Post by MamaFiza on April 29, 2007
Yes, today is our homeschool; clean up day *yeepie*
KiruaMi-cHan and ReiHi-cHan were so eager to help me today. *good job sayang*
We want to decorate our study place now, see ya later! *ja ne*
p/s: BTW, I took ‘Flower Test’ today; I am a Snapdragon. Won’t you try?
“Mischief is your middle name, but your first is friend. You are quite the prankster that loves to make other people laugh.”
Post by MamaFiza on April 28, 2007
What is my favorite drinks? Of course ‘soybean milk‘
Since my childhood days, I craved for soybean milk and addicted to soybean till now.
After my toddler KiruaMi-cHan finished his breastfeeding period (for 30 months, Alhamdulillah) with me, I introduced soybean milk to him as his daily drinks.
For the first time, my hubby bought “Drinho: Soybean Drink” for him.
We have tried lots of brand but I suggested Drinho is the best due to no preservative added.
Others were too sweet and got some unpleasant smell. *this is just based on my experienced, no product advertisement attached*
Alhamdulillah, he loves soybean milk so much and makes us made our own homemade soybean milk.
LittleKittle’s Homemade Soybean Milk
400g soybeans, soak overnight
3 liters water + 1 liter water
Sugar or brown sugar to taste
Step by step guide:
Rinse and soak soybeans overnight or at least 6 hours.
Finely grind the cleaned and soaked soybean with 3 liters of water.
Squeeze out all liquid into a pot with a piece of muslin cloth.
Remove foam when necessarily.
Add 1 liter of water to the soybean milk to boil.
It tends to foam and overflow, so make sure the fire is low.
Add in the sugar or brown sugar to taste.
Tadaa! Your soybean milk is ready to serve *I love icy soybean milk ehe*
Easy right? Best of luck
p/s: my hubby never drinks soybean milk before, however after first date with me (I introduced him soybean milk), he also became soybean milk die-hard-fans; just like me. *winks*
Post by MamaFiza on April 27, 2007
An update for our homeschool out-time visit
Last February 2007, we went to IKEA Damansara. *it’s my childhood dream!*Weee!
Everyone was so happy, inside the car; KiruaMi-cHan and ReiHi-cHan non-stop singing and laughing together.
We can hardly wait to arrive at IKEA. It is our FIRST TIME.
Both of our lovely toddler help us to find new office furniture for our new studio. Truly fun and exciting moment! *love it*
Below are some of the pictures of our KiruaMi-cHan and ReiHi-cHan at IKEA:
For me, it is a very nice place, cozy, great food, good staff and I could give five star ranking to IKEA
As for my child; they just keep on running and running *uh oh I can’t keep up no more with them*
They asked me mountains of questions about those furniture, the design and even gave me ideas for the decoration *thanks sayang*
My hubby, my kids and myself, loves IKEA foods so much. We ate alot! *haha*
To mommies out there; why not bring your family to have a fun time there? *shopping+eating+playing*
p/s: till now my child keep asking me to read IKEA products tag which had been attached to every single item that we bought due to they want to know from which country it came from; *giggles*
KiruaMi-cHan once claimed:
Wow, our house and studio now full with stuff came from around the world!
Post by MamaFiza on April 26, 2007
Since my KiruMi-cHan is at the age of 7 months, I made boiled; broccoli, potatoes, carrots and capsicums for him.Really easy recipies and healthy for your child. *cheers*
- Firstly, cut and slice those veggies in cute shapes.
- Secondly, boiled ‘em in chicken stok (or fish or beef stok) *just a few minutes*
- Tadaa; cooled it and now it is ready to serve.
Note: Young toddler could not eat raw veggie due to they might easily choke.
Make sure you boiled it first to ensure it it soft and easy to chew.
In addition, I made my own homemade fruit puree and sauce to let my toddler dip the veggie with ‘em.
They love it because they could learn how to grab and hold the food while playing *dip-dip* the fruit sauces.
Sometimes, I also made pancakes for them. This is one of our toddler rutine menu for breakfast.
Life is so much fun, easy and healthy for my toddler. Won’t you try? *hugs*