Instax Mini 8 Leather Bag

You will find your outfit isn’t complete without a bag/handbag right?

The same goes to my new ‘bay-bee boo’ here.

Bought him a leather bag, so it is easier to carry him.

Instax bag

He stays comfy in it. 😀

Where did I got the bag?

Please go to this site : Saffawati’s Blog

The price is quite affordable compared to the local shop here.

Blue and White makes a perfect combination isn’t it?

I hope they will come out with mint green colour in the future. hehe.

I also bought him a companion. Cute cute “Amoi” for him. :-p

mini amani

Sui sui Amoi, right?

I bought the keychain at One Jaya Shopping Complex.

Just near to my house, the same place where I bought ‘Bay-bee Boo’ before.

Now, we are ready to rumble!!

Snap! Snap! Snap!

Mr. Neko

Taking off two weeks from work is just like having a semester break for me.

No time for boredom as I was taking care of two patients, remember?

DearDear once suggested to me to quit my job and stayed at home taking care of Amani.

Well, it’s like a ‘green light’ for me. Being a full time housewife and concentrate with my craft project/business, it is my dream job indeed.

I asked some opinions about this, some of them told me to think carefully… some of them just said “Go ahead!”

My mind is throbbing whenever DearDear asking for the answer.

What do you think then?

I need your opinion as well…

While spending my ‘semester break’ here’s what I’ve made.


Can you guess what is it?

While Amani took a nap, I was sneaking to stitch this felt ears.

The result: 

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Ta-da! Meet Mr. Neko

So what’s with those face Mr. Neko? 😀


In the kitchen

Kitchen is another place where me and Amani playing catch and run.


I know she wants my attention.

While cooking, it is hard to give her full of attention.

To get my attention, she would lay on the floor or started throwing things.



In the end, this is the only way.

Take her to join me.

Luckily, I wasn’t serving you for the lunch.

Otherwise, you will see the ugly vegetables here and there. LOL.


Sophie’s Closet

Girls, what do you do when you’re stuck into problems?


Sophie's closet


Sneak peek into my Sophie’s Closet.
1. New member program 3rd gift – now can put my bento box inside.
2. Pedicure set pink (RM11), 4 in 1 Fancy nail Buffer (RM5.50) & Manicure Full Set (RM16.50)
3. Wallet Sabim (RM55)
4. Watch Sterla (RM71.50)

More catalogue? All you do is to contact me aye.. 🙂

Enough on promo.

Here, let me challenge you to find one ‘error’ in this picture.



Can you tell me?

“Worong” muhuhuh… it should be “Warung”. aduuuh…


Before this I know hfmd as hfmd.

Since Amani was confirmed to have hfmd, I really know what is HFMD.

I started to browse and read more about Hand Foot and Mouth Disease.

One question people will always asked me. “Where did she get the virus?”

To be honest, I’m sick of that question.

How I wish I have the superman eyes, can scan through the things that she touched has germs or viruses… and I will try to avoid her from that place.

Like if you’re having flu or fever, can you say it is 100% from person A or person B?

No you can’t. It might comes from you yourself.

As in Amani’s case, she might got it from her nursery, or it could come from outsiders (adults who touched her), or she might got it from ME.

It’s all about hygiene. Now, read one article of HFMD


Day 1: I feel her palm and armpit were hot.. (Demam ke?) And then I spot some red spots on her palm and her foot… She asked me to garu2 her feet. By looking at the red spots… I already suspected it was HFMD. But I told DearDear she might get complications from the Antibiotics. (She was on antibiotics then). Not satisfied with our feeling, we rushed to the clinic.  The doctor confirmed it was HFMD. Told to be quarantine for 10 days and asked her to drink more fluids. My heart wrenched when hearing the news.

Day 2: The blisters  getting more and more on her palm and feet.  Found the ulcers in her mouth. She refused to drink, and her diapers empty. I started to worry of her might dehydrated. So I started to force her to drink, had to be mean mom. Still she refused to drink. So I took a syringe, fill in some water and started to push it in her mouth. Well she cried so hard, at least she drinks.

Day 3: The blisters getting to looks awful. She still refused to drink more. We tried so many ways to force her to drink. She would just sleeping and laying weakly. The people from Jabatan Kesihatan started calling me. They tried to asked and investigate the disease. They told me not to send her to the nursery at least two weeks. (My looong holiday…)


Day 4: She was getting better. She can eat and drink a little. We gave her ice-cream to increase her appetite. The blisters still red. She was back to active mode. Unfortunately, me and my brother felt funny. I feel hard to swallowed. My brother went to the doctor, and was confirmed he was infected. Oh no…

Day 5 : Look at the picture. She doesn’t look like a sick child. We thought she was recovered from fever. My brother getting worst. He couldn’t even hold things and walked properly. The symptoms are worst than the children had. I was flat indeed, but had to get up and take care of two patients now. I fight the disease, maybe that’s why the blisters didn’t came out on my hand and feet. Only red spots on my feet.

Day 6 : She was back  to normal. Climbing here and there. My sore throat become worst.


Day 7 : The blisters generally heal by themselves. She started to peel off the dead skin. Arghh… I had to prevent her from doing that. Tangan so itchy. huhu. One thing we learned from this situation is maintaining good hygiene because it can minimize the risk of infection. We trained Amani to do it as well. “Amani, wash hand!” She will shows her palms and I drop the hand sanitiser onto her palms. The Dettol Hand Sanitiser is now our good friend.

Alhamdulillah, she is getting better now. My sore throat heal by themselves as well. Doctor said I didn’t get enough rest that’s why the symptom appeared. My brother was referred to the skin specialist and getting better as well.

What a disease….

Now it leaves me to disinfect my house and dealing with my boss about my leaves. Huu….

Please don’t visit us

Am being serious…

Please don’t visit us for a moment.



Last Saturday, I spot blisters on Amani’s hand and foot. My mind automatically thought of HFMD (Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease).

So we rushed to the clinic, and the doctor confirmed she was infected by HFMD virus.

Told to be quarantine at home at least 1 week. (But the Jabatan Kesihatan told us to stay at home at least 2 weeks).

I will update the full detail of her sickness, but for now I have to warn my relatives and friends.. PLEASE.. DO NOT VISIT US…!

I know you are missing her, especially her grandmother and grandfather had not seen her for almost two weeks.

Not that I am being mean or arrogant, but the virus is seriously fast to infect others.

On day 4, my brother was infected and he is now had blisters on his hand and foot. Even worse than Amani.

If you think you are strong enough to fight with this virus. think again. My brother is 27 years old and still got infected.

I am also infected indeed but only sore throat and one day fever.  Since becoming mama, I can fight sickness with extra strength.

For the sake of daughter…

Salute to all ‘supermom’ out there. I am learning in becoming like them!

Go! Mak Power!! 😀

Looks can enchants you

People say “Don’t judge a book by its cover…”

Unfortunately I always judging food by its look.

Burger boss...

How do you judge the picture above?

Looks tempted right?

Indeed it doesn’t taste as it look.

Me and my colleagues ordered this burger online (from facebook) and had it delivered to our office.

3 hours of waiting! Sure it made my heart wrenched plus… the taste…. I could give 2 out 5 stars.

My RM7.50 melayang just like that…. regret – was how we felt. 😦

Little Ma’am

Being ‘Mak Supir’ really tiring sometimes.. Especially when The Little Ma’am behaving badly.
My eyes almost squint while driving. All food and toys must be ready besides her.


This is the only time the Little Ma’am sat quietly. She fell asleep, and Mak Supir can drive peacefully. B-)