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[b]Fear Allah, and deal justly between your children.
[Sahh al-Bukhr (2587) and Sahh Muslim (1623)
Assalamu Alaykum,

Children are an Amanah and it is our duty to raise our children with love and righteous manners. Children with their tender hearts can be molded into righteous people with a positive approach. Children become what they see and hear. It is quite common for parents to become so immersed in this world that they forget the importanc....
posted by ubuntu on 29th September 2012 - 0 comments

[i]Children are like sponges and quickly absorb what they see practiced around them.[/center]

Assalamu Alaykum,

Once young toddlers begin to imitate sounds, expressions, words and acts etc, we must be very careful with what we say and do and also take care of whose company we leave them in. From the age of about 18 months, my child began to repeat many words that she'd hear. Whether it was something that I or other family members said or something sh....
posted by ubuntu on 28th October 2009 - 0 comments
Assalamu Alaykum

It's been a very long time since I last posted an entry on this blog. I realize how busy a toddler can keep it's mother and how much attention a toddler requires. The only time you can take your eyes and mind off a toddler is when they're asleep.


Walking is a huge step towards independence for children. From crawling to standing to walking with support to walking independently to running.
As a parent myself, I understa....
posted by ubuntu on 18th October 2009 - 0 comments
Assalaamu Alaykum,

Miracle of Life
There are many things that we see in our daily lives that recall the power and might of our creator, Allah (SWT). From all the many things that make us feel that way I feel that the developement of a baby in the womb of the mother and the whole procedure of pregnancy and child birth is an absolutely amazing formation that clearly indicates the will and power of Allah the Almighty.

It takes the period of 9 months for the drop....
posted by ubuntu on 30th April 2009 - 0 comments
Where does the '40 Days' superstitions originate from?

The blood that passes from a woman's vagina after giving birth to a baby is called Nifaas (Postnatal bleeding).

The maximum period for this bleeding is 40 days.

What is the longest that nifaas (post-partum bleeding) can last?

Praise be to Allaah.

There is a difference of opinion among the scholars concerning that.

1 Most of the scholars said ....
posted by ubuntu on 14th March 2009 - 0 comments