Monday, November 30, 2009

si bdk nyonyot

emm,si faheem skang ni asyik nyonyot2 tgn dia
kkdg tu smpai lengan2 dia pon dia nk mkn
gatal gusi ke?nk tumbuh gigi?
eh,awal sgt kn
meniarap pon xpas lg

Saturday, November 21, 2009

faheem's vid

video

haa ni video clip faheem nye journey
for his first month
papa dia yg wtkan
tgkla aksi2 si kecik nih
hehe mase tu rambut masih ade lg
skang dh makin bsr bby kami nih
makin comeyl n aktif
hehe
slmt menonton!

Monday, November 16, 2009

facebook n our family

hehe kali ni nk citer sket psl facebook
yeah skang ni dh menular kpd almost sluruh family aku lak
dari yg plg muda umo 13 smpaila abg aku yg sulung umo 40
sume ade fb

adik bradik aku ade 5,aku no.4
in total skang,ade abg asan ,wife dia k ani the policewoman,and ank dia yg 1st.
abg asan ni yg sulung la,keje kartunis,he
kalo ade yg lum tau,dia ni yg lukis kartun jaki jipang dlm majalah gila-gila satu mase dlu
n byk gk kartun dia dlm mjlh lain cthnye mjlh 'APO?'
,nama pena dia dlm gila-gila ialah 'asan' ,kalo dlm 'APO?' dia guna 'joe labu'
so geng2 dia dlm fb,kbykkannya adlah di kalangan kartunis juga
kalo minat ngn mana2 kartunis,lehla add dorg dlm fb korg
hehe promote plak

then my sister k yah n husband dia .
dorg ni baru bjinak2 ngn internet dn currently sgtla msyuk ngn fb nih
adik ku yg ngaja dia start fb nih
sronot leh chat..smpai lupe masak kkdg.heh
then my sister in-law,k aniza masayu.
my brother,zainal xde fb.

then of course my little sister yg dh xlittle dh
br pas grad degree,22yrs old
dia ni amik kos yg same cm aku dlu
bio-industri at utm
hehe so sume lecturers bio ktorg knl same2
(n some of d lecturers pon ade fb gk,nk add aku!patutkah aku accept..masih dipikirkan,hehe.malu lak kang dorg knl kite lebih2)

hehe,cm best lak leh connect ngn dorg gune alternatif link
yela,duk jauh2,jrg2 dpt jumpe
so bile online,lehla chat skit2

ksimpulannya..fb mmg menceriakan hidup kami skluarga
skian,terima kasih

p/s:ayt ku mmg tunggang langgang kn.yup,aku mmg xpndai mengarang ayt best.sesiape sudi,tlg brikan tips utk memperbaiki cara aku menulis entry yg baik,hehe.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

bluetooth is back!

yess akhirnye lptop dh ok..leh send bluetooth
nih pics faheem ..latest punyer tau
em,faheem lum leh meniarap lg
just mengiring2 je skit2
kpala dia pon lum kuat sgt lg
xpe,lmbt sket tkpe kn
asalkn faheem sehat

dia ni ceria slalunye
except kekadang kalo trlalu ngntuk tp xleh tido
or lmbt dpt nenen ke
or kalo dh buhsan sgt2 bile kna tinggal main sorg2
hehe

Saturday, November 7, 2009

storage of ebm

Freezer or refrigerator? How quickly does human milk spoil?

Freezing destroys some of the immune properties in human milk, so it's best if your baby is given fresh milk--milk that has been expressed and then refrigerated. The chart in Storage Times for Human Milk tells you how long you can keep expressed milk at room temperature, in the refrigerator, or in the freezer. (Print this file and keep it on your refrigerator door!)

Label each container with the date, so that you can use the oldest milk first and avoid needless waste.

How much should I store in each container?

Store your milk in small amounts, about two ounces in each container, at least at first. (If you're pumping milk for a premature baby, you may want to store it in even smaller amounts.) Breastfed babies take smaller amounts of milk at each feeding than do formula-fed infants, and smaller amounts are also quicker to thaw. Milk left in a bottle after a feeding can be saved until the next feeding, but after that it should be discarded, and you don't want to waste expressed milk. Eventually, you may decide to put more milk in each bottle, based on your caregiver's report on how much your baby takes at each feeding.

You can add more milk to already-frozen milk, but cool the added milk in the refrigerator first. There should be less added milk than already-frozen milk.

Always leave about an inch of space at the top of the container to allow for expansion. Just like water for ice cubes, human milk expands when you freeze it. Hard containers will pop open as the milk expands. Bags will break. Squeeze out the air at the top of the bag and fasten it an inch above the milk.

How do I safely store my milk?

  • Bags containing human milk should be placed inside another container in the refrigerator or freezer. This makes for better protection and easier handling.
  • If you lay the bags down in a container in the freezer, you'll get flatter packages that will thaw more quickly. (But be sure they're sealed well, or you'll have a leaky mess.)
  • You might want to keep all your hard containers of milk together in the freezer or refrigerator inside a larger plastic box.

How long can I keep the stored milk?

Amazingly, research has found that human milk stored in the refrigerator for eight days actually has lower bacterial levels than freshly expressed milk.

Since human milk can be kept in the refrigerator for up to eight days, it may be possible to provide your baby with fresh, not frozen, milk most of the time. This insures that your baby gets the maximum amount of nutrients and immunities. Instruct your caregiver to use the oldest milk first and keep the supply rotating.

Previously frozen milk can be kept in the refrigerator for 24 hours after thawing. This means that you or the baby's caregiver can thaw milk for all of your baby's feedings at one time, or you can thaw the milk in the refrigerator overnight. This can make it faster to prepare a bottle when your baby is hungry. Milk that has thawed should not be refrozen.

How do I safely transport my milk?

Research shows that bacteria do not grow readily in human milk, and that it can be kept safely at room temperature for 4 to 6 hours or more. So you don't need to worry if you can't rush your milk to the refrigerator right after you express. But it still makes sense to refrigerate the milk as soon as possible and to keep it cool when taking it home or to the sitter's. If you have refrigerator space available at work, you can store your milk there until the workday is over, or use an insulated container with reusable carry-ice to keep it cool.

Heat can destroy human milk's enzymes, immune properties, and other valuable components, so the milk requires gentle care before it is served to baby. Follow these guidelines:

  • Defrost milk by holding it under warm running water.
  • Or, place the container of milk in a bowl of warm water on the kitchen counter. As the water cools, replace it with more warm water until the milk is thawed and warmed to body temperature.
  • Do not heat expressed human milk on top of the stove. It's too easy to overheat it this way. Do not boil!
  • Do not heat expressed human milk in a microwave oven. Even if the overall temperature of the milk stays below body temperature, there may be "hot spots" where the milk is overheated and some of its beneficial properties are destroyed. The uneven heating can also be dangerous when the bottle is given to baby.
  • Human milk, like any milk that is not processed or homogenized, tends to separate when stored. The cream rises to the top. Swirl the bottle gently to mix the layers.
  • Human milk has a thin, bluish look to it, quite different from either homogenized cow's milk or the grayish color of infant formula. Your baby's caregiver may need reassurance that this is normal.

These guidelines are for mothers who are expressing milk for a full-term healthy baby. Use clean containers, and wash your hands with soap and water before expressing. or pumping. When providing milk for a baby who is seriously ill and/or hospitalized, check with healthcare providers for instructions.

Where stored Storage temperature
(degrees Fahrenheit)
Storage temperature
(degrees Centigrade)
How long
At room temperature 60 degrees F 15 degrees C 24 hours
At room temperature 66-72 degrees F 19-22 degrees C 10 hours
At room temperature 79 degrees F 25 degrees C 4-6 hours
In a refrigerator 32-39 degrees F 0-4 degrees C 8 days
In a freezer compartment inside a refrigerator 2 weeks
In a self-contained freezer unit of a refrigerator 3-4 months
In a separate deep freeze with a constant temperature 0 degrees F -19 degrees C 6 months or longer
SAVE? OR DUMP?
Type of Milk Save or Dump? Why
Milk remaining in the bottle that has been offered to baby Use for next feeding, otherwise discard. Bacteria from the baby's mouth may have entered the milk during the feeding. This may lead to bacterial contamination if it sets too long (though as yet there is no research available).
Milk that has been thawed Save in the refrigerator for 24 hours after thawing, then discard. Do not refreeze. Milk that has been frozen has lost some of the immune properties that inhibit bacterial growth in fresh refrigerated milk.
Milk that has been kept in the refrigerator for eight days Transfer to storage in the freezer, or discard. Bacterial growth is not a problem, but milk sometimes picks up odors or flavors from the refrigerator or the container.

Hamster

klik kt mane utk kasik dia mkn
klik kt center wheel tu utk bg dia naik wheel

p/s: entry saje2 menghilang bowing,hehe

Sunday, November 1, 2009

bercukur 'time'


video

ni video faheem time b'cukur
mase cuti raye kt kedah
hehe kecik lg mase tu
br sebulan lebih
yg cukur tu tok bidan,ktorg panggil mak ngah
steady je faheem
memula nk nanges gk
bkn sbb sakit tp sbb kna bedung
bdk ni rimas kalo kna bedung2 nih
pstu xnanges dh
dia leh tetido plak pastu,he
em ni kenangan la
pasni kalo dia dh bsr..leh bg dia tgk vid nih

ni sebelum kna cukur rambut













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