Tuesday, July 27, 2010

34 weeks of pregnancy

Your baby now weighs about 4 3/4 pounds (like your average cantaloupe) and is almost 18 inches long. 
His fat layers — which will help regulate his body temperature once he's born — are filling he out, making he rounder. His skin is also smoother than ever. His central nervous system is maturing and his lungs are continuing to mature as well. 

If you've been nervous about preterm labor, you'll be happy to know that babies born between 34 and 37 weeks who have no other health problems generally do fine. They may need a short stay in the neonatal nursery and may have a few short-term health issues, but in the long run, they usually do as well as full-term babies.

On 34 weeks: Baby weighs as much as a cantaloupe
Your baby has bulked up like the average cantaloupe -- to about 4 3/4 pounds. (Length: almost 18 inches, head to heel.)

TQ : Baby Centre 4 the source.. 


Sunday, July 18, 2010

Cara memandikan & membedung bayi..

Sy makin bersemangat setiap hari...
Sy makin xsabar tuk menjadi ibu.. Hehe..

Ada saja perkara baru yg ingin sy plajari..
4 2day, sy nk share cara memandikan & membedung bayi..

Utk cr memandikan bayi sila klik di SINI.. Tq to Permata Bonda 4 info.. Highly appreciated..

Dan... Vidoe dari YouTube ni harap dpt membantu tuk cr membedung bayi..

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Why Newborns Look so Funny???

Source : Baby Centre 

Few newborns look like beauty contest winners, which isn't surprising when you consider what they've been through. But is it really normal for their heads to be so pointy and their genitals so swollen? Here's the top-to-toe scoop on why newborns look so, well, strange.

If you gave birth vaginally, you may take a look at your baby's head and think, "No wonder!" It's big compared to the rest of your baby's body!

Your baby's head may also look a little misshapen or kind of pointy. This is called molding, and it happens as babies squeeze through the birth canal. Your baby's head should return to its original shape in about a week.

C-section babies don't come through the birth canal, so they have an edge in the looks department. Their heads come out nice and round because they don't get squeezed.

The soft spots on your baby's head, called fontanels, are diamond-shaped openings in the skull covered by a thick layer of skin. These openings — one in front and one in back — allowed the bones of your baby's skull to compress during his trip through the birth canal, and now they'll allow for the quick growth of his brain.

The rear fontanel will take about four months to close. The front one will take between nine and 18 months.

Arms and legs
After spending so much time curled up in the tight space of your uterus, your baby needs time to adjust to his new freedom and stretch out a bit. His arms and legs will uncurl within a week or two. When he does begin to stretch out, he'll probably appear a bit bowlegged.

Some babies find swaddling — being wrapped snugly in a blanket — to be comforting because it mimics the tighter quarters of the womb.

Your baby might lose a little weight in his first week, but he should regain it during the second week and continue to put on the ounces and pounds at a fast clip in the following months, quickly filling out his belly.

After ten to 14 days, your baby's umbilical cord stump will fall off, leaving an adorable little belly button.

Genitals and breasts
The genitals and breasts of newborn boys and girls alike often appear swollen. This is caused by the extra dose of hormones just before birth.

A little milky substance may even leak from your baby's nipples. Don't try to squeeze the liquid out – it's harmless and will dry up on its own. Girls may have a little white discharge or blood-tinged vaginal mucus.

All of this will go away in the first few weeks.
Newborn skin varies in appearance according to how far along your baby is at birth. Premature babies have thin, almost transparent skin that may be covered with a fine, downy hair called lanugo. You'll also see vernix, a cheesy white substance that protects a baby's delicate skin from the amniotic fluid. The farther along your pregnancy is when you deliver, the less lanugo and vernix your baby will have.

Babies of all races and ethnicities are born with reddish-purple skin that changes to pinkish-red within a day or so. The pink tint comes from the red blood vessels that are visible through your baby's still-thin skin. Because your baby's blood circulation is still maturing, his hands and feet may be bluish for a few days. Over the next six months, your baby's skin will develop its permanent color.

If your baby's skin takes on a yellowish tinge in the first few days of life, he may have a slight case of jaundice. More than half of healthy newborns show signs of jaundice, which happens as the body breaks down extra red blood cells.

Jaundice usually goes away within a week for full-term babies, but often hangs around slightly longer in preemies. It's usually nothing to worry about, but you should mention it to your healthcare provider.

About 30 to 40 percent of all babies are born with milia, small white or yellow dots on their face that look like tiny pimples. They usually disappear within three or four weeks without any special treatment.

If your baby has small pus-filled bumps that leave dark brown marks when they burst, it's probably pustular melanosis, a newborn rash more common in African American babies. There's no need to treat this condition. The marks will disappear by the time your baby is 3 or 4 months old.

Acne isn't unusual in new babies, either. About a fifth of newborns have a case of acne during their first month. Newborn acne is most likely to show up on the forehead and cheeks. It should disappear on its own within a few months.

Birthmarks — including Mongolian spots, angel kisses, and stork bites — are also common. They come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors and can show up anywhere on a baby's body. Certain types of birthmarks may not appear for several days or weeks after birth.

Most birthmarks are harmless. Many go away on their own in the first few years of life, although some are permanent.

Be prepared for some surprises when it comes to your baby's hair. Dark-haired Caucasian couples have been thrown for a loop by children born with bright red or blond hair, and fair-haired couples have been presented with Elvis Presley look-alikes. And then there are the parents who wonder what color that peach fuzz is, exactly.

That said, newborn hair doesn't tend to have much bearing on what your child's hair will eventually look like. Even if your baby was born with a full head of hair, he may begin to lose some or all of it in the first few weeks or months.

Don't worry — the hair will come back, although it may not look the same when it does. Babies born carrot tops can turn into blonds, raven-haired newborns can sprout fair tresses, and blonds often turn into brunettes.

Hair texture frequently changes in the first six months, too. You may find coarser, tighter ringlets growing in place of your baby's loose, fine curls, for example.

Most Caucasian babies, though certainly not all, are born with dark gray-blue eyes that can take months — even years — to reveal their permanent color. Many African American, Asian, and Hispanic babies are born with dark gray-brown eyes that don't change color significantly, but some may start out with hazel eyes that get darker as they approach 6 months.

Most often, the eye color you see at 6 to 9 months will be the one that sticks around.

Your baby's ears may be soft and floppy, and one of the edges may be bent over a bit. As the cartilage in your baby's ears becomes harder, his ears will become more defined.

Your baby's nose may look swollen from the pressure on it during delivery. It may also be a little flattened or even off-kilter. (He'll look less like a prizefighter in just a few days.)

33 weeks of Pregnancy..

TQ : Baby Centre

This week your baby weighs a little over 4 pounds (heft a pineapple) and has passed the 17-inch mark. He's rapidly losing that wrinkled, alien look and his skeleton is hardening. The bones in his skull aren't fused together, which allows them to move and slightly overlap, thus making it easier for him to fit through the birth canal. (The pressure on the head during birth is so intense that many babies are born with a conehead-like appearance.) These bones don't entirely fuse until early adulthood, so they can grow as his brain and other tissue expands during infancy and childhood.

33 weeks: Baby weighs as much as a pineapple.. 

Every baby develops a little differently, even in the womb. 
This info is designed to give you a general idea of your baby's development. 

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Sakit Otak..

Sakit otak hari ni.. Pepg aku dah hangin.. Try to control.. Tp apa kn daya.. Emo mengatasi segalanya..
Jd aku merayau2 kat tenet tuk cr videoclip yg aku tgk smlm kat 713.

Jadik... Layann..

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

I bought 4 U..

"Special 4 Org Mengandung”.. Tetb ja pas lunch td Uncle Ee dtg ngan plastic bag kicik..

Dlm hati aku.. “Apalah pulak kali ni.."

“Nah... I bought 4 u.. Ada org jual kat Padang Sera td.. ” Plastic bag di hulur kat aku..

“TQ uncle.." sambil bukak.. 

Dlm hati lg.. “Lah.. bru je terPK nk bli kat pasar malam balik kija jap gi..” 

“Uncle… TQ na..” 

Dia senyum je.. Pastu blah.. 

Walaupn pd korang apa yg aku dpt ni x la seberapa,
Tp bg aku sgt berharga/bermakna etc.. etc.. 
Ramainya yg ingat kat aku..
Dan yg bes ni rejeki bby..

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

32 weeks of Pregnant.. (56 days to go)

Tq to Baby Centre for info..

By now, your baby weighs 3.75 pounds (+- 1.8kgs) and is about 16.7 inches long, taking up a lot of space in your uterus. You're gaining about a pound a week and roughly half of that goes right to your baby. In fact, he'll gain a third to half of his birth weight during the next 7 weeks as he fattens up for survival outside the womb. He now has toenails, fingernails, and real hair (or at least respectable peach fuzz). His skin is becoming soft and smooth as he plumps up in preparation for birth.

Your baby is taking up more and more space in your uterus and weighs as much as a large jicama (sengkuang kalu xsilap).. about 3 3/4 pounds. (Length: about 16 3/4 inches, head to heel)

Rambutan Gading..

Tinggal lebey kurang sebln ja lg.. Dpt jugak akhirnya.. alhamdullillah.. TQ cik bby..

*Credit to En. Google tuk gambar..
(xsmpt nk snap gambaq kat umh, duk ghalit mkn.. hehe

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

31st week of Pregnancy..

I'm reaching 31st week last Friday.. Through info that i received via email from Baby Centre, i love to share some with you.. 

My pregnancy this week. 
This week, your baby measures over 16 inches long. He weighs about 3.3 pounds (try carrying four navel oranges) and is heading into a growth spurt. He can turn his head from side to side, and his arms, legs, and body are beginning to plump out as needed fat accumulates underneath his skin. He's probably moving a lot, too, so you may have trouble sleeping because your baby's kicks and somersaults keep you up. 
Take comfort: All this moving is a sign that your baby is active and healthy.

Baby now weighs as much as four navel oranges. (Length: over 16 inches, head to heel.)

Knowing about development of my baby week by week been such helpfull info to me.
: )


Semasa sesi blogwalking 2,3 hari ni.. Aku terjmp dgn 1 blog yg sgt la berilmu ni.. (4sho la pasal ngandung2 ni..)
Harap blog ni dpt bantu korang mcm mana blog ni bantu aku..

Sila klik di SINI..

Selamat menimba ilmu.. Hehe..

Thursday, July 1, 2010

xdok kijalah katakan..

Hoi haii again.. for 3rd time back to back.. (ceh nothing to do ka makcik ni.. asik ngadap tenet ja..) haha.. biar lah.. idea mengarang duk mencurah2 ni..

Humm.. nk buat cem na.. Liked I said b4.. mkn gaji buta lately.. Kija makin susut.. sbb byk dah delegate kat budak2.. prestasi kija pn aku rasa makin surut jugak.. makin malas nk gerak.. kaki makin bengkak.. strain at my lower abdomen, pastu tambah pulak dgn pain at my back (tail bone, pinggang bagai) ni makin hari makin terasa.. tp sakit yg bwk sinar kabahagiaan ni feel way to different.. kan2.. I'm getting more and more restless and uncomfortable. .. bule ka nk ngadu cemni??? 9 week to go ni.. mana x restless.. wakakaka..

Just nk refresh korang.. driver peribadi dah start lapor diri mgu lepas..( dia la driver dia la tukang kemas umah i.. sapa.. Mak Uda Hazel lah..) aku nk bwk keta pn xleh.. stereng blaga peot.. ampa bule bayang x tahap kebesaran peot ku ini.. hahhaa.. suma pakat duk kata twins.. Twins mai kot mana la kakcik oooi.. FYI kakcik, makcik sekalian.. Doctor says my baby's weight is normal.. yg nampak besaq tu mak dia ni kot.. biasa la,, dlukn badan saiz model gitew.. (mode prasan gitew).

Lah kul bp dah.. kan mmg mkn gaji buta.. duk ghalit ngadap pc ja.. k lah. GTG.. nk p solat lak.. jap g sambung mkn gaji buta.. miahahaha..