9 bulan…

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Sebenarnya, E-ein dah mencecah 9 bulan 18Mac lepas.Tapi baru ni nak buat entry hehe…pagi tadi dah gi checkup kat klinik dan E-ein dah seberat 7.4kg…

Sekarang dia dah pandai/makin mahir:

1.Merangkak
Ya rabbi ..laju giler…kalau kita leka kejap, sekejap je dia dah leh across ruang tamu…mujur antara ruang tamu dan dapur, ada pintu kat hallway tu, so, tak yah lah beli safety gate, just tutup pintu je …dan juga E-ein mcm tak berapa suka pakai walker, lagi suke merangkak.

2.Memanjat
Dah cukup tangkas!Bila dah berdiri, pakai sebelah tgn jek, sebelah lagi dia pegang mainan atau remote,atau hset mama and abah dia ,yg mana dia sempat capai!

3.Meniti
Yang ni, tgh belajar, dia masih tak kuat lagi…slow2 ye my Suyin..

4.Duduk
Dah boleh duduk tanpa menyandar/support…tapi belum pandai duduk dari posisi berdiri…

5.Memilih orang
Antara aku dgn Cg Fly, dia lagi suke Cg Fly dukung!nak tido pun dgn abah dia!kalau tak dapat, dia nanges!kalo kat umah pengasuh, dia lagi suke Ayah Rafi(suami babysitter) tu dari akak babysitter tu!(ish kecik2 dah nampak preference kat org lelaki…haiiii…E-ein2….

5.Pandai turunkan palang car seat sendiri

6.Tengah tido, kalo puting tercabut dari mulut dia, tgn dia gagau2 cari puting dan leh masukkan puting walaupoun mata pejam!Yang nih aku kagum!Tapi harap2 dlm umur 2 tahun, dah boleh berhentikan puting..

Playtime!

Another milestone achieved!Yeay!

To pacifier or not to …Part II

E-ein pun guna pacifier the baby soother jugak akhirnya..syukur dia kurang meragam malam2 cari aku..tak lame dah E-ein.. Mama tgh wat final prep(dah sapu lantai umah bersih2,mop lantai, beli buaian bla bla..) utk sambut E-ein balik, Mama siap amik cuti lagi tau next week..want to spend 2-3 days with my preciousss…(aku baru hantar borang cuti tadi muhehehe harap2 diluluskan!amin!)


Gambar ni masa E-ein still nyonyot pac Anakku…


She now likes to explore & looks at her teeny tiny little hands…

Ape tengok2? hehe 🙂 baby rambut kembang hihihi dah taruk baby oil pun rambutnye tak turun2!!!



Sekarang E-ein guna pacifier Avent, pac Anakku tu holder dia melengkung & menyebabkan pipi E-ein yang bolat itu berbirat..so sy tukar kepada Avent, yang holdernye rata dan kecik comei gitu…Syukur juga E-ein tau batasan nyonyot puting nih, bila dia berjaga, mmg dia tak nak puting ni, sbb dia suke bersembang.Dan bila dia tido, dia siap campak puting tu(toin!) dari mulut dia..

Antara butiran sembang2 E-ein:

Akuk..
Awuuu….
Ahak..
Guuu..(biasanye disertai hujan buih air liur)
Aiii..
Buahh..
Ekekek..

Haha..ade sape2 leh translate?? 🙂

Pros & cons of pacifier..aku jumpe kat Yahoo Search

Pacifiers

INTRODUCTION

The amount of extra sucking babies do when they are not feeding varies. This extra sucking is a beneficial self-comforting behavior. Some babies suck on their thumb or fingers almost constantly. If you have a baby like this, you may want to try to interest him in a pacifier.

To be an accepted substitute for the thumb, the pacifier has to be introduced during the baby’s first two months. The orthodontic type of pacifier is best because it prevents tongue-thrusting during sucking, but the regular type usually causes no problems. Use trial and error to find the shape your baby prefers.

ADVANTAGES OF A PACIFIER OVER THUMBSUCKING

The biggest advantage of a pacifier is that if you can get your child to use one, he won’t suck his thumb. Thumbsucking can cause a severe overbite if it continues after your child’s permanent teeth come in. A pacifier exerts less pressure on the teeth and causes much less overbite than the thumb. Also, you can control your child’s use of a pacifier as he grows older. In contrast, it is much more difficult to stop your child from sucking his thumb because the thumb belongs to him.

WHEN TO OFFER THE PACIFIER

The peak age for sucking in infants is 2 to 4 months. In the following months, the urge to suck normally decreases. A good age to make the pacifier less available is when your child starts to crawl. A pacifier can interfere with normal babbling and speech development. This is especially important after 12 months of age, when speech should increase dramatically. It’s hard for a child to talk with a pacifier in his mouth.

To make sure your child doesn’t become overly attached to a pacifier (for example, walk around with it in his mouth all the time), consider the following recommendations:

  • During your child’s first 6 months, give him the pacifier whenever he wants to suck. Be careful not to offer it every time he cries. Crying has a number of causes besides hunger and a need to suck.
  • When your older infant is unhappy, first use cuddling to provide comfort instead of offering the pacifier. Some infants like massage. Try not to overuse the pacifier while you are comforting your baby.
  • After 6 months of age (or when your infant starts crawling), keep the pacifier in your child’s crib. This allows him to use it at naptime and bedtime. After your infant falls asleep, take the pacifier out of his mouth (if it hasn’t fallen out already).
  • If you allow your child to use a pacifier all the time, his interest in it will increase rather than decrease. If your child seems to want a security object while he is awake, offer something besides the pacifier, such as a stuffed animal.

REMINDER:

If your baby uses a pacifier, don’t forget to take it with you when you travel. Keeping a spare pacifier in the car can save you some trouble. In air travel, sucking a pacifier or swallowing fluids during descent can prevent ear pain.

PACIFIER SAFETY

Observe the following precautions for using a pacifier:

  • Use a one-piece commercial pacifier. Don’t try to make one yourself by taping a nipple to a plastic bottle cap. A homemade pacifier can be pulled apart, get caught in your baby’s throat, and cause choking.
  • Don’t put the pacifier on a string around your baby’s neck. The string could strangle your baby. The new “catch-it-clips” that attach the pacifier to your child’s clothing on a short ribbon are practical and safe.
  • Don’t use a pacifier with a liquid center. (Some have been found to be contaminated with germs.)
  • Don’t coat the pacifier with sweets, which may cause dental cavities if your child’s teeth are coming in. Honey may cause a serious disease called botulism in children less than 1 year old.
  • Rinse off the pacifier each time your baby finishes using it or if it drops to the floor.
  • Buy a new pacifier if the old one becomes damaged.

STOPPING THE PACIFIER

If use of the pacifier has been restricted to naptime and bedtime, your child will usually agree to give it up completely by the age of 3 or 4 years. Pick a time to give it up when your child is not coping with new stresses or fears. Sometimes giving up the pacifier on a birthday, holiday, or other special occasion is easier for your child.

Make the transition as pleasant as possible. You may need to offer incentives. If your child is strongly attached to a pacifier, help him give it up at naptime first. Use a star chart to mark his progress. When that goal is accomplished, offer to replace the nighttime pacifier with a new stuffed animal or encourage him to trade it for something else he wants. Never use punishment or humiliation to force your child to give up the pacifier.

Give your child the choice of throwing the pacifier away or leaving it out to be picked up (for example, by Santa Claus or the “pacifier fairy”). Putting the pacifier away somewhere in the house is usually not a good idea, because your child will be more likely to ask for it during times of stress. At such times, comfort your child with cuddling instead. Help your child talk about missing the pacifier. Praise your child for this sign of growing up.


Written by B.D. Schmitt, M.D., author of “Your Child’s Health,” Bantam Books.
Copyright 1999 Clinical Reference Systems

To pacifier or not to…

Tadi aku call ibu mertua ku..biasalah hari2 mesti call and tanya khabar E-ein…(dan juga ibu mertuaku..tq mak..)

Sejak ari Isnin, E-ein susah nak tido malam..dan kurang menyusu.Pastu nak mengamuk je..maybe rindukan aku lah tu (dan juga rindu breastfeeding)..keciannye E-ein..My MIL kata, cuba beli puting (@ pacifier).Sekurang2 nya bila letak kat umah pengasuh tak delah kite risau dia ngamuk..Hmm..aku sebenarnye tak nak ajar E-ein hisap puting nih, tapi nak tak nak, kene cubalah…Cg Fly kata, dari dia menangis , melalak smpi abis suara,baik try puting…

Counting days juga nak bawak E-ein balik.Nak kene beli buaian lagi satu utk letak kat umah pengasuh, tilam..bantal ekstra,bath tub bla bla bla..tunggu gaji muhehehe..:) Petang ni aku balik umah MIL..yeay sukenye…cian dak tecit tu asik ngamuk je, mujur outstation hujung minggu ni dibatalkan sebab budget tak dok..hehe..syukurrr…kalo tak, mau meraban aku berpisah 4 hari dgn E-ein!!!Setakat ni paling lama dlm rekod, berjauhan 2 hari je….lama2 blom pernah lagi…wasehh..rindunyerrr....kangennnn bangat!!!