As Muslims, when the topic of adab is raised, we have to follow the best personality that ever walked on earth; Our beloved prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him) who won hearts of even his enemies with his good manners.
There are some fundamental practices for what to do after birth in Islam that most people know about, and information from reputable sources can be easily accessed online…
Being a parent is very challenging, but very rewarding. After all Allah sub hana wa ta’ala gifted them to parents as trusts ma sha Allah. We should be prepared and know what is ahead in the parenting life. In this article, Sister Zainab educates us on what parents should have as expectations when preparing for a child.
Positive parenting has many benefits. There are many ways that you can interact positively with your child – qualities every Muslim parent should have.
Your children are gifts from Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala walhumdulillah. As parents, we should learn how to care and nurture the treasures we have been gifted by the Almighty.
A child in a mother’s womb at six months until the age of seven is like a sponge, absorbing everything around them. These early years are crucial as they will shape their personal development.
I asked my fellow Muslim Mommies to complete this sentence. Find out what their responses are and read them all!