Category Archives: Family

Allah is Al Fattah The Opener

Originally posted on "Mommy, Who Is Allah?":
Susan Jones Bisma Allah Al Rahman Al Raheem Allah is Al Fattah. He, who opens all things. He is The One who opens up the doors of His mercy and provides…

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Three Ramadhan Books You Should Have and Why!

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum, Many Ramadhan children’s books are overshadowed by many popular Muslim children Ramadhan books. While it’s their rizq, I also believe that it’s necessary to showcase other underdogs who deserve the spotlight too.…

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“Who Could I Be?” by Shoohada Khanom

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Bismillah, Author Shoohada Khanom’s children’s book titled Who Could I be? is launching this July insha’Allah. Please keep an eye out for it and support the work. ? Wassalam, Papatia Feauxzar Founder & President…

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What Am I ? – FREE For Five Days

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum, My first children’s book ‘What Am I?’ is out! Alhamdullilah. The direct link is https://www.amazon.com/What-Am-Race-Are-Book-ebook/dp/B01N39Z3X4 – Click to buy at no cost to you with ‘1 click’ once on Amazon. – The paperback…

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A Cat and Mouse Pact – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
A Cat and Mouse Pact Author: Nayera Salam Nayera Salam has a Master’s degree in Education from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and more than thirty years teaching experience. She is now retired and lives in Atlanta with…

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Going to Hajj: A Book of Transport

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Title: Going to Hajj: A Book of Transport Author: Jameela Ho Ilustrator: InikamiEDU Format: Kindle eBook Age: 1-4 years old Available on Amazon here Summary: Learn the different types of transportation with Fatimah and Hamzah…

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Fitra Journal: The Muslim Homeschool Quarterly: Getting Started Volume 1 Issue 1

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
? Fitra Journal: The Muslim Homeschool Quarterly: Getting Started is a nice collection of testaments by Muslim Homeschoolers, a few of which are men masha’Allah. I loved this free treat because the contributors provide…

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Ayeina’s #AlhamdulillahFor Series Gratitude Journal – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Ayeina’s #AlhamdulillahFor Series is a mini gratitude journal created by two sisters Ayesha and Samina. Thus Ayeina (Aye+Ina). Genius isn’t? Masha’Allah. Ayeina also means mirror and their motto is ‘The believer is the believer’s…

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Noon Publications Giveaway!

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
Assalamu aleikum dear ummah, Noon Publications just launched a Muslim Children Book titled Adam to Zamzam. To celebrate this event, they are hosting awesome giveaways with four prizes: First prize: Kids Fire Tablet Second…

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Interview with Papatia Feauxzar on Homeschooling

Bismillahi Ar-Rahmaani Ar-Raheem It is my pleasure to interview today Papatia Feauxzar from Djarabi Kitabs. She is a wife, a mother, a homeschooler, and a busy entrepreneur who is mostly known for her passion in writing novels. Let’s find out … Continue reading

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Hector Hectricity and the Missing Socks

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
I requested a copy to review and the author was kind enough to honor that request. Author: Elizabeth Lymer Illustrator: Azra Momin Publisher : Aneesa Books Hector Hectricity is about a biracial Muslim family…

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How To Guide Children’s Behavior (From an Islamic Perspective) – A Review

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
I received three free PDFs to review from Author Jameela Ho for my honest opinion. And the verdict is that this collection is a compelling parenting guide. Because I’m also a Love and Relationship…

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New Beginnings – For A Ducktrinor Mom

Originally posted on A Ducktrinor Mom:
In 2016, I want to focus on Children’s Literature. I’m eager to review and promote children’s books by Muslim Authors. My main motivation? It’s my 16 month old son masha’Allah. I hope him and…

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Expert Insight with Papatia

Assalamu aleikum! I’m please and glad to share this feature with The Muslimah Mommy masha’Allah 🙂 . http://themuslimahmommy.com/expert-insight-with-papatia/  

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FREE!

Assalamu aleikum bloggers, For the longest time, I have fought a battle of lifestyle which is quitting my job or keeping it. And these highlighted posts along with hints of this struggle in all my writings or novels will vouch … Continue reading

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How Polygyny Taught Me to Coexist

Assalamu aleikum! I’m happy to announce that I’ve been featured in SISTERS Magazine! 🙂 Happy dance, masha’Allah.     http://hayatimagazine.com/fashion/how-polygyny-t-me-to-coexist/ https://www.sisters-magazine.com/2015/12/15/how-polygyny-taught-me-to-coexist-2/ *** Papatia Feauxzar shares her experience of growing up in a multi-faith family. “Perhaps Allah will put, between you … Continue reading

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Why Do We Decide To Forgive Our Spouses?

Jumah Mubarak! 🙂 http://hayatimagazine.com/relationship/why-do-we-forgive-our-spouses/ *** Bismillah, You know what’s ageless? A fight between a couple. It never gets old. You’ll always argue about something. After the hurtful words and deep wounds we inflict upon each other, we go through a … Continue reading

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Instill it in her at a young age :)

Originally posted on Between Sisters, SVP!:
Salaam! Many of my friends tell me that they were glad that their parents instilled this Sunnah (hijab wearing) in them at a very young age. It is a plan in sha Allah! From…

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Love Letters To Papatia

Love Letters To Papatia Assalamu aleikum, Are you in a rocky relationship? Is your house divided or feels like it? Do you just need an ‘ear’? Email Papatia at papatia@hayatimagazine.com to ask your question or lighten your heart. The selected replies will … Continue reading

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Ramadhan and Breastfeeding

http://hayatimagazine.com/faith/ramadhan-and-breastfeeding/ JZK, P.F

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