10 Tips of Safe Pilgrimage With Kids

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********   Note: This Blog Post First Published on  Muslimah Bloggers *********

Visiting the Holy lands of Makkah and Medina is the dream of every Muslim, but having children like Toddlers and Juniors can become a nerve wrenching and tiresome experience.

A toddler who needs constant attention and care makes the rituals difficult to perform with Heart and Soul and a little stumble can change the pilgrimage into a frightening experience as often witnessed.

Makkah, the soul satisfying

But keeping these few points in mind and few precautions before hand makes the pilgrimage safe, sound and fulfilling experience.

  1. Make the Identification Cards of every kid displaying NAME, FATHER’S NAME, HOTEL NAME and PHONE NO in bold. Kids should not forget to wear it every time they are out.
  2. Keep only the necessary luggage with you.Use the backpacks, Hand carries as they are easier to manage
  3. Ahram is not mandatory for kids but if they clad them ,be sure it is not over fitted or loose, as it will greatly irritate the child so you to. Rehearse them wearing at home. Also tell them the necessities of it. Otherwise make them clad in a simple and decent clothes.
  4. Medicines and liniments including AntiHistamines, Calpol, Thermometer, ORS should be kept handy in the luggage.
  5. Goggles and Moisturizing lotion should be worn whenever outside as the weather is usually hot in Arab Countries.
  6. A Wrist Band or a Chest Jacket must be tied between the mother and the kids at the time of prayers as it is usually the time when the kids get misplaced.
  7. Avoid going to rush area with the kids as this will imbalance you and can result in a fall.
  8. A Handy Bag with Extra baby Food, Baby Wipes, Diapers, Nappy rash cream, Clothes, Mosquito repellent lotion should be kept every time.
  9. Be Calm and Hassle free, Kids usually take a lot of time doing little things. Rotate turns with your hubby while performing rituals like TAWAAF and SA EEE or you can take a wheelchair to let the kids sit on them.
  10. Always mention a POINT i.e a Meeting Place before entering a prayer hall in case anyone get lost can easily located.
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Wishing all Safe and Fulfilling journey.

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