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Selasa, 18 Ogos 2009

.: 6 week's :.

This week my baby will be in 6 week's...aku dh mula terima alahan2 yg ringan2...especially loya2, pening kepala, sakit pinggang dll....huhuhu...boleh ke aku bertahan untuk puasa bulan ini??...hanya pada Allah s.w.t sahaja aku berdoa semoga aku kuat untuk puasa tahun ini....amiinnn...

Your Pregnancy: Week 6 - There's nausea everywhere

While you won't be able to find out the gender of your baby for several more weeks, the version you'll give birth to is being determined right now. Of course, your mother-in-law already knows it'll be a boy. And your sister is sure that it's a girl. And the medical expert that is your 5-year-old nephew says it's absolutely a boy (and if it's a girl, he doesn't want anything to do with it). Isn't it wonderful how clairvoyant people are?

Wondering what's up with your body, your baby and your life this week? Read on ...

What You're Thinking:
"If I put my head in my hands and stare down at my desk, it'll look like I'm working really hard and nobody will know I'm actually sleeping." -this is true!!...mengantuk aje...

Your Body
You may be feeling super-tired or nauseous (or super-tired and nauseous—lucky you!) and your boobs are most likely killing you. This is due to the myriad of hormones raging through your body at levels rivaling a teenage boy's. -this is also true!!...penat sgt2...

If you can't stay awake for the second half of Grey's Anatomy, blame it on the baby. Extreme exhaustion is often one of the first signs of pregnancy, and while your body will probably regain some of its strength by the time you enter your second trimester, you might find yourself nodding off during Dr. McDreamy's love scenes ... or worse, yours!

Constant exhaustion can really wear you down, so make sure to rest up. That means skipping Letterman.

If you're feeling like you're living in a pregnancy-induced fog, try
natural remedies for fatigue.

Even though it's the last thing you want to hear right now, moderate exercise is a great way to help tackle exhaustion. Try short walks, gentle stretching or a prenatal yoga class to help boost your energy.

Your Baby
This week starts a period of rapid cellular development for your baby-to-be, who looks like a mini tadpole, with a tiny head and tail. His or her eyes, ears and mouth have begun to form (though they're a little more Discovery Channel "creatures of the sea" documentary than Gerber Baby at this point).

Other exciting milestones include:

Your baby's heart is now beating to a regular beat, although it's still too faint to hear.

His or her arm buds are just beginning to, well, bud. They look like teensy swollen bumps at this point. In a few days, they'll resemble itsy-bitsy flippers.

Your baby has grown to ⅛ inch long—about the size of one of the chocolate sprinkles on your last cupcake (and your last ice cream cone, and your last sundae and your last giant cookie ... maybe there is something to those rumors about pregnancy cravings!).

Your Life
We hate to bring up the drudgery of finances (it's so much more fun to talk about little baby socks and little baby fingers, and how to decorate the nursery, and the rocking shower your best friend will throw for you), but it's never too early to think about budgeting and saving money.

Grandparents want to help? Invite them to start a 529 plan while you focus on more immediate concerns like creating a household budget for the first year.

Want to get an idea of the big money picture? Check out some cold, hard facts on the cost of raising children. Just keep in mind that it happens one day at a time, so don't let all the number crunching overwhelm you.

Once you find out how much junior will cost you, you might be tempted to curb your latte habit in an effort to save the $4.25 you cough up daily. But don't. The simple pleasure of getting your overpriced coffee—alone—and sipping it while reading the paper—alone—will be worth a lot more than you'll ever know in 34 weeks.

Khamis, 13 Ogos 2009

.: Become a Mother :.

Semalam (12.8.2009/rabu) pergi check di Pusat Rawatan Islam Az-Zahrah, Bangi...Alhamdulillah Doktor sahkan kehamilan aku...kandunganku sekarang berusia 5 minggu...Syukur pada Allah S.W.T. memberi rezeki zuriat padaku...genap 6 bulan perkahwinan kami kini...

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Your Pregnancy: Week 5 - Teeny tiny baby steps

Although you've been pregnant for four weeks now, you probably just found out. Congrats! Yippee! Woohoo! The fact that you're actually growing a baby inside you probably seems completely surreal. Don't worry, it's common. Still, do your best not to overthink it. Instead, concentrate on making a nice home for the baby over the next nine months by taking care of you. That means eating right, moving your body (some call it exercise, but that sounds so strenuous) and taking it easy.

Wondering what's up with your body, your baby and your life this week? Read on ...

What You're Thinking:
"If I order a club soda with lime on the rocks, I might be able to dupe my friends into believing that there's nothing suspicious going on."

Your body
If you never paid much attention to what you eat—we're talking to you Ms. Cheeseburger and Fries—now's the time to make it a priority to eat the most nutritious food you can.

The average pregnant woman needs about 300 extra calories each day. That's right: extra calories! Being pregnant rocks!
Many insurance plans will pay for you to have a consultation with a qualified nutritionist or dietitian, who can help you create an eating plan that will work for you. That doesn't mean you have to give up your vices and just eat boring health food all day. A nutritional plan will help you get the stuff you need for your baby first, then the rest can be icing on the cake. (Literally, you can eat icing if you want to. How great is that?)

Certain "super-foods" like walnuts and yogurt can provide extra bang for your buck, giving you and your baby much-needed nutrients in each bite. Walnuts dipped in icing anyone?

Your Baby
Your baby's microscopic heart begins to beat this week—although it won't be detectable with one of those cool Dopplers for a few weeks, so you'll have to wait a little longer to hear that satisfying "whoosh-whoosh" you're so anxious for. Here's what else is under construction:

With the beating of the heart, blood will begin to circulate throughout the body. Your baby's first organ system will be up and running!

The beginnings of the brain; the cardiovascular, nervous and reproductive systems; as well as all other major systems are under way.

Your baby's new digs—the amniotic sac and the placenta (aka the hotel and the restaurant)—are still forming at this point. (Maybe you should send a housewarming gift.)

All that high-speed development and your baby is only 2 millimeters long—about the size of a sesame seed (check one out next time you're chowing down on a bagel—you won't believe how tiny it is!).

Your Life
Don't wait until the baby arrives to invest in a good point-and-shoot digital camera. (It'll probably take you at least nine months to figure out how to use it anyway!) If you don't already have one, check out Consumer Reports to find the model that's right for you.

With your new camera (or with the one you already have), start taking pics of your growing belly week after week. After it's all said and done, you won't believe you were ever that big (or this small).

Since you're taking all those pictures, we've got a great place for them. A LifeBook will let you document your pregnancy and your baby's life with pictures, audio clips and videos. Upload your first "before" belly shot and get your LifeBook started.

Make a list of all the things you want to do before the baby arrives. Want to go to France? (Or even the outlet mall in the next town over?) Start planning, because the next several months will be prime time to get in as much as possible.