Apr 23, 2011

Tahun Bekerja

Every year, on my very special day iaitu my birthday adalah hari cuti umum bagi diri sendiri. Means, setiap kali my birthday, saya akan ambil cuti (kalau jatuh on weekdays), kira reward utk diri sendiri yang tidak akan bekerja pada 22 April, hehe.

Tp pd thn ini, dalam sejarah diri sendiri kerana terpaksa bekerja (berkursus dgn lebih tepat lg) pd tarikh itu. Mmg tak dapar dielakkan, awal2 lg mmg dah plan utk cuti tp keje dtg last minute n tak boleh tolak, huhu. Kena pergi Kuala Selangor 22-24 April. Nasib baik suami dan anak tersayang ikut sekali. Hanya celebrate birthday bersama yang tersayang kat ikan bakar Jeram, kebetulan program di area sana.

Apr 15, 2011

Saturday is Coming


esok sabtu aleesya boleh jumpa papa. mesti papa terkejut tgk aleesya bertambah besar,hehe.. dan kami boleh pulang ke rumah menghabiskan hujung minggu bersama-sama. Lama nya tinggalkan rumah.

Apr 8, 2011

Power Pumping

Apa itu Power Pumping?
Merupakan teknik mengepam yg boleh membantu meningkatkan penghasilan susu. Ia melibatkan teknik dan setup mengepam yg biasa tapi dlm cara yg lebih unik. Ideanya adalah utk meniru bayi menyusu secara x langsung meningkatkan bekalan susu ibu.

Siapa yang perlukan Power Pumping?
1. Ibu yang ingin menyusukan anak angkat – teknik ini digunakan untuk rangsang penghasilan susu
2. Ibu yg ingin relaktasi / menyusukan semula si anak setelah berhenti menyusukan
3. Ibu yg kekurangan susu, berusaha untuk memperbanyakan semula susu – akibat drpd perubahan hormon, period, kurang mengepam etc.

Macam mana nak buat Power Pumping?
Untuk Single pump – pam kanan dulu 10 minit, kendian pam kiri plak 10 minit, tukar plak ke kanan 10 minit dan seterusnya, bertukar2 setiap 10 minit berterusan selama sejam.

Untuk Double Pump – Pam kedua2 belah serentak selama 10 minit, rehat/ stop pam 10 minit, sambung lagi pam 10 minit, rehat 10 minit dan seterusnya selama 1 jam.
Disarankan buat power pumping ni sekali sehari, seelok2 nya waktu mlm ke subuh, sbb hormon susu sgt tinggi waktu ni.

Berapa lama masa diambil untuk dapat hasilnya?
Mommies jgn ingat sekali buat terus susu jadi banyak yer. Power pumping perlukan masa sekurang2nya 1 minggu! Walaupun pada hari pertama hasil pam setitik dua atau ‘pam angin’ semata2, teruskan misi sehingga dpt hasil yg dikehendaki. Jangan putus asa, usaha, doa dan tawakal, insyallah dipermudahkan olehNYA…amin.

Credit to fb #KIM.

p/s: saya pun ada buat pp di mlm hari, tapi tak selalu lah *ngantuk+direct bf aleesya then co-sleeping terus ngan dia =)* mmg akan menunjukkan hasil walaupun tak sgt semeriah ibu2 lain yg boleh dpt 10-20oz per session.

Semua Ibu Mahu Berikan Yang Terbaik Buat Anaknya

Kejam kah mama?

Seminggu kat rumah suja, 4 hari masih mampu tampung ebm aleesya tp hari ni sudah tak cukup. Kebetulan bibik pun blk kg hari ni, nasib baik tok ma datang weekend nak tgk aleesya dan jadi bs jap. Thanx ma ;)

Hari ni mama bekalkan 2 botol shj ebm, tok ma pun top up susu similac pada aleesya. Sorry ye sayang. May b mama penat ulang alik sg buloh-kl dan jadual masa mengepam yang sudah tak menentu, malam2 pun mama tak larat nak bgn sayang. Hasilnya sangat merudum, huhu. Mama jenis yang kurang susu kot, walaupun dah amik supplement dan makan/minum milk booster, hasilnya tetap tak semeriah ibu2 lain yang boleh dapat 2 botol penuh sekali sesi. Walaubagaimanapun mama tetap akan berusaha untuk memberikan yg terbaik buat sayang mama.

Hopefully syg boleh minum susu similac, kalau sebelum ni susu snow aleesya banyak muntah, ari tu bs try bagi skali similac kt aleesya tak de muntah. Anak mama kena kuat. Tak sabar nak tunggu pulang ke rumah dan kembali seperti biasa. Mama nak power pumping dan byk pump bg up balik susu aleesya.

ya Allah, permudahkan lah urusan hambamu ini.

Apr 6, 2011

Four Month

Aleesya sudah empat bulan, sepatutnya mama bawa pegi check up ari ni tp sbb papa tak de n dok kt rumah suja, so mama dah call KKP mtk tunda lagi dua minggu (tunggu papa pulang).

Copy paste pasal proses tumbesaran baby di usia 4 bulan. 

Feeding less frequently

As your baby reaches four months, his stomach has grown bigger so he doesn't need to feed so often -- just four or five times a day. But he'll still gain weight -- his need to feed just tapers off as he gets older, becoming more like that of older children and adults.

Now his attention will start to gravitate toward other people and things during mealtimes, and though it's exciting to see him aware of and responsive to new things, feedings can get difficult. If your baby is easily distracted, try feeding him somewhere quiet for a while.

A new talent for rolling over

When placed on his stomach, your baby 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.

Time for solid foods?

For the first four to six months of life your baby gets all the nutrients he needs from breastmilk or formula milk. Still, parents are often eager to start their babies on solid foods. Talk to your doctor before trying yours on solids.

You can begin feeding your baby some solids (meaning mushy foods such as pureed baby food or baby cereal) now that his digestive tract is more developed and his tongue-thrust reflex is starting to fade, but many doctors encourage parents to wait until their baby is six months old. Not rushing onto solids can cut down on allergic reactions and ensures that breastmilk and formula won't get crowded out of your baby's diet.

Reaching out and mouthing objects

Your baby is now able to reach out and grab an object, even though he often misses his mark on the first try. 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. For instance, a clean cloth nappy will occupy your baby for a few minutes. Watch him suck on it, hold it, and discover what happens when he scrunches it up. Give him a light rattle and watch him delight in the sound it makes when he shakes it. 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.

Able to play alone now

By now, your baby can play with his hands and feet for a few minutes at a time. A miracle! Suddenly you realise it's strangely quiet in the bedroom so you look in, only to discover that your baby, who so far has needed your attention for most of every waking moment, is amusing himself. Now maybe you can start reading the paper again.

Beginning to understand the role of language

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.

Appreciation for a full range of colours

Babies see colour from birth, but they have difficulty distinguishing similar tones such as red and orange. As a result they often prefer black and white or high-contrast colours. Between your baby's second and fourth months, colour differences become clearer, and your baby starts to distinguish similar shades. Your baby will probably begin to show a preference for bright primary colours now. Some great eye-catchers include primary-coloured mobiles (hung out of his reach), bright posters and visually striking board books.

Getting more selective about people

By four months, your baby may 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.

Is my baby developing normally?

Remember, each baby is unique and meets social milestones at his own pace. These are simply guidelines to what your baby has the potential to accomplish -- if not right now, then shortly.

And if your baby was born prematurely, you'll probably find that he'll need time before he can do the same things as other children his age. Don't worry. Most doctors assess a premature child's development from the time he should have been born and evaluate his skills accordingly.

Apr 4, 2011

Dua Minggu Tanpamu

aleesya dan mama kena tinggal, papa out station 4 2 weeks...family suh dok kat umah my aunty (suja) ajer, owh penatla nti mama berulang alik kl-sg buloh, janji aleesya dpt penjagaan yg terbaik n tak pyh kena ulang alik jgk berdua dgn mama..

we are gonna miss papa =)

c u on 17th, muahX
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