Duas & Islamic Quotes & Wishes for Newborn Baby

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Duas & Islamic Quotes & Wishes for Newborn Baby

Duas & Islamic Quotes & Wishes for Newborn Baby | Children are a precious gift from God, and the blessing of a child is a special time in a person’s life. Every parent in the world is delighted to hear the sound of their baby’s first cry, see their first smile, and even their first steps. But it is not easy having your first or newborn baby. Let us bless our sons and daughter with the prayers for new born baby in Islam.

 

Sunnahs Every Parent Should Perform After The Birth Of Their Child

Child birth is one of the most amazing blessings given to us by the Almighty Allah. After the child is born, these are the Sunnahs that everyone should perform.

 

1. Adhaan (Saying prayer)

When a child is born, the Adhaan should be said in his/her ear.

In the right ear, the Adhaan should be recited, and in the left ear Iqamah. (Tirmidhi 1514)

 

2. Tahneek

It is a sunnah, in this, you chew a date and put it on the palate of the child, so he can swallow it easily. If the date is not available, you can also put honey in Baby Boy’s or Baby Girl’s mouth.  This should be done by the elder person or the Aalim. (Muslim 2147)

 

3. Naming

Honorable names for your child have importance in Islam. Prophet (PBUH) has always chosen names with beautiful meanings. You can also name your Baby Boy or Baby Girl on the companions of Muhammad (PBUH). In some traditions, it is said that Naming the child on the day of his Aqeeqa.

 

4. Aqeeqa (Before the 7th day)

Aqeeqa, in easy words, is a form of Sadaqah which safeguards your boy or girl from all Evil.

Two sheep or Goats if you had a Baby Boy.

One sheep or Goat if you had a Baby Girl.

 

5. Shaving His or Her head

It is compulsory to shave Baby Boy or Baby Girl’s head on the 7th day, along with Aqeeqa as it is mustahabb (desirable).

6. Circumcision

Circumcision of a boy should be done before he reaches maturity. It is also advisable to do it on the 7th day after he is born. Prophet (PBUH) had gotten the circumcision of Hassan (R.A) and Hussain (R.A) on the 7th day.

 

Source: theislamicinformation.com

 

 

Islamic Quotes & Wishes for Newborn Baby

 

Let Allah always protect the baby, let the child’s path be bright and kind I wish good health and well-being to the family, unquenchable happiness, and love.

May Allah give the baby a happy and kind fate, a bright future, and good health.

Let the newborn miracle grow healthy, let luck always burn on the path of the baby, and the rays of happiness shine. May Allah bless this child always.

May Allah bless this child for you and make him a good man of the righteous!
May Allah let the baby grow up as a healthy, strong, calm, and kind human being.

Let the little eyes see only the beautiful, let the path of great successes and victories spread out for the little legs.

May Allah give no fears and disappointments in the life of the child, that it is easy and joyful for parents to raise and educate their newborns.

Allah has made your life a hundred times more wonderful and interesting with the appearance of the newborn.

May the peace, love, care, and blessings of Allah be with you! 

May the power of faith protect your newborn, may the peace and warmth of your family bloom like a spring flower!

May this joy of receiving the new baby remain in your family forever and let it grow along with the kid’s growth. Congratulations!

As you welcome the newest member of your family into the world, may this child bring you blessings untold and light up the days to come. Congratulations on your new born baby.

May Muslim faith, blessing, and love reign in your baby’s soul! And let his soul never yearn, let the lights of hope never go out!

I congratulate you on such a happy and blessed occasion. Wishing you so many precious moments with your beautiful new baby.

May Allah reward your baby with good health, longevity, dignity, and eternal hope!

We wish your baby to go through life according to the law of the Quran, and leave only clean traces after himself!

May Allah bless you with His gift to you, and may you (the new parent) give thanks, may the child reach the maturity of years, and may you be granted its righteousness. 

 

Dua Collection for Newborn Baby!

 

بَارَكَ اللهُ لَك فِيْهِ وَجَعَلَهُ بَرًّا تَقِيًّا

“May Allah instil blessings in him for you and make him righteous and God-fearing.” 

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There is another supplication narrated from some tābiʿūn (followers of companions):

جَعَلَهُ اللهُ مُبَارَكًا عَلَيْكَ وَعَلَى أمَّةِ مُحَمَّدٍ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ

“May Allah make him blessed for you and for the nation of Muḥammad ﷺ.”

This supplication has been transmitted from Ayyūb al-Sakhtiyānī 

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شَكَرْتَ الْوَاهِبَ وَبُوْرِكَ لَكَ فِي الْمَوْهُوْبِ وَبَلَغَ أَشُدَّهُ وَرُزِقْتَ بِرَّهُ

“May you thank The Giver, may you be blessed in the gift, may the child reach the maturity of years, and may you be granted its righteousness.”

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Sayyiduna Hasan al-Basri (Allah be pleased with him) advised a man to supplicate with the following words when congratulating new parents:

بَارَكَ اللَّهُ لَكَ فِي الـمَوْهُوبِ لَكَ، وَشَكَرْتَ الوَاهِبَ، وبَلَغَ أشُدَّهُ، وَرُزِقْتَ بِرَّهُ

“May Allah bless you in His gift to you, may you give thanks to the giver of this gift, may the child reach the maturity of years, and may you be granted its righteousness.”

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“May Allah bless you children who are given to you. May you be grateful to the Giver, and he is able to reach adulthood, and you are blessed with his goodness. “ (Al-Hasan)

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Ayyub al-Sakhtiyani (Allah have mercy on him), the great Imam and follower (tabi’i), would congratulate new parents with the following supplication:

جعله الله مباركاً عليك وعلى أمة محمد صلى الله عليه وسلم

“May Allah make the child a blessing for you and a blessing for the Umma of Muhammad (Allah bless him & give him peace).” (Recorded by Imam al-Tabarani 945)

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