2.8.11

Aisha's first Ramadan.

Everything has got a 'first', isn't it? This was Aish'a first ramadan, and may be the longest one. After much thought, I've decided to fast. Lactation and fasting doesn't always go together, does it? Lets see. I didn't feel much tired, I cooked iftar and suhoor, with a little help from hubby and his brother. Hubby's brother made the Water melon juice and hubby helped me in cooking the rice pan cake.
Aisha didn't make much fuss, and she loves it when I'm in the kitchen. There's a lot of things to explore in the kitchen. She was also thrilled to see her Dad and Baba home early, Ramadan office timing is from 8 am to 2 pm in Dubai. She was also confused with the iftar. Nobody eats at that time except in Ramadan. She loved the Water melon juice.

4 comments :

Salma @ Chasing Rainbow said...

Salam Najeeba, I am having a lot of issues here as well.

May Allah reward you.

Amalia said...

Good luck, insha'allah it will be easy for you. :)

Salma @ Chasing Rainbow said...

Najeeba, are you interested in posting about this?


http://chasingmyrainbowbaby.blogspot.com/2011/08/world-breastfeeding-week.html

Sanaa Nubiansis said...

My your month and after be blessed. I am still nursing my daughter and fasting. But I am fasting for two days then break for one day so my milk doesn't dry up and myself being too weak (I wasn't too successful with previous two children but fine with my first and now my fourth mashaAllah tabrakillah) and hamdulillah it seems to be going well. That water melon juice sounds amazing. I love that fruit. MashaAllah some women who are pregnant and those who breast feed have no problems of side effects ta all and some do either way it's whatever Allah wills or us as individuals. Intentions that are sincere comes first. Dubai...Ive heard nice things about Dubai.