Ramadhan in the Eyes of Kids

This Ramadhan is special since it is going to be the first time for my 6-year-old daughter, Najla, learning how to do fasting. On the first day, she was fasting until 1.30 pm but on the next day she made it, she could finish until Maghrib, way to go girl.

I thought that it's going to be very hard for her moreover she also needs to go to school. But I guess mommy has too much worries because she is just fine. She enjoys the fasting. In fact everytime she arrives home from school, she looks even more cheerful.

So the conclusion is just let the kids do fasting as long as they want it. No force at all. Last but not least especially for mommies let's leave our worries behind and trust our kids wholehartedly. They can make it. Hakuna matata!!!

This conversation between Najla and Zea (4 yr old) happened yesterday on a critical hour (5 pm):

Zea: Kak, aku tadi ngabisin nata decoco yang ada di kulkas
Hah? Kok kamu bilang2 ke aku sih? Aku kan jadi kepingin..

Kepingin itu apa sih kak?
*muka lempeng*
Najla: *speechless*

Have a blessed and peaceful Ramadhan, everybody:)


gerandis August 5, 2011 at 7:27 AM  

wuiiii kakak zea hebat!!! tekatnya kuat buat berpuasa :D

YNa August 5, 2011 at 4:45 PM  

dua jempol tuk Najla :)
iya mba, sya jg lg blajar jd ibu yg ga terlalu 'protektif' dan membiarkan anak2 melakukan keinginannya atau kewajiban dgn kerelaan. syusah, tp tetap berusaha :). *cubit pipi Zea, polos bgt hehe..*

riana August 8, 2011 at 8:26 AM  

@om gerandis: yg hebat kakak najla, kalo zea puasanya baru kuat sampe jam 10, hehe..btw makasih supportnya yaaa..

@auntie yana: makasihhh jempolnya....iya mbak, susah tp pelan2 insyaAllah bisa:))

Ariza August 8, 2011 at 12:03 PM  

selamat puasa yaa NajlaZea... :)

riana August 10, 2011 at 12:22 PM  

makasih tante Icha, selamat puasa juga buat tante icha & om damar, smg berkah, aminnn...