Saturday, June 18, 2016

Grandma Jeddah has something for you


Free Helpful Guides Mailed to Your Home 

If you live in California, Grandma Jeddah will mail you free courtesy copies of legal guides for your newly adult children or your elderly parents. You can order The California Bar Association's guide, "When You Turn 18: A Survival Guide for Teenagers" or The National Institute of Aging's guide "Seniors and the Law:A Guide for Maturing Californians". To receive your courtesy copy, please leave your contact information in Grandma Jeddah's email: CourtFormHelp@gmail.com

We are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice.We are a low-cost legal form preparation service.


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Friday, June 17, 2016

The Prophet, (s.a.w.s.) said, "Abusing a Muslim is a sin, and killing him is disbelief." (Bukhari and Muslim)

You’ve seen the headlines: Mother Kills Children for “Talking Back”, Spanked to Death in the Name of God, Mom Charged with Murder of 5-year-Old Son--Beats Child to Death because He Broke the TV. 1

These are clear examples of children who have been abused and oppressed by their parents. But what about the more subtle forms of abuse and oppression that a parent may place upon her child? As we try our best to raise our children and guide them to do what’s right, we must re-examine ourselves to make sure that we discipline within the realm of Islam.

What is this realm you may ask? There are varying opinions as to what extent we can discipline our children in Islam. Some scholars suggest it’s completely forbidden to hit our children when they’re under the age of ten.2 Others allow it for this age group as well as older children. But a unifying thread that you will find amongst both opinions is the following:
Ø Children should not be hit in the face.
Ø Children should not be hit severely (cutting of skin, breaking of bones or teeth).
Ø Children should not be verbally abused.
Ø Children should not receive more than ten smacks.
Ø Hitting should be a last resort.
Ø Hitting should be done lightly.3

Of course none of us is perfect. We may fall into error at times when it comes to correcting our children, but this does not excuse us from possibly having to be held accountable for mistreating them. We might even get away with our behavior in this world, but what about in the hereafter. Begin taking an account of the way in which you treat your child.

And when you find at times that you may have been excessive in your child’s disciplining, how about telling your child you’re sorry. Exactly, say “I’m sorry.” Why . . . you may ask? First of all, it helps you to be responsible for your improper actions. In addition, saying “I’m sorry,” teaches your child that you make mistakes, too, but you try to make up for them. It also teaches your child to make apologies when he has done something wrong to others. Another reason is it lets your child know that he didn’t deserve to be treated in such a fashion. 

Grandma Jeddah is the mother of 11 children and 13 grandchildren. She has taught hundreds of students for over 30 years at an Islamic school in Los Angeles, California.She is the author of, Discipline without Disrespecting: Discover the Hidden Secrets of How to Effectively Discipline Your Muslim Child--And Keep Your Peace of Mind while at It.  Order her e-book or Subscribe to her free newsletter at --http://shop.grandmajeddah.com/  and  http://www.grandmajeddah.com/subscribe-page.html

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Does Your Disabled Adult Child Need Your Help?

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R.M. Quarels Legal Form Help was established to provide an affordable alternative to expensive lawyer fees that pro per (self-represented) individuals are unable to afford when completing their legal forms.

Ms. Quarels is a Legal Document Assistant (LDA) who attended USC, received her Associate of Arts degree at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, and earned her American Bar Association approved Paralegal Certificate at West Los Angeles Community College with a GPA of 3.9. She has worked with attorneys on matters  including landlord/tenant laws,  non-profit creation, trademarks, and legal research. She also has experience as a volunteer at the FAME Legal Clinic in Los Angeles, assisting low-income clients.

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Be a Very Good Muslim to Your Children by: Grandma Jeddah

Be a Very Good Muslim to Your Children by: Grandma Jeddah


Narrated Abu Musa “Some people asked Allah’s Apostle, “Whose Islam is the best? i.e. (who is a very good Muslim?”He replied, “One who avoids harming the Muslims with his tongue and hands. (Bukhari)
https://islamiclifestylemagazine.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/be-a-very-good-muslim-to-your-children-by-grandma-jeddah/

Grandma Jeddah is the mother of 11 children and 13 grandchildren. She has taught hundreds of students for over 30 years at an Islamic school in Los Angeles, California.She is the author of, Discipline without Disrespecting: Discover the Hidden Secrets of How to Effectively Discipline Your Muslim Child--And Keep Your Peace of Mind while at It.  Order her e-book or Subscribe to her free newsletter at --http://shop.grandmajeddah.com/  and  http://www.grandmajeddah.com/subscribe-page.html

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Greetings for Ramadan

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatu,

May Allah The Most High accept all of our good deeds during Ramadan.

Your Sister in Islam,
Grandma Jeddah
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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

5 Ways to Entertain Your Children this Ramadan - By Grandma Jeddah (From: Muslimommy)

Here are 5 great activities we can engage in with our children  that can increase our worship while entertaining them.

http://muslimommy.com/2015/06/22/5-ways-to-entertain-your-children-in-ramadan/

Grandma Jeddah is the mother of 11 children and 13 grandchildren. She has taught hundreds of students for over 30 years at an Islamic school in Los Angeles, California.She is the author of, Discipline without Disrespecting: Discover the Hidden Secrets of How to Effectively Discipline Your Muslim Child--And Keep Your Peace of Mind while at It.  Order her e-book or Subscribe to her free newsletter at --http://shop.grandmajeddah.com/  and  http://www.grandmajeddah.com/subscribe-page.html

Monday, May 23, 2016

Creating a Stress-less Ramadan (By Grandma Jeddah)

Creating a Stress-less Ramadan


Did I forget anything on the list for Iftar? What am I going to cook for Suhoor? I’m hungry, irritable, and my kids are stressing me out!


​Ramadan! One of the most blessed and enjoyable months of the year. But for Muslim sisters, it can also be a month of pressure, extra demands, and anxiety.

Many sisters have the added pressure of preparing Iftar for guests, taking care of fasting children who are restless and cranky, as well as trying to find extra time to read Qur’an and perform voluntary acts of worship. The pressures can pile up. Manage your Ramadan stresses with these sparkling jewels from Grandma Jeddah.

Jewel 1 - Read or listen to inspiring stories from Qur’an and Hadith


The Qur’an has stories of righteous women who had difficulties but remained patient and received Allah’s reward as a result. Maryam, mother of Isa, was accused of immoral acts.  In the end, she was blessed with a virtuous son who was a noble prophet. Asiya the wife of Pharaoh was tortured viciously by her husband. Allah informed her of her place in Paradise. The mother of Musa gave up her son for a period of time. Allah returned him to her and blessed him to become a righteous prophet. Through their patience, Allah blessed these women with something better than what their trials presented to them.


Stories such as these found in Qur’an and hadith are not merely for our reading pleasure. They are words of inspiration to help us through our difficult challenges in life.


During Ramadan, take 15 minutes each day to read or listen to inspiring stories from Islam.  When the stressful moments of Ramadan arise, your mind will be set with a positive outlook so you can tackle the busyness with courage and patience learned from these role models, insha'Allah.

to be continued, insha'Allah...

Mothering Doesn’t Stop in Ramadan is a collection of Grandma Jeddah’s valuable tips from articles she’s written over the years. It’s written in an easy-to-read format with ample headers and short paragraphs that make reading more enjoyable.
Ramadan is our most treasured month of the year. Use Grandma Jeddah’s jewels to help make your Ramadan less stressful. Use her solutions and guidance to help manage your kids and household better and to help with the added challenges of Ramadan.
Now, find 1 hour out of your 24, and start plucking a few jewels to add to your Ramadan treasures.

Your Sister in Islam,

Grandma Jeddah

Look for excerpts this month, insha'Allah...