It is our first Grand Baby Fair, and we still don’t know what to expect. So my husband and I have decided not to bring Eliana, because we’ve expected  long lines at the cashier and crowded event. Good thing we did not bring her along, because it was indeed a GRAND event.

I am one of the lucky first 100 online registrants, thanks to my husband who tagged me on Instagram upon seeing the Baby Company’s post. Good thing about registering online and a Mom Card holder is the added perks of getting awesome coupons to be presented on selected booths to redeem the freebies.

  • Cake Pops or Pirate cupcakes at the front counter
  • Sweetness overload from their candy buffet
  • free glitter tattoo
  • free pirate balloon
  • a souvenir photo from their photobooth

Below are some photos I took before it gets crowded. Imagine a scene from hunger games? Where daddies and mommies are going-gaga what to buy first?  There are a lot of pregnant moms too, good thing that the event has a water station.

Spotted on the event. Succulent lover indeed 🙂

Who says only kiddos love cotton candy? Mommies loves it too 🙂 Free cotton candy from Nuby booth.

Mom card holders will take home a free swag bag for every P3,500.00 purchase. Swag bag is full of baby product’s samples and goodies.  Below freebies came from some suppliers who have joined the event.

Eliana and her swag bag goodies

Here are the things my husband and I bought for our little Eliana.

I got 1 Pigeon bottle from Pigeon Baby and Johnson’s Baby cooling baby powder from Johnson’s Baby, I just bought items from their booth and luckily won these prizes via pick a prize contest. And also got a secret freebie from Tiny Buds Baby by subscribing to their newsletter. ⚓️

Freebies aside from my swag bag

We arrived there around 10:00 am and finished shopping by 1:30pm! Phew! We rewarded ourselves with one of the best chickens in town – PERI PERI Charcoal Chicken and Ultimate Frappe from CBTL. Wohoo 🙂

It was tiring shopping at the Grand Baby Fair yet one happy shopping experience. See you again next year! 🙂

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