Islamic Parenting

Breastfeeding in Islam

In Islam, breastfeeding holds significant importance and is encouraged based on teachings from the Quran and traditions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him): Allah has stated the child’s right to be breastfed in Surat al- Baqarah “The mothers shall give suck to their children for two whole years, (that is) for those (parents) who desire to complete the term …

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Muslim Boys Names with Islamic meanings

Muslim Names with Islamic meanings  For Muslims, a proper Islamic name is not just a label or a social convention, but a symbol of identity as a Muslim. The name chosen should reflect the parent’s aspirations for their child and reflect Islamic values and beliefs. Many Islamic names have meanings that are rooted in the Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad, …

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1. Screaming Some say it’s worst than beating, and leaves one with long-term mental and emotional scars. Remember, the Prophet ‎ﷺ never raised his voice on a child, women, a friend or otherwise. Regulate yourself when you hear your voice starting to get louder. When the parent screams at the child, the child’s nervous system shuts down and the brain …

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