One of the things that I LOVE to do on a Monday morning to beat the Monday blues is to sit and plan out the impending weekend on my diary! That seriously makes the week bearable coz at least there’s something to look forward to at the end of the week. Sure some might call it being plain OCD/being life-less , I call it ‘productivity’ at some point
And with a toddler in tow, sometimes it’s best to map out where you intend to go and where you plan on eating coz its way easier than winging it. No more living life on the edge and spontaneously for us obviously since someone’s arrival, hah.
And because of my power planning our weekends are jam packed with things to do.
Anyway, on Saturday I decided to take the little one to Kizsports in Bangsar Village. I’ve been trying to find the perfect kids sports /play area for a while now. One that will not cost an arm and a leg or force you to sign up upfront. We took her to MV the other day and while the website said kids 2 and below are welcomed, we didn’t find ANY sort of play area decent enough for her. And coz of that we left MV within 10 minutes.
That’s when I remembered Kizsports (no idea why they sucked the D out of KIDZ) in Bangsar Village (they have other outlets too) coz we’ve passed by it many times. So off we went mid-morning (back in the day I would have been STILL sleeping but look at me now, all up and about at such an ungodly hour, ahem) for Sairah to play.
Entrance free is RM12 for children below 2 and they have a comfy size area for the little ones to go wild. Play time is unlimited of course, though we stayed only for 45 minutes. My only gripe was how some big buffaloes were playing in that area despite the sign 2 years and below. Can I blame them for wanting to be 2? Well no coz sometimes I wish I was that age too! Coz you get to sleep, cry, eat, throw tantrums, cry, poo ANYWHERE and ANYTIME you wish and still be labelled CUTE! Try doing that as an adult and see what happens!
Below are some photos of Sairah enjoying herself. I dressed her up in a simple black loose tee which I bought from Kuching (the cat design on it does very much look like a Baby Phat symbol doesn’t it?) and pink shorts for maximum comfort running around.
She seemed attracted to the slide that leads into a pool of balls. She plopped herself there for the longest time refusing to budge.
Oh just chillin
Soon there were more kids there and she had that ‘let me in look NOW’ Hands already up before the father can even lift her, hehe.
Don’t let this photo fool you, there were tons of kids around.
I like this photo coz you can see some parents running after their kids! This place allows 2 parents in for free, so long you have socks. Kids and adults MUST have socks here. I just sat on their sofa seat taking photos since I forgot mine :D It was unintentional, honest!
Baby girl enjoyed the other ball-less slide too
And most definitely had a soft spot for the tunnel – her first time!
I wonder where that tunnel leads to….a Moo Cow outlet perhaps?
Phew, made it out ALIVE! YES! I reckon Baby Girl will pass the Cu Chi tunnel tour!
45 minutes well spent I say.
And for the best part – I love how this completely tired her out! She was already cranky during lunch time and knocked out in the car by 2pm!! Her bed time is usually around 3.30-4pm mind you. So perhaps the next time we take her, it will be after lunch or better still in the evening so a quiet still night would be most certainly guaranteed
If you have any other go-to play gym/centers that you swear by, do share, coz we’re on a mission to check em all out!