takes anywhere from 6 months to 2 or 3 years with any of the methods.

Caring for Teeth With Braces:

Braces, wires, springs, rubber bands, and other appliances can act like magnets for food and plaque, which can leave permanent stains on the teeth if not brushed away. Most orthodontists recommend brushing after meals with fluoride toothpaste and taking special care to remove food stuck in braces. Some orthodontists will also prescribe or recommend a fluoride mouthwash, which can get into places in a mouth with braces that a toothbrush can’t.

It is important that your children have regular dental visits to make sure their teeth are healthy and to prevent future oral health problems, as well as provide your teen with information on proper oral hygiene during this time.

Note to kids! 

remember that no matter what, your braces will come off eventually — and you’ll be left with a wonderful, straight smile.


Johnson’s Pure Protect Kids Products 


Since my kids were born I always used Johnson’s products from baby wipes, shower gel, shampoos, oils, powders, lotions and the list goes on! 

I trusted them since day one of me being a mother, their products are gentle and safe and make everything better for both child and mother. 
Now my kids are teens and you might think that I stopped using Johnson’s products! Nope we still use them, yes we stopped using some but we still have them in our daily life! Like for example we never leave the house with out Johnson’s wipes! I use them all the time seriously Me and my kids can’t live with out them they are with us 24/7! 

And not to mention their baby oil and powder! 

Johnson’s has become a part of our family. 
I got a package with their new Pure Protect kids products, it contained bath wash, wipes, soap and hand wash.

I loved them!! just using the wipes and hand wash I felt safe haha no kidding! 

It’s germs protection the Johnson’s way! 

All made with nigella seed extract and honey.

Say No to germs and YES to exploring 

Teens And Glasses


My Jenny started compiling about headaches for the past few weeks every time I picked her up from school she would tell me that she has a headache! I always asked her if she ate at school and she always replied with a yes! I though it was from a long day at school and nothing serious!
A few days back she told me that she was having trouble seeing the board clearly at school! Right then and there I took her to check her eyes! And yes she needed glasses right away, it wasn’t that she was having trouble seeing everything! It was just trouble seeing the board and far objects so we went and got her prescription glasses and the Dr told us that she has to wear them at school and if she wanted to watch tv or at the movies.
Wearing glasses as an everyday must can be hard to start getting use to!
Something’s that Would help with this matter:

1- Talk to her about wearing glasses and how maybe some kids would teas her about it! But tell them cool people wear glasses all the time 😉

2- Make sure you get the right fit, your kids everyday glasses should be perfectly fitted and comfortable.

3- make sure you find the right Dr. To work with.

4- be patient, As with most big changes in a child’s life, getting used to new glasses will take time. It’s important that you remain optimistic and patient.

5- Get a Dr.’s report on your kids condition and pass by their school to inform them so your kid can set in front of the board to make it more easier to see.

Teenage Period Pain


Teenage Period Pain

Exercise will increase blood and oxygen circulation, helping cramps. It will help reduce PMS and stress.

Keep worm
Make sure she is worm and maybe a hot bath or even hot water pad would help.

Massage your daughters stomach with lavender oil.

Herb Tea
– Chamomile (Maraneya) is known to relax and help with cramps you can boil some fresh sage to make tea or buy it ready in tea bags. You can also use Cinnamon tea and it can be made by boiling cinnamon in water for 15 minutes and then adding some milk or honey to it.

Bananas are high in potassium, which can help with muscle cramps.

If your daughter is in a lot if pain and you think nothing is helping her then you should take her to the dr and see how he can help.


Starts the 5th of June till the 24th of June

Registration fees:

Adult seasons 125kd
Adult group of 3+ seasons 100kd
Kids season 65kd ages (7-12)
Ps. Kids must attend with an adult to train in kids seasons

For more info: 99964794


We heard about the virus that het Saudi Arabia and how it might spread and how it had no cure!
I have heard about it on 99.7 radio kuwait I didn’t really take it that seriously until yesterday when a friend of mine started telling more about it and knew then that I had to talk to my kids about it! I don’t wanna scare them but the talk needs to take place so the be more aware.

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)

The virus has similar traits to the SARS virus or the common cold. Those infected with MERS start off with symptoms like a cough, fever, and shortness of breath.

Preventative measures to avoid contracting MERS include regular hand sanitizing after exposure to highly populated areas including public restrooms, airports, and restaurants. Experts recommend the use of facial masks if visiting hospitals or other facilities with high exposure to diseases and it’s important to regularly wash hands with water and soap or alcohol based sanitizer. Try to avoid touching your face and mouth and stay away from sick people.
Make sure you get your kids some wipes and sanitizer to keep with them all the time specially in school and if they have any after school activities.


May Allah protect us all