Monday, November 18, 2013

Khaliff Concert Day 2013

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09 Nov 2013 (Sabtu) - Tadika Sri Pelangi Concert and Graduation Day 2013.

Kurang meriah sikit berbanding tahun lepas. Papepon.... thank you teachers... you are awesome!!!


Monday, January 21, 2013

Kami rindu ayah

Oh ayah... Napelah slalu pi kursus/meeting..... Len kali pilihlah kursus yg bleh bwk kami sekali.... sian ibu... kelam kelibut jadinye melayan kami berdua.... sob sob....







Friday, November 23, 2012

Telekung Sulam Indonesia

Assalamualaikum semua....



Kawan-kawan seka tak telekung cantik...
Mestila suka kan..
Cer tengok telekung2 kat bawah ni





Cantik x? cantik kan....

Kalau korang nak tgk or beli, byk lagi pilihan.... cer klink  (THIS LINK).
Cantik dan sesuai kalau buat hadiah kan..... buat hantaran pon cantik nih....
 
Owner blog ni buat giveaway lagik.... Marilah kita join beramai-ramai....
The more the merrier... jom... :)



Friday, September 14, 2012

Confinement Lady

Dear All,



#sambil sapu-sapu habuk sesawang kat blog ni.... huhu...


Akibat aku komen kat blog kat Red pasal Confinement Lady ni, ramai yang telah menghubungi Opismate aku si Kak Sue.... Kak Sue siap kate, leh mintak komisyen ni.. huhuhu. Ehem... Kak Sue mintak le komisyen kat makcik Kak Sue + Komisyen untuk saye sekali kui...kui...kui....

kopipes ku komen



Mari adik-adik, kakak-kakak sekalian yang tengah pregnen n tengah mencari Confinement Lady. Mari rapat2... I nak citer sikit ni n I nak rekomenkan Bidan Urut ni....
Tp bukanlah makcik yg seperti di komen di atas ye.... Ni bidan lain... Baik punyo....
Bende baik haruslah di kongsi bersama kan.... Sharing is caring le katekan...

Bidan ni mmg I rekomenlah... yelah, dah try pon kan mase lepas bersalinkan si Khausar... memang tip top (gilelah rekomen  :p)...

Kak Tini , No h/p : 019-3479087.(updated)
Urut lepas bersalin = Die charge RM50 untuk urut sahaja, RM60 untuk complete package, masak menu dlm pantang, mandikan n siapkan baby, tangas dan lain2..
Kalau nak urut biase pon boleh... die charge RM50.
Mandi bunga untuk naikkan seri bakal pengantin pon die ade buat... 
Kalau nak lagi details sila kol n tanye sendiri... lagi puas hati kan....

Kak Tini, umur die dah 40, tp mude ko.... Kalu tgk mcm umo 30an gitu.....
gile lah ade bidan muda skang kan.... Tp mmg best n x terlayan berborak ngan die....
I mmg respek gilelah... Bidan Educated ni tau... sebab die ade degree holder... ko jangan memain.... Ex-staff Petronas lagik.... hewhewhew....

I x dapat komisyen pon ye, sbb promote Kak Ti ni... saje nak kongsi ngan kengkawan alam maya ni.... kalau kenkawan i yang rapat kat luar... Memang i dh rekomenkan pon.... Dan Alhamdulillah diorang pon puas hati.... Itu je kot..
dah xde idea nk merepek.... cau sin chi....

Friday, July 6, 2012

Preparing For Ramadan With Your Baby

Copypaste from Positive Parenting!

Preparing For Ramadan With Your Baby
 
Tips for breastfeeding while fasting in the Holy Month

By Dr Balkees Abdul Majeed, Paediatrician and Lactation Consultant


Ramadan is the ninth lunar month in the Islamic calendar. Fasting in this month is one of the five pillars of Islam. Performing fast during Ramadan is obligatory for all Muslims.
Preparing For Ramadan With Your Baby Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding may be exempted from fasting if they feel that their health or the baby's health would be negatively affected by the fasting. The mother, however, will have to compensate for the missed fasting at a later date or pay some expiation for not fasting.
The human body has natural regulatory mechanisms that activate during fasting. There is efficient utilization of body fat and basal metabolism slows down during Ramadan fasting. Studies have shown that there is no significant difference on macronutrient composition of breast milk and consequently has no effect on the growth of infants.

Tips for breastfeeding during Ramadan

The most significant difference in the month of Ramadan is the time to eat. Mothers who usually eat breakfast, lunch and evening meals should instead eat during dawn and after their fast is broken in the evening. We have listed a few practical hints you can follow to supply the maximum amount of balanced nutrition for both you and your child during Ramadan:
  1. Increase fluid intake between fasts.
    When fasting, liquid is reduced to as much as 2-3% in the body. The human body adjusts to reduce perspiration and urine production. Drink sufficient water (not soft-drinks) especially in the morning before resuming your fast. This helps to avoid dehydration.
  2. Go for a balanced diet
    Eating nutritious food at dawn and during iftar (breaking fast) is important. Try to include the following food in your meal plan:
    • Meat and beans are a good source of protein, minerals, and certain vitamins. Beans are a good source of dietary fibre too.
    • Whole wheat bread, oat cereal or cooked rice are a good source of complex carbohydrates, and help nourish your body with energy, protein, minerals and dietary fibre.
    • Fresh fruits, vegetable juices and soups help maintain liquid balance in the body.
    • Milk and dairy products are good sources of protein and calcium, which are essential for body tissue maintenance and several physiological functions.
      Note: The body's immediate need at the time of iftar is to get instant energy for body functioning. Don't forget to take dates as they are good sources of sugar. Three to four dates should be sufficient to bring low blood glucose levels to normal levels.
  3. Get enough rest
    The milk production will not be affected as long as the infant continues breastfeeding.
    • Increase nursing sessions during night time.
    • Have regular milk expressing sessions at work place to maintain milk production.
    • Psychologically, the belief that breast milk will remain smooth during fasting should also remain strengthened. This is a big influence on milk production.

Important tip!
Avoid caffeinated drinks such as coke, coffee or tea. Besides being a diuretic, a sudden decrease in caffeine also can prompt headache, mood swings and irritability.