And also this. Ahh..this boy really needs some good spanking..haha
Husayn had a haircut on Saturday! Yay! At last! I could not stand seeing those fringe got into his eyes and how serabai he look everytime he was playing and furthermore my boy is also prone to sweat! So on a fine Saturday morning I decided to take matters into my hands, and cut his hair myself! It was kind of tricky trying to cut his hair since he just cannot sit still, so what I did was put him into his tub and cut his hair while he was playing in the tub. Even then he kept crying "nanak! nanak!" while putting his hands onto his hair.
And so this is the results. Not bad, I thought and I forced everyone around me to think the same too. Haha. After having his bath, he went off to play his toys, which by the way is an assortment of cars, lorries and bikes which have been slightly modified by him - they are either without the wheels, nearly broke into two pieces and so forth.
These are some of his toys. Note the motor bike's missing front tyre. Haha. For lunch that day I made him some rice with hotdogs, fried chicken and veggie. But guess what, after a few suap, he refused to eat and continued playing. I persuaded him, forced him, ran after him around the house, but everytime the food was in his mouth he will simply play with it and the food ended up on the floor.
So what did I do? I just put the rice away for a while and waited until one hour or so, and then since he still did not want to consume it, I ended up giving the whole thing to the cats behind our house.
By the way did you read about the milk scare from China? I was quite worried, but Dutch Lady has this press statement on their site:
Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad is very concerned about the tainted milk problem in China.
Dutch Lady Malaysia wants to assure all its consumers in Malaysia that Dutch Lady¡¯s full range of products for various age groups, ranging from Infant Formula to powders and liquid are safe for consumption and free from melamine contamination.
Milk products from Dutch Lady sold in Malaysia use local fresh milk or milk powder sourced from countries like the Netherlands and New Zealand.
As a precaution, in Singapore and Hong Kong, Dutch Lady affiliate companies have initiated a recall of some milk products that were sourced from China. These products are not for sale in Malaysia.
We wish to emphasize that in Malaysia, no Dutch Lady products are sourced from China, and that all Dutch Lady products are safe for consumption.
Read more all about it here
God knows what else is in all this infant milk, so I guess as a precaution do read the labels (though I'm not sure whether it helps a lot) and well, the best solution is of course breastfeeding!