Monday 21 October 2013

Eid Celebrations

The lead up to this Eid has been a whirlwind of activity, with our siblings on pilgrimage and helping to look after our cutey pie niece; the day literally snuck up on me! I'm fortunate enough to be home to run the errands on the last minute and finish my baking and prepare for Eid lunch. Just one of the perks of being a stay-at-home Mum, I suppose.

Its always such a wonderful day, and it's the significance of this day as much as spending time with loved ones that makes it really special. This year, the knowledge that my siblings were amongst the two million pilgrims added a different and more personal dimension to the days significance. It really felt as if we were experiencing this amazing spiritual journey with them. Our days were peppered with constant Watsapp messages and photos leading up to the culmination of their pilgrimage.

Our day in pictures:

Taking a break from kitchen duties

The husby and I... only photo opp at the end of the day!

It's a day spent running around visiting family 

Boys with their aunts.. family kids in the background

These two aunts babysat that tall boy when he was a baby!

Outfit details:

Dress by Kiss My Heels
Mesh top (made by me)
Nine West heels
Earrings by Lovisa
Woolworths embellished scarf
Sawants Headband  
Mango Sling bag
Chain belt old

Ciao for now,
RuBe xoxo


  1. I soooo need one of those mesh tops!

    1. I know... I looked all over and eventually made one in class. With kits if help from the tutor! Lol

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