As a Canadian born Muslim mother, I inform my daughter that she should embrace her Canadian nationality, and she does. Furthermore, I teach my daughter to celebrate the diversity that exists within our multicultural country and to appreciate the beauty of individuality that exists amongst Canadians, and she does. Continue reading
I’m so excited to announce my next joint giveaway with @little.wings.gallery and @readlittlemuslims on Instagram!
Masha’Allah both Litle Wings Gallery and READ Little Muslims have been very generous by gifting some of their wonderful items to one @themuslimahmommy follower on Instagram.
The winner of this giveaway will receive a copy of the super cute book, Faatimah & Ahmed- We’re Little Muslims, from READ Little Muslims, and two adorable matching A4 size Art Prints (pictured) from Little Wings Gallery.
To enter the giveaway: Continue reading
Love is…being the best version of yourself
They say life is short…but I say life is unpredictable. Yes, for some people life has been short, but for others life has been a long journey. The truth is, we don’t know how much time we have on this earth, we could leave this world today for all we know. 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
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…eating the foods of Jannah Continue reading
Love is…praying for your sisters.
A Du’a for my sisters- 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