Tuesday, December 29, 2009

A ride to office

Hmm... today WKR merajuk tak nak start... puas aku tekan kunci tak mau jugak dia start...baru jer aku gertak sikit nak jual dah merajuk lebih2...so today for the first time ever Junior got new experience riding motorcycle to office...sejuk angin sepoi2 bahasa.. best gak naik motor ni :)

Monday, December 28, 2009

Cute and practical baby's stroller

I find this baby's stroller so cute and user friendly and cost only RM900...hmmm will strongly suggest to hubby to grab one :)

Onjat's Wedding Day 27 Dec 09

Yesterday was my lil bro's-Onjat wedding day. I was the one who responsible for makan beradab..cooked him 2 big Siakap Steam and the rest, Mak Tam yang masak..tired jugak nak menghidang kat meja pengantin tu-rushing here and there.. and today I'm feeling soo tired...Ramai sedara yang datang confused between me and Shima.. ya lah since I got pregnant.. my face turn to be like her's..round and 'gemuks'..Boring btol bila depan mata derang duk tanya mana Linn? Dia tak balik ka? huh...sabar jer lah..

Today I planned to take EL as I have no energy left to go to work but then boss pulak awal2 pagi lagi dah sms dia nak EL..hmmm... i have no choice though since there is 3 days classes at office.. nak tak nak kena datang jugak...what a big sacrifies.

Gambar majlis ni akan di download later on.. jagan terkejut mmg tak kan ada my pic since I was the one playing belakang tabir...

Sunday, December 20, 2009

My first digital scrapping card

Completed my first digital card just now.. huh penat jugak membeliak kan mata mengadap komputer ni..ni gambar masa 'Enchek' Rizal melamar saya di atas Menara Alor Setar middle of 2007.. kiranya masa kitorang tengah mabuk 'berchenta' lah ni...segan jugak nak letak but anyway just to share the moment and my creativity (tak ler seberapa creative) he he..moga nanti Junior will enjoy to read this oso...

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Like this song....

Bitter Heart from Zee Avi

Sun rays come down as seen when they hit the ground,
Children spinning around till they fall down down down.
I wait for you: it's been two hours now,
You're still somewhere in town,
Your dinners getting cold.
I rest my case you are always this late,
And you know how much I hate waiting around 'round 'round,
Bitter heart, bitter heart tries to keep it all inside,
Bitter heart, bitter heart shadows will help you try to hide,
Bitter heart, my bitter heart is gettin' just a little fragile,
Bitter heart, bitter heart of mine.
And then you come and tell me the same reason as you did yesterday,
So tell me whats her name.
Doo doo da dum, doo doo da dum, doo doo doo doo doo doo da da dum dum, da da da da dum, da da da da dum, da da da da dum.
Bitter heart, bitter heart tries to keep it all inside
Bitter heart, bitter heart shadows will help you try to hide,
Bitter heart, my bitter heart is just getting a little fragile,
Bitter heart, bitter heart of mine, of mine, of mine, of mine, of mine, of mine

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Me and blogging...

Salam All..

Since everyone knew, I am a very "setahun jagung" blogger..baru nak bertatih in the ICT arena. I fall in love for blogging since last month after browsing through a few friend's blog like Abby Sue's, Zaid's, Baya's and etc. It is very interesting and brand new things to learn and adapt...as I am thinking this is my future baby's world..it's all about 'alam cyber' concept..how this new things have grown so fast that I dont want to be left out ... My love for blogging keeps growing everyday and maybe someday can dig up some $$ from this new hobby :)

As for the start, I am creating my second blog at http://bb-tira-miss-u.blogspot.com. Dont know the purpose of it yet but the idea will come soon... Since I was in primary school I always dreaming of becoming a writter someday..by blogging-it's help my dream to come true..As for now, I need to starts back my reading habits which I left since last 2002 (fuh... so long long aaa)

Below articles is very usefull for me and for those who would like to starts their own blog...enjoy!

6 Lessons I Learned in Two Years of Blogging
by Daniel Scocco
This is a guest post by Aseem Kishore. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here.

Back in March of 2007, I started a personal blog using the Blogger platform so that I could create a knowledge base for myself. Two and a half years later, I now run two blogs that generate more than double the income of my current job.

Over that time period, I’ve gone from never hearing of a blog before to managing several writers, switching between multiple hosts, interacting with lots of bloggers, etc, etc. Though it’s been a great experience, it has not been without its share of pains either.

Those pains, however, are what can either make you lots of money or make you frustrated and give up early. There were several times when I was sure that blogging was over for me, yet with some luck and helpful people, I managed to make it through.

Here are six lessons that I personally feel can make a difference for anyone who wants to become a successful blogger. If you feel differently, feel free to post your thoughts in the comments.

1. Backup everything – Yes, before passion and content and everything else, make sure you back up anything and everything. That includes the database, the images, and any other files that comprise your website or blog.

Even if you get zero traffic, that content can still be valuable, you may just not know it yet. Make sure you have several backups and backups of the backups.

2. Learn SEO – I agree that great content will get you traffic, but it’s still essential to have basic knowledge of SEO. Permalinks, post titles, keywords, sitemaps, etc. You should know about these things and implement them.

SEO and content have a kind of symbiotic relationship in my mind, where both get benefits if the other is around. Also, you don’t have to know a ton here. Personally, I’ve never hired an SEO and probably won’t, but it may not be a bad idea to go to a SEO conference or take a class. For me, just reading online was good enough.

3. Write consistently and often – Unless you start making more money from consulting gigs, book deals, or selling your own products, then you should make sure you write consistently. I’ve written 1 to 2 posts on Online Tech Tips every single day for more than two years.

Granted, I now have writers, but this was after a year and a half of writing by myself. Matt Cutts of Google has publicly stated that it’s best to add content to your blog on a daily basis, if possible. This makes a difference, I promise.

4. Get good help – Another reason I believe I’ve been able to do well in blogging is because I can rely on some really good people to help me in areas I don’t have an expertise in.

Frankly, most people are not Linux or programming gods who can type commands away to configure their own servers or modify their themes. If you can’t do something yourself or don’t know how, it’s best to connect with someone who does, even if you have to pay.

Having a really good technical person you can rely on is very important. If you can do it yourself, great, but if not, reach out to other bloggers or friends and see if there is someone you can trust to help you.

5. Build links intelligently – Firstly, make sure you don’t buy links or do link exchanges or write posts for money. Now, if you have great content, you’ll probably not have to do any link building after a certain point.

However, in the beginning or if you’re not getting much traffic, you need to get people to notice your site and content. Write guest posts (like this one), submit your site to directories like DMOZ and Yahoo, share news on social networks, link out to other blogs in your niche, join blog carnivals, etc.

6. Relax & take breaks – Finally, try to keep yourself from becoming a miserable person. Blogging can do that, no matter how much money you make! It can be frustrating, annoying, tiring, and plain stressful.

Do not become obsessed or compulsive otherwise you’ll drive yourself crazy. Take breaks with family or friends and try not to think about your blog for sometime. Of course, don’t neglect your content, but make sure your life is balanced.

That’s it from me! Maybe these were not the most mind-numbing new lessons you’ve heard of, but they were absolutely key for me. And I’ve learned that reading something and implementing something are two very different things. When you implement, you’ll see the benefits.

Aseem Kishore is a blogger and Internet entrepreneur who blogs at Online Tech Tips and Help Desk Geek about technology, software, and computers.

Monday, December 14, 2009

The Top 5 Hardest Jobs to Fill in America

The Top 5 Hardest Jobs to Fill in America
by Mary Fineday,

Looking for a career with a high level of demand? A recent survey found that some jobs feature more openings than trained workers. Training for one of these top jobs can help ensure your degree training will be highly valued when it comes time to look for work.
Career Training for Careers In Demand

The survey, conducted by employment agency Manpower, Inc., found a range of careers in high demand across the country. "From our research it is clear that across the country employers are experiencing a mismatch between the talent their businesses need and the skills and abilities potential employees possess," said Jonas Prising, president of Manpower North America.

Matching your own talent up with potential employers may require a degree or career training program. Check out a few of the hardest jobs to fill in America, and learn more about the career training recommended for each.

Career #1: Engineers

Working as an engineer requires intelligence, organization, and a high level of specialized skills. Engineers typically work in one area of engineering; for example, mechanical or petroleum engineering. A bachelor's degree in engineering is required for most entry-level careers in the field.

For those with the right degree training and skill, engineering salaries offer big rewards. Civil engineers earned mean annual wages of $78,560 in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and the job is expected to see a high level of future growth.

Career #2: Technicians

Looking for an engineering career without a four-year bachelor's degree? Consider training to become an engineering technician. These trained workers use an associate's degree in the engineering specialty they choose to move swiftly into the workforce. Engineers and the public alike depend on technicians for their ability and knowledge.

According to the BLS, electrical and electronic engineering technicians earned mean annual wages of $53,990 in 2008. If you love the work but want a higher salary and more responsibility, you can transition your associate's degree into bachelor's degree training.

Career #3: Accountants

Make your skills with financials and business work for you with a career as an accountant. These number lovers are a big asset to individuals and businesses alike, who rely on them to do everything from interpreting tax laws to organizing a company's finances. Forensic accountants follow paper trails and help out with court cases.

The educational path to become an accountant varies. Accounting clerks may require only an associate's degree, while fully-licensed accountants may need a bachelor's degree in accounting plus CPA certification. Regardless, accountants earned mean annual wages of $65,840 in 2008, the BLS reports.

Career #4: Mechanics

Working on cars has always required a mix of technical knowledge and a passion for all things automotive. Today, automotive service technicians and mechanics benefit from an associate's degree level of training. With the high-tech diagnostic devices used in garages today, a little computer-based knowledge goes a long way.

The BLS notes that automotive service technicians and mechanics earned mean annual wages of $37,540 in 2008. An associate's degree is recommended for employment, and mechanics with certification may see the best opportunities.

Career #5: IT Staff

This broad category includes many of the country's fastest-growing occupations, including network systems and data communications analysts, computer software engineers, computer systems analysts, and database administrators. In any company with a network of computers and technology, a highly trained IT staff is appreciated.

Most IT staff jobs require a bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, management information systems, or similar, though some entry level careers -- such as careers for Web masters -- may only require an associate's degree. Specific earnings for IT staff depend heavily on the career you choose. The BLS reports that database administrators saw mean annual earnings of $72,900 in 2008, for example.

Valuable Education for Popular Careers

While no degree program can guarantee a particular career or salary, the training you receive is often preferred or required by hiring managers in the careers above. After a few years of training, you could be filling the need for trained workers in the field of your choice.

Mary Fineday is a freelance writer from Austin, Texas.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Its tea time...

Is having tea right now.. suddenly tersedak pulak masa tengah minum.. punyalah sakit ku menahan perut...siap 'tarik mengkarung lagik"...aka muscle sprain...Thank God tak pengsan sorang2 kat opis ni...kes naya ni...sapelah yang duk sebut2 diriku ini... dah 2 hari asyik minum jer sure tersedak..semoga yang bercakap about me tu mendoakan sesuatu yang indah..he he..amin...

Thursday, December 10, 2009

7 foods experts won't eat partner

Healthy LivingWednesday, December 9, 2009

7 foods experts won't eat
by Liz Vaccariello, Editor-in-Chief, PREVENTION, on Tue Nov 24, 2009 11:15am PST 282

How healthy (or not) certain foods are—for us, for the environment—is a hotly debated topic among experts and consumers alike, and there are no easy answers. But when Prevention talked to the people at the forefront of food safety and asked them one simple question—“What foods do you avoid?”—we got some pretty interesting answers. Although these foods don’t necessarily make up a "banned” list, as you head into the holidays—and all the grocery shopping that comes with it—their answers are, well, food for thought:

20 ways to feed your family for $100 a week.

1. Canned Tomatoes

The expert: Fredrick vom Saal, PhD, an endocrinologist at the University of Missouri who studies bisphenol-A

The problem: The resin linings of tin cans contain bisphenol-A, a synthetic estrogen that has been linked to ailments ranging from reproductive problems to heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Unfortunately, acidity (a prominent characteristic of tomatoes) causes BPA to leach into your food. Studies show that the BPA in most people's body exceeds the amount that suppresses sperm production or causes chromosomal damage to the eggs of animals. "You can get 50 mcg of BPA per liter out of a tomato can, and that's a level that is going to impact people, particularly the young," says vom Saal. "I won't go near canned tomatoes."

The solution: Choose tomatoes in glass bottles (which do not need resin linings), such as the brands Bionaturae and Coluccio. You can also get several types in Tetra Pak boxes, like Trader Joe's and Pomi.

14 worst health mistakes even smart women make.

2. Corn-Fed Beef

The expert: Joel Salatin, co-owner of Polyface Farms and author of half a dozen books on sustainable farming

The problem: Cattle evolved to eat grass, not grains. But farmers today feed their animals corn and soybeans, which fatten up the animals faster for slaughter. More money for cattle farmers (and lower prices at the grocery store) means a lot less nutrition for us. A recent comprehensive study conducted by the USDA and researchers from Clemson University found that compared with corn-fed beef, grass-fed beef is higher in beta-carotene, vitamin E, omega-3s, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), calcium, magnesium, and potassium; lower in inflammatory omega-6s; and lower in saturated fats that have been linked to heart disease. "We need to respect the fact that cows are herbivores, and that does not mean feeding them corn and chicken manure," says Salatin.

The solution: Buy grass-fed beef, which can be found at specialty grocers, farmers' markets, and nationally at Whole Foods. It's usually labeled because it demands a premium, but if you don't see it, ask your butcher.

25 ridiculously healthy foods you should be eating now.

3. Microwave Popcorn

The expert: Olga Naidenko, PhD, a senior scientist for the Environmental Working Group,

The problem: Chemicals, including perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), in the lining of the bag, are part of a class of compounds that may be linked to infertility in humans, according to a recent study from UCLA. In animal testing, the chemicals cause liver, testicular, and pancreatic cancer. Studies show that microwaving causes the chemicals to vaporize—and migrate into your popcorn. "They stay in your body for years and accumulate there," says Naidenko, which is why researchers worry that levels in humans could approach the amounts causing cancers in laboratory animals. DuPont and other manufacturers have promised to phase out PFOA by 2015 under a voluntary EPA plan, but millions of bags of popcorn will be sold between now and then.

The solution: Pop natural kernels the old-fashioned way: in a skillet. For flavorings, you can add real butter or dried seasonings, such as dillweed, vegetable flakes, or soup mix.

Your nutritional guide to grocery shopping.

4. Nonorganic Potatoes

The expert: Jeffrey Moyer, chair of the National Organic Standards Board

The problem: Root vegetables absorb herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides that wind up in soil. In the case of potatoes—the nation's most popular vegetable—they're treated with fungicides during the growing season, then sprayed with herbicides to kill off the fibrous vines before harvesting. After they're dug up, the potatoes are treated yet again to prevent them from sprouting. "Try this experiment: Buy a conventional potato in a store, and try to get it to sprout. It won't," says Moyer, who is also farm director of the Rodale Institute (also owned by Rodale Inc., the publisher of Prevention). "I've talked with potato growers who say point-blank they would never eat the potatoes they sell. They have separate plots where they grow potatoes for themselves without all the chemicals."

The solution: Buy organic potatoes. Washing isn't good enough if you're trying to remove chemicals that have been absorbed into the flesh.

14 ways to make veggies less boring.

5. Farmed Salmon

The expert: David Carpenter, MD, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany and publisher of a major study in the journal Science on contamination in fish.

The problem: Nature didn't intend for salmon to be crammed into pens and fed soy, poultry litter, and hydrolyzed chicken feathers. As a result, farmed salmon is lower in vitamin D and higher in contaminants, including carcinogens, PCBs, brominated flame retardants, and pesticides such as dioxin and DDT. According to Carpenter, the most contaminated fish come from Northern Europe, which can be found on American menus. "You can only safely eat one of these salmon dinners every 5 months without increasing your risk of cancer," says Carpenter, whose 2004 fish contamination study got broad media attention. "It's that bad." Preliminary science has also linked DDT to diabetes and obesity, but some nutritionists believe the benefits of omega-3s outweigh the risks. There is also concern about the high level of antibiotics and pesticides used to treat these fish. When you eat farmed salmon, you get dosed with the same drugs and chemicals.

The solution: Switch to wild-caught Alaska salmon. If the package says fresh Atlantic, it's farmed. There are no commercial fisheries left for wild Atlantic salmon.

Delicious and easy fish recipes

6. Milk Produced with Artificial Hormones

The expert: Rick North, project director of the Campaign for Safe Food at the Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility and former CEO of the Oregon division of the American Cancer Society

The problem: Milk producers treat their dairy cattle with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH or rBST, as it is also known) to boost milk production. But rBGH also increases udder infections and even pus in the milk. It also leads to higher levels of a hormone called insulin-like growth factor in milk. In people, high levels of IGF-1 may contribute to breast, prostate, and colon cancers. "When the government approved rBGH, it was thought that IGF-1 from milk would be broken down in the human digestive tract," says North. As it turns out, the casein in milk protects most of it, according to several independent studies. "There's not 100% proof that this is increasing cancer in humans," admits North. "However, it's banned in most industrialized countries."

The solution: Check labels for rBGH-free, rBST-free, produced without artificial hormones, or organic milk. These phrases indicate rBGH-free products.

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7. Conventional Apples

The expert: Mark Kastel, former executive for agribusiness and codirector of the Cornucopia Institute, a farm-policy research group that supports organic foods

The problem: If fall fruits held a "most doused in pesticides contest," apples would win. Why? They are individually grafted (descended from a single tree) so that each variety maintains its distinctive flavor. As such, apples don't develop resistance to pests and are sprayed frequently. The industry maintains that these residues are not harmful. But Kastel counters that it's just common sense to minimize exposure by avoiding the most doused produce, like apples. "Farm workers have higher rates of many cancers," he says. And increasing numbers of studies are starting to link a higher body burden of pesticides (from all sources) with Parkinson's disease.

The solution: Buy organic apples. If you can't afford organic, be sure to wash and peel them first.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

A boy and Choc Cake Moist

Hi...last week masa jumpa papa.. sesajer Ummi gatalkan permintaan nak scan baby...pukul 8.30am kitorang bergerak ke Gangga Clinic kat Tandop..ramainyer orang sampai boring menunggu turn...papa dah dekat 10 kali ulang alik masuk klinik...Ummi no commentlah since baru dapat selsema so duk pegang tisu jer..sod baa ro...

Pukul 10.10 am baru turn Ummi..jeng je jeng.. Dr Gangga macam terkejut sket tengok Ummi dah pregnant.. masuk 6 months plak tu (last met her on early 2008 for fertility treatment)...then saat yang di tunggu2...berbaringlah ummi atas katil utk di scan perut..jeng je jeng,..quess what? Our juniour is a BOY...papa senyum meleret...Ummi sungguh bersyukur...like apa yg di rasa selama ini adalah betul..so nama yang ummi pilih dah siap sedia di informkan ke Papa... boring tul dia tak de komen apa2...ada gambar scan tu but tak leh nak upload since scanner ada prob pulak...so simpan dulu lah...Jr tengah posisi membelakangi perut ummi sambil hisap jari.. Doc said maybe tengah tido..Jr is under weight a bit since ummi cannt have milk like usual (milk tu mcm musuh plak...baru jer start taking calsium pill on last week)..

Ummi have a long chat with papa...he asked me to go back KL until time to deliver..dalam kepala ummi pk mcm2..dh dekat nak bersalin pun duk suruh travel lagi..plus shoping for baby stuff pun mintak buat kat sana..tak taw lah masa tu ummi larat jalan lagi ke tak..nak bawak keta kat KL tu jauh sekali lah.. ummi dah makin rabun/silau makin serius...hari tu 'teraccident' sbb tak taw nak anggar jarak berhenti keta..dh mcm fobia nak bawak keta..

Ha today dah start mengidam kek cokelat basah plak...terigin yang teramat sangat..sampai meleleh liur ni...kejap g nak kluar break dgn Shita.. nak pekena choc cake kat Pasific..hmm i'm thinking of Secret Recepi....tapi kedai kek Sayang pun oklah-like what Shita's proposed.

Kalau nak ikut banyak lagi ummi nak tulis.. but since mengejar masa ni..(before boss balik) so terpaksalah pendekkan kat sini jer...until next time...


Friday, December 4, 2009

Papa is coming back this evening..and baby starts kicking actively

Hmmmm... he he he...tra la la la...
I looks happy today bcoz Papa is on the way to North to see Ummi and Baby...quite shock to receive sudden sms from Papa that he is on the way now to Alor Setar.. and baby's reaction; to kick me harder and actively..like baby know Papa is on the way...drive save Papa


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Wanita Akal Senipis Rambutnya

Source: http://adikbijak.3.forumer.com/index.php?showtopic=479

Jangankan lelaki biasa, nabi pun terasa sunyi tanpa wanita.
Tanpa mereka, fikiran dan perasaan lelaki akan resah.
Masih mencari walau ada segalanya.
Apa yang tiada dalam syurga?
Namun adam tetap rindukan hawa.
Dijadikan wanita daripada tulang rusuk yang bengkok.
Untuk diluruskan oleh lelaki.
Tetapi seandainya lelaki itu sendiri tidak lurus,
Mana mungkin kayu yang bengkok menghasilkan bayang yang lurus.

Luruskanlah wanita dengan jalan yang ditunjuk oleh Allah,
Kerana mereka diciptakan sebegitu rupa oleh Allah.
Didiklah mereka dengan panduan darinya.
Jangan cuba menjinakkan mereka dengan harta, kerana nantinya mereka semakin liar.
Janganlah hiburkan mereka dengan kecantikan, kerana nantinya mereka akan semakin derita.
Kenalkan mereka kepada Allah, zat yang kekal. Di situlah punca kekuatan dunia.

Akal senipis rambutnya, tebalkanlah ia dengan ilmu.
Hati serapuh kaca, kuatkanlah ia dengan iman...
Perasaan selembut sutera, hiasilah ia dengan akhlak.

Suburkanlah ia kerana dari situlah nantinya...
Mereka akan lihat nilaian dan keadilan Rab...
Bisikkan ke telinga mereka bahawa kelembutan bukan suatu kelemahan..
Ia bukan diskriminasi Allah... sebaliknya di situlah kasih dan sayang Allah...

Wanita yang lupa hakikat kejadiannya...
Pasti tidak akan terhibur, dan tidak akan menghiburkan...
Tanpa iman, ilmu dan akhlak..mereka tidak akan lurus...
Bahkan akan semakin membengkok...
Itulah hakikatnya andai wanita tidak kenal Rabbnya...

Bila wanita menjadi derhaka... pasti dunia lelaki akan menjadi huru hara....
Lelaki pula janganlah mengharapkan ketaatan semata-mata...
Tapi binalah kepimpinan...
Pastikan sebelum wanita menuju ilahi, pimpinlah diri kepadanya...
Jinakkan diri kepada allah...
Nescaya akan jinaklah segala-galanya di bawah pimpinanmu...
Janganlah mengharapkan isteri semulia Fatimah Az-Zahra'
Seandainya dirimu tidak sehebat saidina Ali karamallahuwajhah

Fun Birthday Facts

Got this from http://www.babiesonline.com/pregnancy/duedate/process2.asp
Just wan to share...

Your Due Date Is Monday, March 29, 2010
Your conception date was most likely Monday, July 06, 2009

You are in Week 24 of your pregnancy
and your baby is 22 weeks old. Why is this?
Babies Online's Help & Hints
A full term pregnancy lasts 40 weeks (280 days), broken down into 13-week trimesters, starting from the first day of your last menstrual period. That's right, you haven't even conceived in what physicians consider to be the first two weeks of pregnancy. You might as well get used to this idea now: Your first day of pregnancy is the first day of your last menstrual period. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks after that, and most women conceive during that time. So as if thinking you may be growing a human being inside of you isn't confusing enough, you are already two weeks pregnant on the day you conceive!

Your Third Trimester will begin 12/28/2009
162 days down, 118 to go!

The above information is based on a LMP date of 6/22/2009
and a 28 day cycle

Fun Facts For Birthday 03/29/2010
Your baby will be born in the Year of The White Metal Tiger

Half Birthday: September 27
Birthstone: Aquamarine (Courage)
Astrological Sign: Aries
Birth Flower: Daffodil or Jonquil (White or Light Blue)

This time next year your baby will be 36 Weeks Old!

Your baby will start kindergarten in 2015, be old enough to drive a car in 2026, graduate high school with the class of 2028, and will finish college in 2032, give or take a year. Can you imagine?


Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Don't know why lah I cannt sleep since last few nights...so many things in my head will pop up once my head reach the comfort pluffy pillow. During day time, i'll suffer back-ache...normal symptom kan for pregnant lady....nothing to story about today...just me with my 'insomnia' and back-ache problem..