Tuesday, October 29, 2013

80% Baiti Jannati

Assalammualaikum wbt. Selamat hari selasa, selamat bekerja, dan blog hopping juga.

Ehem..introducing our place soon-to-be-called home...


 

Time ni captured in June 2013. Lening dah nak siap dah kot. Lama tak melawat. Doakan ini yang terbaik untuk kami anak-beranak ye. Semoga dapat besarkan anak dengan harmoni kat sini.

Jemputla datang housewarming 2014 nanti :)

Cer teka kat mana ni?? *Hint: Sungai Buloh* Hint pun cam besar sangat je..

Ada sesiapa readers yang bakal berjiran dengan saya?

Monday, October 28, 2013

Zaraaecah's monthly photos

Ni namanya upload secara pukal berselonggok. Kira baikla tu dapat upload sekarang, dari upload time Zaraaecah convo haa camno tu?

Photos 0-2 months kan dah upload haritu. Meh kita sambung from 3 months to date ye









Anak dara ibu beso doh lening. Dah pandai jalan, berjoget, menyanyi, mengaji, and makan apa saja. Jaga body sayang, kata nak jadi diva. Haaaa?? Diva muslimah gitew.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

10 ideas for family time with toddlers

Salam and hi mommies! Weekends are surely the happiest for mommies for they get to spend the days with hubster and kids. Kan? kan? kan? Most of the time, tukang buat plan nye for weekend activities haruslah mommies. Kan? kan? kan? Whenever tanya daddies 'so minggu ni kita nak ke mana?' and surely mereka akan reply 'ikut mommy la. daddy ok je. nak gi mana cakap je, daddy bawak'. Pernah tak? Kannnn...Memang dah ditakdirkan kita ni jadik planner since wedding lagi. Right? Tapi kahwin tu plan untuk sekali tu je event nye. Family activities ni kita plan tiap-tiap minggu and sometimes tiap-tiap hari (for housewifey). Sampai satu tahap dah kering idea. Pernah tak?

So, hopefully article boleh membantu sikit. Taken from HERE.

toddler and mom at plant nursery
  1. Go for a Walk - I will admit, this is our default. Hubby and I love to walk, so when we’re sitting around bored at home, it just makes sense for us to go on a family walk. It’s a fun way to exercise together, it wears the toddler our and we get in some good conversation along the way as well. Definitely a favorite activity! 
  2. Bake Cookies - There’s nothing like sweets to make a boring day better! You could make the dough and then get every one involved decorating sugar cookies or make a simpler recipe like oatmeal raisin/chocolate chip and let the kids take turns adding ingredients and mixing. It will be a messy day, but a fun memory ! 
  3. The Playground - Not necessarily the most innovative of locations, but going as a family can make it exciting! Bring a kite to fly together or bring beach toys & dig in the dirt. It doesn’t have to be an extravagant or expensive outing for the kid to have an amazing time playing with mommy & daddy. 
  4. Zoo Day - Consider investing in a membership to the local zoo or children’s museums. Most offer a yearly family membership that more than pays for itself after a visit or two. Using a membership also eliminates the stress of trying to get your “money’s worth” out of each zoo trip. We have been able to go to our zoo for just 2 hours or so and enjoy walking around as a family, without feeling like we wasted a lot of $ on tickets because we didn’t stay the whole day. 
  5. Pjs, Popcorn & a Movie - Another tried & true idea. Movie nights are always a fun tradition and there are a lot of new kids movies that aren’t much of a sacrifice for parents to watch. Lately we’ve enjoyed the Lorax, Brave and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Each movie is hilarious (both for kids and adults) as well as brightly colored to hold the attention of little ones. 
  6. Start a Family Garden - It doesn’t have to be large an elaborate (though it could be!). You could do something small like keeping a few potted plants to keep on the porch. We have 3 pots on the balcony of our apartment, but our son loves watering them every day and watching them grow. A simple activity, but one that can be done together & it teaches responsibility too! 
  7. Family Craft - Thanks to Pinterest there are so many family craft ideas out there right now, branch out and try something new like this great family handprint craft or this Simple Bird Feeder Tutorial or do some finger print art! Have fun getting creative (and scouring pinterest) together and creating some art to display in your home. 
  8. Go on a Scavenger Hunt - Split up into teams and search for special objects on a list. You could make your own list to share or challenge each other by making lists for the opposite “team”. Meat up at the end to compare “treasures”. 
  9. Go for Ice Cream - Many places offer 99 cent ice cream cones (burger king, wendys & sonic all have them), take advantage of the deal and make it a family outing. This one is sure to be a favorite for the kiddos! 
  10. Host a Sing-a-Long - There’s no denying that children love to sing. Take 30 minutes or so to sing silly songs together like “the wheels on the bus” or “head & shoulders”. Be ready to giggle together as you create your own melodies or words. You may not be the best singer, but to your kids, you are awesome.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Get Inspired: Popstar handbouquet

A palette of green + white + silver

A bridal hand bouquet made from green hydrangea + white eustoma with a twist of popstar concept with addition of disco balls tied in a glittery silver ribbon. A simply glamor bouquet for a modern bride!




Berminat boleh contact yours truly, 012-3474745. Afforable price guarantee! 
*Iklan jap*

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Article untuk parents: Otak Kanan Anak

Assalammualaikum lovelies. Few days ago I stumbled upon this interesting article. Some of us may already have read or knew about this. Anyhow, I'm sharing with you this article taken from her status in FB.

Artikel untuk parent and parent to be..

Subject: Otak Kanan - Teknik Jepun Shichida Methods...

Beberapa minggu lepas boss aku ada cakap kat aku yg dia antaq anak die 2
thn pergi Sichida kelas...yakni kelas yg di uruskan oleh jepun melatih
anak-anak befikir menggunakan otak sebelah kanan. Otak sebelah kanan ni lebih
efektif sebenarmya dari otak sebelah kiri tetapi kena practise sikitlah
penggunaannya. Kelas ni mahal,kalau kelas tadika juanna yg aku nak masukkan tahun depan tu cost nye lebih tinggi dari cost kite satu semester kat ITM, tapi boss aku ni atas kesedaran bahawa ramai sgt cine yang pergi kelas tu utk ajar anak2 depa dan melayu cuma setengah kerat aje...dia pun bersetuju ngan niat ikhlasnye untuk ajar aku dan staff melayu yg lain.

Aku pun nak korang practisekan bende ni kat anak korang, sebab baru
seminggu aku buat kat anak aku...dah nampak keberkesanannya.

1. Sewaktu anak nak tidur atau tidur-tidur ayam, cakap kat die sepenuh
hati dan sejujurnya yang kita sayang kat dia, dia budak baik, dia anak
soleh, dia budak kuat, tak sakit, dia budak pandai dsb. Sbb during tidur-tidur ayam ni otak kanan sedang bekerja, otak kiri dah tidur dah, tapi kena buat seikhlas
hati...kalau tengah marah ..tak jadi. kalau anak korang tu dah tidur,
ramas-ramas jari atau tangan dia, macam picitlah supaya dia kembali berada
dalam tidur2 ayam punya situation. Aku buat kat anak aku sebab die bangun
pagi lambat pas tu siap melalak-lalak lagi, aku cakap hari-hari kat dia,
dia budak baik, dia suka pergi sekolah, dia budak sihat, dia nak bangun
awal....sekarang 6.30 dah bukak mata termasuk sabtu n Ahad.

2. Start guna cards untuk ajar anak. Aku ajar ABC-Z guna card seminggu
je,sekarang dah kenal semua huruf dah siap boleh eja perkataan
pendek-pendek..buat card banyak-banyak dan tunjuk kat dia orang
cepat-cepat..macam..a..b..c..d..e, insya Allah cepat die dapat sebab bila
kita tunjuk kad laju-laju atau cepat-cepat otak kanan die bekerja keras untuk tangkap apa benda yang kite tunjuk tu...kita boleh buat card 1,2,3, gambar-gambar...potonglah gambar kat mana-mana dsb.

3. Gerak kerja tangan adalah hasil dari otak kanan, so ajar anak korang
main tanah liat, main water colour, melukis, gunting kertas, origami dsb.
memang le kite yang kene mengemas tapi takpe....satu lagi cuba korang lukis gambar, contohnye rama2, tapi sebelah sahaja dan suruh die orang sambung lukis
ikut apa yg korang lukis tu kat sebelah lagi...ini pun dapat mengaktifkan penggunaan otak kanan....Korang tau kenapa cine, ngan jepun pandai-pandai....sebab depa makan guna chopstik...chopstik tu mengaktifkan kerja tangan and as well gerakkan otak kanan.

4. Jgn marah-marah atau tengking anak........sebab depa boleh simpan
semuanya dalam otak kiri....kalau termarah depa, pi balik kat cara no 1
tadi, and mintak maaf kat die.....

5. Satu lagi develop they all punya imagination by start bercerita kat die
orang dan suruh depa sambung cerite tu, walaupun cerita tu memang lah
merapu takpa.....kita pun bukan tak biasa merapu....

6. Main teka-teki ngan they all, taruk satu barang dalam kotak tissue and
suruh depa teka apa benda tu. First few times boleh bagi option
macam....bagi tau colour, bunyi, lama-lama depa boleh develop six sence by concentrating depa boleh teka apa benda dlm kotak tissue tu........ni semua utk aktifkan otak sebelah kanan. Tapi ingat.....semua game yg hangpa nak buat ngan dia tu cuma boleh buat setengah jam sehari....tak payah lama-lama.

Sebelum buat exercise ni, kena tarik nafas dalam-dalam and relaks...tak
boleh buat time tengah nak masak ka, basuh kain ka tengok tv ka, tak
jadi....Buat kena ikhlas, and merendah diri sikitlah bila dah terror ini semua satu cara yng Tuhan lagi Maha Mengetahui kalau Dia izin anak kite nak pandai
Alhamdulillah tapi kita kena berusaha, dan bersyukur kalau dah berhasil sebab bila2 Dia boleh tarik balik..betui dak......Aku pun tengah try lagi ni...

Lagi satu untuk berkongsi sesama pembaca....

Kaunselor UTM pun ada cakap benda yang sama dan dia
ada ckp ttg perkataan jangan kat anak-anak. kalau kita banyak sangat guna
perkataan jangan kat anak-anak.....itu lah yang anak akan buat.....so lepas nie kena ganti perkataan jangan tu kepada perkataan lain plak...contohnya....Tolong
senyap Abang,,,berbanding Jangan bising bang..

Dlm Islam sendiripun menggalakkan kita ibubapa bercakap2/berdoa dgn anak2
ketika mrk dlm proses nak tidur sbb pada ketika itulah di antara waktu2 doa dimakbulkan.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Featured in Ratu Sehari Vol 18

Salam lovelies, Zila Ziman makeup artistry was featured in Ratu sehari Edisi 18. I did the makeup and hairdo for the magazine cover, and also for fashion spread.  There is also a special column on bride's preparation before wedding.  In that column, you can view the 'no-makeup' makeup and the bride's bridal makeup also by Zila Ziman. Happy viewing!











And not to forget, hantaran decorations by Zila Ziman


Thank you RS team. Have a great day peeps!

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Sepatah, dua patah, beberapa patah..

Salam semua and Salam Ramadhan!

A lot of  things went on since my last post. Too many things to catch up which eventually ended up as no post at all..hehe. Banyak yang nak diblog about.  My little Zaraa pun dah besar. And Rizq dah macam-macam. He is currently switching tv channel from Baby Tv to Disney Junior, Ceria and TVIQ. My brother got married. Tambahan servis gubahan hantaran, pelamin, also wedding dress dalam service Zila Ziman Makeups & Weddings.  Oh did I mentioned that we bought a house? 

I miss blogging, truly :(

And lastly, here's a little bit of us:

Together, they created a whole me

Huh anak 2 tudung senget suda :|

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

ww: Nur Zaraa Ayesha {0-2m}






Hutang photo 3m pulak, belum snap lagi..huhu

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Celebrities Babywearing

Ok, tak habis-habis lagi isu babywearing ni. Nah I serve uols pics of celebrities with baby-wearing.

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Kate Hudson & son, Ryder

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Keri Russell with son, River Russell

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Maggie Gylenhaal

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Julia Roberts & Henry Moder

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Naomi Watts + Liev Shreiber and son, Alexander Sheiber

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Gwen Stefani and baby Kingston

How cool is that? Ni yang I bertambah-tambah feeling tak sudah. Muehehehe..

Monday, January 21, 2013

Choosing a Baby Carrier: Comparisons and Guidelines

*Ini adalah entry copy paste semata, harap maklum*
Taken directly from HERE

Choosing a Baby Carrier
Cloth baby carriers come in an endless array of fabrics and colors, from basic solid cottons to exquisitely embellished silks. Whether you're looking for something to use every day, a carrier for a special occasion, or slings to match every outfit, the choices are yours to make, whatever your personal style. Your baby carrier (or carriers) can be both functional and attractive.The array of baby carriers available today can be a bit overwhelming, but don't let that keep you from finding a carrier (or a few) that work for you! If there's a Babywearing International chapter or other nonprofit, free-to-attend babywearing group near you, you can get free babywearing help and can try several types of carriers, which will give you a better idea of what to buy or make. Another source of help is online communities like the forums at TheBabywearer.com.

How big? How old?
All of the types of carriers shown on this page can be used to carry babies and young children on the wearer's front, hip or back, although some are better for one or the other carry.  Most of these carriers can be used from birth until parent or child chooses to stop carrying.  This can sometimes be age 4 or beyond! 

Whichever carrier you choose, look for a carrier that holds your child in a position you would naturally carry them in arms in front, on your hip, or for a piggyback ride. Most carrier manufacturers list weight limits for their carriers, but there is often a significant discrepancy between the published weight limit and what a particular user finds comfortable. Also, technique makes a difference. Buckling or tying on your hips feels very different from buckling or tying around your true waist.

Wraparound Slings
Wrap newborn front carry
A simple strip of cloth makes an elegant and comfortable baby sling. A little learning is required to wrap and tie the cloth, but basic methods can be mastered in minutes. Wraparound slings can be short, for quick one-shoulder carries, or longer, to distribute the baby's weight evenly over two shoulders and the caregiver's torso and hips. Wraparound slings come in a variety of fabrics, but natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, hemp, wool, and silk are more breathable and have a more appropriate texture than synthetics. Some wraparound slings are specially woven to have exceptional performance as baby carriers, offering strength, breathability, just the right amount of diagonal stretch, and the right texture for holding the baby securely; these highly prized textiles are sometimes known as German-Style Wovens because this type of sling was developed in Germany.  Wraps are an optimal and versatile carrier from birth.




 Ring sling

Ring Slings
In its simplest and most elegant form, a ring sling is a shawl with a pair of rings attached to one end. The rings replace the knot or tuck-and-twist method of fastening used with traditional shawl carriers such as Mexican rebozos or Indonesian selendangs. Some ring slings have padding where the sling rests on the caregiver's shoulder or along the edges of the sling, and some depart further from traditional shawl carriers by having the fabric at the end of the sling folded and stitched into a rope-like tail. Ring Slings are an ideal newborn carrier and are also fantastic for the up-and-down toddler phase.










Pouch hip carry
Pouch Slings
Simply a tube of fabric with a curved seam, a pouch sling is a sleek carrier option. Pouches are sized to the adult wearer, and what they lack in adjustability they make up for in convenience. Few carriers take up less space in a diaper bag or are as quick to put on and take off as a pouch.  While usable with newborns, many moms find these more fitting once their postpartum weight stabilizes and baby becomes stronger, generally around 4mo.








Mei tai front carryMei Tais
The modern take on a traditional Chinese baby carrier with a body panel, shoulder straps, and waist straps still carries the traditional name, "mei tai" (pronounced"may tie"). The new-generation mei tais typically have either wide, padded shoulder straps, or extra-wide, wrap-style, unpadded straps for the wearer's comfort. They also offer a variety of features such as headrests or sleeping hoods for the baby, pockets for diapers or other essentials, and fabric choices that range from strictly utilitarian to truly luxurious. Mei tais can be used from birth and are ideal for sharing among caregivers.







 SSC back carry
Soft Structured Carriers
Also with a body panel and shoulder and waist straps, soft structured carriers replace knots with buckles and add a thickly padded waistband and shoulder straps. The result is a different weight distribution and overall different look and feel from a mei tai, putting this style of carrier into a category of its own. Soft structured carriers offer the convenience of buckles yet are vastly different from framed backpacks in that they hold the baby securely against the wearer's body. Unlike framed backpacks, soft structured carriers are suitable from birth  through toddlerhood and provide the benefits of body-to-body contact for the baby (although some require or include a special insert for newborns).  Soft Structure carriers really shine after about 4-5mo.






I chose mine (ring sling) sebab senang nak basuh, tak payah iron, senang nak breastfeed, hand free, can be wear from newborn up to 15kg, pastu ada banyak positions boleh experimento. Oh and yes, I bought mine from JumpSac!

Friday, January 18, 2013

Baby Wearing is Fun!

Assalammualaikum, hola holi cikebum cikebum semua! Lama tak update. Apparently I'm still in a good piece of shape, alhamdulillah. Cuma everytime beranak je I akan bertambah satu size. Previously before beranak, can wear size S, sometimes XS. Bila dah ada Rizq, upgrade jadi M. Now dengan adanya Ecah dah jadi L. Ok, kena tutup kilang kalau tak upgrade jadi XL terus haaa ko!

Hari ni jiwa terpanggil nak berkongsi tentang baby wearing. Haaa skema kot.  Masa Rizq baby dulu, tak teringin pun nak baby wearing ni. Kononnye beli stroller mahal-mahal dah, rugi tak pakai.  Lagipun dulu jarang keluar merayap. Most free time yang ada spent kat rumah je. Tu pun jarang gak dapat kumpul complete the whole family members. Yela, weekdays hubby kerja sampai rumah pun Rizq dah tido, nak jalan apenye. Weekends I gi makeup pengantin, balik sampai rumah je terus tido. Nak gi jengjalang apenye kan. Haaaa teganu ko. Lening (teganu lagi) tukar sket. Bila adanya cik Zaraaecah ni, hidup bagaikan KLS juggling with anak-anak, houseworks, and my home based business ni. Lalu terbukalah minda pasal baby wearing ni.  Sebabnye, sakit gakla kalau beli twin stroller ni nak hangkut budak-budak ni gi Low Yatt di weekends hari kan. Sesak. Hazab kott.  Dengan adanye baby wearing, tiada lagi kekangan untuk bawa mereka jejalan. Stroller yang mahal sangat tu masih digunakan, letak Rizq dalam tu. Ecah kita pakai ring sling. Senang nak menyelit-nyelit di celah manusia IT.  Ecah pun lebih comfortable nampaknye kena gendong camni. Yela, dekat dengan mother's heartbeat kan. Baby akan rasa comfort bila dekat dengan mother's heartbeat sebab heartbeat kitala yang dia dok dengar 9 buln 10 hari dalam rahim. Katanyer.

Comfy 2 months old Ecah. Sleeps so well :)

Feeling KLS di kota metropolitan di celah manusa IT

Oh yes, baby wearing ade my life so easy. Hands free kan, senang nak kejar Rizq.  Before I purchase ni, gigih jugak buat research. Antara benefits of baby wearing, taken from http://www.naturalchild.org/guest/laura_simeon.html

1. Wearing a baby is convenient.  When we carry a baby in a sling, we can walk around freely and not have to worry about negotiating steps, crowds or narrow aisles with a stroller. Plastic "baby buckets" and removable car seats are heavy and awkward for parents, babies often look uncomfortable, and they are kept at knee level. A sling can block out excess stimuli when breastfeeding a distractible baby, and it allows for discreet nursing in public places. A sling can also double as a changing pad, blanket, or cushion when away from home.
 
2. Wearing a baby promotes physical development.  When a baby rides in a sling attached to his mother, he is in tune with the rhythm of her breathing, the sound of her heartbeat, and the movements his mother makes – walking, bending, and reaching. This stimulation helps him to regulate his own physical responses, and exercises his vestibular system, which controls balance. The sling is in essence a "transitional womb" for the new baby, who has not yet learned to control his bodily functions and movements. Research has shown that premature babies who are touched and held gain weight faster and are healthier than babies who are not. Mechanical swings and other holding devices do not provide these same benefits.  

3. Babies worn in slings are happier.  Studies have shown that the more babies are held, the less they cry and fuss. In indigenous cultures where baby-wearing is the norm, babies often cry for only a few minutes a day – in contrast to Western babies, who often cry for hours each day. Crying is exhausting for both the baby and his parents, and may cause long-term damage as the baby's developing brain is continually flooded with stress hormones. Babies who do not need to spend their energy on crying are calmly observing and actively learning about their environment. Baby-wearing is especially useful for colicky babies, who are far happier being worn, but placid, content babies and children will also benefit greatly from the warmth and security of being held close.

4. Baby-wearing is healthy for you! It can be challenging for new mothers to find time to exercise, but if you carry your baby around with you most of the day or go for a brisk walk with your baby in her sling, you will enjoy the dual benefits of walking and "weightlifting". A long walk in the sling is also an excellent way to help a tired but over-stimulated child fall asleep.

5. Toddlers appreciate the security of the sling.  Slings are usually associated with infants, but they can be very useful for toddlers as well; most slings accommodate children up to 35 or 40 pounds. The world can be a scary place for toddlers, who feel more confident when they can retreat to the security of the sling when they need to do so. Toddlers often become over-stimulated, and a ride in the sling helps to soothe and comfort them before (or after!) a "melt-down" occurs. It can be very helpful in places like the zoo, aquarium, or museum, where a small child in a stroller would miss many of the exhibits. 

6. Baby-wearing helps you and your baby to communicate with each other. The more confidence we have in our parenting, the more we can relax and enjoy our children. A large part of feeling confident as a parent is the ability to read our baby's cues successfully. When we hold our baby close in a sling, we become finely attuned to his gestures and facial expressions. Many baby-wearing parents report that they have never learned to distinguish their baby's cries – because their babies are able to communicate effectively without crying! Every time a baby is able to let us know that she is hungry, bored or wet without having to cry, her trust in us is increased, her learning is enhanced, and our own confidence is reinforced. This cycle of positive interaction enhances the mutual attachment between parent and child, and makes life more enjoyable for everyone.

7. Slings are a bonding tool for fathers, grandparents, and other caregivers. Slings are a useful tool for every adult in a baby's life. It makes me smile when I see a new father going for a walk with his baby in a sling. The baby is becoming used to his voice, heartbeat, movements and facial expressions, and the two are forging a strong attachment of their own. Fathers don't have the automatic head-start on bonding that comes with gestation, but that doesn't mean they can't make up for this once their baby is born. The same goes for babysitters, grandparents and all other caregivers. Cuddling up close in the sling is a wonderful way to get to know the baby in your life, and for the baby to get to know you!

8. Slings are a safe place for a child to be.  Instead of running loose in crowded or dangerous places, a child in a sling is held safe and secure right next to your body. Slings also provide emotional safety when needed, so that children can venture into the world and become independent at their own pace. 

 9. Slings are economical. Slings cost far less than strollers, front-carriers or backpacks. Many mothers consider the sling to be one of their most useful and economical possessions. A sling can also be sewn for the price of a length of cotton, some rings and batting; sling patterns are available.

10. Baby-wearing is fun. Who doesn't love to cuddle a precious little baby? And when your baby is older, having her in the sling makes conversations easier and allows you to observe her reactions to the wonders of the world around her. It's also fun for baby, because when she is up at eye level, other adults notice and interact with her more. Your child will feel more a part of your life when she is in her sling, and you will find yourself becoming more and more enchanted with this special little person.


Ada banyak jenis baby carrier ni.  Find the most suitable for you and your needs.  Contohnya, new born, petite babies, and premmies suitable dengan ring sling rather than SSC (soft sturctured carrier), Mei Tai, etc.  Tapi tak semestinya ring sling ni boleh pakai untuk baby kecik je, sampai 15kg pun boleh tahan. Cuma uols boleh ke tak tahanla carry dengan weight load on one side shoulder je.  Kalau toddler yang besau dah, better pakai SSC, better for mommies also. Cumanya SSC ni bila baby dah pandai tegakkan kepala (3 months and above) baru boleh pakai, rather than ring sling, newborn pun boleh. Nantilah kita cerita lagi pasal types adn comparison between baby carriers ni semua. Maggie saya sudah kembang, baby saya mahu susu. Till then, bubbye!