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Changes come in bits and pieces..

And sometimes they come in small packages. Wrapped in the guise of a used disposable diaper.

We survived our first day at the apartment with little jj. The senorita was discharged around 11ish and we made our way home. I drove at a snail's pace. We had waited 9 months for little jj to come out and i'm not about to be reckless in my driving. I realised that there were a lot of impatient people in kl. They were tailgating me and some were doing their overtaking on the left side. But we made it home in one piece. Thank god.

We went to hospital with just one overnight bag, we came home with lotsa stuff. On behalf of the little jj and the senorita, i would like to thank everyone who came to visit and wished us well and also those bearing very useful gifts. Its as if ya'll know what we still haven't got. Cool. The senorita especially enjoys that one gift which was just for her apparently.

I reported in for diaper dooties only today. Apparently i missed my bed sooo much that i didn't realise the senorita poking me to wake up and change the baby the first night we were home. But i soon got into the groove. Hehe. Early baby pooh is still tolerable.

My mom came over yesterday bringing the traditional medicine we got from my aunt in pahang. She even brought this 'tungku batu sungai' to give the senorita a good tungku tutorial and how to properly tie her bengkong. It was very thoughtful of me mom. She has the experience la kan. Even my dad said that the senorita was independent like my mom when she was going through her confinement. Everything she wants to do herself. My dad gave the senorita licence to kerah me to do all the work.

I'm therefore on leave until monday. I need to fetch mak zai for the next couple of days for the senorita's post natal massage do. Will be doing that early in the morning. I'll be going to register little jj at the jpn tomorrow after i send mak zai home. Need to sort out lunch and dinner for the senorita. Till she gets her strength. Will have to squeeze in vacuming the house and some more diaper dooties.

The day isn't even half over and i already felt like a spent househusband. Luckily i'll be getting some help when my sister jannah will be coming over to help out once i have to start work.

For now here's some more pics of little jj.

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