بسم الله

Assalaamu Alayki/kum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuh,

This is my first post on this new blog and can I just say I’m quite nervous for whatever odd reason? There’s not much to say at the moment except to give a small introduction of myself. Well, where do I start?

You can call me Bint Abdullah (the daughter of Abdullah) or what will soon to become my Kunya after I give birth in a few months in sha Allah (I’ve yet to know the gender yet so that’s a secret for now lol). I am a very young Muslimah of the age of 19 and married to my lovely husband who only happens to be a year older than me. I know what you may be thinking, “wow both of you are really young.” Walhamdulillah, all I can say is, if you feel ready for marriage, don’t delay it. I don’t regret getting married young one bit. Since my zawj (husband) and I are both still in our teens and immature as you can imagine, we live right now with his family, although I’m very eager and in the works to find us a place of our own because quite personally, I would want my baby born where we’re situated in our own space and privacy.

Since we live with his family (mother, father, brothers, sisters, and neice; big family I know), I have to always observe hijab because of his brothers which got very irritating very quick. Especially with the fact that all of them except his mother don’t really strive upon learning their deen, so it’s a bit hard living in a household with Muslims who are just too modern and don’t understand the Sunnah.  It was especially hard when I started wearing niqab but soon had to remove it, but that’s another story for another blog post.

Moving on, my husband and I strive to follow Islam upon the Qur’an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam through the understanding of the Salaf (Pious Predecessors). We still have a lot to learn, but of course in Islam, you never really stop learning. I feel I’ve already written too much for an intro, but in shaa Allaah, I hope you choose to follow me on my journey of marriage, love, life, new motherhood, striving upon the Sunnah, learning to cook lol, and much more.

Until next time in shaa Allaah.

One thought on “بسم الله

  1. Wa alaikum aslam warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu,
    Welcome to the blogosphere 🙂 It’s nice to see your sweet words in your first post. May Allah bless you with the best in this world and in the hereafter.
    Happy blogging 🙂


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