Thank You

By on February 9, 2015
To the father who blew bubbles at Datuk Sulaiman park for the kids yesterday, I would like to say my appreciation.
My son who has autism loves bubbles. He was kept entertain when you blew the bubbles, and when you offered him to blow, he was certainly happy. I was however afraid he might ended up making a scene when he had to return the bubble wand back to you. But you had such great patience telling the other kids waiting in turn that we have to reason out with my son. You told him in a manner where he could understand, you gave some interval before explaining it back to him its the other kids’ turn. You even guided the other kids who were simply eager to blow, to ask nicely from my boy. Amazing, everything was in such good control. All kids get to enjoy and my son was given that chance to join the crowd. It means so much to us, family. Thank you
Thanks once again

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A Free Sharing Session

By on January 11, 2015

I have been wanting to share with all of you on our amazing new journey for Uzair, we started using essential oils and craniosacral therapy. these two compliment each other well. Mashaa Allah, we are happy with the progress he has made. Yes, it is still a long more way to go, but we are definitely looking forward for more progress from him, inshaa Allah. When i was introduced to this essential oils early 2014, i started to google on it and after few blogs i read, i came across one blog where the mom wrote on his son. As i was reading the blog entry, i was like “gosh, this entry is like as though i am writing about uzair!” The mom’s descriptions, stories and experience sound just like what im going through. Thus i ended up getting all oils that mom was using on the boy. If im not mistaken there were about 9 oils all together. Unfortunately i didn’t see much different. I tried doing my own research and tried getting some help, but sadly uzair wasn’t progressing much. Somehow rather, i did not loose hope on the oils. I was thinking if lots of parents out there have successful stories of the essential oils, then the problem could be me; either wrong selection of the essential oils or wrongly aplied. I then became more determined to do further research on these essential oils.

I heard about a therapist in Singapore, badly wanted to bring uzair to see her but with Syauqi’s and her busy schedules, we could not get any earlier slot. We finally met her in August, made a trip to Singapore. And from August 2014 till now, we’ve been getting guidance from the therapist, Yonie, Alhamdulillah.

Good news is, you dont have to travel all the way to Singapore. We have invited her to Malaysia and will be having a free sharing session. Do contact the number on poster below for any enquiries. Opportunity not to be missed!





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Wellness Blend – Boost Immunity

By on November 3, 2014



These are the oils used to make the Wellness Blend. Kids’ apply to their sole before putting on their socks to school. Alhamdulillah, if one of them catch flu, they no longer pass baton to other siblings despite sleeping in the same room.


15 drops Melrose

15 drops Thieves

15 drops lemon

7 drops oregano

7 drops frankincense


Melrose blend ( Rosemary, Melaleucam Clove, Niaouli)

–       This is a blend of four essentials oils that have strong antiseptic properties to cleanse and disinfect cuts cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, and bruised tissue. These oils help regenerate damaged tissue and reduce inflammation. It is powerful when diffused to dispel odors, purify the air, and protect against daily radiation bombardment


Thieves blend (clove, lemon, cinnamon bark, eucalyptus radiate, rosemary)

–       most amazing blend of highly antiviral, antiseptic,antibacterial, and anti-infectious essential oils



–       antitumoral, antiseptic, improves microcirculation, immune stimulant, improves memory, relaxation, rich in limonene.



–       antiaging, powerful antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, immune stimulant, antinociceptive, radioprotective, liver protectant.



–       antitumoral,immunostimulant, antidepressant, muscle relaxing


*Essential Oils Desk Reference Sixth Edition


Apply to feet every morning or night before bed. Apply through out the day if the seem to be fighting a bug.


If you dont wish to buy all the 5 oils needed to make the blend, i do have the readymade blend for sale.





*this statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat,cure or prevent disease

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Towards Natural Resources

By on October 29, 2014

Remember my previous post i mentioned bout essential oils? curious to know further?

Insya Allah, for the first time ever, Genius Baby On Board will host the Sharing Session called “The best method to free your baby, child and family from chemical and harmful substance”


Learn how you could help your child to live a healthy life without any chemical substance and medications from the early age of a baby! This sharing session is at NO COST from a renowned Speaker that is flown in from Singapore.

Yonie Bonawi, a holistic healthcare practitioner will give a talk on the wonders of essential oils for health, wellness, mind and soul. She is a certified therapist and very knowledgeable in her area of expertise.

Learn how essence from plant extracts, free from any chemical substance with the highest most degree of quality could help you and your family live the life that is healthier with mind and emotions that are very active and a body that is full of energy.

Who should attend:

❤️Parents that wanted to reduce the needs to depend on medicines and chemical products for their child such as fever, flu, cough, asthma, allergy, eczema and other auto immune medicines.

♥Those that use natural remedies and nutrition as part of their healing process for the family

♥Teachers of all sorts (from kiddies to secondary schools), therapists and all that are directly involve with children and patients that wish to learn other alternative methods that are safe and healthier in the healing process.

♥ Those who wish to learn in managing and harmonizing the emotions of children that are detected or diagnosed with behavioural issues, learning disability and delayed development such as Autism, ADHA, GDD, CP and DS.

Listen to sharing session made by the parents that have been exposed or have used these methodologies and hear their challenges and inspiring achievements that they have gone through with their child facing multi facets of issues.

Please find the details of this session:

Date : 2 November 2014
Day : Ahad
Time : 10.30 am
Venue : Waiting Area, Genius Baby On Board, 47-2, Jalan Meranti Jaya 3/1, Taman Meranti Jaya, Puchong, Selangor.
RSVP : 0162033340

Please contact GBOB for reservation. These are limited slot, so please register early.
Thank you. See you this weekend.

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Handwriting; could it be the essential oil?

By on October 23, 2014

Im not sure how to start this post, but as most of my readers know that i have premature born babies. They were born at 26 weeks weighing 760 gram and 600 gram. We were given a great length of briefing regarding premature babies by the doctors when they were in Special Care Nursery (SCN), we were told of the two end of spectrum that our kids might have. Alhamdulillah, they are growing beautifully, now age 7. If someone new to us, they wouldnt know the kids were born premature. They are just like any other 7 years old. However for my gal, she has some focus issue and errrr extremely untidy handwritting. Initially when she was in preschool, i didn’t take serious on that issue as i was assuming she took my genes on that matter. Harith on the other hand must have had the father’s genes on this matter. Somehow, there was a wake up call in regards to her handwriting when she went for an islamic private school assessment test to enter Year 1. Her handwriting were raised and plus few other issues, and we ended up not getting a slot in that school. Yup, how shocking it was to us…just because of handwriting it became a major concern and not getting a spot in the school. We tried being proactive in that matter, did some intensive cross patterning exercise (crawling) as suggested by the school principal and went again for an informal assessment test. again, the issue of her handwriting was raised. We were told to arrange for another written assessment test in a month time. And the day came, the school called me but i was busy and couldnt attend to the phone. The school called the husband instead…and he had enough of this unnecessary pressure. Told the lady that we no longer interested in that school.

So over the year (Year 1) she really had a terrible handwriting. I suspected it was because of her eyes. She did Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) twice when she was 2 months old. She had lazy eye before and i came to realise she have problem doing eye tracking (where her eye balls are suppose to follow movement of my finger). We’ve been doing eye check up for her but it indicate no power. just slight astigmatism. I do notice she had problem to estimate the spacing of each letter. she would write ; th    e bal l isr ed. (the ball is red). but now since her primary school made it compulsory to do cursive handwriting, she overcome that spacing problem coz each letter in a word need to be joined . she tend to write words close to each other though, inconsistency in spacing. Oh another thing i suspect was,  she have problem copying from the whiteboard. Since whiteboard doesnt have lines, when she copies…she get lost half way, not sure where was the last word she copied. to look back and forth at the whiteboard and her exercise book was a major task for her. and automatically she got demotivated to complete a work from the whiteboard. it just took so much effort for her to copy the work.

However, something surprising happen;

This was her work on Thursday, her usual handwriting….



And on Saturday , yes just 2 days apart….she gave me this handwriting while doing her school homework.

photo 1


I was so shocked. amazed at the improvement, mashaa Allah. I dont know how that happen. and the only additional thing i’ve been doing on her is applying essential oils. Since we started using essential oil on Uzair (will write a different post on that) i decided to get oil for her eyes. We are currently using the Young Living Essential Oil.   Well i cant say for sure its the oil that helps her but yes thats the only different thing ive been doing on her. Oh there was something else happen. I had a general meeting with her principal. If it was not the oil, maybe perhaps because she got panic she might need to face the principal since she got to know i had a meeting with her principal.  Besides her handwritting, she has better control of her eye balls too now. Alhamdulillah

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