A little girl is sugar and spice and everything nice - especially when she's taking a nap

Creative play is like a spring that bubbles up from deep within a child

Holding a newborn baby is such a wonderful feeling eventhough it's for the third time

There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million

The sweetest flowers in all the world - A baby's hands

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

New Skin

New skin again... ermm.. i think i'm already know the basic on how to custom made my blog.. i'm thinking of using other pic.. will explore more and more...

Amin @ Fitri's Wedding

Last Sunday bawak Amin gi kenduri kawin best fren abahnya kat Klang. Fitri n Diha pakai warna maroon. So, kiteorg satu family pun pakailah theme colour yg sama. Bila amik gambar kat pelamin nmpk lawa sgt esp bila Azmin yg snap. Semua org suka ngan Amin. Amin lagilah sonok sbb asik kena dukung jer... kiteorg lepak kat sana smplah majlis abis. amin dr suka smplah mengamuk sbb nak tido. masuk je kete terus tido... sian amin....

Monday, June 4, 2007

Amin is 4 months now!

Last Saturday Amin genap 4 bln. Beratnya? Tak tahu lagik sbb tak gi timbang. Tapi rasa2nya adalah dlm 7-7.5kg kot. Makin semangat smp kebas2 tgn kalau dukung dia skang nih. Semlm Amin start tak nak berenggang.. asik nak menyusu.. dh ready utk solid foodke ek? nampak cam dia asik lapar jer. sianlak kat dia. Info from Babycenter as below

How will I know when my baby's ready?
Your baby will give you clear signs when he's ready to move beyond liquid-only nourishment. Cues to look for include:
- Head control. Your baby needs to be able to keep his head in a steady, upright position.
- Losing the "extrusion reflex." To keep solid food in his mouth and then swallow it, your baby needs to stop using his tongue to push food out of his mouth.
- Sitting well when supported. Even if he's not quite ready for a highchair, your baby needs to be able to sit upright to swallow well.
- Chewing motions. Your baby's mouth and tongue develop in sync with his digestive system. To start solids, he should be able to move food to the back of his mouth and swallow. As he learns to swallow efficiently, you may notice less drooling. He may also be teething around the same time.
- Significant weight gain. Most babies are ready to eat solids when they've doubled their birth weight (or weigh about 15 pounds) and are at least 4 months old.
- Growing appetite. He seems hungry — even with eight to ten feedings of breast milk or formula a day.
- Curiosity about what you're eating. Your baby may begin eyeing your bowl of rice or reaching for a forkful of fettuccine as it travels from your plate to your mouth.
yg nih mmg amin slalu buat.. kalau org makan dia tgk and mengunyah skali..