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Getting Active at Active Fun

My sister gave me a discount voucher for ACTIVE FUN months ago that was worth P175 for one day unlimited pass + soyami soya chips, drinks and ice cream...
That was supposed to be for my kid's 3rd birthday, but he had an accident. I finally found the perfect time to bring my kid there...or let's just say not so perfect time because it ended up raining so we got there past 6 in the afternoon.
I was excited to get there because I was meeting up with my  friend who has a kid too...BABY DAY OUT'S ARE FUN!
Before my kid went wild inside, he did a quick clown pictorial
He headed out to his favorite spot where he pretends to be driving and steering the in the toddlers area

The other inside the tunnel in the kiddie area...
It was little Sofi's first time and she felt more secured in the small area filled with plastic balls...
There is also a cool huge piano that lights up each time you step on it and the kids totally enjoyed jumping on it...

And also a little piano attached on the wall...
My kid took a quick break and relaxed comfortably on the huge starfish...
Then started to play the other games and exploring the place...

Finally! He got tired and decided to call it quits drinking a whole bottle of water...
After eating dinner at KFC, he still played with little Sofi and explored SM North Edsa...

I was more tired than him! The unlimited game at Active Fun was not worth it because he only spent around 1 and a half hour in that place, but I am not complaining because I might pass out if he decided to stay longer...
I got the pass bracelet as a souvenir....
While my kid ended up staring at the clown face on his hand...

He wanted me to take it off but I just told him it would disappear when he wakes up next morning just to trick him to fall asleep...IT DID WORK! but the clown face is still there the next day and hard to remove.
I can't wait for another BABY DAY OUT! Who's coming with us?



  1. that's right. it gets crazy there during the weekends. i end up carrying my 2 year old the whole time.

    1. I usually take my kid there on the weekdays usually friday after class so he can enjoy playing and not end up fighting with a kid because of a toy...hahaha


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