Post by MamaFiza on February 15, 2009
Wish you were in peaceful weekend *hugs*
Just a lil bit of update for last 2 weeks (will update for another week later, too many activities + pics but limited time for blogging, ugugu) *gomen ne*:
- Big bro KiruaMi-cHan’s enrolled new class: Junior HipHop Dance :-DHe loves it and he’s dance instructor is superb!Her name is Miss Misato *yes, she’s Japanese athletic lady*, very sweet and kind.
Note: Even though the King a.k.a PaPa was a break dancer before and teaches KiruaMi-chan since he’s 2 years old, he suggested big bro to try new class to chill-out and meet new friends.
- Big Sis ReiHi-cHan’s ballet teacher informed me that ReiHi will be upgrade to new class in March 2009 for Pre-Primary Ballet, gosh she’s no more in Baby Ballet class! *how quickly time flies when you’re having fun baby girl* 😉 Note: ReiHi: now entitled as new ballet teacher for Lil Sis YunaFi-cHan >_<
Have fun at Alamanda before starting his new class.
Lil Sis YunaFi-cHan, bro and sis 😉
Lil HidE-cHan’s sniffin’ PaPa’s sleeve!
KiruaMi-cHan in his dance class~
With his adorable teacher: Miss Misato *smiles*
Lil HidE: waiting for bro~
BBQ Stingray wrapped with Turmeric Leaves
Water bottle for extra class: Yellow for Sis, White for Bro ^-^
Big bro latest project with PaPa *boys moment!*: build Mini 4WD
Try to search for Tamiya brand, sadly Sold-Out in 5 branches Next time k.
Keep on good attitude mommies Homeschooling is the BEST!
May Allah swt always bless & help you. Amin~
Gambatte ne! *cuddles*
Post by MamaFiza on February 14, 2009
Yep, it is me 😉
I’m 24 and realised that piano is something I’d really like to learn since my childhood days (never took a piano lesson in my life before, but always eager to learn) – am I too old to start new lesson at 24 though?
Answer: NOPE at all if you find SUPERB teacher and with your strong will >_<
Alhamdulillah, I guess I’m very lucky this year. The King a.k.a hubby suggested me to continue my childhood dream in learning music and gave me special gifts, last Monday. It’s a brand new Yamaha PSR-E213 Keyboard.
He just simply told me: “I believe in you. You’d learn first, then do teach me and our kiddies” , God! I am speechless -_- *you’re so lovely honey*
Amazingly, with only 25 minutes of piano personal coaching routine for me in 2 days, I already know lots about the Perfect Octave, flat + sharp tones, play in C Major and G Major, keys, scales, play “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Mary Had A Little Lamb 😉 play by ear and using both of my hands. Yes, just within 50 minutes, remarkable rite? *alhamdulillah*
I have had an awesome days at home with my beloved kids and hubby. They quickly learned a lot from me and all of them managed to play with both hands too *they can even play the instrument with their eyes closed and yet, they never go wrong. It seems that they can picture the piano keys inside their minds and play the songs with ease and comfort (alhamdulillah)* with lots of FUN 😀
Putting God first causes me to be too blessed to be stressed! I know I am blessed and I am so thankful and grateful to a wonderful and loving and generous God.
I found the best piano teacher ever: Sir Andrew Furmanczyk! He’s 22 years old, a pianist *young + talented*, from Prince George, Canada. He’s very kind to my family and I, sponsoring my piano lesson, surprisingly he’s even a charming person; was homeschooled from age 5-17 !
OMG! My personal piano coach Andrew was magnificent >_<
Sir Andrew Furmanczyk: my brilliant piano teacher 😉
Coming soon: I will upload video of my piano lesson with my kiddies. Insya-Allah.
Go for it mommies! Go for anything!
Just pick something you’re passionate about and do your best to stick it out during the good and bad times.
Learning a new skill like playing piano will be much fun, but will also require patience and discipline.
It’s worth it!
Best of luck to you! 😉 God bless!
Post by MamaFiza on February 13, 2009
Hola mommies >_<
How’s your weekends? May God bless your weekend 😉
It’s no secret that we here at LittleKittle.com are big fans of Les’ Copaque artwork. That said,
I we was extremely excited to watch Geng: Pengembaraan Bermula (fea. Upin & Ipin). I We couldn’t wait to see what they’d do with a limited movie budget.
Alhamdulillah, we went to GSC Alamanda Putrajaya on 12th February 2009 *after booked online ticket at GSC website-hassle free*, and support the gang, bravo for your marvelous artwork Les’ Copaque. A.W.E.S.O.M.E!!! 😀
You better watch the movie momma
This the time for you to teach “The art of Film Appreciation” for your lil toddler. Watching movies IS an art.
For the person who wants more than just a superficial encounter with images and stories on the box, I recommend this approach. And there is nothing like seeing all the action bigger than life.
If you would like to know more about this movie, please visit:
Now that I’ve sat through the movie I have mixed feelings, though I’m still leaning primarily towards the good side. There is an absolutely amazing level of detail in every frame of animation. The story had some very interesting elements, the community was amazing, the characters were great: qualities that made them unique.
All in all, Geng: Pengembaraan Bermula is definitely worth watching. It had its cheesy elements and some funny moments, but for the animation and music alone it’s worth the time investment. Even being as picky as I am, I still really enjoyed the movie overall. The characters were good and the concept was interesting.
The King and lil HidE-cHan ^-^
So what are you waiting for, mommies? 😉
Have fun, do take care *cuddles*~
Lots of love,