Saturday, January 14, 2012
Hmm this blog is full of spider web already...
Just recently, I went to Immigration Department at Putrajaya to renew mine and Amsyar's passport. We are going to visit his Grandparents in Moscow for 3 months. I am really looking forward to it but at the same time I feel miserable leaving my poor husband this long. If I don't go now, when else? I can't apply for 3 months leave if I started working later. My husband will come to fetch us from Moscow in April, he is going to stay there for 1 week. So maybe we can go to St. Petersburg and Helsinsky? Em' sounds interesting....XD
Other than that, why is it so hard to find a proper winter jacket for 1 year old baby? Do you know where can I get one with good price? I bought few through online, but they are just like a 'night sweater' for Malaysia temperature... I want the one that can beat a -10 degree cold climate!
Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Amsyar is 11 month today (and is having a running nose and fever). Below what Baby Center have to say about 11 month progress which I found is true. I started 'introducing' Amsyar to my dark blue cardigan when he was about 9 month. At first I used it as his blanket when the weather gets cold outside but later he become so attached to it and can fall asleep on his own while cuddling it. The fabric is really soft; it contains 58% polyester, 38% rayon, and 4% spandex.
Has your baby formed a strong attachment to a stuffed toy or a soft blanket? If he has, be thankful. Such transitional objects or "cuddlies" will help give him a feeling of security as he develops emotionally in the months and years to come. When you're not around, it will comfort him. Not all children feel inclined to adopt a cuddly, but if yours does, by all means, encourage it! It can be a good idea to have two identical objects and rotate them regularly. That way you can wash one easily and you have a replacement in case one gets lost or left behind. You can even cut blankets in half (if you do it at this age, he won't even notice the change in size).
Here are the pictures of Amsyar holding my cardigan while sleeping or playing.
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AND THE VIDEO! (Sorry the video is in Malay)
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Sunday, January 01, 2012
|Photo from Smashing Buzz.com|
Wishing you the happiest New Year!!
New Year resolutions/wishlists:
- Love my family even more and make both of my parents happy
- Learn how to sew so I can design my own clothes
- Get a less stressful job after Amsyar is one year old
- Learn how to bake
- Do something to save the environment by recycling, reusable bag, etc.
- Start saving money and focus on necessary items only while shopping - (this going to be the hardest one)
- Read more books
- Be less stressed
- Find the cures to my husband's loud snoring
- Get a Master degree
I just finished watching Ombak Rindu for the second time. First time was yesterday's night. It was a good movie I can say. Beautiful performances by an all-star cast headed by Maya Karin, Aaron Aziz, Lisa Surihani and Bront Palarae.
Based upon the bestselling Malaysian novel, “Ombak Rindu” is about the romance between Izzah and Hariz (Aaron Aziz) , two lovers from different worlds. Izzah (Maya Karin) is a village girl who has been sold by her father to a nightclub in KL as a prostitute. However, Hariz, a rich man’s son, has bought her from the nightclub to keep as his own mistress. She begs him to make her an honest woman and he agrees, on the condition that she doesn’t claim any rights as a wife. Hariz soon softens his heart and learns to fall in love with Izzah. However, he is ordered by his mother to wed a childhood friend – Mila (Lisa Surihani).
So how is Haris going to get out of the emotional entanglement?
You have to watch it yourself! Overall, I rate this movie 8/10.
|From Left: Maya Karin, Aaron Aziz, Lisa Surihani & Bront Palarea|