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  1. assalamu alaikum. Masha Allah! what an important topic and great tips, thank you. may Allah make it easy for us to act in this way and bless our ummah with rigthous children. wassalam

  2. What is one key life lesson that you really want your children to learn from you and carry in their heart always?

    I was pondering this question & thought of what I learnt from my parents. Life lessons i learnt from my mum were strength & Endurance. My dad taught perseverance & hard work

  3. Salaam,

    Jzk khair for the advice.

    Sr Khafayah, do you have any courses, online seminars or anything of the like for married couples with children or even individuals who intend on marrying in the near future?

    Jzk khair. W’salaam

  4. Assalamu Alaykum sister, MashaAllah this was a great article. May Allah(s.w.t) bless you and your family for taking the time to write this article.

    Do you have suggestion in books about our beloved Rasool (s) and the sahabah/sahabiyat(r) that we can read to children?

    JazakumAllahu khair.

  5. Beautiful advice on an important topic, something to carry with you throughout motherhood and excite you of the days to come in shaa Allah. :)

  6. Beautiful advice on an important topic, something to carry with you throughout motherhood and excite you of the days to come in shaa Allah.

  7. Jazakallah..I also have for kids aged between 10 and 18.. but there father has mental health issues and I’m always struggling to get my younger two boys to pray salah regularly, read Quran, even simple things like brushing teeth and baths are an issue. I have made reward charts which workto some degree..and I do listen to them and spend fun time with them but they can be very demanding! Please make dua for me and share any further tips you might have.

  8. Masha’Allah tabarak’Allah how beautifully put, I know sister Khafayah and she is indeed a beautiful and lovely Mom and also a great friend masha’Allah, love you sis, my duas always, Arifa

  9. Jazak Allah khair sister for sharing this,may Allah SWT make all our children good Muslims and good human beings.

  10. Aslm alum, jzkl for the reminder that we are answerable to Almighty Allah for our children’s upbringing. We get so caught up with this Dunya that we tend to neglect what we should be prioritizing. I will most certainly be re thinking my duties and responsibilities towards my amaranth.

  11. Salam,
    yet another praise worthy article!
    being way beyond my childhood,i still look upto my mom for inspiration,positivity,praise,encouragement not only for my succeess in studies but also for every good that i do…when i am reciting Quran and reflecting upon it,i want her to sit with me so that pehaps i could share with her what i get from it…when i try to hold my tongue so that i can stay away from its possible harm,when i keep myself from backbiting some one,when i am being honest with her about any matter,sharing with her my ideas…i want to see a smile on her face,a satisfaction.. i want her to say,’yes,that’s exactly what you should be doing,and i m proud of your efforts.’,i want her to be my best friend next to Allah.
    …and i have one question to ask from you people..”is all that i wish for too much to expect from a working mother?”

  12. salam, jazakumullahu kaira. pls sister how many years or month can u start all this bcos my baby is just five month old? tnx

  13. My baby is 10 months old. I have started educating him small things. Pls guide what to teach him according to his age

  14. Assalamualaikum , masha Allah I am glad to find this informative site Alhamdulillah, May Allah help us to become a good muslimah ,I want some tips to inculcate Islamic character in my daughter. Please help me by giving some tups.jazak Allah