Saturday, 28 March 2015

Kek keju mudah

Domesticated during the weekend

Kek keju ini mudah disediakan, dan pada masa yang sama tidak manis sangat. Saya beli semasa jualan bazaar di pejabat. Harga adunan ini adalah RM 28. Boleh pilih sekiranya mahu tapak biskut Oreo atau biskut Marie.

Monday, 23 March 2015

So?

#sometimesiwonderwhetherishouldbeperfect
#iamalreadyoldincaseyouhaventnotice
#iamdysfunctional
#tramplemyheartagainandagain
#ifeelliketheworstmomintheworld

Friday, 20 March 2015

Oh hello Lego miniatures!

Went to Midvalley last week, and saw a Lego exhibition at the Concourse level. The kids were excited watching the miniatures. And many of the Lego pays ode to The Lego Movie. Saw Superman miniature inside a phone booth.
Faiq was so excited with the Lego things. Was just so glad the kids enjoyed simple things in life, right now.
I know my 4 little builders have already dreamed big right now.

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

When there comes the necessity

Since my eldest child will be sitting for her UPSR this year, she has started her extra classes at school.
We have never considered our children will need a handphone, but right now it becomes a thing of necessities. She need to call us in case her classes run late.

We bought a basic Nokia handphone for her at RM79. Looking at it, reminds me why Nokia is so reliable during my university days.

Just a basic phone, with no frills of Internet.

And then I saw one SMS from my sister asking,  'Hi Amni. 7 x 8 berapa? Muahahaha.'

#slaps forehead# And just a few days ago we have reminded her not to use it freely since it is a prepaid number.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Oh, hello March!

Time just flies by. And I cannot believe it is already March!

Hello everyone, from Faiq and the family.

P/s: He donned a spectacles inspired by Shaun the Sheep series.

Sunday, 8 March 2015

Usrah bowling: 28 February




Alhamdulillah, spending quality time with my family and our usrati. The contest was held by our close knit ex-university juniors (which, luckily, my husband and I, alhamdulillah, has been more than 10 years in the usrah group).

When I first entered the workforce, I find that it was hard to have usrah. Thanks to my husband, we still keep in touch with the usrah group. At the same time, we try to find the time to attend the events organised by the group.

Love this event. It was well organised, and my children love that they can bowl to their hearts' content. Which is quite a lot of throwing the bowling balls.

And the organisers were even kind enough to award us as first place, just because we had 5 kids (and the first place hamper was the biggest!).

P/S: Yes, that's my girl who was holding the hamper. In a few months, she is going to be much taller than me ^_^