Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Warkah buat ummi....

Malam ni hati ummi runsing dan terasa terlalu tebal setebal apa sajalah pu yg boleh dibanding dan ummi sendiri takkan tahu perasaan sendiri yang terpendam dalam hati....ummi sedih, kecewa pilu, macam2 perasaan dan emosi yang bergumpal2 di dalam hati sampaikan terasa menyesakkan dada.. ummi sangat stress dengan segala peristiwa dan kejadian sepanjang tahun2012 ni.....dugaan ini terlalu berat rasanya ummmi tanggunggggggggggggggg dalam hati......................

Ya Allah...tabahkan hati ku...walau aku sendiri tau aku tidak tabah dan tidak kuat menghadapi semuanya....ku hanya boleh mengadu padamu Ya Allah............................susah bila menyandarkan harapan pada manusia................Ummi sangat terkilan dalam hati bila manusia sesenangnya cuba mengadili manusia sepertinya juga seolahnya dialah yg maha tahu segala, menilai orang sesuka hati, melabel orang sesuaka hati....adakah 'manusia' itu sempurna mengalahkan Sempurnanya Allah Yang Maha Kuasa atas setiap sesuatu dalam muka bumi ini walau sebesar zarah????...............Layakkah si 'manusia' tu memperlekehkan orang lain??? Layakkah dia mengisytihar yang dia itu sempurna?????? walhal Siapa lah lagi Yang Maha Sempurna di dunia dan di akhirat nanti.........Hanya Dia...Hanya Allhu Rabbi yng Ku Sembah dan taat pada- Nya...

ampunkanlah dosa ku YaAllah....ku tahu aku serba lemah serba tidak berdaya....Hanya Pada DiKau tempat mengadu...........ALLAHU RABBI..............

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Jahit tangan tapuk yang BEST!

Terberkenan pulak ummi style omputih ni jahit tapuk guna jahit tangan utk finishing yg kalau ada jahitan yang perlu diterbalikkan tu, baki jahitan tu memang akan nampak sangat kemas, mcam dalam gambar ni, x perasan kan?


PERCUMA Panduan Jahitan Berkaitan bayi yang BEST!!

1. CARA MEMBUAT BABY WRAP

 


2. CARA BUAT SELIMUT BABY DAN TOPI BAYI



3. CARA BUAT ISIAN (INSERT) LAMPIN KAIN MODEN YG COMEL



5. BABY'S FABRIC FLOWER


 

Macam-macam panduan dan tip menjahit

Ku suka membuka mindaku menjelajah ke website panduan menjahit ni TERSANGAT BESTNYA!!!!

http://pinterest.com/cbschroer/sewing-and-bow-making/http://pinterest.com/cbschroer/sewing-and-bow-making/

Boleh check di Link atas ya jika berminat tentang panduan menjahit :)

Cara Buat Reben Dari Kain

Cara buat reben dari kain antara projek jahitan yang bakal ku buat insyaAllah

lebih lanjut sila klik sini

My first skirt making for my daughter

Just put the picture here ya, next time i'll update it (soon) hehehe


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Tutorial Maxi Skirt yang cantik part 1

Ummi sedang meninjau-ninjau projek jahitan yang mudah cuti nanti hehehe bestnya...

tutorial sepenuhnya boleh lah check sini ya http://www.sew-much-ado.com/2011/02/maxi-skirt-tutorial.htmlhttp://www.sew-much-ado.com/2011/02/maxi-skirt-tutorial.html

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

TEKNIK MEMBUAT NOTA RINGKAS



BERIKUT disenaraikan teknik  pembelajaran yang boleh diamalkan. Ia boleh diubahsuai mengikut kesesuaian pelajar masing-masing :


1. Pilih satu tajuk dan baca nota.
2. Faham kandungan secara umum untuk menentukan fakta atau pokok persoalan .
3. Baca dan garis fakta.
4. Baca dan cuba fahamkan kaitan antara fakta yang digariskan dengan nota asal .
5. Keluarkan fakta dan salin pada kertas lain.
6. Faham fakta dan kaitannya dengan keseluruhan fakta daripada tajuk itu .
7. Susun fakta ( jika perlu ).
8. Cuba tulis semula fakta-fakta tanpa melihat fakta-fakta yang telah ditulis dahulu .
9. Bandingkan apa yang kamu tulis.
10. Ulang hingga kamu puas hati.
11. Ulang membaca fakta , jika ada masa.
12. Simpan dengan baik untuk tujuan ulang kaji.
13. Mulakan tajuk baru dan lakukan proses no. 1 hingga no. 12 , sehingga habis kesemua tajuk dalam sukatan pelajaran.


Kunci kejayaaan dalam menghasilkan catatan yang baik ialah perbendaharaan kata. Ia akan menolong kamu memahami apa yang dibaca dan menulis semula dalam bentuk ayat yang pendek, lengkap dan bernas.


Cara-caranya ialah :


* Gunakan perkataan sendiri bukan menyalin ayat-ayat yang dipetik daripada karangan asal.
* Isinya mesti disusun dengan teratur dan mengadungi perkara-perkara yang penting sahaja.
* Buat garisan dan tanda-tanda di bahagian yang penting bagi menarik tumpuan apabila membaca.
* Gunakan simbol-simbol yang kamu dapat faham.
* Tinggalkan satu ruangan kosong di tepi sebelah kiri untuk dicatat sebarang tambahan atau isi penting.


Saturday, September 8, 2012

Adusss sdh gebuss bebenor...




Heee saja bagi tajuk gitu, ehm maybe sdh datang keperluan untuk memulakan diet ummi agaknya. Bukan keperluan untuk kecantikan sebenarnya tapi KEPERLUAN UNTUK SIHAT.
JADI memang kena mencari tools yang sesuai untuk kira kalori dulu hehehe, apa-apa pun sebelum bermula kena lah pandai kira berapa kalori dalam setiap makanan kan, pendek cerita haaa ni tools yang diperlukan untuk kira kalori secara mudah ya http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm

tapi bagi ummi yg breastfeed anak ni kena tau juga berapa jumlah kalori yang sesuai bagi ibu yang menyusukan
so link di bawah ni adalah berkaitan ibu yang menyusukan anaknya dan sekaligus berdiet:-
(perhatian bagi ibu-ibu - menyusukan anak sebenarnya boleh juga membakar kalori, tetapi kalau macam ummi ni makan melebihi kalori yang diperlukan..itu sebablah perlu diet! kekeke)

How can I lose weight safely while breastfeeding? 
 


Sunday, September 2, 2012

Living room yang sungguh cantik

agaknya musim ada mesin jahit ni musim mau mendeko sajja ekekeke, jom cuci mata dengan gambar hiasan dalaman ala english ni ;)









Saturday, September 1, 2012

Breastfeeding Myths

Breastfeeding your child effectively
Part 13: Breastfeeding Myths
 More of this Feature
• Introduction
• Starting Out Right
• Colic
• Sore Nipples
• Is my Baby getting enough milk?
• Using a lactation aid
• Gentian Violet
• Breastfeeding Jaundice
• Finger Feeding
• Drugs and Breastfeeding
• Illness in mother or baby
• Other foods
• more Breastfeeding Myths
• more Breastfeeding Myths II
• more Breastfeeding Myths III
• Breast Compression
• Starting Solids
• Working Mothers
• Unsupportive of Breastfeeding
• Domperidone
• Fluconazole
• Breastfeeding Toddlers
• Blocked Ducts/Mastitis
• Adopted Baby
• Breastfeeding Problems
• more Breastfeeding Problems
 Join the Discussion
"Did you breastfeed your infant? Post tips to help other mom's effectively breastfeed their children."
Pediatrics Guide

 Related Resources
• Childhood Nutrition

 Elsewhere on the Web
• Breastfeeding.com
• Breastfeeding Center
• Promotion of Mother's Milk
• Find a Lactation Consultant

Some Breastfeeding Myths

1.  Many women do not produce enough milk.
Not true! The vast majority of women produce more than enough milk. Indeed, an overabundance of milk is common. Most babies that gain too slowly, or lose weight, do so not because the mother does not have enough milk, but because the baby does not get the milk that the mother has. The usual reason that the baby does not get the milk that is available is that he is poorly latched onto the breast. This is why it is so important that the mother be shown, on the first day, how to latch a baby on properly, by someone who knows what they are doing.
2.  It is normal for breastfeeding to hurt.
Not true! Though some tenderness during the first few days is relatively common, this should be a temporary situation which lasts only a few days and should never be so bad that the mother dreads nursing. Any pain that is more than mild is abnormal and is almost always due to the baby latching on poorly. Any nipple pain that is not getting better by day 3 or 4 or lasts beyond 5 or 6 days should not be ignored. A new onset of pain when things have been going well for a while may be due to a yeast infection of the nipples. Limiting feeding time does not prevent soreness. (See topic #4 Sore Nipples).
3.  There is no (not enough) milk during the first 3 or 4 days after birth.
Not true! It often seems like that because the baby is not latched on properly and therefore is unable to get the milk. Once the mother's milk is abundant, a baby can latch on poorly and still may get plenty of milk. However, during the first few days, the baby who is latched on poorly cannot get milk. This accounts for "but he's been on the breast for 2 hours and is still hungry when I take him off". By not latching on well, the baby is unable to get the mother's first milk, called colostrum. Anyone who suggests you pump your milk to know how much colostrum there is, does not understand breastfeeding, and should be politely ignored.
4.  A baby should be on the breast 20 (10, 15, 7.6) minutes on each side.
Not true! However, a distinction needs to be made between "being on the breast" and "breastfeeding". If a baby is actually drinking for most of 15-20 minutes on the first side, he may not want to take the second side at all. If he drinks only a minute on the first side, and then nibbles or sleeps, and does the same on the other, no amount of time will be enough. The baby will breastfeed better and longer if he is latched on properly. He can also be helped to breastfeed longer if the mother compresses the breast to keep the flow of milk going, once he no longer swallows on his own (Handout #17 Breast Compression). Thus it is obvious that the rule of thumb that "the baby gets 90% of the milk in the breast in the first 10 minutes" is equally hopelessly wrong.
5.  A breastfeeding baby needs extra water in hot weather.
Not true! Breastmilk contains all the water a baby needs.
6.  Breastfeeding babies need extra vitamin D.
Not true! Except in extraordinary circumstances (for example, if the mother herself was vitamin D deficient during the pregnancy). The baby stores vitamin D during the pregnancy, and a little outside exposure, on a regular basis, gives the baby all the vitamin D he needs.
[Note from your Pediatrics Guide: The AAP now recommends that all exclusively breastfeeding infants be given 200 IU of Vitamin D beginning in the first 2 months of life. Since it is now often recommended that kids not be exposed to much sun (especially in the first 6 months of life), the frequent use of sunscreen decreases the synthesis of Vitamin D in the skin, and rickets is a serious and easily preventable disorder, the recommendation to supplement with Vitamin D was made.]
7.  A mother should wash her nipples each time before feeding the baby.
Not true! Formula feeding requires careful attention to cleanliness because formula not only does not protect the baby against infection, but also is actually a good breeding ground for bacteria and can also be easily contaminated. On the other hand, breastmilk protects the baby against infection. Washing nipples before each feeding makes breastfeeding unnecessarily complicated and washes away protective oils from the nipple.
8.  Pumping is a good way of knowing how much milk the mother has.
Not true! How much milk can be pumped depends on many factors, including the mother's stress level. The baby who nurses well can get much more milk than his mother can pump. Pumping only tells you have much you can pump.
9.  Breastmilk does not contain enough iron for the baby's needs.
Not true! Breastmilk contains just enough iron for the baby's needs. If the baby is full term he will get enough iron from breastmilk to last him at least the first 6 months. Formulas contain too much iron, but this quantity may be necessary to ensure the baby absorbs enough to prevent iron deficiency. The iron in formula is poorly absorbed, and most of it, the baby poops out. Generally, there is no need to add other foods to breastmilk before about 6 months of age.
10.  It is easier to bottle feed than to breastfeed.
Not true! Or, this should not be true. However, breastfeeding is made difficult because women often do not receive the help they should to get started properly. A poor start can indeed make breastfeeding difficult. But a poor start can also be overcome. Breastfeeding is often more difficult at first, due to a poor start, but usually becomes easier later.
11.  Breastfeeding ties the mother down.
Not true! But it depends how you look at it. A baby can be nursed anywhere, anytime, and thus breastfeeding is liberating for the mother. No need to drag around bottles or formula. No need to worry about where to warm up the milk. No need to worry about sterility. No need to worry about how your baby is, because he is with you.
12.  There is no way to know how much breastmilk the baby is getting.
Not true! There is no easy way to measure how much the baby is getting, but this does not mean that you cannot know if the baby is getting enough. The best way to know is that the baby actually drinks at the breast for several minutes at each feeding (open--pause--close type of suck). Other ways also help show that the baby is getting plenty (Handout #4 Is my Baby getting enough milk?).
13.  Modern formulas are almost the same as breastmilk.
Not true! The same claim was made in 1900 and before. Modern formulas are only superficially similar to breastmilk. Every correction of a deficiency in formulas is advertised as an advance. Fundamentally formulas are inexact copies based on outdated and incomplete knowledge of what breastmilk is. Formulas contain no antibodies, no living cells, no enzymes, no hormones. They contain much more aluminum, manganese, cadmium and iron than breastmilk. They contain significantly more protein than breastmilk. The proteins and fats are fundamentally different from those in breastmilk. Formulas do not vary from the beginning of the feed to the end of the feed, or from day 1 to day 7 to day 30, or from woman to woman, or from baby to baby. Your breastmilk is made as required to suit your baby. Formulas are made to suit every baby, and thus no baby. Formulas succeed only at making babies grow well, usually, but there is more to breastfeeding than getting the baby to grow quickly.
14.  If the mother has an infection she should stop breastfeeding.
Not true! With very, very few exceptions, the mother’s continuing to breastfeed will protect the baby. By the time the mother has fever (or cough, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, etc) she has already given the baby the infection, since she has been infectious for several days before she even knew she was sick. The baby's best protection against getting the infection is for the mother to continue breastfeeding. If the baby does get sick, he will be less sick if the mother continues breastfeeding. Besides, maybe it was the baby who gave the infection to the mother, but the baby did not show signs of illness because he was breastfeeding. Also, breast infections, including breast abscess, though painful, are not reasons to stop breastfeeding. Indeed, the infection is likely to settle more quickly if the mother continues breastfeeding on the affected side.
15.  If the baby has diarrhea or vomiting, the mother should stop breastfeeding.
Not true! The best medicine for a baby's gut infection is breastfeeding. Stop other foods for a short time, but continue breastfeeding. Breastmilk is the only fluid your baby requires when he has diarrhea and/or vomiting, except under exceptional circumstances. The push to use "oral rehydrating solutions" is mainly a push by the formula manufacturers (who also make oral rehydrating solutions) to make even more money. The baby is comforted by the breastfeeding, and the mother is comforted by the baby's breastfeeding.
16.  If the mother is taking medicine she should not breastfeed.
Not true! There are very very few medicines that a mother cannot take safely while breastfeeding. A very small amount of most medicines appears in the milk, but usually in such small quantities that there is no concern. If a medicine is truly of concern, there are usually equally effective, alternative medicines that are safe. The loss of benefit of breastfeeding for both the mother and the baby must be taken into account when weighing if breastfeeding should be continued.
Revised January 2000
Written by Jack Newman, MD, FRCPC
Used with permission.

source from this website:  http://pediatrics.about.com/library/breastfeeding/blbreastfeedingm.htm
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