Reflections and experiences of a muslim mother of two. I started this web page to share some of my experiences as a new mom.  I have a duaghter age 4 and a son age 2 and it has been every bit as rewarding as it has been challenging.  I know there are others with similar experiences and I hope to share mine and also share in yours.  

I hope you will have a chance to visit my website http://www.mymuslimmom.com  The website has crafts, recipes, activities and educational videos for children.  I have also tried to compile legitimate job listings for stay-at-home-moms that you can do on-line.  (I don’t charge or receive any money for these listings.)  These are all jobs that have been referred to me by someone who is actually successfully working there.  I list scholarship information and also an Islamic events calendar.  I have really tried to list helpful information.  Please feel free to contribute any useful information that I may have missed.  Enjoy! 

And look for Halaqah Magazine… coming soon to a bookstore near you.  A lifestyle magazine for Muslims in America.

For you enjoyment…

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Malik Eli-Shabazz Aalam  |  September 16, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    I Enjoy Reading Your Site and Your Blogs Are Very Interesting, and Very Thoughtful
    I Have Recently Became A Muslim ans Would Love To Communicate With My Fellow Brother and Sister In Islam.

  • 2. Alex  |  August 13, 2014 at 6:33 am

    Good morning

    I was just reading your post about the movie Thor.

    I found it, incidentally, looking for a quote I once ready about how ludicrous it would be in the modern age to accuse someone who didn’t believe in Thor as being an infidel and blasphemer.

    Thor is the Norse God of the Vikings. They believed in him, worshipped him and the stories and characters in this film came mostly from Norse religious texts and stories.

    There are many icons from more obscure religions that you will encounter daily such as The Great God Pan from Paganism, Mars and many others.

    I think you’ll find it very interesting and maybe inspiring to look beyond the better known religions and discover their belief structure, as believe it or not, their symbols influence our every day.

    All the best and good luck with parenting. My son is 3 1/2 and he is all over the super hero thing. I’m trying to get him into Peppa Pig but he isn’t having any of it.



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