Dear Mak and Ayah,
I am fully aware that both of you are getting old while your little girl is also growing up and about to enter a new phase of her life. There's no word to describe how grateful I am to have your endless love and affection. Thank you for not giving up on supporting me and making every single du'a in your prayers.
For me, those smiles you put on your happy faces are the greatest view I could have in this world! 🌹❤️❤️ .
Your forever little girl
Kecup 😘 manjaah untuk si cintah...
Yaaaa... sejak tau dirinya hamil dan periksa untuk pertama kali, si cintaah 😘 mulai tuh ngerasain mual, ngantuk, pusing, suasana hati yg berubah-ubah, pengen ini itu.. tp alhamdulillah masih dalam batas wajar.
Fase ini si cintah 😘 menikmati masa ngidam (lucu, aneh, spt dibuat2 tp itu nyata dan apa adanya).. Peran suami dimasa ini tu menentukan banget suasana hati istri, nafsu makan, yg ujung2nya juga mempengaruhi kesempurnaan perkembangan janin.. Di fase ini juga saya bener2 harus ekstra sabar, pintar memodifikasi menu makan, manajemen istirahat dan tidur, membaca kembali beberapa literatur yg berkaitan dgn kehamilan.. Hasilnya pun tak mengecewakan.. si cintaah 😘 dalam kondisi sehat wal'afiat, tetap bisa makan dengan porsi gizi seimbang, perkembangan janin berlangsung (alhamdulillah) sempurna setiap check up,.
Kira2 begitu sedikit cerita dari keluarga kecil kami...😍😘
Now from a Teacher's POV that ☝ makes sense and it would be something I could say. But as a daughter? This took me a long time (and some deep convos) to learn this for myself. And to be honest, in many ways I'm only just understanding and bringing what I understand into action.
The trouble with parents who love us well... The parents you look back on and remember to be GOOD parents, who gave you freedom, taught you to be kind, smart, giving and above all, taught you how to love and recognise good love. This kind of good parenting... it lets you think there's this thick rope keeping you together. Sometimes it's cut when you move or marry and leave, or when you go off to study, etc. But no one tells us it's ACTUALLY cut when you were born.
If a child were born and became an orphan, that child is still an individual - they need help to live in those early years but they'll live. Even without their birth parents, they'll live. So why is it so hard to see this with children who are loved and have both/one parent? You learn how to walk and talk, to laugh and share and make friends. Your parents can teach you this, but so can other family members, so can teachers and friends. You can be raised by your parents but not belong to them.
This sense of "I'm my own person" is something that every child should be told from the start:
"You are your own person. I gave birth to you but you don't belong to me, nor do I own you. You don't owe me anything, just find your own path in this world, that is what all of us are here to do."
To any parent who is about to use that "You won't get it until you're a parent" line on me: Save it. YOU were an individual before you gave birth, you are STILL an individual. It is not any different for your child or any child out there. Not even the ones I teach with Special Needs. Yes, they need support with day to day things, but they are still their own person.
This little guy is obsessed with books. He can spend a long time just flipping through the pages and is never tired when his dad is reading to him. We wanted to capture this side of his personality that his parents love so much!
Weiter geht es mit „Color“: Hier geht es um weiß und weißer.
Je farbloser ein Stein ist, desto seltener und damit wertvoller ist er.
Hier gibt es allerdings auch eine Ausnahme:
Die farbigen Diamanten, sprich pinke, blaue, grüne Steine (ja, es gibt auch blaue und pinke Diamanten!) sind in guter Qualität sehr selten und extrem wertvoll.
Und die Qualität ist das Stichwort für unser nächstes Charakteristikum zur Bestimmung von Diamanten... Seid gespannt!