So giddy to have attended this year’s Mommy Mundo Bazaar. I have a pre-conceived notion when it comes to bazaars since I practically live near Greenhills, I know the hassle and the exhaustion one feels whenever she strides along the aisle of the tiangge. What seems like a never ending row of stalls that sell almost the same items can sometimes be overwhelming. So hearing the word bazaar makes me associate it with the phrase: all the same. But let me just tell you that I was wrong. Mommy Mundo has a unique selection of participants ranging from different products per stall. You’ll definitely find that unique something you’re looking for.
Check out what happened when I visited the bazaar on its second day.
Photos were captured by our helper, some are good some were a lil’ bit off. Sorry, I was quite preoccupied shopping and carrying lil’ Mr. GJG. Pasensya! 😉
The first stall that’ll greet you upon the entrance. Mommy Matters were selling maternity clothes and Next9 baby carriers.
Nursing Mom nursing covers. I love how I can breastfeed anywhere coz of these chic covers. See me wear mine here.
Anna and Camille of Omma Organics. Chic and adorable Eco-friendly clothes for babies.
With Paola of Mommy Treats.
There’s also Mama Baby Love who sells nursing & maternity bras, breastfeeding tools and so much more. My helper wasn’t able to take a photo of Jenny’s booth.
Tiffany of Baby K’Tan.
SoMoms represent! Kris, Jenny, Cai & Janice.
With my darling lil’ Mr. GJG
My shopping partner Cai doing some shopping at the Momtrepreneur Shop.
This time at Wonderworld Toys.
lil’ Ms. GJG at Reese’s play area. Thank you Janice for inviting us at Reese’s private space heehee.
Check out my loot during the Mommy Mundo Bazaar:
Lookie! My mommy musing on the MOM 24/7 Planner. You can still get your planner at any National Bookstore or Powerbooks branch. 🙂
IKEA soft toys from Baby Dragon (distributor of Baby K’Tan) at P650 each.
Baby shoes at P150 for two pairs, which I’m not sure from where store I bought. Sorry! I also got two cute onesies from Silly Monkey clothing at P250 each, I wasn’t able to take a photo but I’ll Instagram it once lil’ Mr. GJG wears them.
Gabbie loving her satchel bag at P350 from Hatch & Latch.
Most of these shops have an online store making it easier to purchase their products but sometimes, it’s more fun to interact with the Mompreneurs and even avail of discounts. As much as I wanted to buy from each shop and hoard on all the cute things for kids and moms, I was wise enough to buy only what I needed at the moment heehee. I love the items I bought that day and I really had fun shopping and making chika with my fellow SoMoms. As early as now I am so looking forward to next year’s Mommy Mundo Bazaar.