AMIR HIDAYAT SYAH
From 12th September 2010 To 31st October 2011
This annual report records comprehensive detail of Amir’s activities throughout the previous year. This report is planned to give stakeholders (parent) and other interested people information about his development performance and activities. However this annual report will not discuss about profits and loses precisely throughout previous year, like Amir once broke baba's perfume bottle just few weeks after he bought it or he played with car signal and high beam until the integrated electronic circuit damaged - no radio and no light. But you are priceless anyway, so we don't care!! :) Read this letter if you don't trust me.
It is our hope to determine positive and potential steps with successful decisions to raise a healthy and happy Amir in the coming years.
MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIRMAN
A little fellow follows me;
I do not dare to go astray
For fear he'll go the self-same way.
I cannot once escape his eyes.
Whate'ver he sees me do he tries.
Like ME he says he's going to be--
That little chap who follows me.
I must remember as I go
Through summer suns and winter snows,
I am building for the years to be--
That little chap who follows me
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Growth Chart from 0 to 13 months
Growth Chart for The Most Recent
Head Circumference for Age Percentile Chart
Out of a sample of 100 babies, a percentile value of 5 percent means Amir weighs more than 5 babies and weighs less than the other 95 babies.
Out of a sample of 100 babies, a percentile value of 57 percent means Amir measures more than 57 babies and measures less than the other 43 babies.
- Lifts head when lying on tummy
- Responds to sound
- Stares at faces
- Smiles, laughs
- Vocalizes: gurgles and coos
- Notices his hands
- Holds head up for short periods since 2 months
- Can bear weight on legs
- Recognizes mommy's face and scent at 3 months
- Blows bubbles
- Rolls over, from tummy to back
- Coos when we talk to him
- Prolonged Jaundice until 30th days of life and admitted to hospital twice with a very high reading of bilirubin, 300.
- An inconsolable high-pitched crying as what we defined as colic which happened in the first 3 months.
- Refused to be bottle-fed.
- For more details on Amir's first month, click here and here for his monthly KPI report.
- Can grasp a toy
- Imitates sounds: "baba," "dada"
- Plays with his hands and feet
- Sits momentarily without support at 5 months
- Separation anxiety started at 4 months
- Turns toward sounds and voices
- More than ready for solid foods; started at 4 months
- Lunges forward
- Amir is so much like a clingy baby. He shrieks when I put him down and started to walk away.
- Sits without support
- Bangs objects together
- No sign to start crawling
- Cuts first tooth at 8 months
- Recognizes own name
- Starts to experience stranger anxiety
- Passes objects from hand to hand
- Stands while holding onto something
- Picks things up with thumb-finger pincer grasp
- Cruises while holding onto furniture
- Good hands and legs coordination; he can throw ball and kick with support
- Falling off from bed at 8 months old
- Peak of clingy-ness at 9 months, he understood that mommy is going to leave him alone.
- He came into 'hatching' process when he turned one year.
- Know how to shoot a ball into basket and play football
- Waves goodbye
- Starts crawling
- Points at objects
- Indicates wants with gestures
- Understands "no" and simple instructions
- Says one word besides "mama" or "dada"
- Crawls well, with belly off the ground when he nearly turned one year
- Stands alone for a couple of seconds at 13 months of age
- Takes a few steps
- Has temper tantrums when frustrated
- He'll shows us "no" sign if he's going to do something that he knows we won't allow him to do.
- Shout at anyone who stopped him from doing things.
- First time Amir throws his tantrums in public at One Utama.
- First words: baba, dird (bird), cat, dog, car, abang, kakak, shoes, wa (nenek), duck, bus, bob bob (sponge bob) and any other word we say to him EXCEPT for 'mommy'. Thanks, Amir!
- Really likes imitate people coughing, sneezing and yelling