Wednesday, November 03, 2010

There's something made just right for children

Ayra is progressing well for her age. She is one active girl and enjoys exploring the world using all her senses and motor skills. Her energy level is like the Energizer Bunny - she can't sit still for more than 5 minutes! Ada jer aktiviti dia nak buat. But it's great tho because she's learning things!

Building tower blocks

Basic shape recognition


Main masak-masak

Main shopping-shopping
(dan selamba main check postbox entah sape-sape).

Heck, she even knows how to use iMac to watch her fave nursery rhymes on YouTube!
Don't play-play ok. This kid is an iMac (and iPhone) whiz!

Unfortunately, Ayra does not show any interest when it comes to food. She would rather play than eat anything at all! This is how she would react almost every time when I give her food:

Or, she would take the food but end up playing with them!

Seriously this girl is such a picky eater. She would only eat fish (or "pish" as she calls it), carrot, apple, pish, pish and pishhhh! Sometimes I even lied saying that the rice is "pish" just so she would eat, but of course she knows.

It can be frustrating when she refused to eat anything. Kids at this age are rapidly growing and they need the right nutrients to optimize their physical and mental development. I'm worried if my child doesn't get enough nutrition. Maybe I should give her the new Dutch Lady Kid milk that I saw in the newspaper ad the other day. The milk is fortified with essential nutrients like magnesium, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, calcium and protein to meet the rapid physical growth needs of children aged between 1-6 years old.

Ayra prefers drinks over food so I'm very sure she would love this drink. Daripada bagi dia minum packet drinks yang entah apa-apa, lebih baik bagi yang ni. At least I know it's nutritious and made just right for her age. The small size pack is convenient too!

By the way, there's also Dutch Lady School milk for children aged between 6-12 years old. This one is customized with Omega 3, Omega 6, Vitamin B3 and Vitamin B6 that can help to enhance brain development and improve attention span for optimum academic performance.

I wish Dutch Lady would come up with milk that is specifically for pregnant and nursing moms too because I have always loved Dutch Lady milk!

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