Friday, April 11, 2014

.packing.

re-read my previous post just now and i thought it ended really funny. but, who cares because i don't. i did said i might continue but i don't think so now. it just feels different now.

anyway, today has been a little bit productive. woke up early, made daughter banana-strawberry smoothie as requested by her as soon as we came downstairs. then prepared fried bee hoon for brunch and did the laundry too. husband came down not long after and we all hung out in front of the tv for a little while and then started sorting and packing things into the boxes and finally filling them up in the car.

I just cannot wait to move into the new place. the excitement is overwhelming. i think Hayfa is getting the idea too despite being a little bit confused of being here and there. there are heaps of things to do! blaming myself for being a hoarder now i have lots of things to organise. and moving to a way smaller house is definitely a challenge when you can't fit in most of the current furniture and other home stuffs. hence the garage sale this weekend, insyaAllah. i hope everything that i don't need will be gone. we were told by the landlord not to leave anything in the house.

it's almost 3am and i should force myself to sleep. there are still a lot more to pack and i really hope eveything will be fine tomorrow, insyaAllah.










these photos were taken after maghrib prayers today.



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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

.hey, wonderful you!.

it is the ninth of april today. won't be long until my thirty first birthday, my child's second birthday and my husband's thirty third birthday which is in early of May. Ya Allah, Alhamdullillah atas rezeki Mu, ya Allah.

as i am writing this tonight, i am missing my husband so much. we're only five minutes away (oh well, he's at my parents' old house while daughter and i are at the new house with my mum and sister. we're in the middle of moving into the new house).

okay, getting back to the story, i hate, totally hate being away from him. i know and i do agree with some people who say that being away from each other once in a while contributes to a healthy relationship. yes, in my case i couldn't agree more. In this kind of situation, it makes me look back at how we started, what we have gone through, the ups and downs, the fights, the arguments, the cuddles, the hugs and the kisses. and i will start to appreciate every single thing that we have gone through. It makes me love him more and cherish our marriage. he is truly a wonderful man, Alhamdullillah.

i may not be lavished with gold and diamonds, presents and money (not that i care) but i have all his love and time that nothing can be compared with (oh yes, sorry if it sounds cheesy to you) we spend most of our time together as a family and loving every second of it. we do things together, we make and build things together, we talk, we argue and we try our best not to go to bed angry. so far in this marriage, the longest time we're angry (or not talking) to each other is no longer than two hours. In my case, i just can't, no matter how angry i am at him sometimes, i cannot sulk for more than that. we will eventually work things out together, forgive and forget.

Oh dear, i am super sleepy now been dropping my phone on my face a couple of times, already! I might just continue tomorrow!






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Friday, March 14, 2014

.some things are worth writing for.

i have left my blog for quite some time and i figured i should get back to it. i am not really into writing, but some things are worth writing for especially when i could read back and reminisce in the future. well, who knows.

Today i came back from work greeted happily by my loved ones- my husband & my child. we spent some time together chatting while i nursed my child and later watch her play with her toys and a big box i brought back for packing (yes, we're about to move into our own nest soon). As i watched her, i realised that she has grown a lot more than i remembered. she is taller & she's getting better at sentence construction! Obviously her vocabulary list has increased which most of the times amazed me and her dad. She is also getting better at playing. I love to see her talking to her stuffed friends with gestures and using variety of intonations. the best part is when she pretends one of it is her baby and nurse it happily. never knew breastfeeding could give such an impact to a litttld child.

and as i was getting ready for prayers, my heart melted to see my husband and my daughter talking to each other. such a beautiful relationship. I then told my husband that he is one lucky dad because not many daddies have the opportunity to stay at home looking after the children and spending time with them; to watch them grow to be exact. honestly, i envy every minute of it.


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