Thursday, May 27, 2010

MAF yg kerinduan

semalam .... MAF asek terjaga je ....
menangis tgh malam .... merengek²....

ekceli dah 2 mlm ... cuma semalam yg agak teruk merengek nye...
mama buat vcall nampak senyuman terukir kat mulut die ....
pas vcall tido kejap bgn. lagi nangis² lagi....

pagi tadi pun sblm mama bgn die dah bgn dulu .... nangis lagi ...
mama pun dah tatau nk pujuk cam ne lagi ....

setiap petang sblm balik ke rumah mesti bw mkn² kat luar dulu ... jalan²/main² kat playground ..

kerinduan MAF dah memuncak ...
jgn la sbb kerinduan nih die demam ....
sabar ye nak ... nanti bila semua dah selesai abah balik la ....
jgn sedih² ye... mama kan ade sentiasa disisi anak ....

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

hancur luluh harapan & semangat aku .....

hari² ditunggu tak kesampaian nampak nye ...
sedih nye hati nih .. tuhan je yg tau ....
sedih lagi MAF dari aku ..confirm...
kesian c kecik tuh tgu abah die balik tp.....

ade kes H1N1 plak kat ILP penang tuh ....
kena kuarantin plak laki aku ... dah tak jd plan nk balik this week ....
lemah semangat aku td bila laki aku call tak dpt balik ....

mkn pun start tak lalu dah nih ... aduhai kurus lagi la aku .....

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

kami serupa ...............

memandangkan abah dah p kursus jangka pendek ... 
pala abah pun dah kena botak kan .....
mama cadangkan kite botak kan MAF jugak .....
baru sehati sejiwa abah ngan anak nih .....
ekceli preparation sementara tgu abah balik ...
takut rambut panjang .... serabut + tak encem plak anak aku nanti ....


jom close up ........


dah lama tak botak kan MAF sejak baby .... 
bulat ngan kecik plak pala anak aku nih ... haha 

Monday, May 24, 2010

Tinggal Mama ... Tinggal Fahim....

en. suami tercinta dah melapor diri utk kursus jangka pendek tajaan TNB selama 6 bulan pada 19 Mei 2010 jam 8.30 am kat UNITEN, bangi.




lama tul tgu nk daftar .. ramai giler ... 200 peserta..
layan karenah anak dulu ..... kul 12.30 pm baru siap ...







kunci bilik asrama ....
minggu orientasi kat ILSAS, UNITEN
19-22 Mei 2010


kan dah kena botak ...
sian laki aku ...
tak penah hayat botak ...bulat plak aku nengok nye .....



lepas 5 hari berorientasi kat bangi ...
laki aku dah kena transfer kat ILP Kepala Batas, Penang sebagai pelajar tumpang...
intake kali nih ramai sangat...... kesian kat mama ngan fahim kerinduan....
bye² abah ...




aktiviti fahim sementara tgu abah daftar :





salah 1 xtvt ialah:
menconteng .... kemahiran budak berumur 14-20 bulan....
di mana saja ... asal ade pen ngan kertas mmg jadi c kecik nih ... org bosan katakan .... byk lagi xtvt tp mls nk snap + add pic die ...

Friday, May 7, 2010

TQ my lovely Fren!!

Thanks bg present yg cantek & wangi  tuh meen ......
for my belated besday ... hehe



Wednesday, May 5, 2010

9 Things to Know About Talking - Kids

aku copy & paste je ... menyebar ilmu parenting ....

1. The fact that she's not speaking doesn't mean she's not communicating.
Long before your baby said her first word, she was already chatting you up. Establishing eye contact, imitating your facial expressions, babbling, cooing, gurgling, crying -- these are all forms of dialogue. So don't leave her hanging. Imitate her sounds or respond to her cries to let her know that you hear her and that she matters.

2. To give your baby a really big vocabulary, talk -- constantly.
You may feel silly saying to your child, "What's Daddy doing? He's opening the refrigerator. Oh, look! He took out the milk!" But we promise, the more you talk to your kid, the bigger her vocabulary will be. It also helps when you label things you pass on the street or throw into your cart at the grocery store.
And while it probably won't hurt to use your baby as a sounding board for your latest rant about your boss, it's better to focus on the things that actually interest her. If she's pointing at a cat but can't say the word, help her out by saying, "Kitty. What a soft, pretty kitty." The more you speak and expand on your baby's sounds, the more chance she has of picking up words.

3. Kids are very fast learners.
Get this: between 18 months and 2 years, your baby's vocabulary goes from around 50 words to as many as 250! The experts call it fast mapping. We call it amazing.

  • ??? masih cukup 20 rasa nye ... huhu balik kang kena ckp byk² dgn MAF ... 


4. Kids understand more than they can say.
Ask your 1-year-old to "give Daddy the ball," and he'll be able to do just that, even if he can only say the word "ball." It's at this age that kids are first able to follow simple directions. And around the time babies say their first word, they understand between 3 and 50, says Diane Paul, director of clinical issues in speech-language pathology for ASHA in Rockville, Maryland.

  • MAF faham ape yg org ckp tp nk ckp balik masih belum lagi .... tak pe .. sabar ye mama ....


5. Don't let language milestones stress you out too much -- they're more guidelines than rules.
As with everything, kids learn language at different rates, so trust your instincts. Karen Slotnick, director of the Speech-Language Learning Center at the Beth Israel Medical Center, in New York City, says not to worry unless your child shows no desire to communicate (not reaching out to you or making eye contact). If you're concerned, don't hesitate to talk to your doctor or a speech pathologist. Here are a few basics to watch for in the first year: In the first three months your baby will interact by cooing, gurgling, and making different cries for different needs. By six months she'll graduate to babbling and turning her head toward a noise. Then, around 12 months, she'll imitate speech sounds and say her first word (we're pulling for "Mama" or "Dada" for you!).

How They Learn

6. Signing may help kids learn language.
At the very least, it can help ease frustration kids can have before they learn to talk. By teaching your child to sign words like "more," you give him tools to ask for the things he needs (and without the tears -- hurray!). If you say the word every time you sign, you're reinforcing the association between the sound and the object.
  • slalu mama nyanyi²... MAF joget or buat twinkle² lil star signs....

7. There is a reason we speak "motherese."
Those short sentences, that high-pitched voice: you know you do it! Even older children talk this way to younger kids. But never fear, there's a method to our madness. The higher pitch helps gain baby's attention, and the simple sentences ensure that she'll be better able to understand what you're saying.
  • MAF slalu kena jerit ngan mama .... tinggi suara je ... suh die amik port ape yg mama ckp....

8. First words are based on needs and interests.
Just ask Brooke Kimball from Proctor, Vermont, whose sports-obsessed son could say, "Get the ball," at 10 months. "He had the motivation to string the words together to get what he wanted," she says. Other likely topics of conversation include favorite foods, labels (dog), or action words (more, up, no).
  • betui tuh ... MAF fav words is baby .... i think he really wanna adek la ... air also his fav ...suka mandi ngan main air ...

9. Reading stimulates language.
When you read to your kid, you're interacting with her and allowing her to hear the rhythm of your voice. Plus, you're exposing her to many words that don't typically come up in everyday life. For instance, when was the last time you said "hippopotamus" in casual conversation? And not only is she exposed to more words, she's introduced to different word orders: Is it a unicorn? It is a unicorn! Studies show that children who are read to have greater language comprehension and a more expressive vocabulary. Getting tired of reading Goodnight Moon for the umpteenth time? You don't necessarily have to read every word of a book for it to be beneficial. As you go through the pages, talk about the pictures, point out the colors and objects, and ask questions about the various scenes.
  • That rights ....mmg pun mama slalu buat ... baca kan buku ... cite² pic dlm buku ... bila mama tanya balik "ape ni sayang " jwb ngan bahsa isyarat gak ... klu mana tanya/tunjuk gambar mata ... mesti MAF tunjuk mata die ....

Originally published in the March 2009 issue of American Baby magazine.
copy & paste from here
credit to http://www.parents.com





MAF & His Words


budak berumur 1 tahun 7 bulan .... its normal klu tak byk words yang bleh die kuasai ....
Cth words ;
  • baby (pronoun betui ... asek sebut baby je- fav word)
  • air ( nih pun sama..suka sgt dgn air- also fav word)
  • nak.. nak..nak..
  • air 0otak (air kotak)
  • bird
  • puk² (tepuk² dlm cite liltle einstiens)
  • pooh (my friends tigger n pooh)
  • o0bat (ubat)
  • popo² (keropok goreng)
  • Aaamuah (kiss mama, abah)
  • cat
  • mama/abah (dah lama dah bleh sebut sejak umo 8 bln kot)
  • nyet² (nenek)
  • BBBang (abg)
  • eeeiii/oo0oh (klu geli ngan takut)

Update:
  • ambik
  • loyi (lori)
  • bas
  • bear
  • ball
Update 2:
  • fish
  • uuumah (rumah)
hari²update sbb aku asek lupe je ..hehe

nih je la yg aku ingat ... tp cam ade lagi ...
ssh sgt nk ajar die bercakap ... asek ckp bahsa "baby" die je ... cam la mama paham ...
bila mama dah tanya byk kali ... mula la buat bahsa isyarat die .. so cute ...
skrg nih mostly bahasa isyarat la...