Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle This has become a tradition now with my sisters... #duckdonuts #obsessed 1w

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maadamoiselle This is the only way I like my eggs now. #devilisheggs #goodmorning 1w

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maadamoiselle The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. 1w

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maadamoiselle Market fruits are always tastier. I wonder how everyone else feels about organic and non GMO. Do you prefer organic vs inorganic? I know everyone has their own opinion. What's yours? 3w
  •   consciouslip @arzooamer While I see your reasoning. Many of that research is being conducted by the makers of such gmo seeds themselves. That to me seems questionable. GMO plants are being linked to the drastic decline of bees which will be devastating in the long run. Animal testing with GMO's has shown sterility, illness and death. The question I ask is what are the implications behind genetically modified DNA when transferred to human DNA. There is definitely a risk of a mutation of cells. Organic is the way in my humble opinion. 🏾️ 2w
  •   consciouslip Not to mention they're pretty much banned in all of Europe. 😕 2w
  •   arzooamer @consciouslip There have been studies done where dozens of animals tested have been found with illness, but these numbers are so minimal that they can be evaluated as natural outliers to the system (as there are in any research studies) in the long run of testing that has been conducted. In my opinion, the last 18 years of meals fed to feed animals from trillions of GM crops with no massive unusual outbreaks is evidence enough, (along with the thousands of case studies with no signs of any issues too, of course) that GMO's have thus far not been proven to be harmful. As far as the EU goes, there's much debate about the reason for this (trades, export costs) and that the bans are related to exports from the US. By banning GMOs, there has been a dramatic decrease in exports from the US to Europe which consequently means less purchase and aid in the US economy and is favorable for their own countries by helping their economies and also produce/sell more within their own nations. Unfortunately, those same European countries are preventing the use of GMO foods and crops in countries where it can be highly beneficial (several African countries) and instead allowing millions of people to suffer from starvation because of these unproven fears. Again, there's tons of healthy debate on the topic, but it's an interesting one to learn more about and I appreciate your opinion and feedback ️ (and also, still definitely agree that organic should always be preferred when made available). 2w
  •   arzooamer @consciouslip there's also a non-biased book which takes a look at both sides of the GMO debate, called Tomorrow's Table that I have on my list of reading books to tackle, which you may want to look into as well! 2w
  •   consciouslip @arzooamer Okay thank you for sharing the book I will definitely check it out! I just want to share with you a quote from an article from the Scientific American I read some time ago regarding the research conducted on the GMO forefront that should make people scratch their heads. "Unfortunately, it is impossible to verify that genetically modified crops perform as advertised. That is because agritech companies have given themselves veto power over the work of independent researchers.

    To purchase genetically modified seeds, a customer must sign an agreement that limits what can be done with them. (If you have installed software recently, you will recognize the concept of the end-user agreement.) Agreements are considered necessary to protect a company’s intellectual property, and they justifiably preclude the replication of the genetic enhancements that make the seeds unique. But agritech companies such as Monsanto, Pioneer and Syngenta go further. For a decade their user agreements have explicitly forbidden the use of the seeds for any independent research. Under the threat of litigation, scientists cannot test a seed to explore the different conditions under which it thrives or fails. They cannot compare seeds from one company against those from another company. And perhaps most important, they cannot examine whether the genetically modified crops lead to unintended environmental side effects.

    Research on genetically modified seeds is still published, of course. But only studies that the seed companies have approved ever see the light of a peer-reviewed journal. In a number of cases, experiments that had the implicit go-ahead from the seed company were later blocked from publication because the results were not flattering." I need a corporation not to pick and choose when to disclose information. Selectivity makes people question the validity of what they are supposedly trying to do. If there is supposed research that never sees the light of day in my mind the other more attractive research becomes null and void.. Sorry I could go on for days about this stuff. Lol 🏾 To each his own at the end of the day. I just want the best for all of us. 2w
  •   arzooamer Haha, I completely understand and I'm the same way, and the quote from SA is an interesting one that I'll definitely look into some more as well! @consciouslip Both sides of the debate have notable points and I think it's safe to agree that more research should be conducted in this area to ease our minds. 2w
  •   consciouslip @arzooamer Yes! Most definitely! 🏾2w
  •   lk130 Dont eat that 1w

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maadamoiselle Love waking up to a bowl of greatness by #mySebastian 4w

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle Rome's way of saying I love you #blessed #babyrome 1mon

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maadamoiselle Feels good to visit my parents and go on long runs in my old neighborhood. #home #runningagain 1mon

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maadamoiselle Can't get enough of these #duckdonuts 1mon

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maadamoiselle Be confident. Too many days are wasted comparing ourselves to others and wishing to be something or someone we aren’t. Everybody has their own strengths and weaknesses. It’s only when you accept everything you are - and aren’t - that you will truly succeed. 1mon

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a lot to love a leaf. It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it’s beautiful to love the ordinary. 1mon

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maadamoiselle Want to try a new fragrance? I dare you to try LAYA. My favorite perfume gets me compliments every time I wear it. Sephora recently started advertising this gem here in America. Try yours out! No offers. Brand new bottle, has not been opened or used. $140.00. Email me for more details. Maadamoiselle@gmail.com 2mon

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle Visiting @arzooamer today with baby Rome. Thanks for making my favorite chocolate peanut butter banana snack 2mon

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle Baby check ups 2mon

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle Baking (btw thanks for all your comments on my previous post ️) 2mon

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maadamoiselle Hello haven't been on for awhile. Thought of deleting my account. What are your thoughts on Instagram and social media? 2mon
  •   makeupthm Isn't blogging what you love? I love seeing your posts! 2mon
  •   _instaghaty @maadamoiselle kinda agree with @_ghazal, it's always encouraging to see another happy mixed couple who's overcoming all prejudice that unfortunately comes with our Afghan culture.... But on the other hand: it's your page sweety 2mon
  •   youaremysonya Ahh jaaaannnnn mA 2mon
  •   alykaz Do it all! Heck, start ur kid a blog! 2mon
  •   theartistfromphilly I've been following you for more then three years, you were my first instagram crush lol, don't leave 2mon
  •   jihaneparis For a while we post pictures of purself because we want people to pay attention but once we become moms , we want to keep it private and the attention is toward our lil bugs. I ve been following you for maybe two or three years, ive lived ur afghanistan trip, really beautifull but i think it's a normal thing to get busy with the baby and thinking about deleting the account. I ve started one private profil around my two babies and mine is almost empty now . From paris, jihane. :) ps: you know my close afhgan friends the azimi sisters thats how i discovered ur profil. 4w
  •   sunglitz Omg no!!! I opened Instagram and u were the first people I followed! Ur daily inspirations and amazing pictures and your quotes wow! Don't :( 7d

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Lark . Rohina .
maadamoiselle My new favorite spot #Brine 2mon

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maadamoiselle So this is what it feels like to be a mother #soinlove #babyrome : @fatimaahussainn 4mon
  •   leylahsami You make such a beautiful Mother mA 4mon
  •   2208ww @maadamoiselle congrats roh I love you tons! I cannot wait to meet him! 3mon
  •   xtinasalgado Felicidades por tu bebe!! Me encantan tus fotografias... hace tiempo que sigo tus publicaciones, adoro tu estilo!! Te envio un abrazo desde venezuela!!♡ 3mon
  •   nigina_kh Congratulations, Rohina! So much happy for you! Wish your baby all the best in his life! When I see yr pics, I feel love, harmony, Beaty and all the positive emotions! Thank you for that! 2mon
  •   calmonyoga Wow!!!!!! 2mon
  •   infinite_rose Ah congratulations!! 2mon
  •   sadafsabour Vaghean Mobarak bashe azizam 5d

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maadamoiselle Motherhood 4mon

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Normal . Rohina .
maadamoiselle You have breathed new life into me #rumi #blessed #stillpregnant : @zahrahussainn 4mon

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