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Monday, November 21, 2011

Baby CLovey 6 Months!

Hey ya'll, i love to share to all of you my baby already 6 months age yesterday 20.11.11.. Brought her to 'jalan-jalan' cari makan yesterday.. she is getting stronger and big... she is a good girl and good listener..patient like daddy, cute like mummy (^_^). Dear God, please always looks over her, and give patience to the people who will take care of her. Now, then, and forever. Amen.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

End of JOB

Hey ya'll...morning... I am actually just decide the hardest and difficult decision.. RESIGN of my current job...
Reason is to take care of my daughter.. hurmm...that will be my next exciting commitment.. even, there are some other main reason, which i will not mention 'em. What I wish now is the best for whatever projects I am going to do after this. Sure i can do it. Right after I am succeed I will share to ya'll.. Wish me luck and GB me...Wish all my BP friends all the best as well.

My beLoved Queenly, we will be together all the time next month. Hope everything will be alright. Thanks God for this decision. I believe this is your plan for me. Amen.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Your 5-month-old: Week 4

How your baby's growing:

Your baby now sees and hears the world almost as well as you do. Her communication skills are expanding rapidly, too, as evidenced by her squeals, bubbling sounds, and operatic octave changes. Her sounds can demonstrate her attitude or response to objects — such as happiness, eagerness, or even satisfaction with a problem well solved.

At this age, about half of babies babble, repeating one syllable — such as ba, ma, ga, or other consonant-vowel combinations — over and over. A few will even add another syllable or two, making their sounds more complex.

You can encourage your baby by babbling right back at her and by making a game of it ("The sheep says, 'baaa,'" or "The goat says, 'maaa'"). Or, when you hear a syllable you can't identify, just respond enthusiastically with something like, "Yes, that is a car! See how shiny the red paint is?" Your baby will appreciate your keeping the conversation going.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Your 5-month-old: Week 3

How your baby's growing:

Your baby's getting better at spotting very small objects and tracking things that are moving. At this point, he may be able to recognize an object after seeing only part of it — like his favorite toy peeking out from under a blanket. This will be the basis of little hide-and-seek games you'll be playing in the coming months. He can also follow an object out of his view.

You may also notice that he'll reach for a block (or another object) on a table if you hold him close to it, and once he's got one, he may just go after a second.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Your 5-month-old: Week 2

How your baby's growing:

Your baby may start showing signs of one of her first major emotional milestones — stranger anxiety. She may become clingy and anxious around new (and even familiar) people and may cry if a stranger suddenly approaches her.

Keep this in mind when you're around people she doesn't know, and try not to be embarrassed when she cries in someone else's arms — just take her back and calm her down by holding her yourself. Tell your friends and family to approach your little one with slow, gentle movements.

A case of stranger anxiety doesn't mean you have to avoid new faces. Your baby will benefit from being around people other than you and your partner. Just remember that she needs your patience and understanding to get through this very important stage of development.

• Learn more fascinating facts about your 5-month-old's development.