Do You ….
struggle with making specific and intentional duas for your kids?
Do you struggle with talking to Allah effectively because you are weak in Arabic and feel your englush duas were not good enough?
Do you struggle with expressing yourself when it’s time to make dua?
Allah refers to children as gifts from Him. They should be loved, cherished, and considered a blessing to have.
“He gifts to whom He wills female [children], and He gifts to whom He wills males.” [al-Shura: 49]
Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) said, “Surely! Everyone of you is a guardian and is responsible for his charges: The Imam (ruler) of the people is a guardian and is responsible for his subjects; a man is the guardian of his family (household) and is responsible for his subjects; a woman is the guardian of her husband’s home and of his children and is responsible for them; and the slave of a man is a guardian of his master’s property and is responsible for it. Surely, everyone of you is a guardian and responsible for his charges.” (Al-Bukhari)
I hear you and you don’t have to be in this situation!
Being a parent is a responsibility that you will be accountable for. One of the most powerful ways we can do this is by using Allah’s beautiful names to pray for the lives, future, qualities and character traits we want in our children.
Creating time to make intentional Dua amidst our busy schedules and multiple mommy duties can be tough and then top it off with not even knowing how to word your prayers because mommy’s brain is just tired and she needs to sleep.
There is just so much to do but our beautiful child(ren) come first and finding that 5-15 minutes to supplicate intentionally for them cannot be overemphasized. My goal is to make praying for your kids as easy as possible In shaa Allah!
The Mommy’s Dua Ebook was created with much love using the most beautiful 99 names of Allah and provides everything you need to pray for your children and develop a regular prayer habit for your kids daily.
It’s truly a treasure!
Asalam Alaykum Sis….
Parenting is a tough job and I believe it’s the most important job that we will ever undertake and one that we don’t get any training for. I believe nurturing empowering adult-child relationship is at the core of a strong community and raising the next ummah.
When I got pregnant, I struggled to find practicable information based on the Qur’an and Sunnah for a first-time mum to begin my parenting journey. I reached out to other moms and realized I was not alone.
My major concern was if I would be able to raise my kids in a way that would give them a head start and maximum opportunities no matter where they find themselves to live their lives to please Allah and attain Jannah.
Hence, I became an advocate of parent training following Islamic and positive discipline principles that are focused on connection and encouragement.
My name is Zuliat Lawal and I help you discover the best way to raise well rounded muslim children in this digital age following Islamic and research-based principles.
Won’t it be great to be with your family both in this life and the next?
I share nuggets and resources on faith and Islamic parenting at Liamanah.
Introducing the Mommy’s Dua Book (Ebook)
The Mommy’s Dua Book was created with much love using the most beautiful 99 names of Allah and provides everything you need to pray for your children and develop a regular prayer habit for your kids daily.
It’s truly a treasure!
The Mommy’s Dua Book includes:
Beautiful 107 page Book
99 names of Allah used to create duas for your kids
Etiquettes for making Dua and the Best times to make Dua
Instructions on exactly HOW to use the Dua KIT to pray for your kids.
I am delighted to tell you that the Mommy’s Dua Book was released at the beginning of Ramadan and the ebook went viral around the muslim community worldwide.
The level of acceptance has been mind blowing from sisters in Nigeria, Guateng, India, Tunisia, USA, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, Singapore etc.
At the moment, the hard copy is only available in Nigeria.
In shaa Allah, it would be beneficial to you and your kids as well.