Thursday, July 29, 2010

Random 001: Boyfriends.

I am happily married, yes. I love dear husband (and of course the baby) more than anything in the world. But I have to admit, I do have boyfriends. Four of them, actually. I'm not ashamed of it, and my husband is well aware about them.

Ohai there, yummy things.

[cue excessive drooling]

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Random Snap 04: Panic Button.

Press the Panic Button if you get attacked in the toilet. Or if you suddenly realize they're out of tissues when you're in the midst of sending an urgent message to the Ninja Turtles. Snapped in the Ladies at Bangsar Shopping Center.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Refusing To Eat.

For the past week, the baby has been refusing to eat most of his meals. The only foods he would take are Rusks and bananas (he does enjoy trying to eat inedible stuffs like books and tissues, which is driving me up the wall!). Everything else goes untouched and into the garbage. Mealtime used to be easy and pleasant, now it's turning into a nightmare with all the screaming and foods flying across the room. But thankfully he's nursing as usual, otherwise I would go totally berserk. I don't know if it's the flu or he's just turning into a picky eater. I really hope it's not the latter.

David Geller, pediatrician

Toddlers can be finicky eaters. One minute they're in love with a particular dish — spaghetti, for instance — and won't take a bite of it the next. Or they'll decide they hate blueberries without even having tried the fruit. Kids this age are becoming aware of their ability to make their own decisions, sometimes to the frustration of their parents. They also enjoy pushing the limits you impose upon them to see what response they get.

Even though it seems impossible, most picky eaters get enough calories and nutrients from their regular diet, so don't worry that your child will starve if he doesn't have a versatile palate like you do. If your child is gaining weight and getting taller, and has had no developmental problems, he's doing just fine. Make sure his diet is healthy and that the things he does eat aren't junky fare, such as chocolate, chips, or candy. Keep encouraging him to eat all types of food. If he refuses, don't force the issue. Eventually, he'll try foods he once shunned. Don't stop offering them, though — if you never present him with a varied selection, he'll never learn to eat them, and the list of foods he won't eat will grow longer.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Sick Baby

Is it a good thing or a bad thing that your child hardly falls sick? Some say it's good because it shows that he has a strong immune system. And others say it's even better to be exposed to several kinds of illnesses, to build up biological protection in his immune system.
My son is going into 14 months, and this is the third time he fell sick. And to top it off, he fell face down at the clinic, resulting in a bloody and swollen lip.

Aloloo.. Tengok lah muka demam sepuluh sen tuh. Kesiaannn.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Random Snap 03: Fat, Not Phat.

Attention all men,

If you've grown horizontally and can't seem to fit into any of your clothes, fear not! For I have found the perfect place for you.


Tuesday, July 13, 2010


We've been meaning bring all of our plastic bottles (which had taken a lot of space in our store room, alongside the hubster's Transformers) to Ikano Recycling Centre since donkey years, but weekends seemed to move very fast (or maybe it was just pure procrastination) that we barely had time to do so. Finally last Sunday we got around to it.

Doesn't seem so much, right? But trust me, these plastics are huge and it could accommodate quite a number of bottles.
And for all those, we got paid a grand total of... (drum roll please),
Yeah! We were like rich for about 5 minutes. Then we paid the parking fee. Which was RM2.
So the next time we want to go recycle, I think I'll just go to some random recycling kiosk behind my house.

P/S: How much do you think I would get if I were to recycle the Transformers? Heh.
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