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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Ee Shuen is 4.8kg now

Ee Shuen went to Klinik Kesihatan for check up after 1 month this Monday. Her weight is 4.8kg now. So, Mummy feel is worth it to pump out the milk for you almost every 2-3 hours... She gain 1.1kg for one month, compared to the time when she was born ( 3.7kg ).

Ee Shuen starts to 'eat Kentucky'

Ee Shuen try to put her fingers into her mouth. i think this might be another way that can let her slowly forget about pacifier. There was once when i was in the hospital, waiting for my turn to see the doctor, i saw one little girl, roughly about 1 year plus, dressed up nicely, wearing a nice shoes, however, she also carrying her pacifier around. Oh dear, in my heart i was thinking if she's not with the pacifier, she looks more prettier! Hope Ee Shuen will slowly forgotten about her pacifier. We tried to limited her to take pacifier only at night, when he don't want to sleep. But yesterday night she take pacifier, still not sleeping for about an hour. She cried when the pacifier came out form her mouth. So, this is another disadvantage when you give pacifier to your baby

Sunday, February 11, 2007

some gifts from Po Po

Po Po presented Ee Shuen three little gifts during her full moon.

sleep for 6 hours during night time

Ee Shuen slept from 10.30pm till 4am last night, almost about 5 1/2 hours! This is the 1st time ever she sleep so long! Mummy was so scared even she have a long sleep. Because she cried for quite a long time before she went to sleep. I think she's too tired of crying, she used up all her energy to cry out.... That's why she didn't wake up after 3 hours for her milk.

Friday, February 9, 2007

My baby girl loves to be cuddle

Ee Shuen loves to be cuddle... She will stopped crying when we cuddle her. She's so smart, she'll sleep when we carry her. But, when we put her on the bed, she'll opened her big eyes, looking at us...
Today, we try to train her not to carry her so much. She cry non-stopped while lying on the rocker.We just let her cry. She cry so loudly. When Daddy carry her from the rocker, she straight away stopped crying.
Tonight, she did something that suprised her Daddy. She sleeps with Daddy on the bed and knock off after a while. Daddy said this is the first tie he don;t need to cuddle her to sleep.

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Monitoring the serum bilirubin level

Yesterday Daddy brought us to Hospital Pantai Mutiara to see Dr Hasanah, the pediatrician. She told Dad & Mum that your serum bilirubin level should be less than 120mmol. So, no need to repeat any blood test. Mummy was so glad that baby girl doesn't have to do all those blood tests again ( because everytime when Dr hasanah hold baby girl's hand to take blood, she'll know what happened next already, and start to cry ), expose to the morning sunlight ( until she looks so dark - as according to the medical expert, it wouldn't really help ), mummy can;t eat ginger and drink alcohol ( because mummy breastfeeding, if mummy cionsume that, it'll affected baby girl's serum bilirubin's level to come down )

One month celebration

When Ee Shuen is one month old ( 7th February 2007 ), Daddy asked Ah Ma ordered a cheese cake from our neighbour. However, our neighbour knew that it's for Ee Shuen's one month celebration, she gave the cake as a present to Ee Shuen. When we take family photo, Ee Shuen was sleeping. No matter how Mummy disturbed her, she still sleep like a pig! Mummy put her on her bed. After everybody finished eating the cake, Ee Shuen wake up.... Haha, really right timing. She let eveybody enjoy the cake first before carry her again....

Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Some of the news on 7th January 2007 - the day you was born...

some of the news that appears in The Star on the day Ee Shuen was born....

First week of VMY 2007 draws in 390,000 tourists

PUTRAJAYA: The first week of Visit Malaysia 2007 has seen some 390,000 tourists, mostly from Asian countries, visiting Malaysia.

Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said the numbers were very encouraging although the Government was trying to encourage more long-haul visitors from places like Europe and Russia.

“We are expecting five charter flights to arrive in the next day or two, particularly those from Russia,” he told reporters after giving away bicycles to top-scoring students at SK Putrajaya 2 here Sunday.

Tengku Adnan also quashed reports that since VM2007 started, there had been a spate of negative incidents targeted at tourists.

“There has been only one ugly incident in front of a hotel in Kuala Lumpur where the tourist was assaulted and injured by a man. Of the 390,000 tourists who came, the number of incidents has been less than 0.1%,” he said, adding that he had also received some reports of taxis overcharging passengers.

Tengku Adnan said he had apologised to the tourist involved, who had to receive 11 stitches for his wound.

“I don’t think the motive for that assault was robbery because the tourist was just taking a walk and dressed casually. I have apologised to him on the Government’s behalf,” he said.

On the operations of the KL Hop-On Hop-Off double decker buses, Tengku Adnan said he had advised the bus company to get more vehicles as tourists had to wait too long for their ride.

The service offers a tour with pre-recorded commentary in eight different languages that will guide tourists through 42 major sights and attractions in Kuala Lumpur.

“The turnaround time for the buses is too long due to the traffic congestion in Kuala Lumpur. We have also advised the company to employ tour guides on board the buses until they have managed to get the pre-recorded commentary working again,” he said.

On complaints that Immigration officers at the country’s main entry points were unfriendly, Tengku Adnan said he would inform Home Affairs Datuk Seri Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad.

“I think the officers are just overworked, particularly during peak hours when there are many tourist arrivals,” he said.

Badminton: Old hands still needed


PETALING JAYA: There's plenty of life left yet in veterans Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah.

Although there are more young men's pairs making the grade, Malaysia will continue to rely on the hardy Tan Fook-Wan Wah combination, national chief coach Yap Kim Hock said.

EXPERIENCE COUNTS: Choong Tan Fook and Lee Wan Wah can give the the younger pairs a run for their money.
Kim Hock said yesterday that the pair would be in the national team as they bid to qualify for this year’s World Championships and next year’s Beijing Olympic Games.

“I had a discussion with coach Rexy (Mainaky) and we have agreed that we still need their services,” said Kim Hock after a training session yesterday.

“The back-up players may have done better than them last year. But Tan Fook-Wan Wah are still ranked fourth in the world and their performances are not that poor. Their form only dropped in the later part of the year.

“In fact, their presence will keep the back-up players on their toes. They can still provide quality sparring sessions. We need the competition to keep the standard high in the doubles department.”

Last year, Tan Fook-Wan Wah won the Asian Badminton Championships title, finished as the runners-up in the All-England and Hong Kong Open and reached the semi-finals of the Malaysian and Thailand Opens.

The duo, however, were uninspiring at the World Championships in Madrid.

Currently, five other men's pair ranked behind them in the world rankings are Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari-Lin Woon Fui (seventh), Gan Teik Chai-Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif (11th) and Tan Bin Shen-Ong Soon Hock (31st).

The two new pairs – Doha Asiad Games gold medallist Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong and Kuala Lumpur Open champion Chan Chong Ming-Hoon Thien How – are also formidable but they still have yet to establish themselves in the world rankings.

Kim Hock, however, said Tan Fook-Wan Wah would have to prove themselves to be considered for major tournaments.

“We are happy to have a big pool of doubles players in the national team. There will be no special preferences. The race will be open for everyone. This will keep everyone on their toes,” he said.

The major tournament for the national team this year is the Sudirman Cup in Glasgow, Scotland in August.

Asked if the partnership of Tan Fook-Wan Wah would be split and paired up with youngsters, Kim Hock said: “That is not our plan yet. I think we have done enough tweaking with some of the other partnerships.”

“It will not be wise to split partnerships this year as we are currently in the qualifying period for the world meet while the qualifying period for the Olympic Games will begin in May. Besides, the world rankings will also be important if we want our players to compete in the Super Series this year.”

Following the success of new partnerships of Kien Keat-Boon Heong, Chong Ming-Thien How, there was an option for the coaches to team up Tan Fook and Wan Wah with either Bin Shen or Soon Hock.

The back-up pair of Bin Shen and Soon Hock, who had been earmarked for the future, failed to make headway last year.

Currently, all six men's pairs are preparing for the Malaysian Open, which will begin on Jan 16 at the Kuala Lumpur Badminton Stadium (KLBA).

Last year, Chong Ming and Kien Keat were the champions.

Full Moon dinner at Goh Teow Kee Restaurant, Sg Ara

On the 3rd January 2007, Daddy organised a full moon dinner for Ee Shuen. Participants is all Mummy's and Daddy's family members. Before going out for the dinner, Ee Shuen was dressed up with a nice clothes.

This is the first time that Ee Shuen out from the house ( besides all those visits to the hospital previously ). ee Shuen was put in the Combi stroller after arriving the restaurant. She was so quiet and sleeping for the 2 hours while we're in the restaurant so that everybody can enjoy the dinner...

These are some of the dishes that Mummy ordered for your full moon dinner. Everybody was enjoying the dinner... Yummy....

Daddy - the barber.....

Ee Shuen's full moon is on the 4th Jan 2007 according to lunar calendar. So, on the 3rd January 2007 ( Saturday ), Daddy and Mummy organised a dinner for Daddy's and Mummy's family. Before the dinner, Daddy act as the barber. He cut Ee Shuen's hair. According to Chinese custom, normally they will cut baby's hair to be either "botak " or a little bit. What does this means? Mummy also don't know..... Ah Ma, "wai Po " & Mummy have to hold Ee Shuen'shead, hands & legs so tat Daddy can give you a nice hair cut.

Friday, February 2, 2007

when Daddy back from work....

When Daddy comes back from work, he'll come and look for Ee Shuen... Mummy says he can't carry me because he haven't bath yet....

my babysitter - grandma?

Grandma purposely came from Ipoh to take care of mummy & Ee Shuen. She came here since 9th January 2007, after mummy & Ee Shuen discharge from hospital. she'll be going back to Ipoh this Sunday.
What she's busy with the whole month when she's with us in Penang? she cuddle ee shuen and carry her whenever she cry, take care of mummy's diet, boil ginger water for mummy to bath, wash clothes......
we'll missed grandma as she'll be going back this weekend.... but she promise to come to visit us whenever she's free....