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Interview with Musheera.
Q. How do you take your coffee or tea in the morning ?
During the week I usually have my skinny coffee latte after dropping kids to nursery as if I would have it with them I wouldn’t drink any. Weekday usually we have our breakfast together around 7:30am in different restaurant in Bahrain and I prefer having Karak
Q. What excites you most about motherhood?
The scarifies that we go throw just to make our precious kids happy .
Q. What makes you most nervous about motherhood?
The overthinking about my kids and their future what’s one of your best childhood memories?
Q. What’s one of your best childhood memories?
Playing under the rain with no worries
Q. What won’t we find in your closet?
You will not find many black clothes, I love colors
Q. What’s your biggest flaw?
Sometimes I lose control with kids and start yelling, my husband would love me to use a naughty chair technique.
Q. How do you treat yourself?
Romantic date with my husband , Shopping & Spending sometime at the Salon Name 3-5 of your favorite spots in your hood? Basketball, reading & swimming
Q. When do you put your kids to bed ?
Q. Flats or heels?
flats , need to chase my twins all the time
Q. Early bird or night owl?
Am always with the early bird, much healthier to the family
Q. What time do you wake up each morning?
Q. Name a favorite book or one you are currently reading.
I love reading Arabic novels + my favorite book is the secret
Q. Favorite Film?
Indian movie Ver Zara.
Q. What’s the best piece of motherhood advice you’ve received?
Let your mum be your idol, and I really wish I could be like her one day.
Q. Any Recommendation of Best Baby clothes shops in Bahrain?
I don’t have special shop to deal with
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