Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Tick tock

Hi guys! How time flies. Feel like yesterday been admitted to hospital and now here I am.

First week has gone. And baby is 1 week old. Can view baby pictures here .

As I were C-section, I would not allowed to have any chicken meat for first week. My Foochow confinement lady cooked quite nice meals for me. About 4 meals a day. I don't think I can stand 5 meals. Lol.

Btw she learnt how to cook kacangma from my MIL when she was here last week. So I would be able to taste kacangma soon. Tomorrow to be exact.

My 1st week dishes....


 My breakfast and supper of pork mee sua.


My lunch and dinner. Cannot wait for her to cook vinegar pork trotter for me!!! 


I have been trying hard to breast-feed and pump my milk. Always have problem in the past.Hope my baby can get more milk from me.



9 comments:

Sharon said...

Mmm...yum-yum! My favourite kinda food! I am drooling just thinking about vinegar pork trotters. Glad that things are well with you, Rose ^.^

Ez Vina said...

eh..cannot eat chicken?!

Agnes said...

the mee sua must be nice.

I ate chicken and eggs during both of my confinements after c-section births. I was only allowed to take pork trotter from the 12th day.

Take care and enjoy your confinement!

suituapui said...

Ooooo...you make me wanna give birth too!!! Muahahahahaha!!!!

wenn said...

Congrats and Happy confinement!

Merryn said...

I'm also having problem with BM supply. Ate papaya soup still not enuf supply that I had to alternate with formula :(

Rose said...

I heard about young green papaya can help with milk production. But people said cannot take during confinement as papayas are 'cooling'. So I am confused whether can take or not. I am taking steamed white pomfret and black bean soup as people said they help with milk production.

Small Kucing said...

keep strong. Rest more at this period :)

mun said...

The food looks delicious. I remember when I was a child, I like eating my mother's confinement food during her confinement, hehehe.

Really hope your milk supply will be as much as you wish.