Aishah Eljirby

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Aishah Eljirby was born and raised in Indiana and spent a few years of her childhood overseas. She met her husband at their local mosque 8 years ago, and it’s been a fun Army adventure since. In the last 8 years, they have gone from being an Army National Guard family to Army Reserves. Aishah is currently a stay at home mom to two fun boys, and she has a passion for science and volunteers at her son’s school’s science lab. She also occasionally tutors college anatomy and Arabic. She loves reading and traveling and considers herself fortunate to have a husband who also is a pilot in the civilian world, which allows them to travel and experience different cultures and gastronomy and to teach their boys how beautiful this world is.
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10 Summer Fun Ideas While Social Distancing

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Ah, summer. The weather is warming up, and the country is slowly going back into "normal." We see across the nation some retailers starting to open their doors with precautions and using social distancing. While our nation...
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Friday Favorites -Aishah’s Newborn Stage Favorites

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Welcome to our newest series. In "Friday Favorites," our team will share a handful of favorite items. These can range from clothes to beauty products to recipes to books and anything in between. I gave...
Pregnant Woman

Friday Favorites – Aishah’s Pregnancy Favorites

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Welcome to our newest series. In "Friday Favorites," our team will share a handful of favorite items. These can range from clothes to beauty products to recipes to books and anything in between. That positive...
The Wonderful Toddler Years

5 Ways Your Child Can Benefit From Toddler School

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You walk into your toddlers’ room and you see him dumping all his toys on the floor. He’s not engaging in any of the toys he’s dumped but merely stumbling through the mess. You go...

Where Are You From? Let’s Rephrase the Question

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It was October of 2017. Our family had just PCSed back to my home state. My oldest son was four years old, and we had just enrolled him in preschool to prepare him for...

Understanding Hajj: Islam’s Special Pilgrimage

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While there aren’t many Muslims in the U.S. Military, there are some of us, and we proudly serve our country just like the rest of servicemen and women, spouses and children. American Muslims, like...

Claim Back a Tiny Slice of Summer Vacation By Spending Time Alone

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Your family has been planning a vacation for some time, and your hope is to relax and enjoy a new exciting scenery while showing your kids a great time. In your mind and sometimes...

Deployment: A Child’s Perspective

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April is Month of the Military Child. During this month, all branches of the military join together to recognize the unique challenges children in military families face. Whether a child was born into a...