Thursday, April 29, 2010

Aunty Siti = NanNy "Q"

Nanny little "Q" xde la secantek CIK ScarLet JohansSon nie...
tapi Nanny "Q" comel orangnye~! doUble XL gitu...=D~

Pagi tadi daddy anta our little "Q" pergi rumah Aunty Siti...[Aunty Siti nie kawan nenek "Q"]..Bibik "Q" nak balik Indonesia hari Ahad nie..[kerana anaknye nk kawen] ..So "Q" terpakse la dihantar ke rumah Aunty Siti from now on untill bibik balik dr indon. [12 Jun 2010br bibik blk sini...uuuhhh lamenye bibik bercoti ye..]..dr kecik till now "Q" mmg x bnyk ragam..esp. at nite time...tido dr pukul 830pm teros sampai pukul before mommy tido, around 11pm mommy "Q" will feed him with the fresh milk [cap gantung la tu]..pastu tido smpi pagi...ape la mommy & daddynye tido sekali...=D...Problemnye during day time..."Q" tido sekejap2 aje...and die nak ade orang layan die...hhmm tu la takut-nye..hopefully Aunty SIti rajenla layan little "Q" kami before hantar "Q" ke rumah Aunty Siti...mommy "Q" dah buat checklist based on informations from the

As listed below, are the information every babysitter/nanny should have;

Contact information for you and your partner — Home phone, work phone, and cell phone numbers (and pager number if you have one), as well as the number at the place you'll be (restaurant, friends' house, etc.). Tell your sitter not to open the door to anyone she's not expecting, and warn her if anyone will be stopping by or calling. [checked]
Emergency contact information — This includes fire, police, doctor, and hospital numbers — for guidelines, see our helpful checklist. If your children have specific medical insurance numbers, provide those as well. It's also smart to designate one or two neighbors, friends, or relatives as local contacts. Leave their names, numbers, and addresses. That way your sitter has someone to turn to in case of miscellaneous mishaps, such as a pet that gets loose or a power outage. Also, leave clear written directions to your house so she can give them out to fire, police, or medical personnel in an emergency. [madical insurance number ?? opss x teringt pule nk bagi]
Medical information about your baby — If your child has any allergies or other medical conditions, or needs to take medication, tell your sitter about it in advance. Also inform her of any additional health problems — such as a bad case of diaper rash or a tendency to spit up food. Also, just in case you or your contact person can't be found in an emergency, leave a healthcare authorization form that allows your babysitter or childcare provider to get medical attention for your child. [checked]
Food and drink list — Don't leave this to chance. Your sitter may not be aware of foods that pose choking hazards. Leave specific instructions outlining what your baby can and can't eat and drink. And if the sitter will be preparing formula or giving your baby expressed breast milk, make sure she knows how to do it. [checked]
Activity schedule — Your baby will feel more comfortable sticking to his usual routine, so let your sitter know what time he eats his meals, what time he goes to bed, and how his bedtime routine works. (If you usually read to him from a particular book, for example, let her know that.) You may want to print out our daily baby activity sheet for your sitter to fill out -- that way you'll be able to see what and how much your baby ate while you were out, when he had a wet or dirty diaper, and so on. Finally, it's wise to let your sitter know about any special words for favorite toys or security objects.[checked]

[all the above informations are from]

p/s : tadi dah call aunty siti...die cakap "Q" ok aje...tengah tido..lge sket hati nie bile aunty siti cakap die okey...yippiiee..~!

1 comment:

  1. Typical mummy's attitude! heheheh....i'm like tht too...until now!