My son and I attended the Play Date Soon yesterday, held at Spaces by Babyland. It was a fun event where we got to hang out with other mommies (and daddies) and their adorbs kids.
First off, a photo opp with my son at the Play Date Soon backdrop. This little big guy just arrived from his date with his Papa. My 9 year old is almost as tall as me! 🙂
The Play Date Soon floor is ready for the mommies and kids for their Yoga sesh with Urban Ashram.
Above photo grabbed from LJ Reyes’s IG. 🙂
The kids had their own universe at the play area.
There were shopping, educational and informational booths that cater to parents and children’s interests. I remember how hungry I was for information about anything that will benefit my son from the time when I was still pregnant with him. It’s amazing how innovation in every department has grown leaps and bounds. Now that my son is 9 years old, we remain amazed at brand new discoveries that we can make use of to give our children a boost to their academic potential.
Like the phenomenal Dermatoglyphics Fingerprint Multiple Intelligences Test by Encygligent, for instance. Our family took this test May this year and the results were more than just eye-openers for us. The test was able to identify each of our inborn strengths and weaknesses. It even explained why my son is ever so restless. His fingerprint scan reveals that he is leaning towards kinesthetic and he needs to have regular physical activities. We are indeed blessed to have come across this technology. I blogged about our family’s Encycligent results here and here.
The Learning Basket features nice hard-to-find books for babies and kids.
My son was plenty curious with all the Learning Toys that were part of the exhibit.
Educational Toys at Wonderworld’s Red Toolbox
Everyone in attendance enjoyed yummy treats from Play Date Soon’s food sponsors.
Rufo’s and Serenitea
Sweet Nest Candy Buffet
Mommy Tiffany and Mommy LJ, along with their cutie patooties had their fingerprints analyzed by Ms. Rosana Sy. I’m thrilled for these mommies even as they are having this done while their kiddos as still little. They can start early on in harnessing their kids’ potentials even as they will know where their kids inborn giftedness lie. This will allow for them to nurture their strengths and employ supplements that may be needed for weak areas.
Learning about the comprehensive result of our son’s Dermatoglyphics Fingerprint test has greatly benefited our family. It helped me and my husband put more weight in enrolling our in a regular sport activity. Because aside from his talents that lean towards mental and visual functions, he is also very kinesthetic, as I earlier mentioned. We also learned that his love for reading is one of his inborn gifts. This is why he started appreciating books at 4 and started reading novels at 6. He graduated from reading the Lord of the Rings series when he was 7! It used to stun us back then. Because it wasn’t until I was already working did I finish that series. This year alone, our son has finished reading 24 books. Before the year ended last year, we made a list of Goals for 2014 and the number of books we each read is a part of it. It was also out of our resolve to nurture this gifting our son has. 🙂
Photo opp with Mommy Tiffany’s co-organizer, LJ Reyes. Thank you, Mommies, for coming up with such fun and informational event for us, intentional parents. 🙂