Alhamdulillah, our sincere gratitude goes to Allah and only Him we should obey. Because of His love we are not punish immediately for our wrongdoings but He gave us time to correct ourselves, to be a better servants of Allah. Everyday is a chance for us to improve ourselves. As i could remember there is one of my senior once told me, "If you are in the same pace and you are not improving yourself, then you are not in the process of tarbiyyah. You are going no where. But if you do make some changes, then you are in the track. Tarbiyyah makes you to be a better Muslim"
So I really hope I am still on the right track. When your phase of life changes, there are a lot of things to adapt. Your spouse, your family in law and of course your new family members (your new born baby). So it really take some time. But I really hope i could cope and adapt it in a short period of time.
I think i will be needing this in the future. There is no doubt that mother's milk is the best milk for babies and there is no absolute substitution. We all aware that this is true, so it is our responsibility to make sure that our babies have these nutricious food which is the mothers milk since he/she is born until the age of a 2 year old child. My target is to give Aeshah the best, so do pray for me that Allah give me the chance to do it.
For those mother who are working out there, i completely encourage you to fully breastfeed your baby. If we look back at the sirah of Rasulullah s.a.w we could see that there is a big example for us to follow their footsteps. Remember that our Prophet pbuh have two 'nursing mother', the first one was Thuwaibah and the second one was Halimah Saadiah. This really show the importance of breastfeeding. So let's implement it to show our love and care to our young generations.
May Allah helps us to nurture the good deeds in our heart and action.