Thursday, January 14, 2010


Alahai..sedeynyer muke Kakak Jiha..since smalam nampak mate dia merah igtkan sbb br bangun tido ke ape..tanya dia katanyer tak gatal pun..hmMmm..pagi tadik dah obvious nampak mate bengkak, konpem la tuh saket mate. Ms anto kat TASKA pengasuh mintak ambik cuti sbb takot berjangkit kat bebudak len (sebaik la time off Ibu banyak hours lagik blom clearkan..amik jek la cuti), rehat la ek 2 hari kat umah..mintak2 jgn la berjangkit kat adeknyer plak..uhuHHuuu..

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


HmMmm..tak sabarnyer nak pegi 'skolah', she's so excited..but her mom even more excited sampai takleh tido mikirkan how would my daughter survive in TASKA after 3yrs ++ duk ngan nenek (pengasuh). Hopefully she'll just fine la and would be able to manage her lonely feelings as I dun like to become an attraction in a new place either..

As a motivation, Ibu blikan beg skolah baru..seblom nih share ngan adek jek but since now Arif gonna stay upstairs in a baby room, kena seperate la lugage..memang bersemangat btol anak Ibu ni kan..beg skolah pun nak yang besar punya! (besar gak la ammount yg Ibu kena kuarkan..huhUhUhuu)

Her bespren takleh tinggal..nak gi skolah pun bawak Pooh..adeh!

Walking masuk TASKA, cikgu nak pimpin masuk tanak..protective btol, susah nak ngam ngan strangers..Ibu riso takot tak terpikul jek beg skolah tu, dah sama besar ngan orgnyer..ehehehee..tak kesah la nak..janji willing to blaja..caiyo!
Ada ape dalam beg skolah tu? Lunch box, baju, toileteries and cup susu..eheheheee...

Monday, January 4, 2010

4-month-old's development

Achieved stage:
1. When placed on his stomach, he will lift his head and shoulders high, using his arms for support : This mini push-up helps him strengthen his muscles and get a better view of what's going on. He may even amaze you (and himself!) by rolling over from his back to his front, or vice versa. You can encourage this through play: wiggle a toy next to the side he customarily rolls to in case he's interested enough to try again. Applaud his efforts and smile; he may need your reassurance since new actions can be frightening

2. able to reach out and grab an object:Once he wraps his hands around something, he'll study it for a moment and then try to put it in his mouth. You may also notice a lot more dribbling now. Some babies can start teething as early as four months, but the first tooth usually doesn't surface until five to six months. Encourage your baby to explore and play with a variety of objects. An activity centre or cradle gym is a good choice for this stage, as your baby begins to discover the cause and effect of moving a lever and hearing a bell ring, for instance.

3. respond to your presence, your voice and even your facial expressions : by kicking and waving his arms. About now, your child, who to this point probably bestowed smiles on everyone he met, is beginning to be choosy about the company he keeps. In large groups or with unfamiliar people he may need time to get comfortable. Allow for transition time with strangers or when leaving your baby with a babysitter. You may also notice that when he's safely in your arms he's interested in interacting with other people -- especially noisy, boisterous older children.

Under Observation:
1. Researchers believe that by four months your baby understands all the basic sounds that make up his native language. Between four and six months, he develops the ability to make some vocal sounds, such as "ma-ma" or "da-da." He doesn't yet connect that sound with a parent, though. By now, he's also able to participate in back-and-forth imitation games -- you say "boo," and he'll try to say it back. You can promote your child's sense of communication through imitating his faces and sounds -- "mirroring" him. Because you react when he makes noises and tries to say something, your baby learns the importance of language and starts to understand cause and effect. He'll begin to realise that what he says makes a difference.