Monday, August 31, 2009

:: Tensen ::

takatau la nak tulis apa..juz nak luahkan..aku tensen dengan seseorg...asik pk dia terror je...buat rules sdiri..asik nak suh kita ikut peraturan..tapi dia takde lak ikut peraturan yg ditetapkan itu...erm..ntah la..aku harap sgt dia cepat² pencen...bosan nak ngadap muka dia...mintak² jauhkan la anak yg aku kandung ni cam dia..sbb buat masa ni mmg aku terlalu bencikan insan itu....

Thursday, August 20, 2009

:: Jom layan lagu nih ::

Rossa – Ayat-Ayat Cinta

desir pasir di padang tandus
segersang pemikiran hati
terkisah ku di antara cinta yang rumit

bila keyakinanku datang
kasih bukan sekadar cinta
pengorbanan cinta yang agung
ku pertaruhkan

reff:
maafkan bila ku tak sempurna
cinta ini tak mungkin ku cegah
ayat-ayat cinta bercerita
cintaku padamu
bila bahagia mulai menyentuh
seakan ku bisa hidup lebih lama
namun harus ku tinggalkan cinta
ketika ku bersujud

bila keyakinanku datang
kasih bukan sekedar cinta
pengorbanan cinta yang agung
ku pertaruhkan

repeat reff

ketika ku bersujud

:: 9 weeks ::

How your baby's growing:Your new resident is nearly an inch long — about the size of a grape — and weighs just a fraction of an ounce. She's starting to look more and more human. Her essential body parts are accounted for, though they'll go through plenty of fine-tuning in the coming months. Other changes abound: Your baby's heart finishes dividing into four chambers, and the valves start to form — as do her tiny teeth. The embryonic "tail" is completely gone. Your baby's organs, muscles, and nerves are kicking into gear. The external sex organs are there but won't be distinguishable as male or female for another few weeks. Her eyes are fully formed, but her eyelids are fused shut and won't open until 27 weeks. She has tiny earlobes, and her mouth, nose, and nostrils are more distinct. The placenta is developed enough now to take over most of the critical job of producing hormones. Now that your baby's basic physiology is in place, she's poised for rapid weight gain.

::Harapan Ramadhan ::

"Ku mengharapkan Ramadhan
Kali ini penuh makna
Agar dapat kulalui
Dengan sempurna
Selangkah demi selangkah
Setahun sudah pun berlalu
Masa yang pantas berlalu
Hingga tak terasa ku berada
Di bulan Ramadhan semula
Puasa satu amalan
Sebagaimana yang diperintahNya
Moga dapat ku lenturkan
Nafsu yang selalu membelenggu diri
Tiada henti-henti
Tak ingin ku biarkan
Ramadhan berlalu saja
Tuhan pimpinlah daku yang lemah
Mengharungi segalanya dengan sabar
Kita memohon pada
Tuhan diberikan kekuatan
Ku merayu pada Tuhan diterima amalan
Selangkah demi selangkah...
Dengan rahmatMu oh Tuhanku...
Ku tempuh jua"

--> untuk keluarga,kawan² ngan semua umat islam saya ingin memohon maaf jika ada mebuat salah atau terkasar bahasa dengan sesiapa pon...moga² puasa kita pada tahun ini lebih diberkati...Esok dah Ramadhan Selamat Berpuasa Kepada Semua... <--

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

:: 8 weeks::

Your pregnancy: 8 weeks How your baby's growing:New this week: Webbed fingers and toes are poking out from your baby's hands and feet, his eyelids practically cover his eyes, breathing tubes extend from his throat to the branches of his developing lungs, and his "tail" is just about gone. In his brain, nerve cells are branching out to connect with one another, forming primitive neural pathways. You may be daydreaming about your baby as one sex or the other, but the external genitals still haven't developed enough to reveal whether you're having a boy or a girl. Either way, your baby — about the size of a kidney bean — is constantly moving and shifting, though you still can't feel it.See what's going on in your uterus this week. (Or see what fraternal twins look like in the womb this week.)Note: Every baby develops a little differently — even in the womb. Our information is designed to give you a general idea of your baby's development.
How your life's changing:You may notice that your bra is getting more snug. Soon you'll likely need a larger size with better support. Rising levels of hormones cause breast growth and other tissue changes, all in preparation for lactation. Your breasts may continue to grow throughout pregnancy. Don't be surprised if you go up a cup size or two, especially if it's your first baby. Keep this in mind, and allow for room to grow when investing in a new bra.Feeling fatigued? Hormonal changes — in particular, a dramatic rise in progesterone — may be contributing to your sluggishness. Nausea and vomiting can certainly cost you energy, too. And you may be having trouble getting a good night's sleep at this point, especially if you're uncomfortable or find you need to get up to pee.
Walking to beat fatigue "Taking a short 15- to 20-minute walk helped me cope with the overwhelming fatigue that hit me in the first trimester. It was the only way I made it through a day at work without a nap!" —Gabriela
Decision Guide: Which prenatal tests are for you?Your healthcare provider will offer you a range of genetic screening and diagnostic tests during your pregnancy. Some are simple blood tests, while others involve more invasive procedures — and all are optional. Before you agree to any test, ask your caregiver to explain what it is, how it's done, whether the test itself is risky in any way, and what the results will tell you. Many prenatal tests are for screening rather than diagnostic purposes. Screening tests give you a sense of your risk for certain conditions. But only a diagnostic test can tell you for sure whether your baby has a problem. Here are your options during the first trimester:First-trimester combined screening test: This relatively new screening test combines a nuchal fold scan (using ultrasound to measure the clear space in the tissue at the back of your developing baby's neck) with a blood test to measure two proteins. The scan is performed between 11 weeks of pregnancy through the end of 13 weeks, and the blood test may be done at the same time or possibly a few weeks earlier. First-trimester combined screening gives you information about your baby's odds of having Down syndrome and may tell you whether your baby's at higher risk for a few other problems as well. Although it's not diagnostic, the screening is essentially risk-free and may help you decide whether you want invasive diagnostic testing such as chorionic villus sampling (CVS) or amniocentesis, which slightly increase the risk of miscarriage.Chorionic villus sampling (CVS): This diagnostic test involves collecting cells from the placenta, which are then sent to a lab for genetic analysis. CVS can identify whether your baby has any of hundreds of chromosomal abnormalities and other genetic disorders. It's done in the first trimester, usually between 11 and 12 weeks, making it an earlier alternative to another diagnostic genetic test called amniocentesis, which is done between 16 and 20 weeks.

:: Fariqqin is growing up ::

Your 27- to 28-month-oldYour 2-year-old never seems to slow down, between climbing on the playground, making friends (even if they don't act much like friends), begging you to read just one more book, and picking up English at a rate that may make you wonder if this would be a good time to introduce a second language.Playing in tandemYou set up the playdate, set the kids loose — and they head off for different toys, completely ignoring one another. Is the playdate a bust? Not at all. Kids this age typically engage in what's called parallel play. It might look strange, but it's completely normal and developmentally useful....read moreReady for French?Since your child is picking up English so rapidly, you might wonder if now's also the time to expose him to other languages. There's evidence that children learn languages more easily in the early years because their brains are so feverishly making new neural connections. They can literally hear all the unique sounds of a foreign tongue better than a teenager or an adult....read moreGo, kid, go!Sometimes it can seem like your child has the concentration and persistence of a scientist. In fact, she's developmentally driven to do certain things over and over again. Repetitive actions perfect her motor skills. That's part of the reason she can't help climbing something that you've asked her repeatedly not to. She's almost compelled to try, try again....read moreRead it again!Five Little Monkeys Sitting in a Tree again?! Oh yes. Reading the same book over and over provides a measure of comfort to preschoolers, who see the familiar characters and plot as an oasis in a world full of unknowns. But there are cognitive and language benefits to re-reading, too. Re-reading helps your 2-year-old connect the words he hears with the pictures he sees....read moreThe buddy benefitWhether your child is a social butterfly or a wallflower, she'll begin to show an increasing interest in other children. While their play may often look like a lot of ignoring one another or bickering to you, these first friendships are very real to your child. They also help preschoolers practice social skills and add variety to their play....read moreNormal or gifted?Preschoolers seem to learn so much, so fast. Can you know at this age if your child is gifted? Learning specialists say that sometimes it's clear from infancy that a child learns more quickly than others his age....read morePlaying for keepsYour child is more in control of her movements. Now she can play with small objects easily and stack (not just knock over) towers of blocks. She can also concentrate for slightly longer periods of time, as much as 20 minutes if she's deeply engaged. Sometimes she'll become so absorbed in playing that she'll resent your interruption....read moreYour little grammarianA preschooler learns many new words and their meanings every single day. The reason is that by 24 months, her brain is literally processing new sounds faster than ever before. Putting them together in perfectly grammatical ways is another story, however. Learning the complexities of the English language takes time (just look at how many adults still have trouble)....read more

Baru nak update.....

erm...seteleh sekian lama aku takde mood nak update blog ni..taktau la naper..malas betul..bukan nak update blog je..tapi nak buat apa pon malas...nak makan pon malas...hehehe...bnyk citer nak di story kan kat sini sebenarnye....memula sekali nak share kan berita gumbira nih...fariqqin akan dapat adik next year...alhamdulillah....pastu aku mabuk kaw kaw la kali nih...adoi pening gak kalo mcm ni lelama....nak msk takleh,mkn terlebih takleh,sume pon tak boleh la..sian kat fariqqin ngan abah dia..kurang layanan dari mama ni..sori yer...doakanla mabok2 ni cepat berlalu.....erm...taktau la nak tulis apa lagi..skang ni tgh ujan lebatnih kat sini..tido syok ni kan...so i think i'm gonna lay down for a while...nnti ada mood sambung balik...daaa....