Monday, April 14, 2014

MOMMY.. KAKAK NAK BASIKAL

Setiap kali nak balik dari tadika, pastu sampai kat rumah, bawah tangga kt kedua2 tempat tu ada je beskal parking. Geram betul. Sebab jadi penyebab kakak sebut. Huu

"Mommy..kakak nak basikal ni"

So, since dah 40x sehari sebut tu, Mommy Daddy x paham2 lagi ke???!!!

Maka, semalam Mommy ajak Daddy cari seketul untuk kakak.

So, weols ke Chow Kit yang pada Mommy memang malas nak jalan kat ctu. Kuang2. Panas. Nasib x hujan.

Selit sket selfie adik AE

Dah jalan2 tu, ada satu kedai wat kelakar. Hikhik. Ni haa. Otomen pun tau dahaga laaaaaa..

So dah jumpa kedai basikal, kakak pun cuba lah. Harga mostly around 180 sampai 250. Tawar memang x boleh dah. Cis betol.

Cuba pink nih. Harga 220 rasanya. Pk balik, kang adik nak belajar naik ke, xkn pink kot? Jambu ah.. Nak beli baru? Jarak umur dorang x jauh pn. 2 tahun je. Bazir beli baru. Hikhik. Sian menjadi seorang adik kan? Kuikuikui. Nasib baik baju x leh share. Kena beli baru. Tapi, ada gak baju kakak yang adik pakai. Hikhik
So weols ingat nak pusing2 kedai lain dlu. Kakak punya nangis, xnk kua, so Mommy terpaksa berdrama dan folo kehendak dia sambil tunjuk kita pegi beli basikal kat sana. Sambil tunjuk2 kedai lain.

Tapi, x menarik. Last2 kena patah balik ke kedai nih jugak.

Maka, kita tengok pilihan Daddy. Mommy macam malas nak pk sgt sbb x larat. Panas sumore.

So weols ambil yang nih. Ok la jugak.. RM180. No less. Hmm.

Since weols park dekat dgn GM KL tu, weols try la masuk kat dalam GM tu. Penat toi pusing. Apa pn x beli. AE plak tido. Nyenyak giler. Kakak xnak tido langsung.

Singgah makan kat De Santap area KL Festival punya jalan tu. Sedap giler asam pedas dia. 2x dah datang sini. Memang x rugi. Sedap dan murah.


Then, otw balik tu Mommy ajak Daddy gi Fabulous Mom kt Ukay Boulevard. Nak cari drinking cup avent. Tapi, xde kat ctu. So weols ke One Baby World plak, area Giant Taman Permata, ada. Yeay. Less RM2 je dari harga sebenar. Huk huk.

Mahai btoi la maintenance anak teruna Mommy nih..
Fyi, AE nih x minum botol tau. Susah gila. Susu sampai terpaksa pakai syringe. Kalau ada Mommy, lagi la xkan mnum susu botol. Mommy start mix fm masa dia umur 1 tahun 3 bulan. Sekarang dah hampir 2 bulan dah mix. Tapi, rasanya mcm x mnum sgt FM tu. Lebih kepada susu ebm yang Mommy bekalkan jugak.

Air masak pn cm kurang. Sbb x pndai hisap botol straw. Uwaa. Mommy nih fail ajar anak ke?
Dia rela minum pakai cawan. Tapi, bagi cawan kang, tumpah lak. Skrg nih dah mcm cekap sket minum. X tumpah sgt. So, try nih malam td, mcm bes je dia minum. Tunggang sket, x tumpah masuk hidung la kiranya. Hihi

Kakak & beskal. Balik rumah, main sekejap. Kena clear satu kawasan depan tv tu sebab dia nak naik beskal. Buku2 yg disepahkan pn perlu kemas.
 
Kul 9pm sharp, ada budak tu yang tengah melukis, zzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Hihi. Sape suh x tido siang.

AE? Kul 12 pn x tdo2 lagi. Even masuk dalam bilik tido yang gelap kul 10. Huwaaaaaaaaa

Friday, April 11, 2014

CHILDREN WORLD FANFARE @ SOGO

Assalamualaikum.

Start hari nih uols..


 
SOGO (KL) Department Store Sdn. Bhd

Location:
KL Sogo, Centre Atrium, Ground Floor
Kompleks Sogo, Jln Tuanku Abd Rahman, K.L

Summary:
It's time for Children World Fanfare Time at Kl Sogo ! Discounts up to 70% off!

FREE RM10 Children World Voucher with every purchase of RM250 at the Children's World Fanfare Time!!

Brands offered:
Cartoon Planet
Cheetah Junior
Snail & Sons
Polo Kids
Soda Kids
Ladybird
Pureen and many more

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir

WANGI.. I TELL U NO JOKE MEH

Assalamualaikum.

Mommy baru je beli Syampu Tudung.



Betul laa.. Syampu Tudung. Hahahah

Ingat rambut je ke ada syampu? Tudung pun ada la..

Ini haa..
syampu tudung
Mommy beli kat ex office mate masa kat law firm pertama Mommy dulu.
 
Sebelum Mommy beli nih, Mommy memang tercari2 jugak any sabun utk tudung2 Mommy. Sebelum nih Mommy rendam tudung pakai softener Daia warna biru. Masya Allah sedap giler bau. Tapi, once dah pakai nih, Daia tu Mommy guna utk baju2 kt mesin sajelah.. No more utk tudung.
 
Mommy ada la gugle pasal Syampu Tudung, rata2 Mommy jumpak harganya boleh tahan mahal. Kekadang teringin nak tanya +Radiusite , syampu tudung brand apa dorang pakai sebab setiap kali dapat parcel, sedap giler bau tudung dorang. Ke, perfume? Tapi perfume apa? Hohoho Teringinnya nak tahu..

Oh.. harga untuk syampu tudung nih ialah RM16 in which for me memang murah la. Sebab likat & pakai 1 penutup botol tu sahaja utk sebaldi tudung. Xyah rendam lama sangat. 15 minit je Mommy rendam. Pastu bilas & jemur. Kos pos RM10 sebab berat tau uols. 1 liter.

Ingredient syampu tudung nih ialah Pati Buah Betik.

Mommy ada pakai tudung yang Mommy dah rendam pakai syampu tudung nih. Wangi baq hang!! Mommy tanya kengkawan opis, suh dorg cium tudung Mommy, dorang ckp memang wangi.

Ler.. bukan biz Mommy pun nak over2 cerita tau. Ini kisah benar. huuuu

So, sesape yang nak order, leh beli kat Fieza AJ (fb beliau) nih.
 
Oh ye, Fieza ni jugak MUA tau. Makeup Artist gitu.

Uish.. Promo free nih.
Nak 1 syampu tudung for free please? mihmihmih


Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir

Monday, April 7, 2014

25 RULES FOR MOTHERS OF DAUGHTERS

1. Paint her nails. Then let her scratch it off and dirty them up. Teach her to care about her appearance, and then quickly remind her that living and having fun is most important.

2. Let her put on your makeup, even if it means bright-red-smudged lips and streaked-blue eyes. Let her experiment in her attempts to be like you…then let her be herself.

3. Let her be wild. She may want to stay home and read books on the couch, or she may want to hop on the back of a motorcycle-gasp. She may be a homebody or a traveler. She may fall in love with the wrong boy, or meet mr. right at age 5. Try to remember that you were her age once. Everyone makes mistakes, let her make her own.

4. Be present. Be there for her at her Kindergarten performances, her dance recitals, her soccer games…her everyday-little-moments. When she looks through the crowds of people, she will be looking for your smile and pride. Show it to her as often as possible.

5. Encourage her to try on your shoes and play dress-up. If she would rather wear her brother’s superman cape with high heals, allow it. If she wants to wear a tutu or dinosaur costume to the grocery store, why stop her? She needs to decide who she is and be confident in her decision.

6. Teach her to be independent. Show her by example that woman can be strong. Find and follow your own passions. Search for outlets of expression and enjoyment for yourself- not just your husband or children. Define yourself by your own attributes, not by what others expect you to be. Know who you are as a person, and help your daughter find out who she is.

7. Pick flowers with her. Put them in her hair. There is nothing more beautiful than a girl and a flower.

8. Let her get messy. Get messy with her, no matter how much it makes you cringe inside. Splash in the puddles, throw snowballs, make mud pies, finger paint the walls: just let it happen. The most wonderful of memories are often the messy ones.

9. Give her good role models- you being one of them. Introduce her to successful woman- friends, co-workers, doctors, astronauts, or authors. Read to her about influential woman- Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Marie Curie. Read her the words of inspirational woman- Jane Austen, Sylvia Plath, Emily Dickinson. She should know that anything is possible.

10. Show her affection. Daughters will mimic the compassion of their mother. “I love yous” and Eskimo kisses go a long way.

11. Hold her hand. Whether she is 3 years-old in the parking lot or sixteen years old in the mall, hold on to her always- this will teach her to be confident in herself and proud of her family.

12. Believe in her. It is the moments that she does not believe in herself that she will need you to believe enough for both of you. Whether it is a spelling test in the first grade, a big game or recital, a first date, or the first day of college…remind her of the independent and capable woman you have taught her to be.

13. Tell her how beautiful she is. Whether it is her first day of Kindergarten, immediately after a soccer game where she is grass-stained and sweaty, or her wedding day. She needs your reminders. She needs your pride. She needs your reassurance. She is only human.

14. Love her father. Teach her to love a good man, like him. One who lets her be herself…she is after all wonderful.

15. Make forts with boxes and blankets. Help her to find magic in the ordinary, to imagine, to create and to believe in fairy tales. Someday she will make her 5 by 5 dorm-room her home with magic touches and inspiration. And she will fall in love with a boy and believe him to be Prince Charming.

16. Read to her. Read her Dr. Seuss and Eric Carle. But also remember the power of Sylvia Plath and Robert Frost. Show her the beauty of words on a page and let her see you enjoy them. Words can be simply written and simply spoken, yet can harvest so much meaning. Help her to find their meaning.

17. Teach her how to love- with passion and kisses. Love her passionately. Love her father passionately and her siblings passionately. Express your love. Show her how to love with no restraint. Let her get her heart broken and try again. Let her cry, and gush, giggle and scream. She will love like you love or hate like you hate. So, choose love for both you and her.

18. Encourage her to dance and sing. Dance and sing with her- even if it sounds or looks horrible. Let her wiggle to nursery rhymes. Let her dance on her daddy's feet and spin in your arms. Then later, let her blast noise and headbang in her bedroom with her door shut if she wants. Or karaoke to Tom Petty in the living room if she would rather. Introduce her to the classics- like The Beatles- and listen to her latest favorite- like Taylor Swift. Share the magic of music together, it will bring you closer- or at least create a soundtrack to your life together.

19. Share secrets together. Communicate. Talk. Talk about anything. Let her tell you about boys, friends, school. Listen. Ask questions. Share dreams, hopes, concerns. She is not only your daughter, you are not only her mother. Be her friend too.

20. Teach her manners. Because sometimes you have to be her mother, not just her friend. The world is a happier place when made up of polite words and smiles.

21. Teach her when to stand-up and when to walk away. Whether she has classmates who tease her because of her glasses, or a boyfriend who tells her she is too fat - let her know she does not have to listen. Make sure she knows how to demand respect - she is worthy of it. It does not mean she has to fight back with fists or words, because sometimes you say more with silence. Also make sure she knows which battles are worth fighting. Remind her that some people can be mean and nasty because of jealousy, or other personal reasons. Help her to understand when to shut her mouth and walk-away. Teach her to be the better person.

22. Let her choose who she loves. Even when you see through the charming boy she thinks he is, let her love him without your disapproving words; she will anyway. When he breaks her heart, be there for her with words of support rather than I told-you-so. Let her mess up again and again until she finds the one. And when she finds the one, tell her.

23. Mother her. Being a mother - to her - is undoubtedly one of your greatest accomplishments. Share with her the joys of motherhood, so one day she will want to be a mother too. Remind her over and over again with words and kisses that no one will ever love her like you love her. No one can replace or replicate a mother's love for their children.

24. Comfort her. Because sometimes you just need your mommy. When she is sick, rub her back, make her soup and cover her in blankets - no matter how old she is. Someday, if she is giving birth to her own child, push her hair out of her face, encourage her, and tell her how beautiful she is. These are the moments she will remember you for. And someday when her husband rubs her back in attempt to comfort her...she may just whisper, "I need my mommy."

25. Be home. When she is sick with a cold or broken heart, she will come to you; welcome her. When she is engaged or pregnant, she will run to you to share her news; embrace her. When she is lost or confused, she will search for you; find her. When she needs advice on boys, schools, friends or an outfit; tell her. She is your daughter and will always need a safe harbor - where she can turn a key to see comforting eyes and a familiar smile; be home.

i love u my daughter, Hannah Damia

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

KENAPA?

Assalamualaikum

Aku kadang2 jadi x paham dengan manusia nih. Betullah. Manusia nih macam2. Macam2 feel. Macam2 isi hati. Ada baik. Ada hipokrit. Ada boleh berubah hati sekelip mata. Ada hasad. Macam2. Semua nih ujian buat manusia lain, aku fikir.

Aku nih selalu sangat kalau apa2, semua benda nak luah kt FB la, IG la, blog la. Semua aku nak cerita. Habit. Kadang2 dari komen kengkawan, aku dapat sedikit nasihat, pesanan, etc.

Tapi, kali ni x boleh. Aku macam x boleh nak cakap. Nak luah. X boleh. Nak lepas memana pn x boleh. Nasib baik ada encik suami. Dia lah tempat aku luah apa pn. Semua benda aku akan cerita kt dia. Biar kena marah, kena tegur, kena nasihat, dia suami aku. Dia layak untuk semua tu.

Tapi kali ini macam too much. Too much untuk aku simpan & aku xle luah. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.. Geramnya.

Benda nih aku rasa sikit hari akan meletup jugak. Tengah sabar je.


Maaf kalau kali nih entry Mommy membahasakan diri sbg 'aku'.

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir

SELFIE TIPS DIJUAL DI GROUPON

Assalamualaikum.

Mommy saje bengong2 klik. Hahahaha. Jangan kata Mommy sorang yang beli. Ramaiiiiiiiii gila k yang beli Groupon nih.

Tapi.. malas plak Mommy nak cari kat mana selfie tu. Pening ah Groupon nih kekadang. Hahahaha

Regards, Mommy Hannah Damia & Ariq Emir
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