“Who wants to make babies with me?” Hahaha! Scandalous and uproar-triggering statement, isn’t it? I guess that is what I will say and use to people who keep constantly taunting/cynical/curious/teasing me about “marriages” and “having own babies”! – just to SHUT THEM UP! Hahaha! Sure sounds fun. Enticing. Well, an acid with a subtle superacid. (,”) OK, enough with this. I purposely began the entry with a rather scandalous statement because I know people just love juicy scandalous statements, no? Hhahaha!
The little munchkin. My 2nd nephew! – Exclusive courtesy of my brother-in-law, Abang Zam.
Anyway today, 1st February 2013; my sister had safely given birth to her second child; a baby boy at An-Nur Specialist Hospital at Bandar Baru Bangi! Alhamdulillah! Congratulations to both my sister and my brother-in-law, Abang Zam. Rifqi was looking exuberant and filled with euphoria. Being the cheeky him, Rifqi was being super-agile in the hospital! Hhahahaa. He could be a little clownish-jester chipmunk and also an annoying urchin at the same time! (,”)
Rifqi Naufal, my 1st nephew. Now a brother? Subhanallah! Hahhaa. With his cheeky attitude when I rushingly asked him to pose for the camera.
Rifqi Naufal when he was merely a day years old back in 2006 and also one year old in 2007 (when I was about to start my banker’s year with AFFIN BANK as Assistant Relationship Manager). Nostalgia.
It was circa 3.30 p.m. after Friday Prayer that Mak called me informing that Kakak had been warded in the private hospital. The journey took me approximately 1 hour and half from Serendah-Putrajaya-Bandar Baru Bangi (I purposely opted not to enter KL; instead, I used Guthrie Highway & ELITE Highway). Met Abang Zam and Rifi at the Maternity Floor and then Mak came along. Approximately around half an hour later, a room was ready for Kakak; so, she was pushed off from the Labour Room and to her own confinement room. It was spacious with television. Thank God for Abang Zam’s Tabung Haji health panels to include this private hospital as one of them.
“Kun Fa Ya Kun”; a verse in Quran that means “Be, and it is”. The Quranic verse reflects the power of God SWT. When ALLAH SWT wants to create something, it will manifest. Be, and It Is! Masya ALLAH.
On whole, An-Nur Specialist Hospital seems a place full with serene ambiance. You guys can check the website at http://www.annur.com.my/. I like the professional Islamic essence in the hospital. I used to frequent Az-Zahrah which is at the side of An-Nur because Affin Bank (my first company) had enlisted the hospital as one of the health panels. So far, An-Nur Specialist Hospital seems very nice and the nurses are seemingly competent and friendly, especially the nurse who attended my sister (if I am not mistaken I heard her name was Nurse Norhan, was it?). Either way, have to get the real review from my sister as she is the patient!
The name for the baby boy has yet to be unveiled. Perhaps Kakak will go with the same acronym of “R.N” as per the brother’s “Rifqi Naufal”. Well, whatever it is, Yeye welcomes you to the family; my second nephew! XoXoXo!
Subhanallah. Another life has been breathed upon a body. When God SWT wants to create something, it emerges, in a blink of an eye. One way or another. The Power of God.