RAMADAN/EID

My Ramadan Daily Journal For Kids

Enjoy a Muslimommy exclusive! A Ramadan download made especially for older kids and tweens to journal about their Ramadan days. The revised, My Ramadan Daily Journal is a 64-page color download ebook that includes 30 days of Ramadan pages to journal, with questions that help children to make the most of their Ramadan days! The Ramadan Journal can still be enjoyed if you print it in black and white, because printing 64 pages in color might be costly for some. There is also a page-a-day for your (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID

My Ramadan Barakah Activity For Kids

Enjoy an activity for your children this Ramadan, made especially for Muslimommy subscribers! My Ramadan Barakah Book, is a 10-page download that uses the letters of the word R-a-m-a-d-a-n, to prompt your children to think of something that they are thankful for, and starts with that particular letter. It is a fun activity that children will use their imagination and remember their blessings! It also includes directions on how to do the activity. To receive your download, go to the "Mom Vault" (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID

Ramadan Coloring Cards For Kids

Enjoy an activity for your children this Ramadan made especially for Muslimommy subscribers! The Color Your Ramadan Cards Activity is a 12-page download that includes 5 patterned Ramadan cards that your child can color and decorate. It also includes easy-to-follow directions on how to make, and give your cards out to special family and friends for Ramadan! To receive your download, go to the "Mom Vault" and type in the secret password that you received in your newsletter. If you still need to (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID

Let’s Spell Ramadan Coloring Book For Kids

Enjoy a free coloring book for your children this Ramadan made especially for Muslimommy subscribers! I will be posting a few more over the week inshAllah, so keep your eyes peeled. The "Let's Spell Ramadan Coloring Book" is a 10-page booklet, covering each letter of the word Ramadan, to provide some special artsy enjoyment for your kids during their Ramadan days! Enjoy a Muslimommy exclusive, "Let's Spell Ramadan". It is a 10-page coloring book for children, and available especially for Muslimommy (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID

4 Steps to Build Your Ramadan Routine

It's that time of year again where people are planning their Ramadan, and especially planning how to get the most out of this blessed month, in sha Allah. Since I have young children in the house, I no longer get to be in a Ramadan bubble, where I can retreat for the month with lectures, taraweeh prayers, and iftars as the masjid. Things have had to adjust to match with my growing family, and in sha Allah I can share with you how to build a routine to get the most out of Ramadan. 1. Carve out (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID, SELF-CARE

25 Post Ramadan Goals

The sadness of post-Ramadan is pretty anti-climatic wouldn't you say? We have to work super hard for the next eleven months to get another one month of extra blessings and mercy to come again, inshAllah. Nowadays, when Ramadan ends, I feel truly sad. I did not feel like this many years ago though. When I was growing up, I considered Ramadan to be fun, exciting, different, a more religious time, of course not eating - yet having better breakfast, dinners and a lot more treats! And I was also more (Read more...)
GUEST POSTS, RAMADAN/EID

Keeping Your Fitness Routine In Ramadan

Asalaamualaikum dear sisters, the beautiful and joyous month of Ramadan is upon us and oh how it has been missed! I love everything about Ramadan, the holy month brings so much spiritual upliftment, wonderful atmosphere and I can assure you there is no better detox plan than fasting for the pleasure of Almighty Allah (SWT). Yes I know it's probably the last thing on your mind, due to it being a month of reflection and plenty of ibadah, however you can try to fit in a tiny bit of time if you would (Read more...)
RAMADAN/EID

A Simple and Giving Ramadan With Kids

I really think us mothers can get complicated at times. When Ramadan comes, we feel the urge to make it so special for our children that it becomes stressful and time-consuming. The aim of Ramadan is not to cause undue hardship, but for our children to enjoy a few special activities, learn more about their deen, remember Allah more often, and it's about performing good deeds and giving! So lose the complicated arts and crafts and the "I have to do this or make that" attitude, and actually enjoy (Read more...)