30 March, 2009

How often should I bathe my baby?

Although some parents bathe their babies every day, until yours is crawling around and getting into messes, a bath isn't really necessary more than once or twice a week. (Just wash his face frequently and thoroughly clean his genital area after each diaper change.) When you do bathe him, you may find it a little scary to handle your wiggly little one when he's all soapy and slippery, so keep a good grip. Most babies find the warm water very soothing.

Where should I bathe my baby?

Instead of using a standard bathtub, which requires you to kneel or lean awkwardly over your baby and gives you less control over his movements, it makes sense to use the kitchen sink or a small plastic baby tub.

What's the best way to give my baby a bath?

Here's how to do it and what you'll need to make baby-bathing easy. With any luck, his bath will become one of the most enjoyable parts of your days together:

1. Assemble all necessary bath accessories.

2. Fill the tub with 2 to 3 inches of water that feels warm but not hot, about 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius).

3. Bring your baby to the bath area and undress him completely.

4. Gradually slip your baby into the tub, using one hand to support his neck and head. Pour cupfuls of bath water over him regularly during the bath so he doesn't get too cold.

5. Use soap sparingly (it dries your baby's skin) as you wash him with your hand or a washcloth from top to bottom, front to back. Wash his scalp with a wet, soapy cloth. Use a moistened cotton ball to clean his eyes and face. As for your baby's genitals, a routine washing is all that is needed. If dried mucus has collected in the corner of your baby's nostrils or eyes, dab it several times with a small section of a moistened washcloth to soften it before you wipe it out.

6. Rinse your baby thoroughly with a clean washcloth.

7. Wrap your baby in a hooded towel and pat him dry. If his skin is dry, or if he has a bit of diaper rash, you may want to apply a mild lotion after his bath.

Talking the talk..(2-year-old time line)

Your 2-year-old now

Your preschooler's vocabulary is on its way to becoming dictionary-thick. The typical 24-month-old knows about 50 to 75 words and is working the next big milestone: stringing them together into phrases and sentences. Two-word noun-verb sentences are typical at 2: "baby sleep" and "want milk." He'll probably begin expressing himself in longer sentences as the year goes by. If your child uses fewer than 20 words, he should be tested for hearing problems.

First sentences tend to be short (two to three words) and to the point: "Mommy help." "Play ball Daddy." Or a preschooler may echo a group of words she hears often, like "Go bye-bye" or "All gone."

Some ways to encourage your 2-year-old to speak in sentences:
• Expand on her bare-bones phrases in your reply: "You want Mommy to help you put your sock on." "Okay, Daddy will play ball with Lucy."
• Don't correct her grammar. Casually repeat the sentence using the right words, but it's way too early to point out mistakes.
• Don't insist your child repeat a full, proper sentence. Prompting, "Can you say, 'Mommy, help me with my sock?'" only disrupts the flow and frustrates your child.
• Read often in an interactive way, asking your child questions about what he sees on the page or what he thinks will happen next.

Your life now

If you're feeling like the clutter around your house is growing right along with your child, you're not alone. Not only do preschoolers continue to acquire toys at an alarming rate, but more and more they — blocks, puzzles, car collections — come with multiple parts, which preschoolers love to dump out and mix up. Individual bins for each type of toy help keep things organized. (Empty diaper-wipe boxes are an inexpensive way to keep track of smaller parts.) Save yourself clean-up time by putting out only one or two bins of toys at a time. This keeps the toys more interesting — and the floor tidier, too.

26 March, 2009




This year, Earth Hour has been transformed into the world’s first global election, between Earth and global warming.

For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities, race and background have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote – Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote for global warming. WWF are urging the world to VOTE EARTH and reach the target of 1 billion votes, which will be presented to world leaders at the Global Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009.

This meeting will determine official government policies to take action against global warming, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol. It is the chance for the people of the world to make their voice heard.

Earth Hour began in Sydney in 2007, when 2.2 million homes and businesses switched off their lights for one hour. In 2008 the message had grown into a global sustainability movement, with 50 million people switching off their lights. Global landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Rome’s Colosseum, the Sydney Opera House and the Coca Cola billboard in Times Square all stood in darkness.

In 2009, Earth Hour is being taken to the next level, with the goal of 1 billion people switching off their lights as part of a global vote. Unlike any election in history, it is not about what country you’re from, but instead, what planet you’re from. VOTE EARTH is a global call to action for every individual, every business, and every community. A call to stand up and take control over the future of our planet. Over 74 countries and territories have pledged their support to VOTE EARTH during Earth Hour 2009, and this number is growing everyday.

We all have a vote, and every single vote counts. Together we can take control of the future of our planet, for future generations.

VOTE EARTH by simply switching off your lights for one hour, and join the world for Earth Hour.

Saturday, March 28, 8:30-9:30pm.

23 March, 2009

A year wiser2..

Like i promised this morning,here r the post..hehe!!

Today,i am a year older..but hey number is juz number rite?..heheh!!I used to get real excited about birthdays, because we (hubby n me) would go and celebrate kat maner2... When I was in primary school, I remember my birthday would fall during puasa and raya.

And i already got two prizes from dear hubby n beloved papa.papa gave me barang elekrtik jenama LG n hubby bagi perfume beyonce gitu..heheh!!em..the best birthday ever..n pagi tadi maser aku nak pegi skolah,ada satu sampul surat pink n it says something sweet on it.biler bukak tgk,rupanya hubby aku bagi kad n it was wonderfull..raser nak nangis jer..coz i fell in love with the words inside..tq hubby.and ingat nak gi celebrate my birthday kat maner2 this weekend or maybe today..

hepi sangat dapat kad ni..sengih sampai telinga..

fell in love with the words written in it..

cake birthday pun ada gak..

By the time i write this post,Syahmi has fallen asleep,so tak sempat nak suap cake ni kat dia..nanti kena simpan skit untuk anak teruna aku tu.aku n hubby tak makan pun lagi cake ni..tq hubby for the cake..

Why is it so important?

What types of play are best for my child?

It depends on the stage of development. Since play is the tool your child uses to learn about the world, the skills she's working on right now are your biggest clues to choosing the best activities. For instance, if your 12-month-old is exploring cause and effect, play a simple version of hide-and-seek under tables and chairs. If at 20 months she's obsessed with climbing stairs, find a set where she can practice under your watchful eye.

Here are some guidelines for the types of play your child may be most interested in at different stages, according to Catherine Marchant, a play therapist at Wheelock College in Boston:

Social play
Interacting with you and others is important throughout the first year. Infants like to smile, look, and laugh. Older babies enjoy games such as peekaboo and itsy-bitsy spider.

Object play
Touching, banging, mouthing, throwing, pushing, and otherwise experimenting with things is fascinating for the 4- to 10-month-old set.

Functional and representational play
Pretending to use familiar objects in an appropriate way — pushing a toy lawn mower over the grass, or calling Grandma with a hairbrush, for instance — is the height of fun for 12- to 21-month-olds as their imaginations begin to blossom.

Early symbolic play
This type of play, common around the age of 2, creates something out of nothing. Your child might play with a shoebox as if it were a school bus, complete with motor noises, for example, or pretend to eat a plastic ring, insisting it's a doughnut.

Role play
Around 30 to 36 months your little actor will begin taking on new roles. Playing doctor, teacher, or mommy is common now.

How can I make the most of my child's playtime?

Try these suggestions:

Think of playtime as more than toy time. Playing is really any enjoyable activity that involves people, objects, or movement. Everything from blowing bubbles at each other to singing songs to splashing in the tub to chasing each other around the room qualifies. If you've ever seen a 1-year-old enthralled with a cardboard box, you understand how wide the parameters are.

Play along with your child. You're the ultimate plaything, and any activity will seem more fun if your toddler can share it with you. Talk to her while you play and you'll help boost her language skills.

Introduce play activities when your child is happy and rested, suggests Marilyn Segal, a developmental psychologist and author of the Your Child at Play series.

Stop when your child's had enough. Children have different thresholds for stimulation. When yours seems bored, fussy, or tired, it's time for a break.

Give your child a chance to play alone and with others. Both types of play are beneficial.

Let your child choose activities and control the direction of her play. You can suggest new things or present new options, but your child should be the boss. After all, play is about fun, and if there's one thing your child is an expert at already, it's having a good time.

a year wiser...

wait for the next post - a year wiser2

22 March, 2009


I watched Wulan on astro channel 615 this evening n it was a fascinating movie.love the song too.wanna share this song with all of u..


Look at me
You may think you see
Who I really am
But you'll never know me
Every day, is as if I play apart
Now I see
If I wear a mask
I can fool the world
But I can not fool
My heart

Who is that girl I see
Staring straight back at me?
When will my reflection show
Who I am inside?

I am now
In a world where I have to
Hide my heart
And what I believe in
But somehow
I will show the world
What's inside my heart
And be loved for who I am

Who is that girl I see
Staring straight back at me?
Why is my reflection
Someone I don't know?

Must I pretend that i'm
Someone else for all time?

When will my reflection show
Who I am inside?

There's a heart that must
Be free to fly
That burns with a need
To know the reason why
Why must we all conceal
What we think
How we feel
Must there be a secret me
I'm forced to hide?
I won't pretend that i'm
Someone else

For all time
When will my reflections show
Who I am inside?
When will my reflections show
Who I am inside?

18 March, 2009

Love this show on DHH..

Jon & Kate Plus 8
is a reality television show produced in the United States by Figure 8 Films about the Gosselin family, consisting of parents Jon and Kate and their eight children—a set of fraternal twin girls and a set of sextuplets (three girls and three boys, all fraternal). The show follows the family through their daily lives, focusing on the challenges of raising multiple children. The show originally aired on Discovery Health, but has aired on TLC since season 3. It is consistently one of the highest rated shows on TLC.[citation needed] The family originally appeared in a one-hour special titled Surviving Sextuplets and Twins.

Family history

Katie "Kate" Irene Gosselin is one of five children.[1] She has three sisters and a brother. Jonathan Keith Gosselin is the middle child of three boys. The couple met on October 5, 1997 at a picnic. They were married on June 12, 1999.

The Gosselins' desire to start a family was met with infertility. Kate underwent medical testing and was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. The couple turned to fertility treatments and immediately began intrauterine insemination.[2] In February 2000, Kate became pregnant with twins. On October 8, 2000, Cara Nicole and Madelyn "Mady" Kate Gosselin were born, six minutes apart.[3]

They began thinking of having another child and, according to Kate, a biracial infant of a teenage girl became available to adopt while Kate was an obstetrics nurse. They decided not to adopt the baby, but instead returned to fertility treatment.[3] In October 2003, Kate became pregnant again. Five weeks later, (after being hospitalized for over-stimulated ovaries) at the initial ultrasound, the doctor announced that there were six sacs with seven yolks (embryos). According to Kate, this was emotional news for them. The doctor suggested selective reduction, but the couple was strongly against it.[3]

The sextuplets were born on May 10, 2004 at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. All six children were delivered within a span of three minutes with more than fifty doctors, nurses, and other specialists involved. Since the sextuplets were born in Hershey, they were called "Hershey Kisses" by the nurses and doctors who delivered them. In late 2008, the family moved from their Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania home to a larger residence in Wernersville, Pennsylvania

meet The Gosselins..

The Gosselins are typical American family. Meet Jon and Kate, the twins, and the sextuplets.

Jon Gosselin picture
Jon Gosselin
Born April 1, 1977
Dad Jon does his best to keep up with his high-energy family.
Kate Gosselin photo
Kate Gosselin
Born March 28, 1975
Mom Kate is a take-charge kind of lady who keeps order.
Cara Gosselin photo
Cara Gosselin
Born October 8, 2000
Sweet, friendly, quiet, girly, and caring describe Cara!
Madelyn Gosselin photo
Madelyn "Mady" Gosselin
Born October 8, 2000
Stand back—Mady needs a stage!
Alexis Gosselin photo
Alexis Gosselin
Born May 10, 2004
Alexis is a happy child who loves to laugh.
Aaden Gosselin photo
Aaden Gosselin
Born May 10, 2004
They call Aaden "The Professor."

14 March, 2009

How much sleep?

As a new parent, that's probably one of your biggest questions. Below are some general guidelines as to how many hours of sleep the average child requires at various ages. Of course, every child is different — some need up to two hours more or less sleep than others.

AgeNighttime SleepDaytime Sleep *Total Sleep
1 month8 1/27 (3)15 1/2
3 months105 (3)15
6 months113 1/4 (2)14 1/4
9 months113 (2)14
12 months11 1/42 1/2 (2)13 3/4
18 months11 1/42 1/4 (1)13 1/2
2 years112 (1)13
3 years10 1/21 1/2 (1)12
* number of naps in parentheses

Keep in mind that most children need lots of sleep. Often, says if a child has poor sleep habits or refuses to go to bed before 11 at night, his parents will think that he just doesn't need a lot of sleep. That's probably not true — in fact, it's likely that such a child is actually sleep-deprived. To see whether your child falls into that camp, ask yourself these questions:

• Does your child fall asleep almost every time he's in a car?

• Do you have to wake your child almost every morning?

• Does your child seem cranky, irritable, or overtired during the day?

• On some nights, does your child seem to crash much earlier than his usual bedtime?

If you answered "yes" to any of these, your child may be getting less sleep than he needs. To change this pattern, you'll need to help him develop good sleep habits and set an appropriate bedtime.

12 March, 2009

ada berani?

Sesetengah wanita berasa takut untuk menjalani pap-smear kerana merasakan ia ujian yang menyakitkan dan tidak penting bagi mereka. Ketahuilah tentang ujian ini melalui soal jawab ini...
Apakah Ujian Pap Smear?

Ia merupakan satu ujian ke atas sel yang diambil dari saluran servik. Sel tersebut akan diperiksa di bawah mikroskop bagi mengesan perubahan atau ketaknormalan yang boleh membawa kepada kanser pangkal rahim.

Bagaimana Ujian Pap Smear dilakukan? Adakah ianya menyakitkan?
Ujian pap smear hanya mendatangkan sedikit ketidakselesaan semasa ia dilakukan
Doktor akan menggunakan satu alat yang dinamakan Speculum untuk membuka saluran vagina bagi mendapatkan sel-sel pada pangkal rahim (cervix). Sel-sel tersebut diambil dengan menggunakan spatula/brush. Anda akan merasa tidak selesa dan berkemungkinan sedikit kesakitan dirasai semasa sel tersebut diambil.
Berapa kerapkah pemeriksaan ini perlu dijalankan?

Buat masa ini, ujian PAP smear dijadualkan sekali dalam masa 3 tahun untuk wanita yang berumur antara 20 hingga 65 tahun. Walau bagaimanapun, wanita yang aktif dalam hubungan seks disarankan menjalani ujian ini dan menjalani ujian ulangan setahun selepas itu. Sekiranya ujian ini masih menunjukkan keputusan yang negatif, sela masa tiga tahun adalah mencukupi untuk ujian yang seterusnya.

Bilakah masa yang sesuai untuk menjalankan pemeriksaan Pap Smear?

Ujian ini boleh dijalankan bila-bila masa selepas haid. Sekiranya anda telah menjalankan pembedahan pembuangan rahim anda tidak perlu menjalankan pemeriksaan ini.

Berapa lamakah keputusannya akan diketahui?

Memandangkan ujian ini perlu diperiksa dengan teliti di makmal, ianya mengambil masa selama 2 minggu untuk di ketahui.

Apakah yang boleh di ketahui melalui ujian Pap Smear?

Kebanyakan wanita keputusan mereka adalah normal. Bagi sesetengah wanita sel-sel ini mungkin tidak normal dan akan menunjukkan peringkat awal kanser. Pemeriksaan ini juga dapat mengesan keadaan tidak normal tetapi tidak merbahaya seperti jangkitan yang boleh menyebabkan rasa tidak selesa sekiranya tidak di rawat.

Di manakah ujian Pap Smear boleh dilakukan?

Di Malaysia, ujian "PAP smear" boleh dilakukan di tempat-tempat berikut :
* Klinik kerajaan dan juga swasta
* Hospital kerajaan
* Klinik kesihatan keluarga
* LPPKN (Lembaga Penduduk dan Pembangunan Keluarga Negara)
* Institut Kebangsaan Persatuan Perancang Keluarga
* Klinik pakar Obstetrik & Ginekologi (O&G)
* Pusat Kanser Kebangsaan

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11 March, 2009

Let's read!!

It's never too early to turn your child on to books. Kids can learn to love reading even before they know how to read. Here are 19 ways to make reading fun for your preschooler.

Because children learn in different ways, we've arranged these activities by learning style. But any child can benefit from the suggestions in all three categories.

For physical learners

Make an alphabet poster

Draw each letter, then go through magazines and catalogs and cut out pictures of things that begin with each letter and glue them onto poster board. This is a great hands-on way to learn the alphabet.

  • Go to story time at the library or a bookstore

Nothing beats listening to a trained storyteller — especially one who gets the audience up out of their seats and acting out part of the story. Going to the library or a bookstore to listen to a tall tale is a fun outing for a preschooler. As a bonus, you may pick up a few tips to jazz up your own read-aloud sessions.

Play dress-up and act out a book

Dressing up like the characters in your child's favorite book can really bring reading to life. You can invite some of your child's friends over and make it a playdate.

Make finger puppets to go with a story
Cut the fingers off some old gloves and then use fabric markers to draw the characters on together. You can also roll felt or paper for the body and then glue eyes, noses, smiles, and hair on them. If your art skills could use some work, make color copies from the book, then cut out the characters' faces and glue them onto the glove fingers or rolled paper or felt. Once you make the puppets, you and your child can use them to help tell a story.

Build a reading fort
In your child's bedroom, lean together some broom or mop sticks and drape blankets over them to create a tent. Grab a book and a flashlight and climb in with your child for story time in the dark. Your child's probably too young to read along, but he'll enjoy flipping through the pages, holding the flashlight, and looking at pictures. One caution: Keep the stories light and fun. This is no time for anything scary or serious.

Serve a meal from a book
Use food coloring to make green eggs and ham, try to recreate parts of the Grinch's Christmas feast, or make your own batch of porridge for the Three Little Bears. You can even get a basket and fill it with goodies for Little Red Riding Hood to take to Grandmother's house.

Have a reading picnic
Take your favorite food and your favorite books to the park. You'll reinforce the idea that reading can be fun anywhere.

Throw a book-related party
Read over your child's favorite book and think about what elements would work at a party. Can you decorate his room in a jungle theme to resemble Where the Wild Things Are? Can you collect hats and host a Cat-in-the-Hat party (Dr. Seuss's birthday is March 2. Why not celebrate?)? You'll get your child and his friends talking about books.

For auditory learners

Listen to books on tape
You can check out tapes from the library for free or buy them at a bookstore (to save money, stop by your local used bookstore). Kids love listening to someone else tell them a story, and they can follow along in their own books.

Sing a book instead of reading it
Preschoolers love to make up little songs and memorize them. You can make this game even more fun by altering your own singing voice — try to mimic an opera singer or a country star. You'll both end up in a giggle pile.

For visual learners

Read a story that's out as a movie
Then go see the movie. Your child will love seeing characters he already knows from a storybook up on the big screen. You can rent videos too.

Make a blank counting or alphabet book
Staple together some plain white or light-colored paper. Put a number or letter on each page and ask your child to draw a corresponding picture. Or make an alphabet book in which each page shows one letter of your child's name. Ask your child to make drawings of things that begin with each letter.

Turn a book into art
Make a color copy of your child's favorite picture in a book and frame it for her bedroom, or have it put on a shirt at a T-shirt shop.

Buy a big book
Teaching supply stores sell giant books for teachers to use in the classroom. They're great for group reads because all the kids can see the pictures, but your child will love the huge oversized pictures in your one-on-one story time, too.

Illustrate a song
Write down the words to your child's favorite song and, with your child, draw pictures to go with each stanza. Then read the song together.

Set a family reading time
For 15 or 20 minutes a night, everyone in the house reads a story together. If friends or neighbors are visiting, ask them to participate. Show your child that reading is fun for the whole family.

Write a book of "my favorite things"
Staple together ten blank pages and ask your child to think of that many favorite things. Help with ideas. What's your favorite food? Who is your best friend? What is your favorite book? Write one thing on each page and have your child draw a picture to go with it.

Start a new reading ritual
Think of new ways you can add reading into your day together. Ideas to try: read a book at breakfast, or in the bathtub. Try reading your child awake, rather than to bed at night. Altering when you read will make reading spontaneous and fun and you'll encourage your child to read whenever and wherever he's in the mood.


10 March, 2009

Doa for you..

Ya Allah,

The lady reading this(sorry guys!)
is beautiful, classy and

strong, and I
love her.

Help her live her life to the fullest.

Please promote her and cause her to excel above her expectations.

Help her shine in the darkest places where it is impossible to love.

Protect her at
all times, lift her up when she needs you the most,


let her know when she walks with you,

She will
always be safe.
Amin Ya Rabbal Alamin
Love you
Now you're on the clock !!!!

In 9 minutes something will make you happy. ;-)

But you have to tell 9 sisters you love them, including me. Go!!!!

09 March, 2009

letter to all hubbies out there!!

a good friend of mine sent me this..tq mr speed..

teringat pasal satu story...seorang lelaki balik rumah...dia jadi hairan
giler..halaman rumah berselerak.. surat di peti pos tak berambil,anak-
anak tengah main korek-korek tanah kotor, baju compang camping, penuh dengan tanah dan kotoran rambut tak bersikat, tak bermandi,;;; masuk ke pintu rumah, lagi lelaki tu terkejut...ruang tamu lagi teruk berselerak
lelaki itu melaung nama isterinya... .sepi tiada jawapan masuk ke dapur..sinki penuh dengan pinggan mangkuk tidak berbasuh,periuk tidak bercuci.
mencari apa yang boleh dimakan tetapi tiada makanan yang dimasak
masuk ke bilik air, baju masih belum berbasuh,apatah lagi berendam
lelaki itu cemas mencari isterinya..dia bergegas ke tingkat atas, melihat
isterinya terbaring di atas katil sedang membaca buku.."awak sakit
ke?"..tanya lelaki itu.. "tak lah", jawab isterinya ringkas
"kenapa teruk sangat rumah kita hari ni", tanya si suami lagi sambil
meletakkan tangan di dahi isterinya, kot-kot isterinya demam.... balas
isterinya "wahai suamiku, semalam semasa kita bertengkar, abg
mengatakan yang saya ini hanyalah seorang suri rumah, duduk di rumah
tidak sepenat diri abg yang duduk di pejabat, dan abg sering menanyakan apa kerja yang saya lakukan di rumah yang menyebabkan saya merungut kepenatan kadang-kadang. ....NAH, HARI INI SAYA TIDAK MELAKUKAN KERJA-KERJA YANG BIASA SAYA LAKUKAN SETIAP HARI.......
"Wanita adalah insan istimewa, biarkan mereka terus membebel,merengek
atau mengilai seperti pontianak . Seburuk-buruk perangai wanita, ia akan terus melekat di hati kita selagi hayat di kandung badan...
Best baca sampai abis!!!. It's true.
To share..Dari Ilham seorang lelaki..
As for me is different, if my wife is not at home, rumah boleh jadik
porak peranda. Memang true, jika isteri ada dirumah, kepala slalu
pening.Pantang kalau isteri ada kat rumah and i'm off duty, sure at times boleh membuat kepala berserabut. Kalau madame takde kat rumah, alangkah tenteramnya hidup ini. Boleh buat apa yang kita suka. Boleh belengkar kat depan TV tanpa sebarang gangguan mental dah fizikal. Pendek kata,FreeeDoMmmmm lah!!

But hairan bin ajaib, when dia betul-betul pergi meaning "She's Gone",aku
pulak terasa separuh mati. Sehari dua memanglah shiookkkk, no once
shouting from the kitchen for help, no one to komen this and that, no one
to criticise. Everything will be smooth... Tapi, masuk hari ketiga, I
felt something is missing. Lebih-lebih lagi bila tuala mandi dah berbau
'assshheemmmm' , tak tahu mana nak carik yang baru. Colgate gigi dah
abis,tak tahu kat mana dia stock up. Air suam dah abis, malas nak boil...Masuk hari ke-4, rindu mula terasa. Eventhough kat office, ramai yang cun melecun, wajahnya yang dah ditatap sejak tarikh bernikah itu juga yang mengetuk pintu hati. Memang lah dia tak se-cun SITI NURHALIZA but the smile yang ikhlas,forever melekat kat hati and sukar ada pengganti.
Apabila rindu mencengkam, semuanya jadi tak tentu arah. Tengok TV citer
best pun jadik tak best.
Nasik bungkus faberite jadik tak faberite. Makan kat 5 star hotel jadik
rasa cam makan kat kedai AA. Lebih-lebih lagi bila laundry basket dah makin bertimbun ngan baju kotor, fresh sluar dalam pun dah abis utk dipakai.
Toilet dah mula licin berdaki...lantai dah berbelak, tak dimop...Every nite,very the lonely, baring atas katil nengok ceiling blindly.... bila lonely gini, baru lah rasa benar kesepian. Jangan kata sebulan atau setahun....belum seminggu isteri takde kat rumah, aku dah terasa separuh pengsan.

Bila bersendirian begini,dan terasa malam begitu dingin, barulah kita
sedar betapa pentingnya seorang wanita bernama isteri...begitulah isteri kita rasa bila kita tinggalkan dia sendiri malam2 agaknya ya..

So guys out there... jgn buli isteri anda. Kalau boleh, tolong dia buat
kerja rumah. Bukan dok depan TV every weekend baca paper. Diaorang bukan maid tau! Kan dia tu isteri tercinta n best fren yang sanggup buat ape aje.. ..
tapi ramai juga hubbies yang mmg rajin..emm,,bagusla,,keep up with the good work!!

08 March, 2009

what's on TV??

i found this article..read on..

TV-watching guidelines for toddlers

Limit the amount of TV your toddler watches

If your child is under age 2, it's best to keep TV-watching to a bare minimum. If you choose to allow some television, break it up into 15-minute increments. Much more than that, and your toddler's brain can shift to autopilot.

Once your child hits 2, limit his total viewing time to an hour a day — even that amount is a lot for an active toddler. You should also keep the television out of your child's bedroom and turned off during meal times.

Watch programs, not television

Rather than sitting down to watch whatever happens to be on, carefully select the program your toddler's going to watch, and turn off the set when that program is over. Record programs ahead of time, if possible, so your child can watch what you want, when you want.

A two-minute warning that a show (or the segment of it that you're letting your toddler watch) is about to end will help him transition to the next activity.

Choose calm, quiet programs

Slower-paced viewing gives your toddler time to think about what he's watching and absorb the information. Lots of action and quickly changing images will only confuse him or make his eyes glaze over.

Some research suggests that children who watch violence on TV are more likely to display aggressive behavior. Stay away from scary shows, too. Instead, choose simple programs that emphasize interactivity. The best shows are those that inspire your child to makes sounds, say words, sing, and dance.

Watch with your toddler

A recent study looked at three groups: children with unlimited access to television, children with moderate access to television who watched without parents, and children with moderate access to television who watched with a parent.

The last group scored significantly higher academically than the other groups. Just being there says to your child, "What you do is important to me."

Of course, many of us have moments when we resort to using television or a video as a babysitter, but when you leave your child alone with the TV for a long time, you send a signal that you don't care what he watches. If you can, bring a basket of laundry to sort or some other task into the room so you can work and watch. Then it becomes an activity the two of you can enjoy together.

Help your toddler watch with a critical eye

Explain what's going on in the show, and encourage your child to ask questions and relate what's happening in the show to his own life. If you've recorded the show or are watching a video or DVD, press the pause button as often as you need to so that you have ample time to discuss what's going on.

If you're watching a recorded TV show, you'll probably want to fast-forward through the commercials. If you're stuck watching commercials, help your toddler understand the difference between those and the show itself.

Extend the show's content with activities or books

If you and your toddler have just finished watching a Sesame Street segment that introduces a number, talk about it later and find other examples to show him. When you're setting the table, for example, you might say, "Hey, today's number was three, and there are three places to set!" Then read and discuss a book that explores numbers concepts.

These recommendations were developed with the help of Kathleen Acord, project supervisor for KQED television's "Ready to Learn," a national government-sponsored program that educates parents and childcare providers about how to use television as a learning tool.

06 March, 2009

Juz hanging out!!

Today,i 'm at my parents house,went back here yesterday..spend the weekend here la.luckily i got the chance to write this post..hehe!!hubby gi kuala berang for kursus kejurulatihan pusat ko for three days started yerterday.my papa flew off this morning to sarawak for 4 dayz on biz trip.so,tinggal myself,syahmi,mama n adik jer.Angah maybe balik from KL tonite..lepas kerja ptg ni,fly over to KT.aku tak der nak wat per..juz hanging out..coz dah penat working..heheh!!

For tomorrow,will be visiting kak su,my ex colleague who gave birth to a cute bb girl last december.then maybe off to pizza hut,celebrating angah's belated bday.it's been ages tak makan pizza.SO..let's pizza!!

adik loves taking pic of his lovely nephew..

at my parents'

sengih sokmo!!

03 March, 2009


Sorry..kalu aku emotional the other day.Yerla siap type dgn warna merah lagi.aku ni kawan yang jahat ke?No,i dont think i am.aku sedih kawan baik aku buat aku macam ni.Bukan kwan biaser but bestfriends!!juz imagine..kwan aku ni tak pernah tanya ttg aku n aper aku buat dgn hidup aku sejak dia dapat anak no 2.kalu ada pun..tah biler aku pun tak ingat.Skang anak dia dah besar,same age as Syahmi Mukhriz.Yang aku ingat,dia akan sms or call aku kalu ada hal yang melibatkan diri dia..for her sake.aku ni care sgt kat dia tapi dia dah berubah..Don't know what went wrong..n i'm still trying to figure it out.n until today aku tak wish bday dia.tahla,aku dah tawar hati but deep inside i still care n keep thinking about her selalu..

p/s:biarla aku rahsiakan nama kawan aku ni..

01 March, 2009

It's heartbreaking..

Today is a special day..it is somebody's b'day..but still i don't feel like wishing her..coz she is no longer care about me..why should i'm the one terhegeh2 ingat n still remember her b'day!what the heck?(aku tiru ayat dude)..but deep inside i do want to wish her but i couldn't.i felt so leftout n she doesn't need me anymore.we used to be best friends since maktab lagi..i do cherish our friendship n all the things we've been through..tapi nampaknya dia tak kisah pun pasal aku..tak tanya khabar aku,anak aku n how my life is!!Ya,people changed.she has changed..i need to make some changes too.i have decided to get rid her out of my life..bunyi cam serius.mmg serius.kalu dia nak kawan dgn aku then dia kena pujuk aku.hahaha!!aku mmg ske berkawan tapi kalu org dah tak kisah aku bleh carik kawan lain..but not to worry coz i have sarah,dude,bujee,tok der,kak ayu,kak suria,kak maznah,kak k.liza..korang la kawan aku..tq..
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