This study aims to provide a new perspective and paradigm for the community about the concept of the Quranic hafidz education in early childhood. This study uses a case study qualitative method. Data collection techniques are carried out through interviews and observations. Interviews and observations were made to look more deeply at learning and experiences applied by parents and the life side of children who memorized the Qur'an early on. The subjects of this study were parents from Hilya Qonita, the first winner of the 2013 RCTI Indonesia Hafidz Program. The results showed that early childhood was able to memorize the Al-Qur'an 30 juz when stimulated by parents from infancy even in the womb. Parents' role and role models greatly determine the success of children in memorizing the Qur'an. The results of this study provide a new perspective that the Al-Qur'an provides blessings for parents and children. Children who take precedence with the Qur'an are easier to acquire other sciences.