Wednesday, 22 August 2012

One year old


Can you believe that pudding is one year old?

Time goes so fast!!

It was his birthday yesterday and I wanted to write something then but I have had a terrible flu that I just can't seem to shake and now the kids are sick as well but alhamdulillah. I don't celebrate birthdays as such but my non Muslim family does of course, so my Mum brought him this big dump truck on the weekend which he loves wheeling around the house. Sometimes he stands on it as leverage to get into things he shouldn't be! Such as my chocolate stash I hid in my scarf drawer.....he obviously takes after his mother ;)

Thank you all so much for your kind comments on my last post, I love all my sisters so much! I wish I could give you all big hugs and cookies xxx





14 comments:

  1. Assalamu Alaykum waRahmatullahi waBarakatuh sis,
    MashaAllah so cute. May Allah grant you and your child a longer life, and inshaAllah Jannah, Ameen
    .Take care.

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    1. Walikum Salam ukhti! Jazakallah khair for your dua my dear, you are so precious xxx

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  2. MashaAllah! Such a cute little boy. Time goes by fast these days.
    May Allaah make him a succeful, kind, loving and good muslim inshaAllah.

    x
    www.cherryfactor.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you sweetie for your kind comment, it means so much ma'ashallah :) And time goes scarily fast! I feel like he was just born last week. Big hugs xxx

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  3. Asalamu Alaykom,

    Happy bday to your boo. He's mashahallah active and happy.

    Love and Light!

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    1. Walikum Salam dear Yosra, thank you so much for stopping by. I'm writing you an email as we speak xxx

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  4. Masha-Allah! Yes, as Muslims, we should never celebrate our birthdays if the noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam never celebrated his noble birth date. Even the noble companions of the Prophet Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam never celebrated his or their birth dates, so why should we celebrate ours :)

    I think your son looks so cute, Masha-Allah. Can I ask, what nationality is he? Half-Saudi half...?

    my blog sister in Islam :)
    mababaya.blogspot.com

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    1. Even in the bible birthdays were never celebrated and when they did calamity always followed! So of course I am grateful for each year I have my children and the date of their birth reminds me of that, and that alone really. No there is no Saudi in my little boy :) He is half New-Zealander and half Egyptian :)

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  5. Asalamu alaikum,

    May Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) grant you pious children and a means of salvation for the hereafter inshAllah.

    Take Care

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  6. He is already one Bonnie! I can't believe a year ago already I saw the tiny face face of your angel. I think whether we celebrate or not birthdays, we should celebrate the beauty of life anyway.
    And it is how I feel when I wish him a lovely day!
    Sending my love Bonnie. Hope you will all feel much better soon
    xx

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  7. Masha'Allah Bonnie your son is adorable. He is growing to be so precious, I really lvoe kids at this age because they are so much fun. I am so inspired by you, and others like you. Despite all your difficulties, you keep persevering and you still manage to keep going. Inshaa-Allah one day when your children are all grown up, they will be there to do things for you and ensure that you have a life of ease.

    Keep smiling, the world needs more smiles and laughter.

    Wishing you all the best always

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  8. Assalamualaikum Bonnie,

    I have read your blogs for the first time & I have found you a very strong woman MashaALLAH. You are an inspiration I could learn from. I'm going through trying times myself.I would like to ask you and the sisters visiting here to remember me and my kids in your prayers. Btw MashaALLAH your son is really cute :)............Best Wishes!

    www.suddensingleparent.blogspot.com

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  9. Your son is beautiful; such a gift.

    He reminds me that we were all little like him, not knowing where our paths would take us.

    May he be blessed with a wonderful and peaceful life. With you as his mother, I'm sure he will.

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