Disclosure: We received Tittle Tattle Talia for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. This post contains affiliate links. Some of our favourite books are those that are inspired by hadiths of the Prophet ﷺ and this book is. It teaches about the dangers of backbiting and gossiping in a child
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
Disclaimer: We Received In My Mosque bby M.O.Yuksel and Hatem Aly for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. ”Determined to change negative American perspectives on the Islamic faith, author M.O. Yuksel penned a beautifully lyrical debut picture book, IN MY MOSQUE (on-sale March 23). Illustrated by NYT bestselling artist Hatem Aly, this gorgeous book offers a look at mosques across
‘Never mind. In sha Allah next time you will be blessed with a baby boy’. That is one of the comments I had to hear when I gave birth to my second daughter. I come from a culture where growing up I saw how much importance was given to baby boys. Sweets were handed out
Disclaimer: We received a copy of Turning the Tide by Kube Publishing with no obligation to write a blog post. If you need a bit of a spiritual uplift about being a woman and a woman’s journey from ‘the inception of the soul to the end of life on earth’ then this is a must
I am always on the look out for good Islamic games to add to our collection and I recently came across the 5 Pillars Family Game from Goodword so had to purchase it to play with the girls.
It is a given that at some point we are all going to die. It may not be something we think about or even want to think about, but there is no hiding from it. However there is one thing that a lot of us either just don’t consider, or keep putting off as we
New post in my ongoing Hijab Series is written by sister Faiza Ikram Where I live, wearing the hijab is difficult. You would not think that a piece of cloth could come with so much strife, but today, wearing the hijab is not just a religious act but a political one in the U.S.