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16  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: Does overstimulation lead to hyperactivity? on: June 22, 2009, 06:04:04 AM
i completely agree with you KL!i noticed with my cousin's kid who is more on TV(mostly cartoons showing violence and aggression){some parents think that cartoons are safe!}that she is hyperactive and copying what she has seen on TV.
i can say that my son is active though his activeness is nothing like you want to tie him up! Wink whenever i put him to sit in front of the laptop for his LR lesson, he shows activeness as well but i find it positive bec he is responding to the lesson we are having.
I should say that we as parents should watch what we are "feeding" our children young mind. not all cartoons are safe for our children to see. moreover, exposing your child to a good stimuli such as colors,shapes basically educational will benefit your child more than u can imagine. But once the child shows signs of boredom, give it a break, it should always be fun time and enjoyable for both u n ur child.
17  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: Banishing the Binky (pacifier) on: June 11, 2009, 02:08:48 AM
go have ur dentist check ur son's teeth asap as i told u, my niece' dentist had mentioend that it should have been corrected in a much earlier age so that the damage would have been lesser.

it good to know that u were able to remove the pacifier from ur daughter now, great work!
18  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: Flying with a 10 month-old... on: June 11, 2009, 02:03:22 AM
i have experienced this!i first flew when issam was 4 months old, which is much easier then when issam turned 9months, its well say challenging bec the boy is more active than ever. happymomof5 have mentioned some good pointers already which i have been using as well.
*another thing, wear something comfy for both u n ur child, especially if its a long trip.
*try to check in way ahead of time so u can request a seat which is very convinient, i always asked for the front row, bec it has a big space for ur legs where ur kiddo can play while the plane is on flight. its usually the bassinet seat though u dont need to get a bassinet since ur kid is big for it already.
*when u give a toy to ur kid, don't give everything at one shot, give one toy at a time so that he does not get bored easily.
moreover, don't stress urself too much, its ok that babies will cry sometimes during the flight, the passengers will not mind it, its a something they are forced to accept since they r babies n kids in the flight.
enjoy ur trip and let ur kid enjoy it as well

19  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / Re: what color are those babies eyes on: June 01, 2009, 08:38:19 AM
issam eyes are mostly dark brown but when he is under the sun, his eyes become light brown.
20  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / Re: Advice on going back to work on: June 01, 2009, 08:35:58 AM
going back to work is really tough! after spending time at home with ur kid, its really difficult but one thing to consider is what will be best for u and your kid and ur whole family.

consider all the pro's & cons in making ur decision.

good luck and hope that ur decision will be the best for u n ur family.

21  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / Re: Are you addicted? on: June 01, 2009, 08:32:14 AM
its really addictive since it brings alot of good info and tips plus so many things to pick up to teach our children. as much as i want to stay for hours in browsing this site, i just could not manage to since my son requires a lot of attention. the only time i can be on this site is when he is asleep in the night and when all my chores are done! Sad
however, if i find a good time to spend, i definitely spend it on this site!
22  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / Re: I've betrayed you all on: May 29, 2009, 06:17:14 PM
i want to do the same thing now!the people i have encountered always gave me a silly look after knowing that i am doing a program for my son!
so dont worry i think its instinct!
23  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / Re: girls or boys?? on: May 21, 2009, 10:42:45 PM
in the begginning i wanted to have a baby girl and hubby wanted a boy as first baby. during the first trimester could not shop anything for the baby since we still did not know the gender but i was always heading to the girls section because they are so cute!
when my ultrasound came and announced it was a boy, i was very happy and hopefull that everything will be alright.
now i am very inlove with my lovely son, hubby n i are hoping for girl but not soon.
24  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: How did you deliver your baby? Vaginal or Cesarean? on: May 21, 2009, 10:18:05 PM
my experience from pregnancy to the delivery was really great!i don't mind doing it again! Wink i thank GOD for this!

i had a vaginal delivery WITHOUT epidurial!

the moment i learned i was pregnant, started to do researches on whats happening to my body, to my baby, what are the things to expct during pregnant and during the delivery, i have came acrossed an e-book "birth naturally" which totally caught my attention. it was all about giving birth the natura way without any medical intervention, according to the book, and i quote, "a person in a comma state would be able to deliver the baby what more when u r in your full sense",with this the author was trying to suggest that delivery should flow down naturally.

i dwelt in understanding the effects of having epidurial during delivery on the baby and i was totally scared. according to the author, there is fear only bec u dont know what will happen, and when u are afraid, te body become tensed thus making ur tissues and muscle to contract therefore making the delivery painful.the perfect condition should be relaxed and calm in order to have the delivery flow down smoothly.he encourages rehearsing the scene in the mind over and over.

my ob-gyne had given me a date of 3rd march, but i delivered on the 7th instead. i went to see my ob on the 6th asking her if i am still good and made sure that my son is well. i was having cramps but it was very minimal almost like gas so i did not paid any attention. the hospital would not admit if there is no pain.

after getting a reassurance that im ok and that my son is good as well, ob did mentioned that delivery date is either +-1week so i was relaxed. i wanted to go out since its the weekned but both hubby n mum refuse since i can deliver anytime now. we all stayed home and bored ourselves with tv and playstation!i had a tea infusion that night (after 9months, finally a taste of caffine)and went to bed, i am telling you it was the best sleep ever since the last trimester of my pregnancy (trips to the bathroom was a disaster),then at 5am of 7th, i went to the bathroom to pee, and found a blood spotting on my underwear. under a very calm and relaxed tone, i went to my husband and whispered that "i think its time for us to go the hospital",because its the wee hours of the day, he wasn't sure what i said and asked me again, then when it finally sinked into him, he jumped from the bed, and starting to panic,mother came and ask whats happening,there was no pain(was expecting major contracting pains)so we decided to wait till the daylight comes to go to the hospital.

i went back to bed, i was cramping but its really something like during when my period starts to come which was totally bearable. i did not pay attention to the contractions timing bec i did not know that i am actually in labor. woke up in the morning of the 7th march at 8am, went to pee and again saw small blood spot, took shower and prepare myself to go the hospital.
this part is really funny, i was gettig ready to go the hospital, i mean getting ready - putting on make up and put on a pretty preggy dress!my husband came inside and saw what i am doing, he said to me, we r going to the hospital and u r going to deliver why r u putting on make up still? i just said, i dont want to look ugly on the pictures later on! laugh  LOL

went to the hospital, went straight to the ob section and informed them that i might be in labor now, stillthe contractions was very minimal. they put me in a pre-labor room so that sop's can be done.when thenurse came, i was lil irritated bec she was carrying a shringe and i was very clear i do not want any drug even the dextrose drops but need to be under the drops.she wanted to see any allergic reaction to antibiotics and given me to clear my stomach.

passed stool and made back to the bed, then felt that i needed to pass another stool but the nurse said she will get the ob. then she made a physicall check and said that i am fully dilated already and the feeling i am having is the baby actually pressing down already so they put me in the delivery room already and the the ob was coaching me now on how i should do the pushing and breathing. my husband was speaking to the nurse outside and asking if i am being cut ceasarian already since he can not hear me shouting nor crying Wink the nurse just said that this section is for normal delivery and the left section is for c-section.
the ob said that i need to push long in order not to hurt the baby, if i push i dont need to hold it back bec this can hurt the baby.and i have to think that i did not pass stool for couple days and now is the time. Wink

because i was mentally prepared, i was  not scared and i was calm and relaxed, the delivery flow down so smoothly.

i made a long push (no screaming required), ob said that she can see the head of the baby already so i was even motivated to prolong the push thinking that i might hurt my baby if i withdraw it back, then i push once more and there i saw an eggplant color in the hands of my doctor. but he was not crying yet so i ask whats wrong with my baby, then my son made a small squeak sound and immediately he was taken by the pedia to check his vitals and heard a very loud cry!that was the happiest time of my life smile he was brought  in my arms and it was the most wonderful feeling i ever had in my life!!!i cant stop thanking GOD!

after everything was done, i was having subway sandwich and a pepsi on top of the delivery table and my son cuddled in a soft blankie in my arms!
25  EARLY LEARNING / Early Learning - General Discussions / Re: need advice on second child on: May 21, 2009, 09:07:05 PM
having the 2nd child is a big responsibilities!my hubby wants a big family as well, he wants to have atleast 3 children, can u imagine!but we have both agreed that we will wait another year for the next child. my son is now 14 months and like ur child he needs alot of attention and love, at his age he is already jealous and possessive over us. when my son turns at least 2.5 yrs old, it would be easier for him to understand and accept sibling.
you should consider all the things before having another child, like are you physically ready for another child. it will be very difficult for you i guess since ur child is still very young who definitely needs all your attention and care. some parents think that its better to have all the kids grow at the same so that it will be 1 shot hardwork but i totally disagree. i want my son to enjoy his toddler years and we wnt to enjoy him first before thinking of bringing another one in the family.
discuss it with ur hubby,bec when another baby comes into the picture then both of u has to care for each child. the first will be with him and you attending to the new born.
the important thing is ARE YOU BOTH READY, its not about chasing the gender of the child u wanted.
26  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: What are your thoughts on co-sleeping with your baby? When & how to stop it? on: May 20, 2009, 07:14:36 PM
my situation is quite the opposite of u guys, when my son was born, he was so fragile looking and tiny, i was scared that if i keep him with us on the same bed we might accidentally cover him with blankets or our hands or legs will lay on him which is why we have kept him on his basinet.he was doing ok till he learns to turn, we move him to his cot but it is next to our was running smoothly.his sleeping patterns are very good, since he was born he sleeps straight during the night. thank God for that, i did not experience the waking in the middle of night even now that his 14months.BUT, my dilemma starts when hecan stand up, he refused to sleep on his cot now, wheneever i moved him back to his cot he will wake up and cries alot till i move him back to the bed with us.
i dunno how i can stop this and make him sleep on his bed.... wacko
27  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: Banishing the Binky (pacifier) on: May 20, 2009, 07:02:23 PM
binky?wow this is the first time i ever heard of the term referring to pacifier! yes
my son used to soothe with a pacifier as well but as early as 2nd month, he has withdrawn from it,but has resorted to thumb sucking, but his thumb sucking is not really habitual, only when he needs to sleep and whenever he sees his duckie towellet which is y i keep duckie away from him during the day. and when he tends to start to suck his thumb while watching, i will immediately take his thumb away from his mouth and keep his attention caught to something else. like a song with hands clapping.
don't wait too long to remove the pacifier, just do it bec at the end of the day its ur child's teeth involve as u have mentioned that u have seen bad growth already.also, let the dentist see the teeth now bec my niece dentist mentioned that it can be corrected immediately and no need to wait for older age to install the braces.
the child may cry but it will only be a while.
good luck!
28  Parents' Lounge / General Parenting / Re: Learning to use a spoon on: May 19, 2009, 10:03:24 PM
my son has started to use spoon and fork while eating (not at the same time, either ones) however, he would prefer our cutleries rather than his own which is in plastic sets, he would always grab ours and would not use his own set.
i started giving him spoon at the age of 10 months, just to play with it (he use it as a drum stick, as teether)but i wanted him to be familiar with the spoon and to get the grip of it as well. when he turned 11th months, i saw himplaying with his spoon n plate and pretending to spoon something from the plate and put it in his mouth, which was very surprising for me, then later on,tried to put some solids in the plate.
continue to encourage ur children the use of cutleries, mess is fine, although it gets bit tiring to clean every time, what i did with issam, i keep him seated on the floor especially when his eating yogurt, if he tries to stand n move around the house, i will sit him again on the same spot,n i sit with him on the floor as well. now he sits on the same spot every time he eats!so i hve to clean only that area now! Wink
29  Parents' Lounge / Coffee Corner - General Chat / FREE -Signing Time 10% discount coupon (for 1 item) on: May 19, 2009, 09:40:18 PM
hi guys!
is anyone of u interested for a FREE discount coupon? yap i have 1 discount coupon which i had purchased with my loyalty points but apparently can't use it bec it will be more costly for me to have the dvd ship to my place and have check the local stores here and unfortunately its not available here.

so if anyone is interested, please pm me so i can forward you the coupon.its free no strings attached, i just dont want the coupon to go to waste. Sad
30  EARLY LEARNING / Teaching Your Child Math / Re: The Kumon Method on: May 13, 2009, 08:45:18 AM
my niece have attended KUMON classes in reading and math which i have found very helpful. i have seen how motivated and perseverins she was while doing the worksheets.and even up to this point, she is now on the 5th grade, the training implemented during the classes has been carried forward which i think is a good thing as she goes to another school much bigger ones.
i really hope that there are KUMON centers here in the middle east so that i can enroll my son as well.
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