This Eid is going to be very different for many, especially those still in ‘lockdown’. Recently I have been seeing posts and comments from people saying they will not be celebrating as it feels wrong with people around the world suffering.
I have said before that growing up there were not many (if at all any) children’s Islamic books. Now our children are getting a range of books to help with their Islamic studies. With hajj coming up I thought we would share some of the books we have relating to the hajj.
Growing up periods were seen as a shameful thing and they weren’t talked about. My mum never spoke to me about it. What I learnt was via friends at school when they talked about it when they started. I was a pretty late bloomer so I knew what to expect as most of my friends
This post may contain affiliate links. Now that Bee is 5 we have been focusing a lot more on her learning her Arabic alphabet in preparation for her reciting her Quran. She is currently attending madrassah and we have been helping her at home, even before she started attending classes. I remember when I was
I usually steer away from topics such as this on my blog and stick to the ‘safe’ parenting posts, reviews and days out as I want to keep the blog my happy little place. However, some things are just too important to not discuss…and one of these is how I, as a visible Muslim woman,
I first came across myDeen magazine on Instagram a few months back. So what is myDeen? MyDeen is a monthly children’s educational magazine that encourages Islamic education through the use of stories, puzzles, reminders, games, crafts and much more. A photo posted by UK Parenting/Lifestyle Blog (@muslimmummy) on Sep 27, 2016 at 6:47am PDT Those
My girls love stickers; I think Bee would sticker the whole house if she could. However, I get extremely excited when I find products that have an Islamic theme to them, so I was pleased to be sent some products from The Muslim Sticker Company – 2019 renamed to Farhat Amin – to have a
First in my series of guest posts on making Ramadan Fun for Children is a post by Irum Irshad. Ramadan is s very special month to all. Its the month of mercy forgiveness and rewards. Many a times parents feel by the end of Ramadan then they were unable to do proper ibadah or they