Tuesday, February 17, 2009

:: PUTRAJAYA ::

Smalam gi JPA PUTRAJAYA teman adik interview..sementara tunggu dia interview gi la breakfast ngan my best fren :: EKIN a.k.a IBU SARAH :: makan² pas2 hubby ekin join lepak skali..thanks ek korang layan aku..hehe..pastu POOH cik sarah pon at last sampai jugak kat sarah...tapi kitorang tak sempat bergambo n aku lak tak sempat nak jumpa ngan sarah sbb dia titun ibu nyer kata...huhhu..takpe sarah lenkali mama dtg sarah jgn tido tau sayang....punya la lama nunggu kat parking JPA tu..sampai leh tdo kat lam kete tunggu adik interview...pastu dia belanja makan kat TAMAN WARISAN..ok gak la makan nasik ayam kampung dia...
Lagi satu pagi tadi dapat kol dr PUTRAJAYA lagi...aku nyer permohonan nak tukar dah lulus...19.3.2009 kena lapor diri kat kpm,erm..ntah ler serba salah lak rasanyer..sbb dah syok kat cni...takut kang ntah kemana² dihantar nye plak kang..tapi kol cik zaimah jpa dia kata kita leh choose..alhamdulillah..leh la choose yg dekat ngan umah..leh jenguk fariqqin,lunch kat umah..hehehe...

**ralat sgt sbb terlupa nak bergambo ngan ekin...

Sunday, February 15, 2009

:: Fariqqin ::


:: A Famosa Safari World Melaka ::


:: WildLife Park Langkawi ::


:: Makan Kfc ::


:: Buat Memek Muka ::
erm...takde apa yg nak diupdatekan...hehe ni aku update pic² yang tak sempat nak ku update...layannn

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

What You Need to Know About BPA

Based on emerging scientific study, there has been a growing scrutiny and concern about products containing Bisphenol-A (BPA) and the health threat it poses for our children. BPA is a chemical used mostly in polycarbonate plastics (PC), which are used in: baby bottles, sippy cups, sports bottles, canned food/ formula lining, and jar food lids among other things. Many researchers and scientists believe it causes a wide range of health problems, including breast and prostate cancer, infertility, diabetes and brain damage.

While the FDA contends that polycarbonate plastics are not dangerous, major retailers such as Walmart and Toys R Us are phasing out all baby bottles and other feeding products that contain BPAs. Bottle manufacturers are also taking note of parent's concern. Earlier this year, Playtex distributed one million free samples of Playtex Drop-Ins Original Nurser Systems, which are free of BPAs. It also announced that the balance of the product line will be converted to BPA-free material by year end. Dr. Browns will replace up to three bottles per household with their new polypropylene (a BPA-free plastic) bottles. Even Avent, who appears to be the last hold-out, has now released a bottle that is similar to Playtex Nurser Drop-In System. While the outer shell of the bottle is still polycarbonate, the liner is polyethylene, which is a safe plastic, and keeps the liquid from touching any part of the bottle.

So how do you know if you're bottle or other feeding products have BPAs in them? What's more, how do you eliminate BPA's from other products in your home?

Check the number: Look at the recycling symbol on the bottom of your bottle or sippy cup. Polycarbonate plastic is usually marked with a 7. It might sometimes have a PC next to it indicating polycarbonate. But, not all #7's have BPAs and it's almost impossible to know which ones do and don't. Unfortunately many items don't have a recycling symbol on them which means you'll have to call the manufacturer directly and ask them, search their website or check a website such as Z Recommends http://zrecs.blogspot.com which reviews toys and infant products. In their Third Edition on BPA in Infant Care Products they have provided an exhaustive list of each manufacturer and the products that are BPA free. You can even send them a text message to find out information on a particular product.

Check the can: Most cans are lined with plastic that contains BPAs. That means that infant formula is at a high risk. When selecting a formula choose one that is in powdered form rather than liquid as liquid baby formula has some of the highest BPA levels of products tested.
The FDA contends that BPA is safe yet, as a mom, the nagging question remains; "Am I harming my child?" We all want what is best for our family and, if there are options available free of a particular chemical, most moms are saying "rather be safe than sorry."

Monday, February 9, 2009

:: Dah Bleh Update ::

Salam sumer...

Akhirnya open gak port tok aku upload kat blog ni...erm..agak seronok gak la...takyah la aku nak arap sgt kt brodband...hehe..kalo terbaca blog aku ni..pomot la rim kete tu kat hubby memasing yer bg yg pompuan² & bg yang laki gak kalo berminat kol untuk keterangan lanjut.....& untuk melawa lak..ibu² sekalian tunggu yer...i tgh kompol barang/aksesori untuk dijual....maybe end of this month baru upload...so rerajin la klik kat blog ni.....

Lagi satu my best fren tuty baru je update her new blog fo her online biz
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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

hurm..

camekom...
ni haku nak naik angin ni..aku guna la pc sorang mamat ingge kat opis ni..dia leh la masuk benda² yg kitorang sume takleh masuk...ampeh betul..ini tidak adil....!!!nanti aku roger kat officer aku asal dia ni leh bukak kitorang yang lain takleh bukak