Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Dating with My Guy

Our life has been pretty hectic since the arrival of the two lil rascals.. We have no time to go out on a date once in a while and being me, i dun really like the idea of leaving the kids at daycare while us going out together. I used to think and feel that it's better to bring them along, then u feel complete.. Cian dorg kene tinggal..

But after what since aeons, i guess i need to change my stand.. Both parents also need sometime to themselves too.. U know, to sparkle things up between us, feeling cintan cintun like the old days.. Coz sometimes, life can be so mundane with the same routine like every day, no? I guess couples like us would understand. Those that usually goes out on a date, might or might not understand..

We dun have the luxury of living near to parents and family.. Thus, makes it more difficult to decide to leave ur kids at the daycare.. And babysitter is not an option, coz there's none! I envy parents in the US or Europe, coz they always have babysitting services for a few hours so that parents can go out on a date or romantic dinner or movie! And since Muiz is still fully breastfeeding, it makes it even leceh to leave them behind..

But, last 2 Months, both of us got a chance to have lunch and have some window shopping, just two of us.. Ohh how we sooo love it!! And we both agree we shud do this more often, prolly once a month.. Yes, that is considered often! Hehe..

We went to paradigm mall, so near to our place and had buffet lunch at Seoul Garden, the famous Korean BBQ place.. Last time we ate there was when Azim was 7-8months kot? Haha.. Ad lesson learnt.. U dun wanna bring kids if u wanna enjoy the food peacefully! Haha.. Prolly wait for them to understand life better, or dengar ckp laa haha.. Whats with the bbq thingy splashing some oil here n there kan.. Hot some more..

Actually i stopped at the above para before continuing again at this para, so i just feast ur eyes with the pictures, no mojo to write along the story nemore :p

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Friday, November 23, 2012

That First Little Step

Alhamdulillah.. Muiz Ilman has finally moving on his first step! It's on 11 November 2012, sunday nite. What a nice date he picked, no? 😁

He's 15months now, and getting smarter day by day.. He can says a few words, i.e ayah, nak, daa(dah) sambil pusing2 tgn hehe, ba (bye), tatt(cat), he also good at mimicking sound of horses! Haha..

Alhamdulillah still fully breastfeeding except for last monday, need to top up with formula milk as insufficient supply and no more ebm stock. I feel so bad, and it didnt help as Muiz din took it well. He only drank around 1oz per feeding. Total of 3 feedings with fm. But alhamdulillah, only for that day. Now back with full supply of ebm. How to wean like this hehe..

So that's pretty much updates for now :)

Here's the lil baby of mine who is growing up in a blink! ;)

Buat2 nangis LOL

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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Save Gaza

The Muslim's new year was ruined by the Yahudi Laknatullah.. It has been 7 days of Israeli aggression, and today they finally stop.

But what that 7 days has taken? Hundreds of lives, which the statistic shows children are the highest amongst all.. I dont know, prolly because i have kids on my own, so that i feel rather emotional this time around. Seeing those pure, innocent and pale faces, makes me tears at the thought that they died at such young age and look at how they died.. Being bombed/attacked by the vicious Israeli..

How could that even possible.. I get it if people cannot get to terms with some others but why makes those children as victims.. "It's not a war, it's a murder'.. I've read it somewhere in facebook page, and it is sooo true! I couldnt agree more. What could those kids possible can do to you.. What harm they can do until u have such heart to launch such bullshit mission? I guess the hearts are just too bad, no?

Ya Allah, protect us all.. Amin.. #pray4gaza #savegaza

Lets us do our parts on saving them, including boycotting those products that support and contribute to the terrorism of Israel.. Looking at the list, i'm pretty sure that all of us can still live without them. You have so many other choices, so why bother.. Dont be too shallow,
Narrow minded, pls.. I'm so boycotting, i'm so going to do the most that i can.. May Allah bless and protect us, our families and all muslims in the world.. Amin..

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

"Mommy! Bache.."

Got an email from babycenter.com this morning on my 32 months old baby's development which i find very interesting that i had to share it here.. And oh, 32 months already?? Time flies too fast these days.. :(

"Hello, zue!

It's Rhyme Time

Making time for reading with your child every day has so many benefits. You're exposing her to new words and ideas. You're helping her develop pre-reading skills, such as matching the story to the pictures and identifying letters. And it's a terrific way to snuggle and spend time together. A particularly good kind of book to look for: rhymes, in the form of stories (like The Cat in the Hat) or short nursery rhymes (like "Mother Goose").

A wonderful way to enhance your child's language development is with rhymes. Alliteration, word play, and rhyme tune your child's understanding of subtle differences between words and build vocabulary. They help boost auditory memory, an important pre-reading skill, and develop rhythm, too. The word pictures drawn in familiar rhymes become both fascinating and familiar. Not least, reading and singing rhymes lets your child know that words can be funny and fun!

There's good reason Dr. Seuss books are universal favorites. The vocabularies are simple but the rhymes are pitch-perfect. In addition to rhyming storybooks, look for books of classic nursery rhymes or books of children's poems. There's a wide variety: counting rhymes, rhymes with finger play, and those with silly tongue twisters. It's also great to sing familiar rhymes, which offers many of the same benefits. (Your pitch doesn't matter in the least.)"

I've always love the idea of familiarizing my kids with books.. Tho i only did it like once or twice a week.. Ok, need to try to spend few minutes of the day to read together with them.. And prolly getting that dr seuss books too hehe..

Happy reading! :)

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