Amna Ateef is not the ordinary 14 year old girl. Despite her young age, she’s managed to figure out what she’s good at and spends a lot of her time doing what she loves. She has a variety of hobbies and projects that occupy her time. After learning about her and her various interests and projects through a Facebook group for Muslimah bloggers, I asked her to do an interview with me for Muslim Mother Source readers! Through interviewing this teenager, I thought parents can get an insight on how to guide, discipline and approach their teenagers to be more […]
Do you always feed your little one with store-bought baby food? Organic baby food can get pretty expensive, but with a little creativity and some basic organic staples from the grocery store like vegetable purees and canned fruits (unsalted and unsweetened of course), mixed with some items from the bulk bins like oats, lentils, and pasta you can make your child nutritious baby food at home that will taste yummy and will be much more inexpensive than purchasing the high dollar jars and pouches found in stores. Why Does Organic Matter? I use canned options for these recipes as I […]
We are living in a world that is technically advanced. Everywhere we go there are computers and phones and all types of other electronic devices. Teenagers and adults alike are on their smart phones so much that it’s hard to find someone looking up these days while they wait in lines or even while waiting for the traffic light to turn green! If we adults are this engrossed with our various electronic devices, surely our children will be too no matter how much we try to protect them from it. When they see mom and dad on their phones watching […]
For those of you who are subscribed to Islamic Online University’s email updates, you probably already know about this. For those of you who are not, just wanted to share a recent email they sent out about staying healthy and lean. The second I saw healthy and lean, I thought to myself where do I sign up?! As a mother of three children, I know I can use any helpful tips on how to be healthy and lean! So I thought I’d share it with you mamas out there too who don’t already know about this. Find the details below. […]
First week of April is already gone! I can’t believe it. I’m not the only one who seems to be in shock about how fast time is flying by us these days, subhanalaah. Almost every day or every other day I hear someone mentioning something about how fast the time seems to be going. Just recently, I heard someone say “it’s like February and March didn’t even happen!” That’s exactly how I feel too. Any way, are you wondering yet why I’m going on and on about how fast time seems to be going by? As time goes or rather […]
Whether you are a homeschooling mom or a mom who wants to advance her children’s education, this website is filled with helpful information for young children, from ages three and up. It has free Arabic and English alphabets worksheets, math, flash cards, videos and so much more! In fact I just printed two different Arabic alphabets worksheets for my son who’s three. May Allah reward sister Rahmah, creator of this website for putting together so many helpful and great educational information! Click here to go to the website.
For anyone who is interested in learning more about positive behavior support for children, there’s a free course on this topic by the University of Washington via Edx. I just recently learned about Edx through my sister. After browsing some of their upcoming courses, I saw that they were having this course. I registered for it a while ago. The course started just today. If interested in registering for this free course, I think you will still be able to register for it. Click here to learn or register.
Excellent Article on “Our Three Winners” This is a great article about the recent tragedy in Chapel Hill, NC. Click HERE to read the article
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