Update: April 2009 (Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu, Ballet, Piano Lesson, Explorer)

Post by MamaFiza on April 28, 2009 

Good afternoon gorgeous mommies :)

Wish you were in good day *hugs*

Firstly, gazillion thanks mommies for your sweet support, may God bless your kind heart >_<

Just a lil bit of update regarding to our fun homeschool activities *alhamdulillah*:

Hard work always pays, bro! Great job ^-^

Doing his own revision *alhamdulillah* πŸ˜‰

Cute pose from my lil ballerina, wonderful job sis! πŸ˜€

Cheeky lil pianist, lovely job gal πŸ˜‰

My lil explorer *chuckles*


FYI, children at age 3 to 6 are very dominant in their right brain.

They are creative, imaginative, asking lots of surprising questions.

Parents have to be often observed this behavior and find the correct ways to teach them how to make use of this talent!

Some tips to teach your lil angel:

To be able to teach a toddlers class, you will need to understand something about child development, and structure the classes in such a way as to compliment and reinforce this.

Child development has four main aspects, and these are as follows (collectively, these are known as “PIES” (easy way of remembering them!):

Teaching toddlers can be an extremely rewarding undertaking as you can often see the results of your efforts almost immediately *Insya-Allah*. It is well worth the extra efforts involved πŸ˜‰

Recommended teaching methods for toddler & preschoolers:

Children of this age have:

This means that your lessons will need to be the following:

Practice make perfect πŸ˜‰Β  Practice is the last secret.

Keep on tryingΒ  mommies ;) Homeschooling is the BEST!

May Allah swt always bless & help you. Amin~

Gambatte ne! *cuddles*

Parkour Sensation for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Post by MamaFiza on April 26, 2009 

Wish you were in the pink of health dear mommies πŸ˜‰

For this week updates, we would like to contribute on Extreme Sport; Parkour Sensation for Toddlers & Preschoolers.

When I found out about parkour from my beloved hubby, I was like, ‘Wait, it’s a sport?‘ ” ^0^

Understand that this art has been created by few soldiers in Vietnam to escape or reach: and this is the spirit I’d like parkour to keep. You have to make the difference between what is useful and what is not in emergency situations. Then you’ll know what is parkour and what is not. So if you do acrobatics things on the street with no other goal than showing off, please don’t say it’s parkour. Acrobatics existed long time ago before parkour~David Belle (Founder of Parkour)

Warming up >_<

What is Parkour?

If you think that parkour sounds like something that young kids are fanatic about, you’d be totally right.

The King a.k.a PaPa, personally had been teaching our kids “parkour” since last year and they really love it *alhamdulillah* πŸ˜€

These are some of my kids weekly workout routine as beginner in this utmost games (more to learn, Insya-Allah):

“There are no limits, only obstacles, and every obstacle can be overcome” ~ Parkour


Below are some of our kiddies pictures to show their moves πŸ˜‰

Starting up!


Almost touch the sky >_<

Great job bro!

Smooth landing sis ^_- Good job!

Go on sis!

Cute jump with lil bear, lil sis? ^-^

Ahh, just can’t resist this -_^

Jumping together *marvelous!*

Watching tips from big bro ;)

Athletic boy ^-^

Practice in balancing ^-^


Wish ya great luck mommies ;)

May you have a superb time with your little ones this weekend.

May Allah swt blessed your valuable family. Amin~

p/s: Click HERE to join Moms”Haaku” Club and do click HERE if you like to join Easy-Peasy Book Guide for Moms Mini Talk! ^-^

I Love My Haters

Post by MamaFiza on April 26, 2009 

“Haters are confused admirers who can’t understand why everybody else likes you” ~ Sir Paulo Coelho


My melody for Dear Haters:

Check It Out [by Miss Nicki Minaj]

Stepped up in the party like my name was β€œthat b***h”.
All these haters mad because I’m so established.
They know I’m a beast, yeah I’m a f**king savage
Haters you can kill yourself.
In my space shuttle and I’m not coming down
I’m a stereo and she’s just so monotone
Sometimes it’s just me and all my bottles all alone
I ain’t coming back this time

Who’s Laughing NowΒ [byΒ Miss Jessie J]

She broke out of the box

Swallowed your pride
You got that ego cough
Let the haters hate
You’re like way too late
Click click to see I got a message from you
“Hola, I’m proud of you”
“Oh my God babe your voice is like wow! “
My reply: Who’s laughing now? πŸ˜‰

Oh, so you think you know me now
Have you forgotten how
You would make me feel
When you drag my spirit down?
But thank you for the pain
It made me raise my game
And I’m still rising, I’m still rising

So make your jokes
Go for broke
Blow your smoke
You’re not alone
But who’s laughing now
But who’s laughing now

So raise the bar
Hit me hard
Play your cards
Be a star
But who’s laughing now
But who’s laughing now
Who’s laughing, laughing now?

Note: Parental Advisory, please do respect all lyrics as work of art.

May God bless upon you mommies, do carefullest onΒ  Internet blog hater, they just couldn’t get enough of you.

Gosh, isn’t the last thing on earth you probably want to Google for?

To Whom It May Concern : You just using your email as cover up, I have your complete information, GET A LIFE! Thus, these print-screen are specially for you πŸ˜‰


This wonderful video is dedicated to all the haters out there:

BTW, your mean acts don’t affect me because I have tons of support plus love from my lovely family and blogging pals *Alhamdulillah*

Note: Please click here if you can’t view the above video.

Credit to The King for detective’s work ^0^

p/s: Next time haters, please at least learn to use proxy, alright? Daa -_-

Date: Jan 23, 2008

Greetings and lots of love to you πŸ˜‰

Gazillion of thanks and hugs for all your devoted encouragement on our home-school blog.

I didn’t expected to get any respond on our tiny site, thus your love makes us grow πŸ˜‰

We had received many personal emails worldwide about parenthood since year 2006 *thank you so much*

Thank You!

However, my email’s mailbox & comment box *oh, now even tha shoutbox! ahaha ridiculous!* also had been loaded up with “blog haters“.

Notice: This is my family private blog; a loving journey of home-school, contribute to my beloved husband and lovely kiddies.

I am not the one whom; qualified/certificated Paediatrician or such.

All the writings is 100% based on my personal know-how derived from my experienced & reading through the wonder of Internet and books.

I am no one to accept your generous words. Only God deserved it all.

Nevertheless, thank you so much for your support. May Allah swt bless your kindness family. Amin~

Some of FAQ that I loved to share:



Phenomenon of Internet Persona non Grata? *yay*


Who ever you are, may Allah swt blessed you and embrace you with His Almighty πŸ˜‰

On my personal side, I am no one to be proud of.

Thank you.

p/s: Now I puzzled over, why on earth; I never gain any criticisms from abroad readers *wink*

(even thought my hubby already traced your I.P *cheerio*)

Lacing Card Craft

Post by MamaFiza on April 25, 2009 

Hola dearest dedicated mommies πŸ˜‰

What did you do this weekend with your toddler?

If you don’t have any particular purpose, you could just make lacing card craft with your lil angel >_<

Cheerful boy with his favorite dinosaurs πŸ˜‰

Lacing projects are a great craft for toddlers to complete anytime.

Lacing teaches hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, basic sewing skills, practice tying knots and bows (shoelaces!).

Accomplished! ^0^

Print out, laminate fun lacing cards for your toddler. Punch holes around the edge with a single hole punch, then pass out shoe strings/ribbons or yarn and let the fun begin.

Some of our kiddies lacing cards collection πŸ˜€

Things You’ll Need:

Additional notes:

Optional:Β  Let the children use glitter, paint or stickers to further decorate their completed project.


Have fun mommies.

Just remember: safety first! πŸ˜‰

*gambatte ne*

May all the best to you. Amin~

p/s: Click HERE to join Moms”Haaku” Club and do click HERE if you like to join Easy-Peasy Book Guide for Moms Mini Talk! ^-^

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