My Muslim Mums in Business series focus’s on inspirational Muslim women, who are balancing the art of motherhood along with running businesses.
A guest post by Aisha Idris It is a dream of every parent to share a harmonious relationship with their child. A relationship in which their child would be compliant. But getting your children to listen to you can turn into a difficult task especially when a parent isn’t aware of some of the basics
Sunday 18th July – Day 198 A hot day and I was feeling guilty that I didn’t have the energy to do much with the kids. Extra screen time it was while I rested up. I think the majority of the summer holidays may end up like this until I settle into a routine with
A guest post by Umm Aasiya. Bismillah Pregnancy is a time where every mum wants to optimize her health. The well-being of baby is every mum’s concern. Generally, people think that taking a supplement containing all essential vitamins and minerals would be beneficial for us. However, there are only a few supplements which are recommended
Sunday 11th July – Day 191 A nice day today. Got the girls to do a bit of gardening and start on the weeds but they didn’t really last long before complaining it was too hot and came in to have some ice cream. Have resigned myself to the fact that my garden will remain
Sunday 4th July – Day 184 Hubby got us some chocolate before he went to work. I am trying to avoid chocolate but he forgets and brings it back when he pops to the shops!
Sunday 27th June – Day 177 Had promised the girls I would take them out to breakfast when we heard our local cafe was opening up. Was nice to get out and spend some time with the girls. Then the rest of the day was spent at home just resting up.
Sunday 20th June – Day 170 Still in hospital. They monitored baby in the morning and the machine did not turn green in an hour. So they restarted it and 15 mins later it turned green. They unhooked me and waited for the doctor to do his rounds. He eventually turned up at 1pm and
I remember when I had my first child…..one question was what to pack in your hospital bag. I had an extra massive bag and ended up with so many things for my hospital bag, some which was barely used. Now on my third child, I am going with the saying ‘less is more’. We live
Sunday 13th June – Day 163 A quiet Sunday. I repainted the wall that had gone stripy and thankfully this time it turned out ok. A friend had given Bee a candle making kit and we made those today.
One of the books we have that is relating to hajj is ‘An Ocean in One Drop – The Tale of Hajjar in Hajj.’ One of the five pillars of Islam is hajj so it is of the utmost importance to ensure our children know about hajj, what it is and why we perform it.
Sunday 6th June – Day 156 A quiet Sunday of just chilling really. Tried to do a bit of gardening. Noticed my red roses are beginning to flower. They are quite late this year compared to last year.
Disclosure: We were sent the My Salah Mat for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. When it came to teaching salah to the girls I was quite ‘late’ with the eldest. Although she knew all the recitations she only really started praying once she hit puberty but alhamdulillah now does