Last Saturday was a big day for me, Alhumdulillah- and even though I had a rough start to the day, it was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Continue reading
I recently had the opportunity to speak with the owner and CEO of IlmKidsPlace, and I must say her enthusiasm over her products is truly inspiring! Masha’Allah the sister behind this great company truly believes her items will provide a fun and creative way to get children excited about learning Islamic topics and terms- and I completely agree with her! Here’s a slideshow of my daughter checking out the kit: Continue reading
In spirit of World Hijab Day, I put together this slide show of my daughter in her hijab. Alhumdulillah, I don’t force my daughter to wear the hijab, she sincerely loves it Masha’Allah! She wears the hijab mostly for prayer and to school, and has one in almost every colour! Continue reading
How often do we catch ourselves being overwhelmed by life? I mean, so overwhelmed that we forget the purpose of why we are living? And what is the purpose of living, you ask: to worship Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala), to follow the Sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam), and to pass this life’s test so that we can reach Jannah with our families Insha’Allah!
If we have time for social media, social gatherings, and socializing, then why don’t we make time for Islam? No really, why don’t we? Now, I know it’s hard- especially if you are a parent. But, you know what? It’s not impossible to teach Islam within your household on a daily basis…all it takes is 10 minutes each day! Continue reading
Love is…guiding your children to Isalm.
As parents, we must be an example for our children, for they will mirror our every move. We must teach them to love Islam, to love what Allah has given us, and to love each other. Our every move is under surveillance 24/7 by our little ones, and we must be aware of this. Continue reading
Alhumdulillah, I received a copy of the book, ‘Faatimah & Ahmed: We’re Little Muslims’ for review. This book is written by Razeena Gutta and is illustrated by Abira Das; this is how the book looks like:
On the back cover, the description reads: Continue reading