[Baqarah 2:231] And when you have divorced women, and their term reaches its end, either retain them on good terms within this period or release them with kindness; and do not retain them in order to hurt them, hence transgressing the limits; and he who does so harms only himself; and do not make the signs of Allah the objects of ridicule; and remember Allah’s favour that is bestowed upon you and that He has sent down to you the Book and wisdom, for your guidance; and keep fearing Allah and know well that Allah knows everything. (The traditions of the Holy Prophet – sunnah and hadith – are called wisdom.)
[Baqarah 2:232] And when you have divorced women and they complete their waiting period - then O guardians of such women, do not prevent them from marrying their husbands if they agree between themselves in accordance with Islamic law; this lesson is for those among People who Believe in Allah and the Last Day; this is purer for you, and cleaner; and Allah knows and you do not know.
[Baqarah 2:233] And
mothers shall breast-feed their children for two full years - for those
who wish to complete the term of milk feeding; and the father of the child
must provide for food and clothing of the mother in accordance with
custom; no one will be burdened except with what he can bear; a mother
should not be harmed because of her child, nor he to whom the child is
born be harmed because of his child (or
a mother should not harm the child nor he to whom the child is born should
harm the child); and the same is incumbent on the guardian in place of
the father; then if the parents desire to wean the child by mutual consent
and consultation, it is no sin for them; and if you wish to give your
children out to a (milk feeding) nurse, it is no sin for you, provided you pay to them
what is agreed, with kindness; and keep fearing Allah, and know well that
Allah is seeing what you do.