Tuesday, October 30, 2012

POUCHES FOR SALE

I'm getting these ready for Christmas.  Each pouch is supposed to be $14 but now I'm giving a reduction of $2 to any order that comes from my blog.  EACH POUCH YOU ORDER THROUGH MY BLOG HERE IS $12!!

If you wish to order any of these, please email to me HERE.
Please indicate in your email subject header:  POUCH THROUGH BLOG

Proceed to let me know which design you want and I will give you more information from there.
NOTE:  FOR SINGAPORE BUYERS ONLY.  CUSTOMER TO PAY POSTAGE.


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VITAMIN C

For a few years now, I'm always a litter wary when thinking about giving vitamin C to Jonathan.
For all those times that I did give him, he would have a reaction to them.

Recently I have come across a vitamin C that is non acidic. But those were tablets that I'm unwilling to feed through the Bard button. Two days ago, we found this at the pharmacy:


Its non-acidic and vegetarian.  500gm of vitamin c should be enough for Jonathan for now.
It's in capsule form and the powder inside is super fine and went down the tube easily.

This morning I only gave him half to test.  If all goes well, will just continue with this. Will keep you posted.

Thanks for dropping by.  God bless!

Monday, October 29, 2012

GARDENS BY THE BAY

H was off today.  And so when Jonathan woke up at 8.30am, I asked if he was keen to go out and he said yes.

The good thing about Jonathan nowadays is that he's very good at gauging if he's ok to go out or not.  Most of the time he's spot on.  Whenever he says "no" to going out, he ends up doing his poo business.  He knows that it will be very inconvenient to change when we are out so he will rather stay at home.

This morning he was confident and said "yes" while I prayed that his bowel movements will be ok. LOL.

So we left home at 10 and reached Gardens by the Bay about twenty minutes later.  The place was rather quiet, except for a primary school class, a group of kindergarten kids and a bunch of tourists.

Upon reaching, we went straight to the SuperTree section and got ourselves tickets for the OCBC Skywalk.  A bridge that spans from one Supertree to another.

 This is one of the Supertree (above)


The one-way bridge


Jonathan loves to go high and see the tall buildings.  It was  breezy up there and the air was clear.

After a hearty breakfast at the Coffee Shop, we headed for the Flower Dome.  The main display theme was Halloween.  Coincidentally, Jonathan chose to wear orange today and to have him match with the bright colors of different flowers is really something!



 The Flower Dome is airconditioned.  This makes it so pleasant.  I was worried that the plant smell will irritate our noses but there wasn't any overbearing smell at all.


The first level featured all types of plants and flowers from all around the world.  The 2nd level was full of all types of cactus, some we have never seen before!

Here are some unique cactus and Jonathan stretching his hands to touch one of them.






Overall we had a good time. We didn't finish touring the Garden as the Cloud Dome was under maintenance.  But of course the biggest surprise was that Jonathan said he liked it.  LOL!  All these years he has shown us his dislike for nature but today was an exception!

Thanks for dropping by.  God Bless!

Thursday, October 04, 2012

A MARKED IMIPROVEMENT - ACCORDING TO ME :)

In terms of fine motor skills, I must say that Jonathan has made some marked improvement.

He wasn't able to do much with his hands before, although he can hold something for a mere one second.  But what took me by surprise was when he did what I never thought he would do....that is to pull down his t-shirt to cover his tummy,

See in the video clip below. He is definitely a right hander.

video

I praise God for he is capable of doing this.  And moreover, being able to do it properly.

He tried to help me change his t-shirt once.  But of course it was a little difficult.  Perhaps with more practice, he will be able to do it next time.

And I will look forward to that :))

Thanks for dropping by my journal.  God bless you!!