24 Aug 2016

My Brothers


lagi kangeeeeeen sama kakak kakak

Yup, Dija punya tiga kakak laki laki
 Kakak Aladin yang nomor satu
yang ngajarin Dija main PS
setiap hari berangkat sekolah bareng 



Kakak Fiqar yang nomor dua
hebat sekali berkreasi dengan barang barang bekas
kardus-kardus bisa jadi apapun kalo Kakak Ficar yang pegang
kalo udah main lego, jadi lupa segalanya



Kakak Roby yang nomor tiga
Kata Oma, Kakak Roby yang paling mirip Ibu Noni
kataku, dia kakak paling pemberani 
juga yang paling sering peluk aku



Aku sayang ketiganya.
Banyak yang bilang, Dija anak perempuan yang beruntung
karena punya tiga kakak laki laki yang siap jagain Dija kapanpun

sekarang, Aku kangen ketiganya
Kakak Aladin sudah tinggal di pondok pesantren
tiap dua minggu sekali, Dija jenguk Kakak di sana
Kakak Fiqar dan Kakak Roby tinggal bersama Ayah di Pasuruan
Kadang kami bertemu di pondok pesantren ketika menjenguk Kakak Aladin
kadang mereka yang jenguk Dija di Jombang

Nanti begitu liburan, Dija mau main main sama Kakak sepuasnya






27 Jul 2016

Wisuda TK


Alhamdulillah 
bulan lalu Dija sudah jadi Sarjana Kecil
karena sudah Wisuda di TK

15 Jun 2016

ClassMeeting Pentas Seni : Tari Tradisional


Menjelang akhir semester lalu
Dija dan kawan kawan di Kelas Bromo
menampilkan tari tradisional di ClassMeeting Pentas Seni


30 May 2016

Peragaan Busana Islami di Pondok Pesantren Bahrul Ulum Jombang



12 April 2016 yang lalu
 Dija ikut lomba Peragaan Busana Islami
di Pondok Pesantren Bahrul Ulum Jombang



Lomba ini termasuk dalam rangkaian peringatan 1 abad Pondok Pesantren
Pesertanya 100 anak taman kanak kanak

26 May 2016

Main Peran : Pahlawan Hutan


Ada Classmeeting lagi di sekolah
lomba antar kelas

Hari ini Classmeetingnya adalah Lomba Main Peran
kami akan menampilan sebuah kisah
dan masing masing anak sudah punya perannya 

30 Apr 2016

Today I'm Wearing #6 : My Beautiful Kebaya


kebaya is a traditional blouse-dress combination that originates from Indonesia and is worn by women in Indonesia,MalaysiaBruneiBurmaSingaporesouthern ThailandCambodiaNorth Korea and the southern part of the Philippines. It is sometimes made from sheer material such as silk, thin cotton or semi-transparent nylon or polyester, adorned with brocadeor floral pattern embroidery. A kebaya is usually worn with a sarong or batik kain panjang, or other traditional woven garment such as ikatsongket with a colorful motif.
The kebaya is the national costume of Indonesia, although it is more accurately endemic to the JavaneseSundanese andBalinese peoples.[1]



Hari ini, Dija memakai Kebaya sederhana
berbahan katun merah muda
dengan bordir warna senada

28 Apr 2016

Joy To The World Ballet Performance by Jatayu Elite Studio Jombang




FROM A DANCE PARENT:

One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money and spend so much time running around for your daughter to dance ?" 

Well I have a confession to make: I don't pay for my daughter's dance lessons. Or her pointe, Jazz & tap shoes. Or her hundreds of costumes.

So, if I am not paying for dance , what am I paying for?
- I pay for those moments when my girl becomes so tired she feels like quitting but doesn't..
- I pay for the opportunity that my girl can have and will have to make life-long friendships.
- I pay for the chance that she may have amazing instructors that will teach her that dance is not just about movement but about life.
- I pay for my child to learn to be disciplined.
- I pay for my girl to learn to take care of her body.
- I pay for my daughter to learn to work with others and to be a proud , supportive, kind and respectful team member.
- I pay for my child to learn to deal with disappointment, when she doesn't get that score she hoped for , or fell during a move she has practiced a thousand times, but still gets up and is determined to do her BEST next time...
- I pay for my girl to learn to make and accomplish goals.
- I pay for my daughter to learn that it takes hours and hours and hours and hours of hard work and practice to create a champion, and that success does not happen overnight.
- I pay so that my daughter can be in the studio instead of in front of a screen...
I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for dance; I pay for the opportunities that dance provides my child to develop attributes that will serve her well throughout her life and give her the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen for many, many years, I think it is a great investment!