A late post. Happy fathers day to my husband. He tried his best to give it all to his girls. But the best was: sparing his time with them; he teaches them iqra n solat, swimming and manmers- that is the best thing everrrrrrr
Zahraa buat audit kat saya hari ni
Eyes: oo your eyes is so big u can see everything. Good. Check
Mouth: you can eat food. Check
Nose: got nose. U can smell delicious things. Check
Hands: ok got hands.so you can pegang pegang masak.check
Ears: you can hear things. Check
You are good mom
I came to know about my wisdom tooth issue some time longggggg ago. When i was 15. Thats was when i had an x ray before my braces was on. My dentist told me the position of my wisdom tooth would be an issue some day. At that time, they were just pushing all my lower front soldiers, making them squeezed in my small mouth. And at that time those braces helped.
But some years ago, those wisdom tooth has been a nightmare. And open door to my habit of taking pain killers..the second reason after my migraine. It was something i hated, something i had in me, something i am fighting off.
So why dont i get them out? Well obviously…duuuhhhhhh…of course i was scared! And of course i am with a baby bla bla bla, breastfeeding bla bla bla … And so goes my list of excuses. But the other reason was of course they are expensive. Damn expensive i would say. I had once brace myself to a dentist but (
luckily) she said she is not doing it anymore, its a risky lil surgery yada yada (and yayyy for me at that fime)
But since last August, it had became worst. The whole row of my teeth were in pain. And came october, i could not bear it any longer. But it was soooo expensive, and was not cover by my medical. Till January came, one night i could not sleep, and cry and ….errr u can imagine i guess. And thats it..thats the last drill.
At last i visited We Care Dental Surgeon, Dr Law. And get it out. My mouth is small, and they was no space for the dentist to work on. And the wisdom tooth itself was already in bad shape. So what he did was to cut my teeth into 3 pieces, then cut off my gums, to take out the hooked roots, that has already got to my nerves. That was what made the pain keep coming again and again, with them being close to the nerves. The x ray and check up cost RM200+ and the surgery was RM670 -just sharing info with anyone who had the same issue. I fully recommend Dr Law, the whole process took 45 minutes instead of 2 hours, and Alhamdulillah i did not felt a thing! But pain and bla bla bla came after. Till today, i had a huge hole inside my mouth, the not yet covering gums, and its annoying, trapping food that i had.
Mine was that horizontal wisdom..not my pics, i mean i had that. I am expecting the same issue on my right side, as they are exactly the same. But for now i dont want to worry. My lower left jaw is in peace
Gone Girl, by Gilian Flynn. All i can say is – awesome!!!! And jumping in joy ( can u see me jumping and grinning) i loveeee this book!!!!
Its a book i can hardly put down- this should make you understood how much i love reading this. Its a book that keep you suspicious, and a suprise, at the beginning, mid and till the end!
Usually a book was written, as narrated by the main character. But Gone Girl was narrated by two, the husband and the wife. It begins with the wife who went missing on their 5th anniversary. She may have abducted, she may have run away, and her husband might kill her too!!!! In the beginning, the husband didnt seem to panic with the event, and curiosity came by. You could be team husband or team wife, reading this! And the end…errr i wont tell how it ends. I just wanna say its worth reading, so much
So its now for sale, as usual rm18 without postage. Postage will be rm6
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Its Maulidur Rasul holiday today (the birth of our Prophet Muhammad saw) and the three girls of us stayed home. I thought i want to bake some cakes, or finish those laundry.
But it seems to be a great day to ‘grow’ with my kids (will write bout this later) si i decided to make some play dough! The recipe is from here
And it turns out to be awesome. We rarely played play dough so my girls are really excited. Its nasuha’s first time playing this at home (i did not allow, but she already been playing at school, so what the heck right?)
Put it on a stove
And endless fun. You’ll be suprise of what lik kids would do with doughs. Oh yeah, this is safe, dont worry if your child accidently swallow it. They are just ingredients from you kitchen right.
Play doughs are simple, but they are beneficial for kids. From reading, i came to know that they help a lot in building motor skills, put a strength to the tiny muscles, creativity and imagination explored, extend investigation and possibilities. To sum up its for developing multi sensory of ur kids.
Its not only for girls, boys could benefit from them too. And there’s no age limit for it. Different age group would discover different angles to it. Add boxes, colors, stick, leaves, or cupcake container for your kids to explore an have fun
But the most important part it, the time you spend with your kids. Its precious
My eldest daughter will be 5 soon. Oh noooo 5??? This soon? I dont where has all my times went? But looking at my kids, time has surely gone quick.
Zahraa is such a joy gift for us. He’s clever, funny and the best part of her that make me miss her every minute, is her drama. She always says things that make me laugh.
‘Mama, kenapa baca buku atas cushion macam tu? Oooooo situ selesa yaaaa’ with ya in her cute intonation
‘Oh mom!!!! Tq halau lipas for me..tq very much. You saved my life’
‘Mama, jangan marah yaya tau. Tak baik. Dosa. Nanti Alah marah, Allah hantar black snake kat mama’ oh no!!! Scaryying me!
‘Oh, my mom doesnt love me anymore. I am so sad’ – thats when she got scolded
‘Hmmmn this is delicious. Pandai mama masak. Tq mommmmm’ awwwwwe and there goes my meltin heart
‘Nasuha…dont cry litle sister. Yaya ada. Come lets hug’
I would miss her drama, for the rest of my life
Finished this in two days, yes its not that thick, but its totally a book that hooked you. I rarely reads novel by a male writer and i noticed male writer has different style of writing. The sentences are precise, and short. Female writer usually toook too many words to describe something.
Reading this book seems like watching a movie. It peeks into life of Pat Peoples, the narrator, who was x-mental. Its heartbreaking tho. I thought there is too much story on football (i guess the writer was such a fan if Eagles) but the story pace up after a while.
I love how it ends, i love the character. It was a sad story, but dont worry, there’s a happy ending. As the title is, silver lining playbook
Anyone who has read this could leave some comments for discussion. And the novel is now up for prelove sale. RM18 without postage, email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
Title: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Author: Ransom Riggs
It is the first book by this author, and i could say, as a first book it is awesome, unique-as it comes with real pictures in between the pages.
This book is about mystery and adventure of teenagers, but the language seems to be written for adult. Its a story narated by Jacob, a 16 year old boy who was quiet and stumbled along hia teenage life. His grandfather died mysteriously and left him a mission. One that would change his life forever.
The adventure and mystery begin in Britain, a place far away from the cities. The author brings us to a dimension of imagination, with addition of graphics and pictures that make us think they are real (are they??, i dont think so)
The adventure keeps you hang on to the book till the end. I am not satisfied with the end tho: it kinda left hanging. I guess there’ll be book number two. This book could be made a movie too, this era of oliver twist, something like that. I enjoyed the book, finished it in less than a week (that shows how deep i’m into it) I recomend this to be read by teenagers, or young adult who wants something else other than love or ghost or vampire stories (too many books on wolves and vampires nowadays)
left me any comments to discuss, if you are reading or have read the same book.
I might not re-read this book, so it is now up for sale as pre-loved books. RM18 without postage. Email me at email@example.com for any interests.