This is the fourth book in the Muslim Family Series. The first three books deal with various aspects of marriage as follows: 2. Closer than a Garment Marital Intimacy According to the Pure Sunnah 3. The Fragile Vessels Rights and Obligations between the Spouses in Islam As a logical continuation to these three, this sequel deals with the normal fruit of marriage: babies. It covers the Islamic regulations relating to a newborn. This includes welcoming the baby, naming it, shaving its hair, circumcising it, and slaughtering the sacrificial ‘agiqah. The discussion of naming the newborn covers recommended and prohibited names, nicknames, and kunyahs. It is further enhanced with two appendices that list Allah’s authentic excellent names, as well as a large number of suggested Islamic names for both genders. The discussion of ‘agiqah includes its ruling, animals to be slaughtered, dispensing of the meat, the ‘agigah’s feast, and the ‘agIgah’s wisdom. The discussion of circumcision includes the circumcision process, its ruling for boys and girls, its benefits, and excessiveness and other violations. Other discussions include tahnik, shaving the baby’s head, piercing the ears, breast-feeding, protection from the evil eye, babies’ toys and clothes, birthdays, and so on. We intended – and we believe that we largely succeeded – in making this book a complete reference covering the correct Islamic acts that parents need to perform for their newborn during its first few weeks. All praise is due to Allah.