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Bathe Using Water and Thieves Essential Oil

By on November 27, 2017


What I am going to say next is going to shock some of you. My kids bathe with just water. That’s right. They bathe just using water.

My sons enjoy rugby. They enjoy splashing in the muddy waters more!
Look at those two rascals bathing, one can’t help teasing the other!
Clean kids done and packing up.

Last weekend, I went to Indonesia for a sharing session with the current and new members of Young Living Indonesia. I did mention to the crowd there about removing chemicals from my kids lives for good. Then, I mentioned my kids only shower with just water. No soaps. I got this response,”Eww, gross”, “Are you out of your mind?” kind of look. The overall look of disbelief and disapproval.

But it is true I do not give my kids soap. Even if I did, they would end up finishing it within a week playing with the bubbles.

So, you think it is unhygienic, oily, stacks many layers of dead skin and smells bad. Not really. Actually, it is very safe to bathe with just water. After their shower, I would rub a drop of Thieves Essential Oil on their sole.  This helps to fight against germs and viral infection. My kids’ skin is also no longer prone to dryness. And no more money wasted to buy soap stocks and goodbye harsh chemicals!

There are reasons why I don’t like the over the counter bath gel and shampoo but mainly it is the synthetic chemicals. Our skin has pores and it easily absorbs chemicals onto the skin and into the bloodstream. These things happen while bathing, washing plates, wearing over the counter lotions and applying impure oils. The risk of synthetic chemicals is obvious, oxidative stress, allergic reactions, wax covering the pores, artificial scent sticks to the skin, flaking and dry skin. Why not completely change that by opting for a healthier and natural way of handling life’s routine?

I always encourage my kids to play outdoors, rain or shine. Most parents would freak out or limit their kids from playing in the rain. Fear that they might catch colds. But I wouldn’t worry. Despite playing with mud and dirt, I am grateful they are healthy and no cold in sight. The key here is (1) boost their immune system, (2) chemical free product lifestyle and (3) restful sleep because only during deep sleep the immune system and growth hormone production reaches its maximum.

During a hot sunny day, before my kids out and running under the sun, I would place a drop of Frankincense on their head and if they play during rain or swimming, I would put a drop on their chest, just to seal so that their chest doesn’t become cold and directly preventing them from flu.

Play under the hot sun? No worries, mom has Frankincense Essential Oil!
Enjoying the beach and the clear waters. Having a blast under the sun, eh, kids? What happens if you become overheated? No worries, play as much as you like. Mom has Frankincense Essential Oil and Lavender Oil to help you rest like a baby.
Experiment with your toys? Go and play.

At night, to ensure deep sleep, I would diffuse Essential Oils in their rooms. Then they will have a good night sleep and could wake up early with no fuss.

So you can let kids be kids and worry less about your kids’ health. Need to know more about how I help my kids maintain good immune system? Get them to sleep soundly at night? Contact me here.



***Do you know?

According to the Environmental Working Group, women use an average of 12 products a day, containing 168 different chemicals. Men use fewer products, but still put 85 chemicals on their bodies. Teens on average use 17 personal care products a day, according to the group, which tested 20 teens’ blood and urine seven years ago to find out which chemicals from these products were ending up in their bodies. They said they found 16 hormone-altering chemicals, including parabens and phthalates. 



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First-Ever PLAY-DOH® Month Celebration!

By on September 25, 2015

I have so much to share but so little time i have. I am almost always running. Whole month of august i was occupied with Nouman Ali’s course…can’t believe it i survive the hectic-ness of daily life for that whole much. I really wanna pen that down here but that will have to wait coz here’s something one shouldn’t miss! It’s tomorrow! Bring your lil ones. Kids and Play-Doh are just something u can’t separate. They will never say no to it and it is just great, how they can occupied themselves with it, coming out with such creative creation. A great activity to sharpen their creativity skill.

Come and Experience the First-Ever PLAY-DOH® Month Celebration!

Let Malaysia’s Colourful Community inspire your kids to create their best PLAY-DOH® sculptures and be part of The Malaysia Book of Records attempt!

Kuala Lumpur, September 14, 2015: A healthy imagination plays an important role in helping children learn, and for over 50 years, PLAY-DOH® has inspired young children to play, invent, experiment and sculpt their own unique creations.

That’s why the first-ever PLAY-DOH® Month is such exciting news!

From September 21 to 27 at Ground Floor HighStreet, 1 Utama, adults and children alike get the chance to create their own Malaysia-inspired masterpieces out of PLAY-DOH® – it can be anything you choose, be it sculptures or numbers and alphabets. 

As you create and re-create, you also get the chance to participate in The Malaysia Book of Records attempt for the most PLAY-DOH® sculptures created in a single day on September 26 (Saturday), and a successful attempt will see your PLAY-DOH® creations on display for all Malaysians to admire, with the most creative sculptures winning exciting PLAY-DOH® prizes!

With PLAY-DOH® there’s really no limit to your imagination, and you can even work in teams or as a family to create something special by sharing ideas. As a tool to encourage learning and experimentation, it’s hard to beat PLAY-DOH® – through hands-on, structured play and encouragement children can learn many skills, from recognising shapes and colours to learning how colours mix and blend, and even social and intellectual skills such as collaboration and problem-solving.

You and your kids can get started to “Shape a Colourful Community” with some of these tips:

Step 1: Work as a team with your kids to imagine what everyone in the family think will best and most positively represent Malaysia. You can even draw your ideas out first using colourful marker pens, colour pencils, or crayons.

Step 2: Materialise your idea using PLAY-DOH® compound. Do experiment and encourage each other as you go along. You can combine the different colours and mix them well with fingers until they become a different colour, and use any other items you have ready in the house to press patterns and make various shapes with the compound.

Step 3: Watch as you and your children transition your flat design into a colourful 3D Malaysia-inspired masterpiece creation!

here’s some Play-Doh representing Truly Malaysia 🙂

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Play-Doh (16)

Play-Doh (1)

For more information and updates about PLAY-DOH® Month, be sure to visit the PLAY-DOH® website:

Stay tune for my very own sculpture 🙂



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Colourful Lil Explorer

By on February 3, 2010

Firstly, wanna appologize for taking quite sometime to update my blog. Sorry to those parents who have been waiting for their child’s photo. Byk sgt gmbar, bepinau gak nk tgk, pilih, resize and watermarking. And now im not sure how do i write an entry on this. Just tempek gambar or do i need to do lil review on it?

i’ll just write watever flow that comes out of my head ya…

Alhamdulillah, weather was very kind to us that day…all were busy in the garden. tp sbb mostly dah besar and ade perasaan malu, ade few yg taknk be on just diapers. Emma even cried when her mom nak change her baju, malu lah depan kawan2 bukak baju

tgk tu, berkaca lagi mata die…

Emma doesnt quite like the idea of getting dirty,

perhaps she was in a lil shocked to see her hands all covered in colours

xpe, there’s always a first time to everything. Its okay if she prefers to watch around. It’s all about the idea of exposing our lil’ ones to different activities

I’m sure she did pick up a thing or two by observing others =) And after awhile, yay her parents managed to get her footprint

and here’s Afif looking very clean at the beginning of the session

and he prefers to stay clean just like Emma

both of them stood in the middle, they prefered to observed others instead =)

anyhow, her mom managed to get her son’s handprint

Ilhan pun at first wasn’t comfortable with the idea getting his hands covered with paint

But ended up he had great time with the paint, in fact he had the longest attention span with the paint

Farah from 5577studio helping out with the foot stamping


It took awhile for Sofea to warm up, but i was happy to see her smiling away after that. Shows that she did enjoy herself too

Smiling away waiting for a new sheet of paper

busy stamping her handprint

oh look at this pic, sofea gigih berusaha nk buat peace, trying to put up two of her fingers while holding the paper

And this is Ammar’s second time joining session by KIDS in CHARGE. He came previously for the baking session.

One of the advantage of having a playgroup is that kids get to mingle and observe others. By observing others, they’ll get more idea and exposure. Below, Ammar pointing to other’s artwork,

At the end of the day, while waiting for his dad, Ammar played with hArith. Ammar’s mom did mentioned during the baking session that he wants Ammar to mingle around. And alhamdulillah this time around, during the finger painting session, he played with hArith. And we were working on to get him to share the car 😉

He likes the car sooo much. In fact dah sorok utk elak kn berebut…tapi ade yg jumpe

And just like the lil crawlers, the explorer had the same fun to end the finger painting session , the water sprinkler…

Ilhan drinking…hihi

And Ilhan didnt want to allow her mom to get close to him…he wanted to play with the water longer. Whenever his mom did and attempt to take him, he’ll direct the water to his mom. Smart ya!

So ended up mak bapak sume diri jauh2

While other kids busy playing with the water, Emma still khusyuk observing

and Afif lak stood still, didn’t move even an inch. Parents die kate sbb jarang pijak rumput. So it was totally a new texture for him

Thanks to all parents that enrolled their children. My Saturday was full with colours, morning and evening =)

and oh hArith had his hand n foot printing too

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Colourful Little Crawlers

By on January 31, 2010

I surely had a great Saturday yesterday. The garden was full of colours. Yes, I had 2 session of finger painting, morning for the little crawlers and evening for the little explorer. I shall do a post on the little crawlers first.

Innitially my intention of having such session was aim for the little crawlers’ age group. But it turn out more interest came from the little explorer, thus i came out with two session. Thanks to Farah from for helping out to conduct the session, yes she was the one with the tangan seni, came with homemade colours 😉

We had 3 crawlers in the morning, all were happily playing with the colours.  All mom were supporting enuff to allow freedom of colours…hihi

Faheem came with clothes on, i suggested to be on just diapers but apparently their parents had other plan. The wanted to treassure the moment of Faheems first painting session, that they were willing to sacrifice his attire. Purposely put Faheem in white tshirt, and they intend to frame up the attire.

Here’s Faheem at the beginning of the session..all clean and white

And he literally followed his parents’ plan. instead of busy painting the paper he was busy putting the paint on his clothes.

Faheem really enjoyed the paint that he actually put it all over himself

here’s a closer look of his foot

Malaeka was also having a fiesta time with the colours, i think i need not say it more…let the photos show it

I know most parents are concern about the paint, especially at this age..they have the tendency to put everything in their mouth. Of coz this was the few main consideration i did before coming out with this session. Yes, the paint is safe for your lil ones, it is homemade paint…all the ingredients come from the kitchen. Still unsure whether it is safe or not? Let these photos tell you

Need more assurance? How about this?

Baby Mikhail wasn’t really in the mood, was given some ubat for his cough so i think he was a lil drowsy. However tak pulak dgr die batuk. Wah ubat tu must be really good.

It was so cute to see babies crawling everywhere,

And I did email to everyone saying extra clothes are ESSENTIAL for both, babies n mommies. Yes, not only the babies will be full in colours, moms too

All moms were cool enough about letting the kids get their “shower” in the garden. At first tak berani lah nak mandai2 kan coz dah kul 10 lebih, matahari pun dah ade kang flu lak anak2 tu main air under the sun but the moms were saying “alar ni matahari pagi…tarahal” so me pun ape lagi on lah the water sprinkler

At first, Malaeka kena parking dulu near the sprinkler by her mom, and later joined by others

This was of coz wasn’t their real shower. They went in to have warm shower and later i even gave them to sapu vicks on their chest.

Oh ya, besides their “master piece” they brought home souveneir too

I definitely had a colourful morning =)

n hope the lil crawlers n moms enjoyed their saturday morning too

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