Thursday, August 20, 2009


raina sekarang kuat menangis! dulu die menangis kalau sakit perut atau melibatkan sakit dan demam aje! sekarang ni, bangun tido nangis, nak tido nangis, tengah2 main nangis, tengah2 makan nangis... dah hilang panggilan 'budak yang pandai main sendiri' yang babysitter2 kat nurseri panggil raina ok huhuhuh then kene ade abah @ mama around her, kalau tak, nangis lagi...

ni video raina tengah melalak time makan! seperti biasa, sila tengok dengan kepala lentok ke kiri 90 darjah! tolong sape2 ajar saya nak edit video ni, aduiii

abah&mama pening tengok raina asyik nangis... siap mesej k.jar tanya, perangai haneen pun camni gak ke? k.jar cakap biasalah, kadang2 bile diorg tak tahan, k.jar angkat gak tapi a.long wat bodo aje... terbalik lak dengan saya, saya yg wat bodo, redza yang selalu angkat raina... arini buka emel dan babycenter baru taw (dah lama taw tapi baru kene, baru sibuk nak baca betul2 :)) ini adalah satu fasa bagi bayi nak kenal orang... standard umur raina, 9 bulan 1 minggu! tapi raina tak bermasalah lagi nak travel :) hopefully laa


Because of separation anxiety, this can be a tough time to be away from your baby for any length of time. But it may also be hard to travel with your baby right now. He's become used to his surroundings and familiar faces, and he likes predictability. So being on the road can disrupt his sense of security and routine, especially when visiting a new place or meeting lots of strangers.

At this age he doesn't grasp the concept of travel, but he'll realize he's in an unfamiliar place. Be ready for some cranky, clingy behavior and prepare plenty of distractions — picture books, noise-making toys, nesting blocks, hand puppets, and definitely his lovey, if he has one. Schedule plenty of downtime away from all the strangers to let him decompress.


How does your baby learn about his connection to other people? When does he start making friends? It all starts with you, his parents. You are your child's first playmates, his favorite people. He delights at the sound of your voices, the sight of your faces, and the touch of your hands. With your help, your baby will become familiar with others and begin to enjoy their company, too. This is the beginning of the development of your child's social skills.


Spend plenty of face-to-face time with your baby, especially in the first few months. He'll love the attention and will enjoy making faces with you. Invite friends and relatives over. Babies love visitors, young and old alike, especially when they're all making a fuss over him.

Don't be upset or embarrassed if your child develops stranger anxiety. It's perfectly normal, beginning at around 7 months.

If your baby cries when you put him in a relative's arms, take him back and try a slow desensitization process. Let him be comfortable in your arms while the other person is around. Then, have the individual talk and play with your child while you hold him. Then, hand him over to the other person for a short time and stay close. Finally, try to leave the room for a few minutes and see how it goes. If your child bawls, try again later.

"Go in and out of the room, and eventually your child will be secure in the knowledge that even though you're not around at the moment, you'll always return shortly," says pediatrician David Geller.

Your toddler can benefit from having peers around, so arrange playdates with other kids. Make sure you have plenty of toys for everyone, though, because they might not be up to sharing with one another.

While being self-centered is perfectly natural for your 2- or 3-year-old, it's not too soon to set an example of good social behavior for him. Let him hear you say "please" and "thank you" and compliment someone on a job well done. Let him see you share your dessert or your newspaper. Sign your child up for playgroups or classes so he gets a chance to be with other kids. Soon he'll learn how to make and keep friends.

kalau dah tak larat dengar baby nangis, boleh try camni :)

Give yourself a break

A crying baby who can't easily be soothed puts a lot of stress on parents. Thankfully, as your baby gets older, he'll be better able to soothe himself and much of the crying will stop.

In the meantime, don't feel guilty about taking care of yourself as well as your baby. It'll make you a more patient and loving parent. When you're reaching your limit, try these tips:

  • Put your baby down in a safe place and let him cry for a while.
  • Call a friend or relative and ask for advice
  • Let someone you trust take over for a while.
  • Put on quiet music to distract yourself.
  • Take deep breaths.
  • Remind yourself that crying in itself won't hurt your baby – and he may just need the release.
  • Repeat to yourself, "My baby will outgrow this phase."
  • Whatever you do, don't express your frustration by shaking your baby.

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saya buat entry ni sambil pegang raina... die leh sengih dan gelak tengok video die melalak, aduii anakku :)

1 comment:

dIRa said...

ciannyer tgk raina nangis.. sob2..