Thursday, December 2, 2010


There are lots of love stories ,which has been great legend to us.. Romeo and Juliet perhaps is one of it….what are the stance of Islam for LOVE?

There is a difference between love and romance. Romance, if not checked, may mean wasting time, effort and dignity. Islam teaches us to be truthful and realistic. Besides, the concept of love in Islam is very unique, when a Muslim loves something or somebody, it must be for the sake of Allah; the same applies to hatred. Islam teaches us that marriage is the finest, purest and permissible relationship that should exist between a male and female; it should be the goal that they both have in mind. There is no room in Islam for illicit affairs or the Western vogue-word of boyfriend and girlfriend. All those stories of media and movies are not helpful to make a person comply with the teachings of Islam. The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, says: "Three qualities, if found in a person, will help him have perfect faith: Having Allah and His Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, as the most beloved ones, loving a person only for the sake of Allah and hating getting back to Kufr (disbelief) the way one hates to be thrown into fire." That means love is a fruit of piety. Love without piety is mischief.

There is no concept of courtship in Islam as it is practiced in the West. There is no dating or living in de facto relationship or trying each other out before committing to each other. There is to be no physical relationship whatsoever before marriage. The romantic notions that occupy the mind of young people often have proven in most cases to be unrealistic and harmful to those involved. We only have to look at the alarming divorce rate in the West to understand this point. To give an example, the couple know each other for years, are intimate, live together and so on. Yet somehow this does not guarantee the success of the future marriage. Romance and love simply do not result in an everlasting bond between two people.
In most cases, romance and love die out very quickly when couple find themselves with the real world. The unrealistic expectation that young people have is what often contributes to the failure of their relationship.

The West makes fun of the Islamic way of marriage, in particular arranged marriage. Yet, the irony is that statistically arranged marriages prove to be more successful and lasting than romantic types of courtship. This is because people are blinded by the physical attraction and thus do not choose the compatible partner. Love blinds people to the extent of overlooking potential problems in the relationship. There is an Arabic proverb that says: "Love is blind, it makes zucchini turn into okra". Arranged marriages, on the other hand, are based not on physical attraction or romantic notions, but rather on critical evaluation of the compatibility of the couple. That is why such marriage often proves successful.

From an Islamic perspective, in choosing a partner, the most important factor that should be taken into consideration is Taqwa (piety and consciousness of Allah). The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, recommended the suitors to see each other before going through with marriage procedures. That is very important because it is unreasonable for two people to be thrown into marriage and be expected to have a successful marital life, full of love and affection, when they know nothing of each other. The couple are permitted to look at each other.

This ruling does not contradict the Qur'anic verse that says, “…believing men and women should lower their gaze” (An-Nur: 30). The couple, however, are not permitted to be alone in a closed room or go out together alone. As the Hadith says: "When a man and a woman are together alone, the Shaytan (Satan) makes their third." One of the conditions of a valid marriage is the consent of the couple. Marriage by definition is a voluntary union of two people. The choice of a partner by a Muslim virgin girl is subject to the approval of the father or guardian. This is to safeguard her welfare and interests. The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said: "The widow and the divorced woman shall not be married until she has consented to that and the virgin shall not be married until her consent is sought." The Prophet did nullify the marriage of a girl who complained to him that her father had married her against her wishes.

Though love is something nice, and it is recommended for a man to marry a woman whom he loves, because the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: “There is nothing better for two who love each other than marriage.” (Sahih Al-Jami`, 5200) However, this love should not be overwhelming and cause a person to forget other characteristics which he should look for in the person he wants to marry. The most important characteristic is religious commitment. The Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, says: “A woman may be married for four things: her wealth, her lineage, her beauty and her commitment to religion. Choose the one who is religious, may your hands be rubbed with dust [i.e., may you prosper]!” (Agreed-upon Hadith).

Now, let’s assume that you are the subject of the hypothesis you draw in your question: On what basis would you like to choose your partner? Wouldn’t you look to her commitment to Islam – does she pray regularly, for example? Does she adhere to the Islamic Hijab prescribed by Shari'ah?

If the lady you want to marry is religious, of good manners, and obeys Allah and His Messenger, and both of you want to please Allah in this world in order to earn reward in the Hereafter, then you have made a perfect choice, and we ask Allah to fulfill your hopes and bring you together in a good way. If she is not, then you should reconsider your choice. May Allah help you to do what He loves and what pleases Him!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Widaad and Wafa'

Widaad Ibtisam = 28 months

She may be able to control her actions, but not always her emotions. At this age, she's still prone to a fair amount of pushing, shoving, yelling, and tantrums. And as parents, we never set our standards too high. Let her explore and learn from her own experience, in fact that will be a good teacher for her. With the company of her lil sis, Wafa' she has high sensitivity of being a "big sis". Behaving like she knows which food is hot, and giving instructions to her adik when lunch time is good sign for us. Even though sometimes she means 'hot' to cold drinks! However,we can't expect perfect behaviour from her all the time, and tantrums are her way of showing you when she's so frustrated or upset she can't think straight any more.

Amal Wafa' = 14 months

This little toddler is mastering new skills left and right these days, from waving bye-bye to drinking from a cup. But one thing she probably hasn't got to grips with yet is adult table manners. That's OK :) it's too early for her to understand or manage this kind of politeness. She is now yet to learn the "woman's handy manners". Very keen of "tidying up" rooms, kitchens and bookshelves....%!@##(&$^#^%&^$.....It's ok dear...go and learn!! have fun as one day you'll be good in the real tidying up the whole home with your TATAK ( that's how she called her kakak ).

Anger Management

This article has nothing to do with anyone, it's just a gentle reminder to me myself, and also to all of us....sharing is caring...I LOVE YOU ALL....

Some people may have control on their emotions. But to some people, they easily fail to do so..
The Prophet PBUH once said “ Hold your anger, and you’ll be in Heaven”

When a person is in a state of anger or rage he or she can unleash behavior which can be very aggressive or violent. Acting in a state of anger is similar to acting in a state of intoxication. In both cases, people do not know what they are doing and, as a result, may hurt themselves as well as others. Then, when the anger or intoxication subsides, remorse over those actions will almost certainly ensue.

Sheikh Hasan Al-Basri said that one of the signs of believers is that anger does not prevail over them.

The Prophet once asked his Companions, "Whom among you do you consider a strong man?" They replied, “The one who can defeat so-and-so in a wrestling contest.” He said, “That is not so; a strong man is the one who can control himself when he is angry" (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)


There is no way to totally eliminate anger from one's self, for it is a natural human emotion and is bound to be one's reaction to certain situations that we all face in life. Anger can be controlled, however, and to achieve this, a Muslim has to observe the following tips:

1.Change the position of your body. For example, if you are standing, sit down; and if you are sitting, lie down.

2. Make ablution and offer two rak`ahs

3. Remember the rewards and virtues of patience, mercy, and forgiveness.

Anger, if left uncontrolled or unmanaged, can be a costly weed. It is detrimental to one’s health and relationships with others…friends, family and working environments. In fact, it may cause a great loss in this world and even a greater loss in the hereafter. Therefore, this weed must be kept under one’s control in order to allow the healthy plant of righteousness, piety, and obedience to grow.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Izinkan aku Bahagia

‎"Kita (isteri) sbg bidadari suami..menyenangkan suami, bukan menyukarkan keadaan, merajuk manja bkn merajuk sampai suami pening kepala..bahkan berapa lama sangat masa "meminjam" suami yg ALLAH berikan utk kita???" - Izinkan Aku Bahagia, Anis Bil. 159-

It was indeed a very touching story my friend asked me to read...Credit to Tq, ..thanks yea!!

And because of the sentence, I was so called to ask hubby during last night tazkirah with him.

Azah : Abg, esok kalau kat syurga...Azah jadi bidadari abg ke?

Hubby: InsyaAllah..kalau Azah taat perintah suami, Allah dan rasul....

Azah : Tapi ,kenapa dalam quran..."lelaki dikelilingi bidari-bidadari syurga?"

Hubby: Btul lah..quran dah ckp..btul la....

Azah: Siapa lagi nak kelilingi abg? ..(muka tak aci)

Hubby:Bidadari -bidadari syurga (sambil tersenyum panjang sampai ke pipi)

Azah : Habes Azah....takder sape keliling?

Hubby : Ada hadith nabi tau azah...seurat janggut, seorang bidadari di syurga nanti..(tersenyum lagi)

Azah : Wah...banyaknya...patutla ramai orang suka simpan janggut kan...tapi, Azah camne?

Hubby : Azah ada bidadara syurga (sambil tersengih)

Azah : :( [Dah masam muka]

Hubby: Dalam syurga nanti, dah tak ade dah, perasaan jeles2, dengki2..Allah dah hilangkan semua tu..lepas je kita di bangkitkan nanti....dah tak ade kematian seterusnya....ayat al quran kata.."Maka beruntunglah untuk orang yang beriman kepada Allah dan percaya pada hari akhirat."

Azah: Tapi, abg ada banyak bidadari nanti...mesti abg ....dah sayang azah sikit kan....nak pulak kalau depa cantek...

Hubby :Azah nak tau..dalam surat As-Saffaat..Allah kata..bidadari syurga tu ..umpama telur yang terletak di syurga..maksudnya ..tak terusik....mata, hati dan fikiran kita pun tak boleh bayangkan macammana...

Azah : Habes Azah??

Hubby : Dalam surah yang sama..Allah kata...kalau orang tu tak ikut perintah Allah..nanti...dalam syurga..dia kata "aku dulu ada seorang teman di dunia..."dan dia pun pergi meninjau mana perginya temannya tu...tengok2...dia jumpa di neraka...hidangan di neraka...buah zaqqum, air yg panas mendidih....surah ni banyak ceritakan perihal di syuga dan neraka...

Azah : Azah nak cari abg nanti..abg cari azah tak?

Hubby : :)InsyaAllah...buat la ibadah macam kita nak mati esok, pulon btul2.....tapi, jangan lupa jaga hubungan sesama manusia di sini....Allah nampak aje ape azah buat tau....

And..the discussion goes on and on and on....end up to be a very mysterious one for me. No one knows how beautiful the world thereafter....and I pray , that we, could meet again in the eternal life...Ameeen...

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Apple of My Heart:)

Introducing you......Widaad Ibtisam!!

It seem as if my lil toddler is constantly breaking the rules and I am constantly saying "no"..

Ops...Don't take this as a deliberate sign of mischief, it's just normal toddler behaviour. She needs to assert her independence. We can ease frustrating moments by explaining the reasoning behind your just a theraphy for us to become a very very very...patient person...

Yea people.....this is another cute gurl....Give a big applause for Amal Wafa'

She is not yet taken her first unsteady steps.Soon, probably... so me , hubby and of course our bibik are always keeping our eye-camera close by. We are giving her full discretion to mobile her self...or even let her feel the pain of felling down, as children will learn better that way.And for her , as she takes charge of her own mobility, she'll be better able to satisfy her curiosity about the world around her. Now that she's getting better at using her hands, her "ladies expertise" ---->> tendency of tidying up the house is her interest. So we have this rule:1) don't ever fold cloth in front of her or you'll end up doing nothing .2) Don't ever open up the closet unattended....she will soon start pulling out everything to try on!!:)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Ops...CLEANING IN PROGRESS has been sooooooo long....that I left my blog unattended. Dah bersawang....I am cleaning it up ladies and's going to be on soon!!!!

So, what's up?

I miss a lot of things to be written here. There are too much to uncover here...New bibik, new home, babies development, study, bla bla bla...

I think it has been almost 3 months..if Im not mistaken..

So, as a new startup..writing about my family and myself is not really an important agenda here...

Nothing is more meaningful rather than to penetrate an assessment of myself.

What have been achieved and what is not yet accomplish in my life. As a 27 year-old mommy, wife, employer and employee..where am I standing to confront my Creator..Am I balancing my obligation in world and the hereafter…

Since I am still healthy, that’s it. Still can stand straight up and am capable to go anywhere. Gifted to think wisely and control my emotion (though sometimes I lost the proficiency of it). Since then, it is a prudent decision to evaluate myself. Discover myself at the lowest level so that to ponder from every angle for an optimal defensive process.

Juggling, babbling, insane??? No, I’m not.

At this moment, I really want to go deeply into myself, to know myself better, to specify my weakness for a corrective action and specify my strength so I may unleashe my confident for future.

There will be one moment that you feel so lost,that you are so alone, all you is see is night, and darkness all around, you feel so helpless, you can’t see which way to go.

How, only to Allah we may seek forgiveness; find the truth as He will always be by our side. As part of the lyrics in Maher Zain song : Don’t despair and never loose hope,Cause Allah is always by your side.. InsyaAllah..

I am now humbly seeking my friends’ forgiveness, in case of any. I may harm you, unintentionally. I am sorry if I had taken your right, if I had sipped your drink, your food and had hurt your soul.

For me, my offenses, felonies towards the only Creator, Allah, me myself can ask forgiveness from Allah directly, but to people, you guys seems to be very easy but it’s not. It’s is like a tight knot that may take some times to be loosen.yeah..

Now that we share the same bright sun,the same round moon. Why don’t we share the same love, why not. Life is shorter than most have thought.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Weekend's Activity!!

Here we are...

Since it's school break...we have lots of wedding invitation:) Nyum nyummm...I'd love to attend wedding ceremony due to many "good" reasons....

1)Nice to see all my friends mingle around together for a 'makan-makan'

2)Nice to see my friends getting married...Anyway, congratulations to Min, Kak TIni, Liana, Azrul, Kak Da, Yunus, Abg Pit, Ibtisam, many!!

3) Nice to see people with 'baju cantik2' attending the ceremony...:)

4) Nice weekend..NO MASAK2!!ALL FOC:):) ngeeeeee

5) Nice to have ample time for the family:)and one of the 'family bonding activity' is....

'Washing car!!'It's fun that we could have spend some time together with our family:)

She's looking..where to start??

Tyre first..

Walid and Widaad...cooperative partner:)

..Ummi.....bukak water!!

Tension once her water suddenly dissapear...

Trying on her own....

Unsuccessful.. me..Ummi didnt want me to help Walid...

Tyre isnt clean enough la Ummi...

Ummi please..Sayang Ummi...(nak bodek la konon)

Yey!! dah ade water!!

Shower Time!!!

Naa..that's why Ummi tutup air...She sprayed the water to Walid...

OPpps...Widaad!! Ummi pon kena??

Dah dahhhh...Time's up!!Let's take a bath inside... more thing...It's Rejab friends...Not more than 2 months, we are going to celebrate Ramdhan:):) besttt!!!!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Widaad is now 22 months!

By now she will begin to set goals for herself. She'll have particular ideas about what she wants to get done — like riding her tricycle down the path or fitting all the pieces of a puzzle together. She'll also care about the results — I would realised the moment she's pleased, when she's successful and frustrated,and when she's not. It's all part of her burgeoning independence.:)

And, I have captured some of the skills that she is mastering:)

Skill 1 : Listening

She can combine a couple of words to ask questions or make statements. I always count the number of words she uses to judge whether she's on track because she don't really use long sentence to communicate. She actually understand many more words than what she can say:) Because when she tries to build up sentences, it becomes jargon to me:)

Skill 2: Mimicing

Katun..katun..She'll jump once the katun jumps!!

She has begun to mimic the tone of our speech. The best part is, when I exclaim, "Allahu akbar!" or "nampak dak?" or "Thank you sayang!" she'll repeat it with a similar inflection...:) so cute:)

She'll also enjoy singing arabic songs with her Walid. Even if she can't say all the words, she'll try to repeat some of the song and even attempt to carry the tune:)

Skill 3 : Labelling

If I point to body parts her or a doll and ask her what they are, she should be able to name five or more. If you ask her, "Where is your foot?" or "Where are your ears?" she should be able to point to the right places.

We bought her books...that's her favorite thing to do at the moment..reading! She'll flip it, and read it (even sometimes she came out with a very weird language when reading!!)...And I am so happy that when I say something in the book and ask her to show me, she pointed to the right one. For instance, when I say "which one is chicken?", she'll point her cute fingers to picture of chicken:)

Skill 4: Nimble fingers

She will delight in using her ever-more-dextrous fingers to build towers of blocks, All of the small, precise thumb, finger, hand, and wrist movements involved in these activities support a host of other vital physical and mental skills. For example, to build a tower of blocks,she has to know what to do with the pieces and then come up with a plan for creating the structure.

Skill 5 : Issuing Orders!!

She now would order "Ummi, nak katun" and would hand over to me a tv remote control:)

Now that Widaad can communicate using both words and gestures, I can expect her to become quite bossy. Mostly she's experimenting with how her ability to communicate affects the people around her. For instance, she might say "Ummi, amek nenen" though her bottle is just at her reachable hand. She might also demands us to read books with her, show her pictures of lion, bird, bicycle ..everything in the book and she'll repeat those words. Se may want us to compliment one of her block towers, her reading skills or simply acknowledge that she take off her pants.

The journey does not stop here. There are many more for me to write about my little girl:) Wait for my next entry!!:)

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Amal Wafa' is now 9 months 3 weeks!

Amal Wafa' :) mata stim bcos baru bgn tido:)

Wanna play with Kakak

Wafa' enjoys listening to the arab song played with this camel :)

Belek2 mata camel:)bcos it turns red if the music plays!

By next week, she'll be 10 months!!Sooo fast!!

The torrent of words she has been hearing since birth is beginning to work its magic, although her understanding of words far outpaces her ability to use them. Her babbling has turned to jabber and is probably starting to sound a little like real words, phrases, and sentences. Amal Wafa' thinks she's saying something, so ...we would definitely respond as if she really is! And she is really happy to see us responding her stories....even it's jargon to us!!!

Wafa' still comprehends more from our tone than from our actual words. She can understand when I am pleased. The more we talk to her — either directly or while doing other things, such as preparing dinner, driving, or getting dressed — the more she learns about communication.She is learning !!!

So, at this point of time, we ( I most of the time) would try not to raise up my tone too high because I believe she'll learn to shout later..ahahaha!! most probably ;)because children learn most from their environment..bear in mind, keep it lovely yer Puan Azah:)

Wafa's starting to understand the word "no," though she may not obey it just yet. For example, I can expect her to try to touch something even after I've said not to. It's best to use the word "no" sparingly, and when I do use it, follow it by removing her from the scene of the crime and introducing her to a new activity:) Opss...she is learning...bear in mind..keep it lovely:)and politely:)

Long way to go , dear Wafa'!! Ummi and Walid will always there for you.anytime!!:) Love you:)


Here it promised...this is one subtitle under Surah Al- Humazah...which is MENGUMPAT:)

Surah ini menceritakan tentang orang yang kerjanya: mencela, mengumpat.

Ayat Al-Quran menyebut : Celakalah bagi orang yang mengumpat dan mencela!


1)Menyebut sesuatu yang tidak disukai oleh individu tersebut dibelakangnya.

2)Menyebut tentang keaiban @ kekurangan seseorang samaada tentang FIZIKAL , KETURUNAN, PERANGAI, PERTUTURAN, UGAMA, KEHIDUPAN dan termasuk juga PAKAIAN,TEMPAT TINGGAL & KENDERAANNYA.

Amaran (1) Nabi kepada pengumpat:

“Jangan berhasad dengki, jangan mencela sesama kamu, jangan saling mencari kesalahan antara kamu, jangan saling memaling, jangan mengumpat sesama kamu dan jadilah kamu hamba Allah yang bersaudara..(Muttafaqun A’laih)

Amaran (2)

Barra’ menceritakan suatu hari Nabi SAW telah berkhutbah kepada kami sehingga kedengaran jeritan (ketakutan) perempuan2 didalam rumah mereka Nabi SAW bersabda: “wahai sesiapa yang beriman dengan lidahnya dan tidak pada hatinya, janganlah kamu mengumpat keji sesama muslim dan janganlah kamu mencari-cari keaiban mereka dan barangsiapa yang mencari keaiban saudaranya maka Allah akan mencari keaibannya, dan barangsiapa yang Allah cari keaibannya nescaya Allah akan bukakan keaibannya walaupun yang tersembunyi didalam rumah..” (Riwayat Abu Daud)


Daripada Jabir RA katanya suatu hari kami berjalan dengan Nabi SAW dan kami melalui 2 kubur sahabat maka bersabda Nabi SAW : “kedua-dua mereka sedang diazab oleh Allah, salah seorangnya diazab kerana suka mengumpat dan seorang lagi diazab kerana tidak ISTIBRA’ ketika membuang air kecil..”
(Sahih Bukhari & Muslim)

Ohoooo..tidakkkk! sudah tentu tidak sanggup!!


1) Beristiqfar ( Astaqfirullahal a'zeem)

2) Beristihlal (mohon maaf dan mohon halalkan perbuatan kepada orang yg diumpat)

Jom kita muhasabah diri:)

Friday, May 21, 2010

:) Not that kind of gurl :)

Yea...that's it. Not that kind of girl:) I am not that kind of girl dear:)

We always have visitors from hubby's junior/friends/colleagues/students to our house.Most of them were hubby's student (hubby often held a class/kuliah [since his study life]so that anyone who were/are free can join his class).

And hubby, again knowing hubby, will always welcome any visitors to our house, even he did not have his own time for himself, because he always believe.."Visitors bring rezeki to our family".

And, I am really ok with it. Having visitors to our house, serving food, making new friends and I believe the same way like hubby said. It's just one thing...

I always went through this kind of statement, in which I am really not comfortable with it.

" Since study with Ustaz in Jordan/Syria, we wonder who will be Ustaz Najib's wife..she must be an outstanding person"

"We always think that Ustaz Najib will definitely look for someone special to be his wife"

"We want to take your picture to show to our friends who is Ustaz Najib's wife"


First of all, you need to know..

1) I am not an Islamic background person (I did not study Islamic course, like my hubby did)

2) I am not as "good" as Ustaz Najib.

3) I am just a normal person, who happened to marry him as my husband, guidance, and protector.

4) I am a normal person, who has low, very low knowledge in Islam and am learning it.

5) I am not a dai'e like Ustaz Najib.

6) Definitely, please don't see me at that angle...because..I AM NOT !

Haishh...I don't know whether writing this entry is a correct thing to do or not. It's just that, I am really not comfortable, and of course you are 100% wrong to see me as that.

I am afraid by potraying me that way, you may find some flaws in it. So better don't , cos I AM NOT THAT TYPE OF GIRL.

I am just a normal person, who is learning to be a solehah muslimah,a mithali wife, and a great Ummi to my children.

Trust me, I am not that kind of girl... in fact ..very far...very be at that point..

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Surah Al Humazah :)

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It's Al Humazah!! Surah for those who like/love to throw out slander!! The introduction part for this surah takes an hour since there are so many questions, stories brought up in the class today...

Since the translation of the surah just started, I am not able to update you guys yet...Be patient ye..I'll continue the story for this surah after the class ended:) Sharing is caring :)

p/s For those interested to go for the class, Tafsir class is on Wednesday 9-10am, @ Aqrab Tilawah Bestari, Bukit Beruang Heights:) Jom jom jom!!

Surah Al Asri :)

In last week class, we learnt about Tafsir Surah Al- Asri ...

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
By the declining day, (1) Lo! man is a state of loss, (2) Save those who believe and do good works, and exhort one another to truth and exhort one another to endurance. (3)

Dgn nama Allah Yg Maha Pemurah lagi Maha Mengasihani.
Demi Waktu Asar / Masa(1) ..Sesungguhnya manusia itu dalam kerugian(2) Kecuali orang2 yg beriman dan beramal soleh. Dan berpesan2 kepada kebenaran. Dan berpesan2 kepada kesabaran(3)

Considered one of the shortest Surah in quran, this surah has a very deep meaning. As I went through the translation, ...Woww....:)

Oo Allah, Please guide me ..Dont Let me determine my own life even in a blink of an eye...I don't want to be those who are loss..No.. I don't want to be one of them..

Like a heart between beats
I would feel nothing you see
If you took your love from me
I don’t know what more would life mean?

I'd use my final breath
To call out your name and let
That breath upon the breeze
Rise like a kiss to thee

So you might see
Just what your love has meant to me
And what the cost of losing you would be
No I don’t know
Where I would go
What I would do

Without You

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Before and After....happy Mother's Day

Ummi's little princess:)

Precious gift!:)



Before I was a Mom..

1) I never stand hours to comfort a screaming child
2) I never looked into teary eyes and cried
3) I never thought gloriously happy over a simple grin
4) I never sat up long hours waiting a baby sleep
5) I never held a sleeping baby just because I didn't want to put it down
6) I never felt my heart break into million pieces when I couldn't stop the hurt
7) I never knew something so small could effect my life so much
8) I never knew I could love someone so much
9) I never knew I would love being a mom so much
10) I never knew the feeling having my heart outside my body
11) I never knew how special it could feel to feed a hungry baby

After being an Ummi..:)

1) I love kids so much..can't stand to see how cute they walk , talk , sleep, eat...(now my mind is with them d)
2) I learn to be a very patient person:) (before this no..opss!!)
3) I love to spend hours playing with them...(no regrets of the proverb.."time is gold")
4) I would smile seeing their innocent eyes even though lots of things pressuring me:)
5) I will be very satisfied even I am very tired to the max!
6) I learn to be more responsible:)
7) I can smile on a language that I don't understand:)
8) I can't wait to see my kids!
9) I always think of them..even in the office:)
10) I know my mom's feeling when she raised me up! Now I understand mak..truly wonder u did this and that to wonder...:)



Monday, April 26, 2010

Wafa' is now 8 months 3 weeks old!!

Amal Wafa' ..8 months 3 weeks

She is adorable!!

She is cute!!

She is pretty!!

She is so cute!!

She is my baby!!

She is my love!!

She is my soul!!

She is my life!!

She is apple of the heart of Walid and Ummi!!:)

Wafa' vision is now almost adult-like in its clarity and depth perception. Though her short-range sight is still best, her long-range vision is good enough to recognize people and objects across a room. She may see a toy on the other side of the room and try to crawl towards it. Her eyes are also probably close to their final color:) the best word I can describe...BEAUTIFUL!!

Wafa' may start looking for dropped objects and may use her index finger to point at them. She can easily use her fingers to rake up a piece of food and hold it with her fist closed, and she's learned to open her hand to drop and throw objects with greater precision. She's probably beginning to master the pincer grasp, too — the delicate maneuver that lets her pick up small objects with his thumb and first finger.

Though she has steady development changes , there'll be times when she is afraid of things she can't understand. Even things that didn't bother her before, like a ringing telephone or a tv volume (sometimes Walid may turn the volume high for news), may frighten her. When this happens, the most important thing we can do as parent is to comfort and reassure her. ...I am now mastering in that field, comfort her by telling her that I am there and she's fine ... a hug or a snuggle may be all she needs!! muahhhhhhss!!

I am really enjoying every of the moments to observe my baby development day by day..after's like watching a great movie!!!
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