Passionate mum and wifey

Passionate mum and wifey

Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo is the best bouncer ever!

I have been looking through bubba's old photos and was looking for ideas on my next post. I have thought of some interesting personal subjects--However, I have decided to blog about something more informative and helpful to mums, who may be looking for bouncers ideal for their babies. Hence, I have decided to write this post containing my detailed review on Fisher Price Rainforest-- hopefully this post will help mums decide whether this bouncer is the right one for their baby.

First of all, here is my story as to how me and my husby came into deciding whether this bouncer is the right one for our daughter. As you can see by the title of this post you already probably have guessed that I am a big fan of this bouncer and I am sure that a lot of mums out there will probably agree with me that this may just be one of the best bouncers ever invented. Yes there are many bouncers out there, different prices, colours, different structures and different dangling toys to keep baby busy. However, out of the many bouncers that my daughter have tried and sat on-- this one was the bouncer that gave my bubba the biggest smile and giggles, she absolutely loved it and was in tears when we took her out of the Jumperoo. At the start, we were reluctant spending this much money on a bouncer but in the end we just couldn't resist not purchasing it--- seeing how bubba loved it soo much. 

Bubba's first year in this world

Since I wasn't able to blog the first year of my daughter's life, I've decided to make this blog featuring some of her cute baby photos. I literally had thousand of it! Anyhow, here it is, bubba's few months old to 1 yr old photos! It was almost an obsession taking photos of her wearing cute outfits..


her giggles..



A new look for my blog

I have finally decided to start blogging again. As you all know I have been overjoyed after the birth of my little girl, she has kept me busy these past couple of years-- I am a first time mum after all and had to prioritize my child above everything else. I must admit that I kind of lost the will to blog since my full attention was diverted to caring for my precious little child. However, my little girl is now 2 and she is no longer an infant.
She has grown so gracefully, so much better than I expected-- believe me as a first time mum I was terribly anxious and worried whether I am doing things right. Nonetheless, my little girl now at the age of 2, learnt good manners (saying thank you, your welcome, please), can count, sing alphabet, can recognize numbers, almost potty trained and can recognise shapes..



It is either in her genes or I must be doing something right, right??? This now leads me to this newly transformed blog--

My Mia, my world!

So this is how it feels to be a mum, words aren't really enough to describe it. Since we're all different, you'll have to go through it yourself to find out. In my case, the day my baby Mia was born was the happiest day of my life.

I had to go through an emergency c section due to complications. It was a tough labour, I struggled-- the pain of strong contractions was excruciating that I've been given 3 different pain killers in separate times to block the pain. In the end, although I was very hesitant, after more than 24 hours of labour (altogether my labour took 33 hours) and some complications, the doctors have finally convinced me to have an emergency c section. By that time, I was frustrated, tired, miserable and most of all frightful of the risks involved with a c section not just to me but also to my baby. Ofcourse, I didn't feel any pain during the surgery but I certainly felt the tugging, it was as if I was a frog being dissected and cut open! At that moment I didn't even want to start thinking about my recovery and how will my weak little body cope. All these worries flooded my thoughts whilst the surgery was taking place. Suddenly, I heard a little cry! She's here! My child is finally born..