#GirlMomsMeetup / Part 2
The build-up After meeting everyone for the first time 2 weeks prior to the main event, we couldn't wait to see everyone again. Our mini #GirlMomsMeetup at Toy Kingdom was amazing!
Mom Of two little Girls, Chanene from Tonic and Tiaras and Charlene from Highheels and Fairy Tales thank you for everything you have done to make the #GirlMomsMeetup so incredibly special. It was two "wow" weekends for us.
It's a Kiddi Licious Saturday Morning! The girls and I quietly sneaked out of the house while the boys were watching Disney Cars. Loads of little giggles and squeals of excitement went on over the first 15 minutes. There after the "are we there yet's?" started and continued for the next 2 hours.
We Finally arrived!
Kiddilicious and wow what a nice little place. The owner told us why she started the place and as a mother I could hear her mother heart in the whole set-up. If you live in Johannesburg, do yourself a favor! What a nice little place to "hang" with the girls while the kids play. She has created an environment where kids can use their imagination and play like we use to play as kids. Loads of little houses, ropes hanging from old tree's and a jumping castle.
Who says only boys can be Engineers? After we greeted everyone and ordered our first Cuppuccino's we headed over to the little private section at Kiddilicious. This is normally where you can book for birthday parties. The crew from Young Engineers already waited for our girls. She immediately got the kids attention when she mentioned LEGO and I quickly realised that my kids didn't know much about a washing machine or even how it works. She chatted for a bit and gave a small demonstration on how a washing machine works before they got to build their very own little LEGO wash machine. The girls had so much fun. Once those batteries were connected and their little piece of wet cottonwool dried, they were super excited and proud of their little master pieces.
In the mean time. We were in and out while the girls spent time with Young Engineers. While sipping on our delicious Cappuccino's and eating our breakfast starter, which was Muesli, yogurt and fresh fruit with honey, Prima Toys gave a run down on all their most popular toys for girls ages 5 - 11. It was lovely to see that they encourage kids to play instead of spending their time screens. Prima Toys recommendation list on toys for girls aged 5 - 11:
Baby Born Baby doll
Baby doll. This doll comes in 3 different languages and speaks to you. It was so cute.
Little Live Pets
Sharing is caring. After the girls were done, we chatted about all the different brands. I gave a quick rundown on MNI / Neuro Vance and what difference this product has made in my life. You are welcome to have a look here to see how this product has changed our lives at home.
Tonic and Tiaras said a few words and we had our brand discussion. Everyone that pitched in spoilt us rotten, not only did my girls get spoilt but so was I.