Friday, October 29, 2010
Kami akan bercuti-cuti Malaysia December nanti.
7-11hb Disember 2010.
Dengan my family in-law.
Mak dan abah.
Akob and family.
Iwan dan Dhiah.
Tapi kak Long and family tak dapat pegi pada hari yang sama.sebab ipar kak long ikut.dan ada masalah cuti.jadi kak long pegi awal sikit.3-7hb Disember 2010.
Harap-harap semua berjalan lancar.dan selamat.amin.
Sejak-sejak ni Damia asyik jaga malam.walaupun saya dah 'bela' ngantuk dia dari awal malam..dia tetap nak bangun dan ajak saya main.hm..saya pun tak ingat Nabil macam mana dulu.tapi saya rasa memang macam ni juga kot.dan saya rasa memang baby ada masalah macam ni kot.
Damia dah mula meniarap.tapi mulut dia akan sangat bising kalau dia dah penat.
sebab dia dah tak larat nak terlentang semula.hahaha.
tapi Damia sangat gigih dan kuat semangat.yeahh!!
buat pertama kalinya Damia jatuh buai.dah la terlungkup.nasib baik muka dia kat bantal peluk dia.uwaaaa...selalunya saya akan letak toto kat bawah buai tu.tapi nak dijadikan cerita agaknya,saya basuh.dah kering tapi saya lupa nak letak balik kat bawah buai tu.
dan nak dijadikan cerita juga Damia jatuh buai buat kali kedua.nasib baik saya alas bawah buai tu.tapi saya rasa mestilah sakit juga kan.ish..ngeri bila difikir balik.jadi saya rendahkan buai dia serendah-rendahnya.hehe.
Sekian.Happy 4 months old Damia sayang.cepat besar nanti boleh teman abang makan.biar abang pun cepat besar.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
tapi..macam tu gak.
Signs of Readiness for Toilet Training
Like learning to sit up, crawl and walk, potty training is a skill that your child must learn. Experts suggest that parents look for signs of physical, emotional, and cognitive readiness before attempting to toilet train. Children are generally around two years of age before they can recognise and respond to toileting signals such as a full bladder, so premature toilet training may only frustrate you and upset your toddler because they can't do what you're asking of them.
Although it feels impossible sometimes, your toddler WILL sooner or later, learn how to use the toilet. Starting toilet training when your toddlers are ready makes it easier for all the parties involved.
The "ready-to-start-toilet-training" signs to look out for:
• Can follow simple instructions, such as a request to sit down or undress himself/herself.
• Can stay dry for a stretch of 2 to 3 hours
• Is aware of the "need to go" and can understand such words as "potty", "poo", "pee", etc
• Dislikes wet or soiled diapers
• They like being clean and dry
• Shows interest in wearing training pants or underwear
• Can pull elastic-waists pants up and down
• Notices the potty or toilet and wants to sit on it
• Do praise success. You might want to try rewards like an animal stamp on their hands (my kids love them !)
• Do invite them to sit on the potty when you're using the toilet
• Do switch from diapers to pull-up training pants they can pull up and down by themselves
• Do buy training pants in their favourite colours to make the whole toilet training process more fun for them
• Do teach them to wash their hands after going to toilet. Buy a special handsoap in their favourite scent for this purpose
• Do expect accidents ! Be patient with accidents and relapses
• Do remind them to go to the potty when they are too engrossed in their activities
• Don't reprimand or punish in events of "accidents". It will take them some time to master this whole toilet-training business.
• Don't start toilet training when there are big changes happening in the family such as new arrival or move to a new house.
• Don't get stressed. Keep a relaxed attitude. Toileting is not a reflection on your parenting but a maturing process of your toddler. If you treat toileting asa matter of discipline, and punish your toddler for any accidents, you are starting a fight you can't win.
• Don't force them to sit too long on the potty. It'll just feel like a punishment.
• Don't turn your toilet into a battleground. If your toddler is not ready to be toilet trained, he's just not ready. Try again a couple of weeks later. Just don't give up hope. Your toddler will NOT want to be in diapers forever ;-)
You will need lots of patience and a good sense of humour and plenty of time to spend in bathroom. You might want to keep something to read in toilet (for you, not your toddler :-) Give your toilet trainee lots of kisses and cuddles - they need to know that you still love them whether or not they perform on the potty !
Saya jumpa info ni di sini..
Potty training can be a process of trial and error. It can be both exciting and quite frustrating. Rest assured, eventually your child will be potty trained. There are very few teenagers running around in diapers!
That being said, there are proven potty training strategies that have worked for parents over the years. Let’s take a look at a few of them to make the potty training process as easy and painless as possible.
1. Wait until your child is ready for potty training before you begin.
Many parents, undoubtedly excited to be done with the whole diaper thing, rush potty training. Good intentions aside, if a child isn’t mentally and physically ready to learn how to use a toilet, the potty training process is going to take much longer and be frustrating for the both of you.
Signs your child is ready to begin potty training include:
*Frequent dry or clean diapers
*Curiosity about the toilet
*Communication regarding their potty habits – if a child tells you they just peed or they have to pee they’re ready for potty training.
2. Make sure you have the right gear.
There are a lot of potty training aids available. From small portable potty chairs to floating targets you can place in the toilet to help your little boy aim and enjoy the training process. Getting the gear before you begin training will help you and your child create a structure and a routine around potty training.
It also helps to have potty training friendly clothing. There’s nothing more frustrating than a child who tells you they have to go potty and then having them wet their pants because it took too long to get their clothing off. Slips on pants are the easiest and of course skirts and dresses make it easy for girls.
3. Have a positive mindset.
Mistakes will happen and children will make huge leaps forward only to then have really bad potty training days or weeks. Reward and celebrate successes and stay focused on having a positive attitude. Recrimination, punishment and yelling only makes a child feel bad about themselves, it doesn’t further the potty training process.
Know that it’s much easier for a child to be aware of their body during the daytime and nighttime accidents can happen well into elementary school. Be prepared. Protect your child’s pride and their belongings with a mattress pad, rules about drinking before bedtime and support and understanding.
The potty training process can take a while and each child’s experiences are different. Be patient, be positive and be prepared!
Seingat saya, saya dah cuba sekali masa bulan puasa lepas.tapi saya tak cukup kuat sebab saya bf Damia dan saya bepuasa.macam nak pengsan pulak la nak berulang alik ke toilet.sampai tengahari saya cakap kat Nabil..
'Kita sambung lepas bulan puasa eh..mama tak larat la..'
eh? alasan ke ni?malas? oh tidak. sebabnya berkali-kali Nabil 'banjir' dan saya berkali-kali jadi makcik cleaner.tekak jadi kering.perut mula menyanyi lagu rock.yeayeahhhh!!
lepas bulan puasa.kami sambung potty training.
sampai sekarang masih tak berjaya sebab masa beraya asyik beraya ke sana sini jadi saya taknak ambil risiko Nabil 'banjir' kat rumah orang.
dan sekarang pulak Nabil menolak untuk di 'train'. and he kept on refuse me when I told him to pee himself. dia cakap 'takmau! Abin nak pakai pampers!'
And during that time I thought maybe it’s too early and he is not ready yet, so I hold the idea back.
Hm?betul ke tak ready ek?ke tak puas manja?uhuhuhu..