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    • Creativity

      March 17, 2006

      I am not sure whether I have posted this, sorry for my poor memory. Anyway here are two very creative photos. One is done by a designer and the other, my darling hubby. I guess you know which is which, right?? :shifty:

      Formula 1

      Electrical Robot

    • Cook Blog Activated

      March 16, 2006

      Good news!!! :clap:

      Due to overwhelming responses, I have set the COOK BLOG up, url:

      Those who want to contribute, go and register. I will set you as an Author once you have register and you can start to blog your recipe. Make sure you categorize your post so that it is searchable.

      Who knows, maybe we can make a book out of it. :dance:

    • Cook Blog

      March 15, 2006

      After reading Twinsmom blog, I am sure a lot of moms are facing the problem of “What To Cook For The Family?”

      I am sure there are a lot of chef qualities in you. I have an idea that can help everyone solve this problem but do need your contributions. I would like to start a COOK BLOG where you can share your recipe with others. You can login (a user id will be created for you) to this COOK BLOG, using WordPress.

      With this, if you have problem on what to cook, just browse the simple recipe in here. Before I start this project, I would love to hear how many of you are interested to be part of it?

      By the way, please do not copy recipe from cookbook, later I kena sue for copyright. 😥

    • Speech

      March 15, 2006

      Emily is learning to speak in 3-4 word sentences. I think she is a very fast learner. Here are some new discoveries:

      #1 pour water here
      #2 want some more
      #3 nah kor kor take
      #4 ice cream nice
      #5 kor kor some more here
      #6 mummy move move
      #7 mummy come here
      #8 God good (*from the song God is so Good*)
      #9 Bye Bye C’ya
      #10 kor kor sleep, papa sleep, shhhh

      Later she will be a talkative gal. Oh she just learnt how to scream. :wall:

    • Bad Timing

      March 14, 2006

      I was on MC for 3 days. Eyes getting better but I am ban from wearing contact lens for at least 2 months.

      Today is my son’s birthday. I ordered a The Incredibles cake, his favourite cartoon. Over the weekend, I was packing all the party bags with goodies. I intend to give a small party in his school together with his school friends. The school is also on holiday so fewer children and lots of activities. His favourite activity is water play in the blown up pool.

      Yesterday, while I was playing with him, 38 °C. Oh my, he was having a fever. Birthday boy is having fever. Poor him. No party. No water play. No birthday cake. Now I have a cake and 35 party packs sitting in my fridge. What am I going to do with it?

      And I thought I could go back to work today.

      Weekend celebration with the family. I bought him a ice-cream cake. Before we can sing the birthday song, it started to melt.

      Enjoying his ice-cream cake.


    • Series 1 – Boys Will Be Boys.

      For those who have boys at home, I would recommend you get this parenting VCD. It teaches you how to raise boys, not that you don’t already know. It enhances your skills I suppose. It is conducted by the famous Dr. James Dobson from Focus on the Family.

      In part 1, he tells you why boys are different to girls. I quote “Boys are different from girls physiologically, emotionally and socially. The series begins with Dr. Dobson examining how God designed boys. These masculine traits can often irritate and confound parents but were intended to be enjoyed and celebrated – as well as molded and “civilized.”

      It is a 60 minutes show and plenty of good illustrations. It cost RM19.90 per VCD and RM200.00 for the whole series. I enjoyed part 1 & part 7 and I will get the entire series.

      In first part of the series, it tells you how boys are created differently, even from the making in the womb. How the testosterone floods the womb and this hormonal bath alters the way boy’s brain are structure in many ways. The connections between the two hemispheres of the brain are actually damaged. As a result, boys have a harder time integrating and articulating what they know, feel and believe. Boys and Girls are different.

      How many of you find that when you are talking to your husband and he is not listening? Men/Boys have the ability to filter things that they do not want to hear. I often find that true. Dr James Dobson has one very useful method, is when you want to communicate something important to your boy/hubby, touch him with yr hand and look him in the eye, you will get his full attention.

      One illustration he gave, a father who tried to make his son drink milk and he refused. He asked him 7 times and he refused. Later the father thought that he has a competitive characteristic in him. He told the son, let’s compete and see who drinks the fastest. He divided the milk into 2 glasses and on the count of 3, both finished the milk. Next the son told the father, let’s make it 2 out of 3 wins. Parents do need to be creative, these days.

      Have fun with it.

    • Funny Talk

      March 7, 2006

      Yesterday, my colleague was distributing full moon package. I took it home. During dinner, I asked Tim whether he wants a RED egg.

      Me: Tim, see RED egg, you want?
      Tim: Duck egg, got duck inside?
      Me: Not duck egg, chicken egg.
      Tim: Mother Hen.
      Me: Yeah Mother Hen lay it but no chicken inside.
      Tim: Mummy, see egg yolk. *put the whole yolk in his mouth*

      Dad was concerned about him eating the whole egg. I seldom give my children eggs because both of them are allergic child. After eating, rash will appear some where in their boy.

    • Sleep

      March 3, 2006

      How many hours do you sleep now, especially after having children? Not many I presumed.

      Previously when I was single, when I had all the time in the world, I used to sleep in especially during the weekends. I can wake up like in the afternoon. I used to sleep a lot! In fact I love sleeping, it is one of my favorite past time. I was also a vampire, like to keep awake at night, because of the quietness of the night. I used to burn a lot of midnight oil, studying, doing homework, surfing on Internet and watching TVB series and etc, until 3-4 am. I remembered when I had to do my final thesis for final term in University I stayed up until 7am to complete it. I can stayed awake for more than 24 hours and I can sleep through for 24 hours. I guess average I slept 10-12 hours a day and at least a 2-3 hours nap.

      With children, I can do that no more. :cry:. Especially when Tim was born, he was a demanding baby. He didn’t sleep well, he wakes up at least 3 times at night. When he wakes up in the morning, I have to wake up. No more sleeping in! When he arrived, my sleeping routine was overturned. I have to follow his sleeping pattern. He drove me nuts, at 1 point in time, I almost said to myself “1 kid is enough!!” Thank God, by the age of 2, he slept through the night. Tim trained me to sleep less or maybe I was growing old that I do not need so many hours of sleep. Average I slept 6 hours per day and only 30min to 1 hour nap during the weekend. Emily was a sleeper like me and she didn’t give me much problem.

      Both of them is well trained, sleep early so that I can go back to staying late nights. They sleep by 9-10pm. I have 2-3 hours to enjoy. Often they have 1 nap during the weekends for 2-3 hours, and I will take the opportunity there to nap too. Average now I sleep 8 hours a day. However I still miss sleeping in on Saturday till noon. :think: