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Rambut Rontok pada Anak

rambut rontok pada anakAnak sulung saya, Abby, 8 tahun, seminggu belakangan mengalami rontok rambut. Saya sendiri juga sebenarnya memiliki masalah yang sama, tetapi ketika saya mau mengeluh, saya menemukan rambut Abby berserakan di kasur ketika membereskan tempat tidurnya. Lebih kaget lagi ketika turun ke lantai bawah, menemukan jumlah rambut yang lebih banyak tercecer di dekat sofa. Ya, ampun, ini sudah tidak normal. Jauh lebih banyak dari rambut saya yang rontok dan sering saya keluhkan. Continue reading “Rambut Rontok pada Anak”

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Menulis Komik, Bermain Kapur

Menulis Komik, Bermain KapurSetelah sekian lama Abby tidak menggambar, beberapa hari yang lalu, ia menggambar di papan tulis.

Papan tulis memang dibelikan Papanya setelah ia menggambar dinding kamar dengan kapur. Kami memang tidak membiasakan Abby menggambar atau menulisi dinding. Dari kecil sengaja menyediakan media yang lain untuk mengakomodir kesenangannya corat-coret. Papa Abby memang orang yang rapi, senang melihat semua bersih dan tertata baik, kebalikan dengan saya yang lebih sembarangan. Tapi karena memang sudah disepakati tidak boleh mencoret dinding, ya itulah yang dijalani.

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Abby’s First Home Video

This is Abby’s first home videos. She asked me too many times to post her video on Youtube, but uploading a 30-40 minutes video could take forever with our internet speed. We already recorded from the beginning while she tried to build Lego, but editing in mobile version is very limited. In other hand, my knowledge of editing with high tech application is barely zero. 🙂 (*even aligning this video to center is still unsuccessful after trying this and that for a half day). Poor me.. :p. So, we tried to make it simple, and short enough, and we decided to record this.

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Abby’s Drawings

Here are some of Abby’s drawing in her spare times. When tab time has elapsed, and tv time is over, drawing is one of her particular thing to do. Many of her drawings ended up in envelopes when she gave it to her classmates, or just left unknown because she often drew in random papers or books. I once gave her a sketch book to track her drawings but she preferred to do things her own way, which is randomly anywhere she wanted. So, I took pictures in order to keep track of her drawings and also to record her drawing skills. Sometimes she followed a ‘how to draw’ application in her tab, but these are just freely her own ideas. Continue reading “Abby’s Drawings”