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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Storage bottle and bag for breastmilk storage

Hello peeps,

Just a quick annoucement that there's a price hiking at supplier site causing me to revise the pricing for the storage bottles and bags. Im trully sorry my dearest customer. Below are the new pricing:

Autumnz storage bottles clear: RM34
Autumnz storage bottles with designs: RM35
Bumble bee storage bottles: RM36
Autumnz/ Jingle jungle storage bags: RM12

Trully sorry but hopefully that satisfies everyone ya! Good day


Monday, October 21, 2013

Autumnz, Bumble Bee & Jingle Jungle Breastmilk Storage Bottle & Bag Murah

Hey there everyone!

Kat sini sy nak bgtahu kalau ada ibu2 yang nak order storage bottle atau storage bag dengan harga yang murah! Bleh la email sy, lilydaslimshady@hotmail.com atau add FB saya Lilyto Lilo ;)

Autumnz storage bag 12oz RM12/bag (Ready Stock)

Autumnz storage bag 7oz RM12/0bag (Ready Stock)

Autumnz storage bag: Features

BPA Free
Double walled to preserve nutrients effectively
Medical grade material, perfect for safe and extended freezer storage
Thick laminate to prevent ink leeching
Pre-sterilised bags to ensure safe feeding
DOUBLE zipper top to prevent leakage
No-spill self-standing bottom
Heat sealed sides to prevent splitting
Easy to read designated area for date, name and time
Pre-calibrated ounce/ml markings for accurate measuring

Jingle Jungle - Breastmilk Storage Bag 12oz (25 Pieces) *BPA FREE* RM11 (Ready Stock)

Storing Breastmilk Made Easy Now

* 350ml/12oz storage with leak proof double zipper lock.

* Pre-sterilised and ready for use out of the box.

* Gusseted bottom allows bag to stand upright.

* Ideal for refrigerator/freezer storage

* Recyclable

JJ note: Jingle Jungle Breastmilk Storage Bags are for one time use only but can be recycled into trashcan liners and cans, compost bins, shipping envelopes, paneling, lumber, landscaping ties, floor tile and etc... Please clean bags before recycling.


1. Open the milk bag by gently tearing off the seal at the top and pulling the zipper seal apart
2. Bags are pre-sterilised and do not need to be washed before use
3. Pour breastmilk into storage bag ensuring not to overfill.
4. Seal the bag closed and mark the date and time on the bag
5. When freezing air should be removed as much as possible. Take the bag between your forefinger and middle finger (like scissors) and press the air above the liquid towards the zipper and then seal.
6. To thaw breastmilk, place sealed bag in refrigerator or run under cool tap water. To warm breastmilk, place sealed bag in warm water.
7. Do not microwave breastmilk or storage bags containing breastmilk. Do not thaw breastmilk in very hot or boiling water. Once thawed, do not refreeze or refrigerate breastmilk again.

Autumnz storage bottle clear RM32/box (Ready Stock)

Autumnz storage bottle Lilac Sweeties RM33/box (Ready Stock)

Autumnz storage bottle Green Bees RM33/box (Ready Stock)

Autumnz storage bottle Pinky Lambs RM33/box (Ready Stock)

1 box consists of 8 bottles get 2 bottles & 5 pcs of Autumnz Double Ziplock Breastmilk Storage Bags FREE
Set includes:
10 x 5oz PP Breastmilk Storage Bottles
10 x Screw Rings
10 x Sealing Discs
5 x Autumnz Double Ziplock Breastmilk Storage Bags

Safe & Non toxic (BPA free and Phthalates Free)
US FDA approved material for safe storage
Made of 100% food grade polypropylene (PP) for safe & longer storage
Compatible with most standard breastpumps (Spectra, Ameda, Autumnz, etc) – can pump directly into the bottle
Embossed ounce/ml markings for durability

Bumble Bee Storage bottle RM30  (Pre-Order)

Bumble Bee Breast Milk Storage Bottles (5oz) is 100% BPA Free
This box consists of total 10 bottles.
Bumble Bee PP Breast milk Storage Bottles are made of BPA-free polypropylene (PP), approved by U.S. FDA. Researches have shown that PP is the BEST & SAFEST plastic for breast milk storage in retaining breast milk beneficial properties.
Compatible with major brands breast pumps. The bottles universal thread size allows the bottles to be screwed directly to most breast pumps & express milk directly into storage bottles.
Save time by pumping directly into the bottles and save money by not buying separate storage bags. For storage, simply insert a sealing disc to store your precious breast milk in the fridge or freezer.
1 Box includes:
* 10 x 5oz PP Breast milk Storage Bottles
* 10 screw rings
* 10 sealing discs

 Mari2 murah2..



Thursday, July 4, 2013

contest baby ceria by http://barangbabymurah.blogspot.com


mari membeli barang baby dengan harga borong, minimum 1barang di blog http://barangbabymurah.blogspot.com


Peraturan contest ::
Contest bermula sekarang!!!
12.6.2013 hingga 7.7.2013.
1.contest terbuka kepada semua golongan masyarakat malaysia tanpa mengira kaum dan bangsa.

2. Semua lapisan umur boleh join.

3. Anda cuma perlu submit gambar baby anda dalam mood yang ceria. Tak kisah samaada baby tu anak sendiri,anak saudara, atau cucu.

4. Jika anda tiada blog,anda boleh submit gambar melalui facebook. 

5. Add facebook personal saya. (Ada di sidebar). Jangan add acc fan pages saya ye..

6.Create 1album khas dengan nama "contest baby ceria by barangbabymurah.blogspot.com"

7. Di dalam album tersebut,anda diwajibkan letak banner contest(refer gambar diatas).

8. Kemudian,anda upload gambar baby anda dalam mood yang ceria dan HARUS TAG FACEBOOK saya.

9. Description gambar haruslah letak point2 berikut :-
Jom membeli barang baby dengan harga borong minimum 1barang di blog http://barangbabymurah.blogspot com

10. Anda juga harus menulis hadiah yang anda nak jika anda dipilih sebagai pemenang.
1.rocker fishes price newborn to todder(biru).
2. Trunki bag (pink,merah,purple,kuning,biru)
3. Ergo carrier (hitam,pink,grey,hijau,biru)
4.toys storage(pooh,cars,princess)
5.playmat mothercare(pink, lion)
6.toilet train toddler
7.elc purple with hanging toys

Sila pilih salah satu. Jika anda dipilih sebagai pemenang,saya akan hadiahkan pilihan yang anda pilih di awal contest.

11. Jika anda nak join melalui entry blog,  anda harus letak title entry :: contest baby ceria by http://barangbabymurah.blogspot.com

12. Anda harus masukkan gambar banner contest.

13. Masukkan juga gambar anak anda dalam mood ceria.

14. Anda perlu menulis di bawah gambar tersebut :- " mari membeli barang baby dengan harga borong,minimum 1barang di blog http://barangbabymurah.blogspot.com"

15. Anda juga harus menulis hadiah yang anda nak jika anda dipilih sebagai pemenang.
1.rocker fishes price newborn to todder(biru).
2. Trunki bag (pink,merah,purple,kuning,biru)
3. Ergo carrier (hitam,pink,grey,hijau,biru)
4.toys storage(pooh,cars,princess)
5.playmat mothercare(pink, lion)
6.toilet train toddler
7.elc purple with hanging toys

Sila pilih salah satu. Jika anda dipilih sebagai pemenang,saya akan hadiahkan pilihan yang anda pilih di awal contest.

16. Submit kepada saya entry tersebut dengan meninggalkan link entry anda pada ruang komen.

17. Sama ada join melalui facebook atau blog,anda jangan lupa untuk letak nama penuh anda dan nama baby anda.

18. Hanya akan ada 2pemenang dan 8orang hadiah saguhati. Hanya pemenang PERTAMA yang akan dapat hadiah yang dipilih sendiri, pemenang KEDUA akan mendapat TRUNKI BAG. 8 orang saguhati akan menerima rompers ck 3in1.

19. Jika anda pasangan yang berkawen,anda dan suami boleh join secara berasingan.

19. Anda boleh ajak family anda untuk join, 1baby ada 6 7 gambar pun tetap saya terima,tapi haruslah berlainan owner blog dan berlainan owner facebook.

20. Gambar tak semestinya anak anda seorang..gambar anak anda dengan anda boleh. Dengan kawan2 dia boleh..tapi mesri makesure anak anda nampak ceria,nampak happy dalam gambar.(if dalam gambar ramai baby,tolong inform saya mana satu anak anda ye).

21. Contest terbuka kepada baby/toddler umur 6bulan hingga 5tahun.

22. Dibawah gambar banner samaada difacebook atau di blog,sila copy paste langkah2 untuk join contest ini.


List hadiah yang ditawarkan kepada anda jika anda menang(pilih salah satu sahaja).
1.rocker fishes price newborn to todder(biru).
2. Trunki bag (pink,merah,purple,kuning,biru)
3. Ergo carrier (hitam,pink,grey,hijau,biru)
4.toys storage(pooh,cars,princess)
5.playmat mothercare(pink, lion)
6.toilet train toddler
7.elc purple with hanging toys

Jika dipilih sebagai pemenang,saya nak toys storage (pooh)!

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Baby sleeping tips!

Helping Baby develop safe, healthy sleep habits is a learning process for both Mommy and Baby. The most important things you can do is to learn to recognize when the little one is sleepy. If Baby always rubs her eyes when she's drowsy or if she becomes fussy or irritable, you'll know it's time to get her ready for bed. Ther will help Baby get the sleep she needs, when she needs it.

Make sure that Baby's mattress is firm and is flat against the sides of the crib. Her sleeping area should be free of pillows, comforters, and plush toys. If Baby is using a blanket, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that Baby sleep with her feet at the end of the crib. The blanket should be tucked around the crib mattress and should only go up as far as her chest.
Just like you, Baby goes through several stages and depths of sleep once she shuts her eyes. During her first stages of sleep, called quiet sleep, the little one will lie still and breathe very regularly. The different stages of quiet sleep will take her from drowsiness to light sleep to deeper sleep, and then back to light sleep. After Baby returns to light sleep, she will gradually move back into active sleep. About half of her sleep is active rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which occurs when babies are dreaming. At ther stage, there will be some movement, including twitching of her muscles and a rolling eye movement under her eyelids. Baby will cycle through quiet sleep and active sleep several times each time she rests.

Don't be concerned if Baby's body jerks around or if her breathing pattern is slightly irregular as she sleeps. If you think something's wrong, though, follow your instincts. Alert your pediatrician if you see any sustained motor activity or if Baby's breathing sound distressed and labored as she sleeps.

Baby uses these periods of deep, active sleep to consolidate her memories, all the things she learns throughout the day. Adults go through a similar process when we sleep, but because Baby is learning so many new things, her brain needs more time to process it all as she sleeps. Baby will develop a more consistent sleep schedule as her nervous system matures and she is able to go longer between feedings.
Night Time Survival Strategies!
  • Stick to a bedtime. Don't wait until Baby is rubbing her eyes or yawning to put her to bed. If Baby is winding down at 8 p.m., make that her bedtime.
  • Get into the routine. Thirty minutes to an hour before bedtime, start a calming ritual. Give a bath, put on her pajamas, and read a story or two or sing to her.
  • Put your baby in her crib awake. Ther will train her to fall asleep in her crib and not in parents’ arms. Baby will also learn to soothe herself back to sleep instead of being rocked or held, which means more restful, uninterrupted sleep for parents. If your child is routinely rocked to sleep at bedtime, what happens when she wakes up alone at 2 am? Answer: She cries. They need to know how to put themselves back to sleep. The little one will be less likely to suffer from insomnia or other sleep problems as she grows older if she learns to fall asleep on her own from a young age.
  • Tune out. If Baby seems sensitive to household sounds, try running a white-noise machine or a fan in her room.
  • Let the sun in. Expose baby to about 30 minutes of light each morning. Light suppresses the release of the sleep hormone melatonin; ther helps set her internal clock -- making it easier for her to fall asleep at night.
  • Don't make eye contact. Avoid gazing into Baby's eyes late at night. When Baby locks eyes with you, it's almost like she's drinking a double latte-her heart rate speeds up, her blood pressure rises, and she becomes more awake. Do make plenty of eye contact during the day so she knows it's time to be awake. Plus, it boosts brain development and bonding.
  • Regulate the temp. Keep Baby's room warmer during the day and cooler at night.
  • Use dimmers. Light is one way to regulate babies' circadian rhythm--the body's internal clock. Plug lamps into dimmer units and when the sun goes down in the evening, lower the lights--even if Baby isn't going right to bed. To reinforce these rhythms, make sure home is brightly lit during the day, even if she's napping.
  • Cut the caff. You know too much java can rev you up and leave you wide-eyed. It can do the same for your little one if you're breastfeeding. Caffeine from coffee and soda can turn up in breast milk.
  • Fill 'er up. Starting at around 5 p.m., decrease the time between your child's feedings. Ther will give Baby a full stomach before put her to bed and helped her sleep for longer hours.
  • Give diaper duty a rest. The truth is, you don't have to change your baby with each feeding. Just use absorbent night time diapers and a thick diaper cream to protect her skin.
  • Bypass burping. Many breastfeeding babies nurse less avidly at night, so it's not a must to wait for that little gust of air.
  • Hit the bottle. If your breastfeeding Baby wakes often, make it a goal to get her used to drinking your pumped breastmilk from a bottle so you and your spouse can trade off feedings. By sharing the night shift, you both get to enjoy longer stretches of sleep.
  • Make over your room. Everyone's heard about using blackout shades in the baby's room, but put them in your own too. You'll sleep better at night, later in the morning, and snooze more easily during the day while your baby's napping.
  • Do a quick spa treatment. Baby who had a bedtime massage fell asleep faster and slept more soundly than those who didn't have one. Before bed, give your child a 15-minute massage using slow strokes, moderate pressure, and a baby-safe oil.
  • Breathe easy. Slow down your breathing. It sends your baby a signal to be calm.

How Much Sleep Do Children Need?

Infants (up to 11 months): 14 to 15 hours
Toddlers: 12 to 14 hours


Thursday, February 21, 2013

Is Your Baby Ready for Solid Foods?

Hye peeps,

Baby Zara just turned 3 months old TODAY!!! ;p

Last week me and my hubby had a conversation on when is the best time to introduce solid foods to baby Zara. Hubby told me that according to his family, we may start introduce solid foods to baby as early as at 4 months old. Then I said, as far as I know usually people will start on solid once baby reach 6 months.

The discussion initiated a concern so I did some research online.

There are no "strict" age guidelines on introducing solid foods to your baby. But exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life is highly recommended. Exclusive breastfeeding is defined as an infant's consumption of human milk with no supplementation of any type (no water, no juice, no nonhuman milk, and no foods) except for vitamins, minerals, and medications. Exclusive breastfeeding has been shown to provide improved protection against many diseases and to increase the likelihood of continued breastfeeding for at least the first year of life.

My Parent's Insist That My Baby Needs "Real Food"???
Some parents may be tempted to give in to relatives, grandmothers and sometimes even their own mothers, who say "Give that baby some real food, she's starving." or "Nursing that baby isn't enough, he needs some real food".

Remember that "real food" is breast milk and/or formula and these contain all the important nutrients that an infant needs to develop properly. Breast milk in particular, and/or formula, will be enough to sustain your baby's nutritional needs for up to age 1 year old. In fact, introducing solids too early may displace the important nutrition your baby needs to receive from breast milk and/or formula.

This ensures optimal nutritional exposure and may stave off food allergies amongst other issues.  Further studies have shown that an infant's gastrointestinal tract has not or may not have matured enough to properly digest/utilize solid foods until around 6-8 months old.

Studies show that babies are highly individual in developing a readiness for solid foods.  One baby might seem to be ready for solids at 4 months, while another shows no signs of readiness until around 6 or 7 months.  Just because your friend's baby may have began eating solid foods at 3 or 4 months of age does not mean that your baby should. 

"Signs" that may indicate your baby is ready for Solid Foods



I read an article on getting prepared for signs that baby is ready for solid foods. There are many signs that might lead you to believe that your little one is ready to begin eating solid foods. But how exactly do you know if your baby really is ready for solid foods? 

Your baby may be 3 months old or 4 months old when you start to feel she may need "something more" than formula or breast milk.  Maybe she is beginning to awaken more often at night or eat more often than "usual" and you wonder if introducing solid foods may be what she needs.

A Growth Spurt May be Confused with a Readiness for Solid Foods!!!
A growth spurt will occur between 3-4 months of age. Your baby may begin to wake more frequently at night for a feeding as she once did as a newborn.  This growth spurt often accounts for the increased hunger in your baby and it should not be taken as a sign that your baby needs solid foods added to her diet.

You may try offering your baby more frequent nursing sessions and/or bottle feedings instead of solids; you will find that within a week or two, your baby is oftentimes over the growth spurt and back to feeding "as usual".

Here are a few "signs" that may indicate your baby is ready for Solid Foods:
  1.  Loss of tongue-thrust reflex - This allows baby to drink and swallow liquids with ease; with the tongue-thrust reflex still present, baby may simply drink in liquid purees or push the food back out. According to Dr. Jim Sears, in the first four months the tongue thrust reflex protects the infant against choking. When any unusual substance is placed on the tongue, it automatically protrudes outward rather than back. Between four and six months this reflex gradually diminishes, and that glob of cereal actually may have a chance of making it from the tongue to the tummy!
  2. Ability to let you know she is full from a "meal" with signs such as turning away from the bottle or breast.  This is important so that baby is able to self-regulate the amount of food being eaten.  This helps stop baby from accidentally overeating as parents may continue to feed baby thinking that she is still hungry.  
  3. Ability to sit up and hold head up unassisted  
  4. Doubling of birth weight  

Won't My Baby Sleep Through the Night If We Start Solids?
Some parents believe that if they start solids "early" then their infants will sleep through the night sooner.  As your baby grows, his sleeping patterns as well as eating patterns change continually. 

Around the time a few parents begin to offer solids early is just about the time that an infant may be sleeping for longer periods at a time.  This is a natural progression as an infant ages and it oftentimes coincides with the addition of early solids.  This coincidence perpetuates the dangerous myth that early offerings of solid foods will help an infant sleep "through the night".

For example between 6-8 months old, baby is often back to waking at night for a feeding.  By this time baby should be eating solids and it appears that those solids are no longer helping baby sleep through the night.  In reality, baby is hitting another growth spurt and may wake again during the night for more feedings regardless of eating solids. This really is "normal" and your baby may wake again during the night for more feedings regardless of eating solids.

**Please keep in mind that these "signs" of being ready for solids do not mean that your baby's inner digestive system is mature and ready.  You should thoroughly discuss starting your baby on solid foods with your baby's pediatrician.

If your pediatrician insists that you start your 4 month old infant on solids and you don't feel baby is ready, ask the pediatrician to explain the benefits of starting solids early. And remember, you NEVER have to begin introducing complementary foods simply because your pediatrician has suggested that you do so; unless there is some medical need.  Only when you have thoroughly discussed the pros and cons of introducing solid foods with your pediatrician will you be able to have a better grasp of just when you should begin offering baby solid foods.