How to Make First Bento with Your Toddler

Post by MamaFiza on October 29, 2008 

moshi-moshi mommies ;)

Wish you were in happy day *hugs*

Today, I’d love to share our moments of making first bento and tips on how to make perfect sushi rice~

Seaweed and vegetables are great for toddlers (and adults!) and since making sushi can be a fun project, it’s a great way to entertain your lil angel and get them to eat healthily.

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Lettuce, cucumber slices, crabsticks and carrots slices ;)

 

Sushi means “vinegar flavored rice”.
It is a simple food that can be prepared with foods we all know and love.
It does not have to involve any raw meats.

Learning how to cook rice and prepare sushi rolls is a window into Japanese culture.

Indeed, it is simply tasty and nutritious ;)

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Below are some of our pictures *alhamdulillah*:

 

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Preparation~

 

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My first tamago!

 

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Wohoo~ Cooling the tamago.

 

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YunaFi-cHan n Tamago *winks*

 

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Me: Guide my kiddies on how to make Maki Roll

 

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KiruaMi-cHan: Making his very first Maki Roll!

 

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Superb job big bro! *yatta*

 

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ReiHi-cHan: making her first Maki Roll! *uh oh*

 

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Splendid job big sis! *kawaii*

 

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Result: Kiddies Bento – Maki Roll + Tamago + Sushi Rice (shapes of bear, heart & star!)

 

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Result: Papa’s Bento – Maki Roll + Tamago + Chicken Teriyaki + Sushi Rice (shapes of bear, heart & star!)

 

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Here are some tips on “How To Make Perfect Sushi Rice“:

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Things You’ll Need:


Step by step guide
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To make great sushi, the fish needs to be fresh, and the rice needs to be sticky.

The following amounts will make about four cups of rice, enough to make several rolls or pieces of sushi nigiri.

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How to Make Sushi Rice (Gohan):

Step 1: Preparing the Vinegar

Step 2: Preparing the Rice

Step 3: Cooking the Rice

Step 4: Seasoning the Rice

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Tadaa~

Notes:

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Hopefully you’ll enjoy your “Sushi Day” with your toddlers too!

Gambatte ne mommies ;)

May Allah swt always blessed your day. Amin~

p/s: If you would like to do same activities with your precious toddler and love to get the above items, feel free to email me at littlekittlestore@gmail.com or just click here for details ;) We’ve only got 10 set. Delivery on 15 November 2008.

 

Toddler’s Japanese Culinary Arts

Post by MamaFiza on October 27, 2008 

moshi-moshi mommies ;)

How are you today? Wish you were in great health *hug*

A lil bit pictures update on our latest activity for this week: Toddler’s Japanese Culinary Arts.

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From Japan ;)

 

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Our famiri- *family* bento boxes~

 

I’ll attach new update regarding to how to teach your toddler to make bento and more tips by end of this week *Insya-Allah* :-D

See ya~ *cuddles* May God bless your day mommies!

p/s: If you would like to do same activities with your precious toddler and love to get the above items, feel free to email me at littlekittlestore@gmail.com or just click here for details ;) We’ve only got 10 set. Delivery on 15 November 2008.

Piggy Bank: How To Teach Toddler to Save Money

Post by MamaFiza on October 24, 2008 

Oyasumi nasai mommies ;)

May you have sweet dream.

Tonight, I love to share tips on money matter *giggles*.

For parents who are committed to a philosophy of frugal living, teaching kids to save money is a top priority.

Money management must be learned *uh oh!*.

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Big bro & big sis with Raya’s present from Nek Mi ;)

 

Teaching toddles to save money isn’t easy, however it’s worth it!. They usually want to spend money they receive immediately.

Often to encourage savings, you may need to show your toddlers the benefits of saving in exaggerated ways. Once they understand the concept you can back off a little.

 

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Piggy bank: Owned by KiruaMi-cHan & ReiHi-cHan

 

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Piggy bank: Owned by YunaFi-cHan & HidE-cHan

 

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Here are some tips on “How To Teach Toddler to Save Money“:

Things You’ll Need:


Step by step guide
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For every dollar your child saves, offer to put in a matching contribution. When they are little, you might be able to match 100%. Once they are older 25% or 50% might be reasonable to encourage them to save.

 

Notes:

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Don’t forget to try this money project with your toddler!

Gambatte ne ;)

May Allah swt always blessed your family. Amin~

 

Field Trip: Camping with Kiddies

Post by MamaFiza on October 22, 2008 

Ohayo gozaimasu mommies ;)

Are you and your lil angels looking for something different to do together as a family?

Well actually, you can have lots of fun right in your own backyard by pitching a makeshift tent, roasting marshmallows and sausages, plus snuggling down inside a warm sleeping bag!

It’s easy to plan a camp-out without ever having to leave home.

Last 2 months *oh yes, on my 14 days of confinement weeks ahaha*, we done for a BBQ and backyard camping field trip :-D

*thanks to the King a.k.a PaPa, my granny: Nenek, my dad: Ayah, my mom: Mak, my sis: Mea for great time-out!

Even though I am a rebellious child in my family, however I feel honored that I am able to treasure something so special that symbolized the love shared between me and my father:

When I am with my dad it is always an adventure. We go camping a lot. He taught me how to set up the tent and to build a fire since I am 14 years old. He teaches me to respect nature and to always make sure I don’t leave messes. Me and my father have a very special bond and camping together is always a special moment.

Today, I love to share tips on “How to Plan a Fun Camp Out for Toddler  in Your Own Backyard;)

Below are some of our pictures:

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Chicken lovers

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LittleKittle’s say cheese~

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Big bro: Big help!

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Big sis: Keep it up~

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Big bro & sis: Hard work!

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Chasing Atuk & Opah’s rabbits! *so kawaii, got 2 rabbits!*

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Preparation for BBQ: My sis Mea and my mum: Mak~

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My dad! a.k.a Atuk Honda *thehehe*

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Lunch hour ;)

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Start up!

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Camping time my dear ;)

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I guided them on how to set-up their own tent~

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Great job sayang!

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Tadaa~Completed!

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Sweating!

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Relieve~

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Some tips on How to Plan a Fun Camp Out for Toddler  in Your Own Backyard:

Things You’ll Need:

Step by step guide:

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Let’s go camping mommies ;)

May Allah swt blessed your lovely family. Amin~

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