I was sitting in front of the PC, cracking my head to come up with a proper title for this post as I have several things to write about. So I finally settled for ‘assortment of topics’.
First thing first. Today is my mum’s 63rd birthday and I’d like to wish her a very happy birthday. I pray that God will bless her with many, many more blissful birthdays and good health always – free from aches and pains.
Secondly, I am glad that Baby has finally established a routine to poo poo at almost the same time everyday, which is immediately after her breakfast. For the past 3 days, when I put her on her potty, she had no problem pooping within minutes. It’s fuss-free and she’s happy. It helps that she’s been off the daily prophylactics antibiotics since 27 August 09. In the past, she had watery stools and purging all the time, no thanks to the antibiotics that she’d been taking everyday for 14 months, which had wrecked her guts and caused them to go haywire. Today, we pooped together – I sat on the throne and she sat on the potty inside the loo, with the door closed 😀 We can do this everyday, it’s fun and it saves time!
Now that Baby’s poo poo pattern is established and is partly potty trained (she is brought to the potty to pee every hour), she can start wearing her cloth diapers again, yay! Which means there will be some savings on disposable diapers!
Today I fried vermicelli again. It’s something that all my gals love and it’s simple and quick to cook. Here’s the big pot of fried vermicelli cooked with organic miso paste (in replacement of the unhealthy thick black caramel sauce and oyster sauce), lean pork, brocolli, sawi, tofu pok and eggs. We will eat this for lunch and dinner. For dinner, I will pan fry some steaks that the hubs had bought from Lee’s Frozen yesterday.
Baby eats the fried vermicelli too but her portion is without the seasoning. I dished up her portion before adding in the seasoning. It has a little soy sauce and pepper though.
Guess what happened to Sher’s fried vermicelli today? This fler asked for tomato sauce, so I gave her some. But when I turned my back, she poured some more tomato sauce onto her plate of vermicelli, SO much that I was shocked to see a plate of red stuff there! I shall blog about this later.
To all my Muslim readers, Selamat Hari Raya and happy holidays to everyone else!
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