Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Beautiful Blogger Award



Syarat-syarat seperti di bawah:


1. Thank & link the person that gave you the award.



2. Pass this award onto 15 bloggers you’ve recently discovered and think are fantastic.

anybody can do it!



8award8

Top Blogger 2010



1. thank and link the person that give you the award.


thanks bed & zura

2. Pass this award onto top 20 bloggers you've recently discovered and think are fantastic

alamak.. nak kena bagi sampai 20.. bapak ramai... to those yang mau buat, silakan...



*sayainsanbiasa*

Mommies Blogger Award


1. bagi ucapan terima kasih kepada siapa yang bagi award ni dan postkan award ni dalam blog masing- masing


i think im hot mummy - mekasih bed~~~

2. listkan tarikh lahir anak yang 1st dan seterusnya, letak sekali nama anak yang ke-2, 3, 4... dan seterusnya
(kalau ada lagi, sila berbuat demikian ya..!!)
 
~ 260804 - Muhammad Uwais Al-Qarni bin Muhamad Ismail
~ 130108 - Nur Qashrina Ameenah binti Muhamad Ismail
 
 
3. Sesiapa yang pregnant, boleh letak gambar pregnant ye..


cukup 2

4. Sila serahkan award kepada sesiapa yang anda rasakan hot mama

hot mama tak kira la dia kawan ibu or my silent reader


*hot mama*

Thursday, March 25, 2010

tag bed (walau dia tak list nama aku, aku nak buat jugak!!)

SIAPAKAH ANDA DI RUMAH?

seorang isteri & ibu


SIAPAKAH DIRI ANDA DISAMPING RAKAN?

seorang yang biasa-biasa aje. kadang2 banyak cakap, kadangkala loud speaker


5 BENDA YANG ANDA IDAMKAN TAPI MASIH BELUM TERCAPAI?

dapat lihat Uwais berjalan sendiri tanpa bantuan ibu mahupun walker dia

bebas hutang


lebih banyak masa dgn daddy & kids

hiaskan rumah yang bakal ibu tinggal dengan daddy & anak-anak tahun depan (Kolej Taming Sari, UiTM Segamat!)

menunaikan Haji



SIAPAKAH NAMA PASANGAN ANDA?

Ismail Pahmi


CERITAKAN 5 PERKARA YANG PALING ANDA SUKA TENTANG PASANGAN ANDA?

sayangkan Uwais & Ameenah (ibu??? huhuhu)

rajin basuh kain (tapi dia malas lipat... aiyakkk)


pandai memasak

cool

future thinking



BILA TARIKH COUPLE

18-11-00



KENANGAN PAHIT ANDA BERSAMA RAKAN ANDA

none - yang pahit tak mahu dikenang


LAGU TEMA CINTA ANDA

dari zaman itm famous. AKU CINTA AKU RINDU (Nurul & Ajai)

sesuai sangat la tu, sekarang kami PJJ. kena dengan lirik lagu

"Aku cinta aku rindu

Walau berjauhan ku tahu hatimu"


APA PERUBAHAN YANG ANDA INGIN LIHAT PADA PASANGAN ANDA

none - ibu terima seadanya


TAG 10 RAKAN LAIN

malas nak tag orang. sape rasa dia nak buat buat ajerrr (bed tak tag aku, tapi aku buat jugak pasal tag ni pada aku interesting)





*akudahkemaruktag*

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Memori Daun Pisang - tag by BED

Tag dari BED. Saje nak refresh memori daun pisang.... ahakss!


1. first time jumpa with your hubby, bila and kat mana?


Fisrt time jumpa maybe kat padang kawad uitm shah alam kot. Time tu tahun 1998. Ala mamat ni... eksyen. Aku benci dia dulu... hahaha


2. love at first sight?

Aku, tak kot, dia pada aku, ia kot!


3. who is he when the first time you meet him?

Dia senior komander. Lain course

4. how long it takes for him to ask you out of a date?

ohh masa tu ada program kat UiTM Machang. Balik dari sana terus kuar date

5. first place dating?

Rasa-rasa dia bawak pergi Mines

6. how he proposed?

not so sure lah.. lama dah tu..

7. special date with your hubby?

~ 18-11-00 - declare couple
~ 31-08-01 - engagement
~ 25-01-03 - ijab & kabul
~ 26-08-04 - Uwais dilahirkan
~ 13-01-08 - Ameenah dilahirkan


8. changes that he asked you to do?

pakai tudung - semasa kami masih bertunang

9. what is about him that you love so much?

cara dia treat anak-anak..

10. what is about him that you wish he would like change?

tiada. ibu terima seadanya


11. you will lose your mine and crack your head when he?

curang padaku!!

12. you will smile through your eyes for the whole day when he?

.....


13. complete below sentences 'my love towards my hubby is as big as..'

im speechless~~

14. nak pass tag ni kepada siapa?

sesiapa aje yg nak buat




 

Saturday, March 20, 2010

kisah disebalik TUI

anak-anak di T.U.I

Jumaat lepas kami (ibu-uwais-ameenah & anjang) went to Segamat. Kerahan oleh Daddy. Selain nak kena settle kan baju Daddy yang bertimbun (dah basuh, tak berlipat, tak bergantung). Lap-lap tingkap, kemas yard, mop lantai yang berabuk sakan tu kita serahkan pada yang pakar (cleaner). Sediakan fulus saje (terus tiba-tiba bajet nak beli carpet xde pasal sah bayar cleaner sighhhh)

Malam bas delay. Oh mungkin sebab bermulanya cuti sekolah. Jalan jammed. Bas pukul 9.00malam, tiba kat Pudu pukul 10.30. Sampai Segamat pukul 2.00 in the morning.

Pagi. 2 beradik yang belum bangun, juga anjang yg dok terbongkang, ibu hantar daddy ke Dataran Segamat. Depan Jakel sajok (oh jakelll) Sarapan kt kedai mamak deret jakel (sumpah aku x pegi dah, x sedap!) tapau pulak untuk anak-anak. Lepas balik ke rumah. Dalam pukul 10.00, keluar balik. Hajat ke Giant nak beli barang untuk rumah. Jumpa makcik cleaner mintak tolong kemaskan rumah.

Dalam 10.30am sampai Giant bergebang kat sana, terus g makan kt belakang UpWell. Sepertia biasa order nasi goreng ladna. Sampai kat rumah around kul 1.00pm. Makcik-makcik cleaner dah tunggu. Diorang tolong kemas itu-ini begitu-begini. Tapi nak marah pun x guna, pasal makcik-maikcik tu dah balik baru aku tersedar diorang tak lap tingkap dapur & tingkap kat 2nd hall!!! Gerammmmm~~~

Dalam pukul 4.45pm, kami bertolak dari TS nak jemput daddy. Petang tak ke mana pun, pusing-pusing Segamat. Kami ke IOI, makan kat Juara Seafood. Ambik buffet consists of nasi, siakap 3 rasa, kailan ikan masin, tomyam seafood, puyuh goreng, sotong goreng tepung, fresh orange segelas & fruits. Total rm60. Murahkan??

Malam tak pegi mana. Daddy penat. Pagi esok dia nak ke TUI (kami jua!)


kakak


abang

Esok pagi-pagi alam dah ke padang ragbi UiTM Segamat. Join senam robik aje... Tengok diorang bersukaneka. Tengahari kami kuar ke bandar kejap. Lunch kat sana. Lepas lunch balik ke TS. Petang kami x ikut daddy ke padang. Ibu nak kemas barang balik ke PA.

Lepas bersiap-siap, dalam pukul 5.00pm, suruh la daddy jemput kami. Sudahnya yang datang student dia. Aku tak tau mula-mula sampai la sorang student TS datang ketuk pintu rumah cakap kereta dh tunggu kat bawah. Fine. Dah bawak bapak segala barang-barang, kami pun turun. Yang amik pompuan. Aku x kisah. Tapi yang aku kisahkan kat sini, dah la kau bawak keta laki aku. Ko nak sombong tak bertempat ngan aku plak. Apa ko ingat aku ni sape?? "IN A RELATIONSHIP" with sir dia ke?? Hallo, hormat la orang sikit. Cakap ngan aku idak.

Sampai tahap klimaks apa tau, dah sampai kat padang, panggil aku kakak pun idak terus dia tanya; "nak tunggu dalam kereta ke?" what a hell... aku terus jawab, takpe nanti akak keluar sendiri. Dan minah POcoYO tu terus berlalu dengan kunci kereta. (aku pasti). Aku ngan Nash pun pegi la lepak kat tepi padang. Masa kemuncak sukaneka, time tu dah ramai yang datang ke padang dan aku boleh nampak yg ramai dh parking near by kereta daddy, terus aku suh nash pegi amik wallet dia & suruh dia kunci kereta (takut valueable things dlm kereta hilang - my wallet, camera, kunci rumah, HP dsb).

Lepas sessi pemberian hadiah, daddy ke kereta dan perasan kunci tertinggal kat dalam OMG Terus la dia terkam aku tanya, sapa yang kunci kereta. Aku pun ckp la aku yang suruh. Then dia marah aku. sedihhhhhhh. Aku rasa aku tak bersalah. Sape yng letak kunci tu dalam kereta. Kenapa minah poyo tu tak bagi kunci tu kat aku. Meh sini aku bagi tau ko ek. Kalau ko dah kawin sok, bila barang laki ko tu barang ko jugak. Duit laki ko tu duit ko jugak. Tu yang ko kena ingat. Yang ko tak pass kunci tu kat aku apahal?? Ko ingat aku ni sape???

Lepas program muncul lagi satu program. Dari pukul 7.00 malam till 9.00 malam. Proses membukak pintu kerata daddy. Aku?? Tak kuasa nak amik tau. Pasal dah kecik hati kena marah. Sampai sekarang aku masih tertanya-tanya, sape yang letak kunci kat dalam (atas seat depan). Pasal masa aku turn tu confirm minah poyo tu amik kunci keta. Aku dihantar pulang oleh student daddy. Syukurlah kebetulan aku bawak kunci rumah yang aku simpan kat poket jeans. Kalau letak dalam bag jugak??? Harus stay je kat padang tu. Aku tak peduli dah. Yang penting kalau daddy rasa aku yang salah (pasal kunci keta) aku dah pun mintak maaf. Terpulang dia nak membela aku or student dia. Tapi aku pun malas nak membesar-besarkan citer. Lepas dia balik TS bawak keta, sampai ke sekarang, aku x tanya pasal kereta dia. Malas dan tak kuasa!!

Hajat hati aku nak balik esoknya Isnin naik bas pagi aje, tak payah la dia susah-susah nak antar aku balik PA. Tapi dia tak kasi. Suruh stay & dia hantar Isnin petang lepas kelas.

Itu jelah ceritanya. Geram, marah, sakit hati semua ada.

sementara daddy ada kelas, bawak anak-anak ke terapi.
M A K A N ! ! !


 
nota geram :- dah la nama bapak ko sama ngan bapak aku! sabo jelah~~



*luv*

Friday, March 19, 2010

Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy

Introduction to SDR
Of all the surgical procedures currently performed on patients with cerebral palsy, selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) has undergone more thorough scientific scrutiny than any other (including orthopaedic). Accumulated evidence and our own experience indicate that SDR is an excellent option for selected patients with spastic CP. We believe parents and patients should inquire about SDR as a part of the management of CP before the patient undergoes orthopedic surgery.


Outline of the SDR procedure

SDR involves sectioning (cutting) of some of the sensory nerve fibers that come from the muscles and enter the spinal cord.






Two groups of nerve roots leave the spinal cord and lie in the spinal canal. The ventral spinal roots send information to the muscle; the dorsal spinal roots transmit sensation from the muscle to the spinal cord.














At the time of the operation, the neurosurgeon divides each of the dorsal roots into 3-5 rootlets and stimulates each rootlet electrically. By examining electromyographic (EMG) responses from muscles in the lower extremities, the surgical team identifies the rootlets that cause spasticity. The abnormal rootlets are selectively cut, leaving the normal rootlets intact.This reduces messages from the muscle, resulting in a better balance of activities of nerve cells in the spinal cord, and thus reduces spasticity.







Details of our SDR procedure

Different surgical techniques are utilized to perform SDR. Neurosurgeons typically perform SDR after removing the lamina ( laminectomy ) from 5-7 vertebrae. That technique was also used at our Center to perform SDR on over 140 children with CP. However, we were concerned about possible problems that can arise from removal of such a large amount of bone from the spine. Additionally, because of the extensive removal of the bone, we could not offer SDR to children with weak trunk muscles or to adults.


In 1991, we developed a less invasive surgical technique, which requires removal of the lamina from only 1-2 vertebrae. We refined the technique further and currently remove the lamina from a single lumbar vertebra (Figure A&B).




SDR begins with a 1- to 2-inch incision along the center of the lower back just above the waist. The spinous processes and a portion of the lamina are removed to expose the spinal cord and spinal nerves. Ultrasound and an x-ray locate the tip of the spinal cord, where there is a natural separation between sensory and motor nerves. A rubber pad is placed to separate the motor from the sensory nerves. The sensory nerve roots that will be tested and cut are placed on top of the pad and the motor nerves beneath the pad, away from the operative field.










After the sensory nerves are exposed, each sensory nerve root is divided into 3-5 rootlets. Each rootlet is tested with EMG, which records electrical patterns in muscles. Rootlets are ranked from 1 (mild) to 4 (severe) for spasticity. The severely abnormal rootlets are cut. This technique is repeated for rootlets between spinal nerves L2 and S2. Half of the L1 dorsal root fibers are cut without EMG testing












When testing and cutting are complete, the dura mater is closed, and fentanyl is given to bathe the sensory nerves directly. The other layers of tissue, muscle, fascia, and subcutaneous tissue are sewn. The skin is closed with glue. There are no stitches to be removed from the back. Surgery takes approximately 4 hours. The patient goes to the recovery room for 1-2 hours before being transferred to the intensive care unit overnight.




Advantages of our technique over other techniques for SDR


  • Reduced risk of spinal deformities in later years

  • Decreased post-rhizotomy motor weakness

  • Reduced hip flexor spasticity by sectioning the first lumbar dorsal root

  • Shorter-term, less intense back pain

  • Earlier resumption of vigorous physical therapy


Possible complications

The dorsal rhizotomy is a long and complex neurosurgical procedure. As in other major neurosurgical procedures, it presents some risks. Paralysis of the legs and bladder, impotence, and sensory loss are the most serious complications. Wound infection and meningitis are also possible, but they are usually controlled with antibiotics. Leakage of the spinal fluid through the wound is another risk.

Abnormal sensitivity of the skin on the feet and legs is relatively common after SDR, but usually resolves within 6 weeks. There is no way to prevent the abnormal sensitivity in the feet. Transient change in bladder control may occur, but this also resolves within a few weeks. A few of our patients have experienced urinary tract infections and pneumonia.


Outcome of SDR

Spasticity: At present, SDR is the only surgical procedure that can provide permanent reduction of spasticity in CP. In our patients with spastic diplegia SDR always reduced spasticity, and recurrences have been rare. Return of spasticity in later years is highly unlikely after its reduction over many years.

In patients with spastic quadriplegia, however, SDR can fail to reduce spasticity. Recurrence of spasticity is relatively common in severely involved nonambulatory patients with spastic quadriplegia. In patients who can walk with an assistive device, the risk for recurrent spasticity is less than in nonambulatory patients, and even if it does recur, it is less severe than before the operation.

It is our opinion that patients with CP do not depend on spasticity for any activities. Their case is different from that of patients with spasticity associated with spinal cord injury, in whom the spasticity sometimes does help with standing and taking steps.

Strength: SDR does not cause permanent weakness (3). However, patients will experience transient motor weakness that may last a few weeks to months after SDR. It should be remembered that a varying degree of motor weakness is always present in CP. When spasticity is reduced or eliminated, the motor weakness underlying spasticity becomes more noticeable, but the impression that SDR produces motor weakness is incorrect.

Patients who walk independently always resume independent walking within a few weeks after SDR. Patients who walk with crutches will also resume crutch walking within several weeks after SDR. Patients who walk well with a walker prior to SDR resume assisted walking within several weeks. Patients who use a walker and assistance require much longer to resume the level of walking they were capable of before SDR.

After spasticity is reduced, it becomes easier for patients to increase strength with therapy and exercise. Adolescents and adults can start treadmill and other types of exercise that were impossible before SDR.


It is important to note that SDR does not result in floppy extremities, even immediately after the operation.


Motor Function: SDR results in improvements in sitting, standing, walking, and balance control in walking. In three randomized studies of changes in gross motor functions after SDR (6, 9, 10), two of the studies showed improvements and one did not find significant benefits from SDR. All three studies are, however, far short of conclusive. They assessed outcomes using measures of gross motor function, which do not allow assessment of changes in quality of motor functions or of children whose impairment is relatively mild. Also, the follow-up studies of these patients were too short to address the long-term benefits of SDR, the effects of reduced spasticity on deformities, and the need for orthopaedic surgery. In our view, the study by McLaughlin et al. (6), which failed to find any beneficial effect from SDR, is flawed by various limitations, so no conclusion can be drawn from it.

Typically, improvements in motor function are most noticeable during the first 6 months after SDR. After that, improvements are slow but steady. In children, these improvements can continue up to 10 years of age. In adults and adolescents, improvements continue for approximately 2 years after SDR.


Deformities: Patients with CP almost invariably have some deformities in the lower extremities. Common deformities are hip subluxation, hamstring and heel cord contractures, foot deformities, and in-toeing. These deformities can be improved by SDR.

Hip subluxation can progress if left untreated. In most patients, SDR can halt the progression (5, 8); certainly it does not exacerbate or increase the risk of hip subluxation. However, some children under 5 years of age who have poorly developed hip joints do show progression of hip subluxation regardless of treatment.

SDR reduces the severity of hamstring and heel cord contractures. It is common to see improvements in in-toeing gait and in other abnormal gait patterns after SDR. Also, the lack of spasticity makes it easy to stretch the tight muscles. When contractures have been present for years, however, the affected muscles and tendons are shortened. It takes many months to improve such contractures, and in older children and adults, it is often impossible to do so except through surgical release.

Early SDR, at 2-4 years of age, can prevent the development of deformities. For this reason, we favor early surgery. Also, SDR will reduce deformities and makes it easier to treat deformities later with orthopaedic surgery.


Orthopaedic Surgery: Many patients with spastic CP require multiple orthopaedic operations. Our study showed that early SDR may reduce the rate of subsequent orthopaedic procedures (1). It is important to remember that deformities are due not only to spasticity but also to motor impairment and consequent limited muscle stretching in daily activities. That is, muscles without spasticity can still develop contractures if they are not used and stretched fully. Therefore, many patients will still require follow-up with orthopaedic surgeons after SDR.

We favor SDR prior to orthopaedic surgery. Muscle and tendon release procedures increase a range of joint movements but weaken the muscles permanently. Since SDR can increase the range of joint movement without causing muscle weakness, we recommend SDR prior to muscle releases. Persistent muscle and tendon contractures after SDR are treated with vigorous stretching, night splints, and serial casting. If all the nonsurgical treatments fail to resolve the contractures, we recommend orthopaedic surgery as a last resort.


Upper Extremity Functions: SDR is performed to improve the lower extremity functions, but it can also improve the gross range of motion of the upper extremities. It does not improve fine motor skills. The upper extremity improvements are seen in children with relatively severe quadriplegic CP. If the upper extremity involvement is mild, SDR will not result in noticeable improvements.


Potty Training: Spastic CP can be associated with small bladder capacity and also with difficulties in sitting, which can delay potty training in young children. From time to time, we have seen children complete potty training soon after SDR.


Cognitive Improvements: We have seen children who showed marked changes in cognitive functions after SDR, and in our earlier study we found significant increase in the speed of visual recognition (2).


Speech Improvement: SDR can be followed by significant improvements of speech. We attribute this to improved sitting posture, reduced distraction by spasticity, and improved cognitive functions. However, it is difficult to predict which patients will show speech improvements.


Emotional Improvements: Parents often note that their children become much less irritable and more loving after SDR. We attribute this to decreased mental distraction by tight muscles.





nota ibu :- sekarang dok study benda alah ni lah~~~


*mysonhascerebralpalsy*



Thursday, March 18, 2010

Joint CP appointment

Assalamualaikum. Setelah berkurun ibu x update blog. Agak berabuk dan bersawang dah ni. Seminggu dua ni a bit busy. Banyak kerja nak kena settle. Lepas seminggu baru berkesempatan untuk update cerita appointment Uwais last week.

As usual, ibu ambik cuti. Tapi coz nak jimatkan cuti, balik kerja hari Isnin, terus ke klinik. Kebetulan memang tengah sakit kepala. So pergi klinik & mintak MC. Syukur la dapat. So x payah risau-risau lagi nak tolak cuti. (Nak save cuti untuk raya, cny dsb)

Selasa 9/3/2010, ibu bertolak pagi, macam pegi ofis tu... Berdua sajok dengan Uwais. Tak kuasa nak bawak Ameenah yang lasaksss tu. Hantar dia rumah pengasuh.

Dalam pukul 8.20am, arrived. Parking pun sonang, terus register untuk fisio & OT. Fisio kul 9.00, joint CP 10.00 & OT 11.00. Terus pergi fisio. Teacher Azizah on leave pulak. So everything buat sendiri (ater.. nama pun dah biasa) Dalam pukul 9.45am terus ke Klinik Paedriatik. Kena amik no. lagi. Dalam pukul 10.30am, terus masuk bilik 4. Jumpa 3 doctors. Klinik rehab. They suggested to do SDR (yg ni ibu x sure, tapi based on cerita doctor, this will do to my Uwais) I got it from website. (Dengan doctor kita jangan tunjuk kita terlalu naif tentang bidang perubatan ni. Nanti mula la diorang tunjuk diorang je yg terror). Kemudahan internet ada. So, semua maklumat dihujung jari anda!!

Lepas jumpa doctor rehab, kena tunggu lagi untuk jumpa pakar kanak-kanak. Our favourite doctor!! Dr Wong a.k.a Dr Tentera. Tau kenapa dr. tentera? Pasal dia bekas tentera - tertera di matrix kad dia IC tentera!! Wah bukan main lagi Uwais ngan dia berjumpa. Ibu x sure Uwais tu patient favourite dia ke tidak. Tapi dia memang suka dengan Uwais. Pernah dia mintak untuk record cara Uwais berjalan. Semata-mata untuk sessi pembelajaran for his student. Pastu dia offer pulak nak bawak Uwais jumpa student dia. Tapi apakan daya, tak boleh nak pergi. Kelas dia hujung bulan. Kami pulak ada berjimba ke tuttttt... Ibu tak boleh nak cuti selalu Dr Wong oooiii...

Seronok Uwais bersembang, bermesra-mesraan ngan Dr. W, tepuk sana, tampar sini. Jentik sana, jentik sini. Yelah Pakar Kanak-kanak katakan. Mesti tau treat budak-budak kan! Sampai satu tahap Dr. W bergurau senda nak amik adik dia. Boleh tahan lagi dia. Dr. W dok kacau-kacau, terus dia huwaaaaaa... Menangis! Kalau bab adik, jangan main-main. Sensitif sikit dia tu. Sudahnya, sampai ke balik takmo kawan ngan Dr. Adusssss... Masa nak kuar bilik pun sempat jelir lidah denga Dr. Salam pun tak mau! Uwais Uwais...

Ibu berkesempatan mintak surat sokongan untuk daftar sekolah Uwais standard 1. Dr. W pun isi. Hajat nak mintak 2 form, segan plak. Bagitau Dr. W kami will move to Segamat hujung tahun, so nak sekolah kat sana saje. Syukur alhamdulillah Uwais Dr W cakap masuk sekolah biasa saje. No need to go to special school. Itu le sebab ibu nak jadi fulltime housewife. Pegi sekolah, hantar sekolah, tunggu & jemput balik. Teringat sorang junior sekolah MBS (my primary school) dulu. Dia x boleh jalan. Ayah dia hari-hari hantar & jemput dia kat sekolah. Ibu x sure dia sakit apa. Yelah masa kecik mana kita peduli kan.

Dr. Wong sempat tanya nak pindah appointment ke Segamat ke? Wahai doctor feveretku! Sana fisio nan ado. Ada pun untuk adults saje. Then he said. Yelor... Setakat Segamat HUKM, baru 3 jam. Bertolak pukul 6.00am, ok aper~~

Sudahnya, terlepas nak pergi OT. Just amik next appointment, balik singgah ke Tesco Shah Alam kejap, then dalam pukul 3.30pm safely arrived Puncak Alam.

Secara terang-terangan kat sini ibu nak cakap, I will resign. Tak bother my bosses, my colleagues baca. Lantak. Just prepare. I am ready mental & fizikal. Financial?? Huhu... hope Allah permudahkan segala urusan kami.



sukacita pasal Uwais akan ke sekolah biasa!
Tapi kena jugak tengok nanti PPD Segamat nak tempatkan kat mana!



*iluvmyfamilyverymuch*

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

busy

lately ibu busy skit lah.

kalau nak ikut, banyak cerita nak story mori.

tunggu la kejap lagi ek.

cerita pasal appointment uwais 9.3.10

cerita pasal journey to segamat.

cerita opis, cerita itu cerita ini.

insyaAllah try to update soon.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

segamat again!! i liokeeee!!!

yeeehhaaa andre andre.

kami akan ke segamat.

esok malam!!

daddy suh datang.

selain tolong kemas rumah,

akan ke program famili day IMS.

hehehe....

so you guys,

see you there!!

nota segamat :- JAKEL.. oh JAKEL... mau mkn nasi goreng ladna kat blkg upwell. sudah addicted. oh ye. juga mkn soto kg. jawa. muahahaha.. abis hold dulu la biggest looser aku ni...

*iluvsegamat*

Friday, March 5, 2010

:: Kehebatan Cinta ::

Hatiku masih seperti dulu

Tidak pernah pun berubah cintanya

Adakah engkau masih sepertiku

Yang setia selamanya


Hatiku masih merinduimu

Biarpun kau jauh dariku

Selagi rindu mengusik kalbu

Cintaku masih padamu


Tahukah engkau betapa hebat cintaku

Tanpamu disisi aku keresahan


Tahukah engkau betapa hebat kasihku

Tanpa mu disisi aku kerinduan


Biarpun ombak merubah pantai

Kasihku tak akan hancur berderai


Biarpun hari berganti hari

Kau tetap ku nanti






 apsal lak dengar lagu ni rasa syahdu jer.. hehee.. feeling plak aku tgh2hari ni...
apa-apa pun.

kau tetap ku nanti!!
lama tu.. hujung bln baru ddy balik :(




Wednesday, March 3, 2010

burger kambing

malam isnin aritu. anjang cakap mau makan burger sajok. so dia pi la beli ngn cik meenah. tak semena-mena uwais cakap; "ibu, abang nak beger kambing, boleh??" boleh sayang.... tah apa mimpi ntah mintak beger kambing. selalu mintak beger daging (lembu) je..



makan tak pandang kiri kanan nampak!


adik layan burger daging




nota burger :- burger kambing fasa 3, mantopppp!!

*permata hatiku*

~dentist~

godek-godek hp, terjumpa picture uwais

time dia jumpa dentist aritu

follow up lepas operation aritu






*comel kan dia??*

Sudah Pandai Berdikari!!

Alkisah pagi tadi. Ibu bangun awal dalam 5.30. Turun bawah nak masakkan pulut hitam, nak buat bubur. Aterr.. arini ada johnys ofismade kat opis. Kebetulan memang kepingin bangat nak makan bubur pulut hitam. Bawah la ke opis arini.

Lepas siap segala, ibu pun dah mandi, kejutkan la abang nak gi sekolah. Dah dibukakkan Bilat SAFO dia. Tak pasal-pasal abang marah... Dia cakap; "ibu... pasang balik" OK fine. Abang nak tido lagi. So ibu pun cakap la, OK lepas 5 minit ibu kejut.

Tak lama lepas tu Uwais bangun sendiri. Abang cakap; "ibu tayah bukak kasut abang, abang pandai bukak sendiri...". Ibu pun ok la. Awak nak bukak sendiri, senang sikit keje ibu. (Bukan x mo bukakkan, ler him learn himself. Belajar berdikari. Nanti sampai besar nak harap ibu, macammana??? I luv u abang!! Abang kan GODDOIIII... (bak kata adikkk )

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last sekali yang tak boleh blah....
tengok la apa dia buat....
eeiii...
boyssss memang macam tu ekk??


dia cium socks dia...
adoyaiii anakku!!



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