Thursday, December 27, 2007
Biasa lah klinik kerajaan kan....nak ambil angka giliran pun aku kena tunggu dalam setengah jam....nasib baik aku nie jenis sabar.....tak per....aku tahu..sebab apa..FREE kan...
Nasib baik masa aku ngandung dulu check up kat HUKM kalo kat sini jugak pening lah kepala aku....appt. pukul 9 no. kitaorg panggil kul 10.45 am....aduiiiih...sempat aku n hubby makan nasi lemak kat luar tu...heheheh...
Timbang berat Aina...weight dia 10 kg...tepat....patut lah lenguh bangat kalo aku dukung dia......
cuma dia nie tak boleh duk...diam lah...dah ramai orang...dok kacau org...semapat lagi duk kiss baby kat situ.....penat...aku dah lah sengugut hari nie.....P*****...letih mak.
Yang seronok kat sini aku nie suka tengok gelagat org...macam2 kerenah...ader sorang nenek nie datang naik bas jer (cina) semata2 nak check up cucu dia yg baru 9 bulan tu...siap bawak cucu sorang lagi...mak budak tu mana ntah....terkezut aku dgr.....ikut kan hati nak jer suruh hubby tumpangkan bila balik nanti kesian aku tgk..tapi bila lepas cucuk Aina aku tercari2 jugak nenek tu tak der pun...kesian erk kasih seorang nenek kepada cucunya....mana lah mak budak tu pi...takkan sanggup biar mak dia yg tua cam gitu...naik bas bawa cucu yang kecil lagi.....ishhh..tak sampai hati bila aku melihatnya...
Lagi satu yang aku geram kalo kat klinik2 kesihatan cam gini...yang pergi check up nya sorang yg datang satu kampung....kerusi hanya disediakan untuk perempuan hamil and yg bawak babay...nie yg aku tgk terbalik org yg sihat walafiat terutama husband2 yg dok sekali...berdirilah org yg mengandung....ishhh diaorg nie tak der belas kasihan langsung...lah....patut lah org kata org Malaysia nie kurang ajar....(walau tak semuanya)
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Going back to my hometown,bertolak selepas Subuh 6.30 am dan sampai around 9 am...fortunately jalan clear n tak jem...sampai jer terus bedal ketupat n lemang....dapat jugak rasa masakan pagi raya mak aku...yer lah raya puasa lepas kan beraya kat rumah MIL kat Penang mana lah ader ketupat nasi n lemang pagi2 raya...susah bangat aku nak jumpa.
Petang celebrate birhday Aina,panggil lah anak2 jiran sebelah rumah tu....buat kecil-kecilan as long sambut gak her bithday.Tapi yang dok excited nyer cousin2 dia yg dua org tu lah...macam dia org yg sambut birthday...kihkih..
Balik Segamat nak ziarah Tok aku,nasib baik area kampung aku ni tak dilanda flood....lama dah tak balik rumah Tok aku nie...alhamdulilah sihat jer dia.
Aina batuk teruk malam tadi sempat singgah farmasi jap beli ubat...
Aina still cough last night,sampai fever skit....siang tadi pi jugak clinik biasa lah clinic kat sini mana ada Specialist to kids just doc. biasa lah....setakat check cam gitu...aku pun boleh buat...so aku just mintak ubat yg masukkan kat poo poo...senang cepat kebah sikit kalo fever....
Still kat kampung aku....Aina still cough start pukul 12 t/malam jer mesti meraung nangis...tak tahan ngan batuk dia lah tu...batuk nyer sikit nangis nyer lebih..fever dah ok.So, aku n hubby esok kitaorg decided kena balik KL jugak supposed kitaorg rancang nak balik on Cristmas...tapi kena jumpa PAED jugak nie....kesian bangat kat dia sampai tak boleh tidor malam....
Balik KL...sampai terus pi jumpa PAED.. aku suggest nak sedut jer kahak tu...tapi doc. cakap kahak dia sikit jer....n paru2 dia ok..so doc. just bagi ubat batuk n antibiotik jer..ermmm....kalo tak elok jugah 2/3 hari nie...nampak nya aku ingat nak buat x-ray jugak lah...nak tengok keadaan paru-paru dia...
Today..lah,Selamat Hari Natal
Alhamdulilah batuk Aina nampak perubahannya.....w/pun kekadang tu....kesian gak dengar...
yang bestnya hari nie dia berjaya berjalan 4 langkah..satu permulaan yg baik...cuma sekarang nie aku tengok dia suka sangat mengamuk...Aina...Aina..
Hari nie,just pi Giant bali pampers dia n barang dapur skit....
N petang duk melepak kat umah....penat...cuti tak hilang lagi nie...n aku dapat call tadi ader satu job(freelance) aku ler...start Jan next year...lumayan gak...heheheh rezeki Aina kot..alhamdulilah...
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Eid al-Adha is four days long and starts on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja (ذو الحجة) of the lunar Islamic calendar. This is the day after the pilgrims in Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia by Muslims worldwide, descend from Mount Arafat. It happens to be approximately 70 days after the end of the month of Ramadan.
Every year, millions of Muslims make the journey to Mecca in Saudi Arabia to perform the haj, one of the five basic tenets of Islam.
Aidiladha also commemorates the sacrifices made by the Prophet Ibrahim (hence the word 'korban,' which means sacrifice in Arabic), who demonstrated immense faith when he was put to the test by God.
Prophet Ibrahim was commanded to offer his son Ismail up for sacrifice, and though it grieved him greatly, he made ready to perform the task. However, as he was about to strike his son, God stopped him and revealed that it was a trial. Ismail's life was spared, and a ram was sacrificed in his place.
As such, during Aidiladha, the sacrifice of four-legged animals such as lambs, goats, cows, bulls and camels is performed.
The slaughter of the animal is done after the congregational prayer in the morning of Aidiladha.
The animals are killed in accordance with the proper religious rites and the meat is then distributed.
One third of the meat is given to the individual who made the sacrifice, while the rest is given to the poor and deserving people in the community.
p/s :Semoga Ibu Mertuaku dan Bapa Mertuaku yg sedang menunaikan Haji ketika ini,dapat menjalani ibadah ini dengan sempurna dan mendapat haji mabrur.Semoga suatu hari nanti giliranku pula akan tertunai mengerjakan ibadah ini di tanah suci.Amin.
p/s: Kepada kaum muslimin dan muslimat Selamat Menjalani Ibadah Korban.Salam Aidiladha dari kami sekeluarga.
|Your Birthdate: December 14|
You work well with others. That is, you're good at getting them to do work for you.
It's true that you get by on your charm. But so what? You make people happy!
You're dynamic, clever, and funny. And people like to have you around.
But you're so restless, they better not expect you to stay around for long.
Your strength: Your superstar charisma
Your weakness: Commitment means nothing to you
Your power color: Fuchsia
Your power symbol: Diamond
Your power month: May
p/s : I wish that!
Monday, December 17, 2007
|Your Inner Color is Blue|
Your Personality: Your natural warmth and intuition nurtures those around you. You are accepting and always follow your heart.
|Your Birthdate: August 17|
You tend to find yourself lucky - both in business and in life.And while being wealthy is nice, you enjoy sharing your abundance with others.You put your luck to good use: you are very ambitious and goal oriented.Often times, you get over excited and take on more than you can manage.
Sunday, December 16, 2007
Mengikut kajian Dr Sears terdapat 7 attachment tools in AP
- Birth Bonding - Terutamanya di saat kelahiran baby kita,yang amat memerlukan belaian aksih sayang seorang ibu.The days and weeks after birth are a sensitive period in which mothers and babies are uniquely primed to want to be close to one another.
- Breastfeeding - Satu pendekatan untuk kita mengenal lebih rapat baby kita.Mengenal pasti sebarang tanda kelainan, body languange, which is the first step in getting to know our baby. Breastmilk contains unique brain-building nutrients that cannot be manufactured or bought.BF juga memupuk chemistry antara kita n baby.
- Babywearing - Babywearing improves the sensitivity of the parents. Because our baby is so close to us, we get to know baby better.
- Bedding close to baby - Nighttime touch that helps busy daytime parents reconnect with their infant at night. Since nighttime is scary time for little people, sleeping within close touching and nursing distance minimizes nighttime separation anxiety and helps baby learn that sleep is a pleasant state to enter and a fearless state to remain in.
- Belief in the language value of your baby's cry - A baby's cry is a signal designed for the survival of the baby and the development of the parents. Responding sensitively to your baby's cries builds trust. Babies trust that their caregivers will be responsive to their needs. Parents gradually learn to trust in their ability to appropriately meet their baby's needs. This raises the parent-child communication level up a notch
- Beware of baby trainers -AP teaches us how to be discerning of advice, especially those rigid and extreme parenting styles that teach you to watch a clock or a schedule instead of your baby; you know, the cry-it-out crowd. This "convenience" parenting is a short-term gain, but a long-term loss, and is not a wise investment. These more restrained styles of parenting create a distance between you and your baby and keep you from becoming an expert in your child.
- Balance - In your zeal to give so much to your baby, it's easy to neglect the needs of yourself and your marriage. As you will learn the key to putting balance in your parenting is being appropriately responsive to your baby – knowing when to say "yes" and when to say "no," and having the wisdom to say "yes" to yourself when you need help.
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Bukan best sangat pun,w/pun ticket price mahal bangat..mahal ker...bagi aku mahal lah tu...cuma suka2 bawak Aina and her cousins pi keluar sekali sekala,kalo selalu parah jugak lah....Aina ternganga jer lah lagi2 kalo nampak Shark lalu atas kepala dia..tapi dia nie penakut gak...sekejap2 tutup muka kat bahu abah dia..hehhehe..
Tapi ada satu yang buat aku hangin satu badan tadi,camera yang aku bawak tu tak der bateri....hubby aku lagilah bengang...nasib baik lah ader hp aku yang tak secanggih mana...
Sempena Birthday Aina semalam,my SIL belikan birthday cake yg comel bangat untuk Aina,yang sebenarnya kitaorg plan nak sambut nanti Raya Haji,tak pelah sambut dgn cousin2 dia kat sini dululah....thanks Mummy(Aina call her,my SIL) for cute birhtday cake...
Thursday, December 13, 2007
* Dah pandai kiss mama and abah dia ...esp. kalo mama kata sayang mama...sayang abah..so sweet
* Baru nak start berjalan beberapa langkah..tapi most the time...malas nak berjalan..terus jer merangkak
* Her fav. song is This Old Man...sure dia clap her hand bagai nak rak..
* Her fav. place dalam rumah ialah dapur..
* Her fav. time....masa mandi...tapi make sure air tu kena suam kalo tak sure dia menjerit..
* Fav. word dia..'abah' dan tu......
* Fav. animals..cat and bird
* Fav. drinks..mestilah SUSUIBU
* Fav. cartoons...Teletubbies
* Fav. food...nasi bersama ikan bilis kisar and mashed potato yg mama masak
* Fav. book...flashcards animal picture esp.
* Pandai picit2 hidung
* Kakak2 kat nursery selalu complain ngan mama..mulut Aina bising..pot pet pot pet all da time...n dah bertambah naughty..sampai kena gigit sebab kacau budak lain....naughty girl!!
Apapun...Happy 1st Birthday to my sweetheart.....
Terima kasih Allah kerana memberi kami berdua sesuatu yang amat berharga akan kami pastikan yang terbaik untuk anak ini dunia dan akhirat-Amin
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Yo...this few days nothing much happen..this week has been relax week for me (probably my first relax week in da office for along time)..yer ker?maybe kot..bos taken da leave until next year...(horay!!!),my officemate some of them clear da leave...and me simpan for next week for Raya Haji Holiday(6 days)..coz I deserve for it..
Skg pun..semester break...n dapat lah relax ..clear kan apa2 yg dok serabut nie...
Hubby sent da sms tengah hari tadi.."jom pi zoo,this Saturday..." mimpi aper?
thinking first yah...
Cuti panjang nie,Hubby cadangkan nak pi bercuti.....wei..aku bising tengah bulanlah..no budgetlah...sabar erk tunggu bonus erk....mesti dapat tahun nie kan?HOPEFULLY...tapi aku sure tahun nie mesti ader bonus....akan ku tunggu...!!!!
...tadi balik keje my neighbour tegur...nak tahu aper dia buat aku tersenyum lebar sampai skg..."ingatkan sapa tadi,slim erk nampak skg"...hubby aku cam tak caya siap tanya balik "apa kak?slim?"..dengan nada tak puas hati..slim aper...54 kg + 168cm...slim kan?alah...anak baru sorang kan bolehlah maintain lagi...cuba kang masuk 2,3,4,5,6..ish banyak pula..heheh...tak sempat nak maintain kan..? .aku nie takde lah jaga diet sgt...semua sapu..tolak batu kayu jer...alhamdulilahlah skg masih boleh dikawal...
..tadi berjaya menyiapkan projek flashcard for Aina,ala2 Glenn Doman gitu,projek yg dah lama terbengkalai..sampai card manila tu...pun aku tgk cam tak bermaya...kalo ma_danish terbaca entry nie mesti tersenyumkan?
For my little baby Aina,
Beberapa jam lagi dah masuk setahun...tapi aku tetap rasakan dia tu still like a baby...me her mum and hubby her 'abah' did love her so much.If she was the princess, we were her bodyguard. Her lady-in-waiting. Her everything.
Birhtday party Aina,dlm rancangan buat masa Raya Haji nanti kat kampung aku....nak buat kat sini malas rasanya.....malas nak mengemas rumah....terukkan aku nie..hehehhe
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Anak perempuan nie lebih close dgn abah dia ker?tapi tak jugak Aina nie ikut mood gak..time dia nak ngan mama...cam tak nak lepas.....sebab dia nie kaki ngempeng(dalam istilah jawa)dalam bahasa harian(BF sambil baring)hhehe.Selalunya baby yg BF nie close sgt ngan mum dia kan...even Aina close bangat ngan mama dia nie...alhamdulilah..ngan Abah dia pun close..sebab mama dia selalu tinggal depa berdua terutamanya kalo ader class.Alhamdulilah sejak akhir2 nie ilmu parenting hubby ku tu,dah menampakkan kemajuan..esp time cuci poo poo.
Dad and the Breastfeeding Baby
by Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC
During this time of transitions, breastfeeding affects family dynamics. Although many couples choose breastfeeding in part for the "closeness" it brings, they are often unprepared for the intensity of this physical link between mother and baby. Nursing is more than feeding; it is an act of intimacy. Breastfeeding hormones relax the mother and heighten her sensitivity to her child, evoking an intense desire to respond to his cries. The nursing baby experiences his mother through all five of his senses, finding security and comfort as well as milk at his mother's breasts.
Since the new father lacks this intense physical link and natural source of comfort, what does this mean to his relationship with his baby? In recent studies, fathers of breastfeeding babies report feelings of frustration and inadequacy because they were unable to easily comfort their babies during their wives' absence. When they realized their relationship with their baby was different from their wives', they felt a sense of loss. Even so, the fathers continued to support breastfeeding because of its many health and emotional benefits. Those who wanted to be most actively involved with their babies reassured themselves that this difference "wouldn't last forever" and found other ways to be involved in their babies' care. Rather than attempting to duplicate the breastfeeding relationship, they found that they could develop their own unique relationship with their children.
In some fathers, though, feelings of frustration and inadequacy cause them to back off and become even less involved in their baby's care, leading to resentment and jealousy at their wives' absorption with the baby. Some fathers perceive the mother-baby bond as a threat.
The adjustment that comes with having a child takes effort and understanding. Instead of allowing misunderstandings about each other's feelings to create a rift, I would suggest that both partners explore and acknowledge their own--and each other's--emotional responses, while at the same time adopting an attitude of, 'How can I be of greatest help in our relationship and our family?'"
No matter how his baby is fed, each new father has an important choice to make. Will he allow himself to feel left out and become a bystander in his baby's care? Or will he take an active role in developing a positive relationship with his baby?
The relationship between father and child is intimately linked to the emotional health of the whole family. The couples' relationship will be affected, as well as the mother's ability to meet her own needs. When a mother has confidence in the father's good relationship with their baby, she will feel freer to take the time she needs for herself. And when she sees her baby and his father happy together, it makes her feel even better about her partner.
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Sian tengok Aina berpeluh sakan dia, just sekali round je, berhenti kat booth pun semata2 SIL nak beli something....takder nak menyinggah lama2 pun..tak larat lah..tak sampai sejam pun kita kat situ agak2 SIL puas shopping kitaorg pun baliklah...
jangan makan colour tu sudah yer Aina
Aina ader hobi baru sekarang....hobi menconteng nath aper2 nath.lantaklah asalkan bahagia.Hari nie Sabtu,tak der plan nak pi mana duk umah jer lah...mengamuk jugak si Aina tu tadi ajak abah dia nak pi jalan,bawaklah dia ronda2 kat taman bawah tu..masuk jer umah terus melalak.
Activities Aina on today ialah menonton cd2 kegemaran dia tu....teletubbies and Kids song..abah pulak cuci kereta n pi pasar,mama godek2 pc nie,basuh baju,kemas rumah, masak nasi dan yg masak lauk abahlah..sebab abah lebih terrer dari mama...kihkihkih...
Dalam tak nak pi mana2 tadi hubby teringin pulak pi swimming,pi lah kat Club Golf Bandar Kinrara wuit tak ramai org hari nie, n dapatlah Aina merasmikan swimmming suit baru dia tu...suka betui2 dapat berendam yang kelakarnya underwear tu mama terbeli besarlah saiz M sorry erk Aina,boleh jer lah....
Lepas tu singgah Giant Kinrara pi kat kawasan permainan tingkat atas sekali tu...seronok betul lah dia main....
Friday, December 7, 2007
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Aku suka nama nieeeeeeeeeeeeee...nape lah sejak akhir2 nie duk terfikir kan nama for baby boy....tapi aku memang suka nama nie....
tak per...memandangkan plan untuk dapat kan adik for Aina lambat lagi...aku reserve awal2 nama nie dalam blog takut lupa nanti....Aeman Johan
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Nie tengah kusyuk lah nie..tak berkelip mata
Aina and Music memang tak dapat dipisahkan....tu lah yang aku dapat simpulkan tentang habit dia.Music Music Music aper jenis music dia boleh dengar lagi2 kids songs(tu lah yang paling dia suka)boleh duk depan tv tu sampai habis satu cd, dalam kereta semua lagu dia boleh layan...yang havoc skit lah lagi2 yang rancak-rancak even dangdut pun dia boleh goyang satu badan....BUT yang paling aku suka....time azan alhamdulilah tak berkelip mata dia especially kalo dengar n tengok azan dalam TV sopan jer tengok tau lah menghormati azan...nasib baik dia tak menari sekali...sopan jer anak mama nie time azan...boleh dengar sampai habis...
sebenarnya aku dah dedah kan dia dari music sejk dalam perut lagi tu lah sebab jadi cam gitu......lagi2 abah dia hantu music...nasib baik time preagnent dulu tak ikut abah dia pi jamming kalo pi lagilah rock pun dia bantai sekali goyang....hehehhe
She likes guitar abah dia tu...aper yang syok sangat pun aku tak tahu....lagi2 kalo abah dia mainkan lagu untuk dia alahai lagilah melonjak2 suka...Aina..Aina....awak tu girl bukan boy....tau...
Nie tengah berangan nak hantar class piano coz ada kawan yang boleh ngajarkan...tungulah dia besar skit nanti.....
20 Reasons Why Your Child Should Study Music
by Deborah Torres Patel
All you need to do is visit the kids’ audio/video section of your local CD shop and you will be bombarded with a multitude of educational enhancement products to buy. You may find ‘Baby Einstein’ or ‘Brainy Baby’ and an abundance of similar merchandise to make your child smarter. These types of goods can be a wonderful way to introduce music to your children before the age of three. However, nothing can replace private music lessons for a 3 to 9 year old.
The brain develops at a rapid rate between birth and three and is an essential window for the development of neurons. Therefore, encouraging musical exploration is an easy way to promote intellectual development. Before the age of three, toy instruments can be an excellent introduction to the real thing and group musical play classes can prepare a child for later study. Of course, singing at any age is highly beneficial.
From the age of 3 years old, a child’s brain circuits are mature enough to begin instrumental and/or vocal lessons. Voice is probably the most important instrument because singing is a tremendous gateway to confident communication and full self-expression.
The piano is usually the best musical instrument to start with because it does not require any specific fingering to play. However, children should choose instruments to play by the sounds they like. Kids will practice more if they like the sound of an instrument.
If your child chooses the piano, inexpensive electronic keyboards are a good way to begin because they are very affordable and portable. Many brands on the market today will display the notes on a digital screen while music is being played. These types of keyboards can greatly assist a child to begin to read musical notes and symbols. They also often have built in rhythm and song functions that make singing and dancing along with the music easy.
Since Howard Gardner’s “Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences” in 1983 and Gordon Shaw and Francis Rauscher’s “Mozart Effect” in 1993, there has be much debate and research into whether or not music study can be linked to better academic performance.
The top 20 benefits reported for vocal and instrumental music study are listed below.
1 Music training has been linked to spatial-temporal reasoning skills. (I.e. ability to read a map, put puzzles together, form mental images, transform/visualize things in space that unfold over time, and recognize relationships between objects. These skills are often helpful in science, math, and chess.)
2. Musical symbols, structure, and rhythmic training utilize fractions, ratios, and proportions, which are all important in mathematical study.
3. Increases problem finding/solving, logic and thinking skills like analysis, evaluation and the linkage/organization of ideas
4. Optimizes brain neuron development & circuitry
5.Assists motor development especially coordination of hands, eyes and body
6. Expands multiple intelligences and helps students’ transfer study, cognitive and communication skills from subject to subject in any syllabus
7. Group orchestra or ensemble activities help promote cooperation, social harmony and teach kids discipline while working together toward a common goal.
8.Music augments memory. For example, most people learn their ABC’s by singing them. Repeating a tune in a predictable rhythmic song structure makes memorization easier.
9.Singing is a great way to aid/improve reading ability and instruction. Karaoke is a perfect example. Children may learn a song by ear (auditory) but words on a TV or computer screen provide a simultaneous visual anchor.
10.In vocal music learning rhythm, phrasing, and pitch greatly enhances language, pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary skills. This is especially noticeable when using songs in first and second language study.
11. Improves critical reading and writing
12. Raises test scores, decreases performance anxiety, and teaches kids how to handle/manage stress during standardized exams
13. Helps children channel unexpressed and/or negative emotions in a positive way
Boosts creative thinking
14. Reading music and performing memorized pieces help children to think ahead
Improvisation helps people to “think on their feet”
15.Solo performance is connected to self-esteem & self-efficacy. (concept of self capacity) Children learn to reach for their very best.
16.When kids prepare and consistently practice for recital or performance, they work to sing/play without errors. They generally apply similar determination and perseverance to many future endeavors academic or otherwise.
17.Improves understanding of homework and enables a higher levels of concentration
18.Children who study music usually have a better attitude, are more motivated and are less intimidated by learning new things
19.Strong music reading, writing notation, sight singing (solfege), music theory, literacy, and moving the body to music are solid, transferable skills.
20.Learning is a two-way street. For example, one can assume that mathematics can also develop music. Academic achievement links positively with musical achievement and vice versa.