Bar Boys

IMG_3495[1]Never akong nag-kainterest sa Law. Ayoko ng mahirap na magkakabisado, ayoko ng board exams. Ayoko pahirapan sarili ko. Hindi ako makarelate sa laman ng pelikulang ito kasi wala naman akong background sa law (except sa konting business law, na isa sa mga subject ko ng college). Wala ding malapit sakin na nagla-law para maintindihan ko ito.

Pero nakarelate ako sa pelikulang ito. Kasi una sa lahat, naging estudyante din ako tulad nila, hindi man ako isang law student, pero ako ay isang entrepreneurship student. Hindi man ako nag memorize ng laws ng ating bansa, pero gumawa naman ako ng business plan. Hindi man ako nag board exams, pero butas din ng karayom ang dinaanan ko para makapasa at makapagtapos.

Dumating din sa punto na nahihirapan na ako, na gusto ko na mag give up. Na-ayaw ko na. Survival of the fittest, ika nga nila. Pero sarili ko lang ang kalaban ko, kaya fight si ako!

IMG_3494[1]Pangalawa, kaibigan. Sila ang mga taong nakasama ko sa hirap at sa ginhawa. Pero habang nilalaban ko ang buhay kolehiyo, yung pinakamatatalik kong kaibigan, ay nag tuloy ng pag aaral abroad. Naging mag isa ako sa araw araw sa school. Pero hindi yun naging hadlang, hindi porket mag isa ako, wala na akong kaibigan. I have all my best friends – from high school, si Erik ng pelikulang ito, silang mga nag-abroad, at ilan pa – who were cheering on me, hanggang sa ako ay nakapagtapos. Hindi ko man sila araw araw kasama noon, alam kong andyan sila para sa akin. Sila ang aking naging sandalan sa mga panahong hindi ko na kaya.

At huli, kung si Erik merong tatay at nanay na inaalayan ng kanyang pag-aaral at na nagsusumikap para sya makapagtapos, meron din akong Mama na kumayod sa pagtatrabaho para sa aking pag-aaral. Tulad ni Erik, dahil sa kanya kaya hindi ako nag-give up.

Isang pelikula ng pagmamahal sa pamilya, pag susumikap, pagsasakripisyo, pagtitiwala sa sarili at higit sa lahat, sa pagkakaibigan, Bar boys! Panoorin niyo ito sa Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino 2017, mula sa August 16-22, 2017 sa lahat ng sinehan sa buong bansa. Kasama dito sina Carlo Aquino, Enzo Pineda, Rocco Nacino, Kean Cipriano at marami pang iba. Directed by Kip Oebanda.barboyscarloaquino
Mga litrato namin noon Bar Boys Premiere Night – wala ka man kanina, andito kaming pamilya mo kuya! We love you and we’re proud of you! Bottom pics, with Team Carloholix!IMG_3497[1]

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KDrama: Operation: Proposal

What if one day you will be given a chance to re-write your life, to change what has already happened, to re-create an action to eliminate the mistake you once did.. would you?

I recently finished the Korean Drama, Operation: Proposal. It is about two childhood friends – Baek Ho and Yi Seul. They met when Yi Seul transferred to Hamuel Elementary School wIMG_2478hen they were 8 years old. Since that very moment, they were inseparable, up until middle school and high school, they were still together. Of course, feelings would be formed. But both weren’t honest enough to let each other know. After 20 years of friendship, one day, Yi Seul is getting married to Baek Ho’s baseball coach. Baek Ho regrets how he just let Yi Seul be wed to another man. After the wedding, he found a love letter that Yi Seul weren’t able to give him back in high school, it was a letter of admission, admitting how Yi Seul has loved Baek Ho for the longest time. Baek Ho cried so much, because he has always felt the same way. He regrets not being open with his feelings, he regrets the times he always make Yi Seul sad all those years they were together. The Time Conductor suddenly IMG_2479appeared. He gave Baek Ho a potion to drink to be able to go back in time, to re-do what he did wrong, to tell his feelings to Yi Seul. He may have succeeded at times, but the turn of events after he time traveled is something.

Operation: Proposal is a story of love and friendship – it is sweet, funny, tender, heart-warming, moving and thought-provoking. Obviously, I don’t usually blog about K-Dramas, but here I am, writing in the wee hours of the morning after I finished the whole series. Watch this in Netflix to know what really happened in the end. So, many twists and turns, making me cry towards the last few episodes.

Going back to my question. Would I re-live my life again? It has always kept me thinking, not only because I watched this. It has always been in me, thinking about it when times are tough. Sometimes, I regret that I didn’t do something that I really wanted to do/have/be with before. I’ve got so many what ifs, really. But thinking about it now, I am scared of what I will be facing, of going back and getting to experience them all over again. As well as scared of the thought that what matters to me now may not be in my “new” present.

Should we regret? Maybe. No one can stop us. We can always regret. But we can always treat those regrets as life lessons. Every mistake in our life are meant to happen – to learn from it and to gather strength from it. Do I want to change my past? Yes, I want to. But I won’t. I believe whatever had happened to my life is because it was destined to happen, that if I will be able to travel back to re-create it, I will always end up to where I am now.

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Photobucket Hostage

pbhostageAs you can see, Photobucket has hostaged all my 8,000+ pictures in my account. So almost all pictures posted here in my blog are gone. Photobucket actually just out of the blue, with no notice stopped allowing 3rd party posting of images uploaded in their account.

yep. 13 years of loyalty with Photobucket, using their storage to upload all the pictures posted in more than 1,000 blogs available in my page.

I don’t know what to do now and how to fix it. I don’t want to pay $39.99 a mont/$400 a year but re-editing all my 1k worth of blog posts is too much.

I cry. I die. I’m so heartbroken now.

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Join the Upcoming Hakab na! 2017!

The best flash mob I’ve ever seen on TV is not some popular actor proposing to his longtime girlfriend, or those dancing prisoners, but a huge group of breastfeeding mommas flashing their breasts all at the same time, feeding their little ones in an event called Hakab na!
bfphakabnaYep, I was a breast feeding momma. No, unfortunately I haven’t been to one, but I saw it in the news every year. But yes, I am always, always for breastfeeding your babies for at least the first 6 months of their life. Better if beyond that, actually.

Hakab na! is an event organized by the Breastfeeding Pinays (group that I was also a member years back) in relation to the Breastfeeding Month (which is every August). It has been happening every year since 2013 and since then more and more mothers has joined the event, thus every year the venue gets bigger and bigger. It is also in coordination with the Big Latch On (an international community)’s event where in breastfeeding mothers will simultaneously breastfeed their babies all at the same time at around 10:30 in the morning. There will also be Hakab Na! areas (Like Davao, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Olongapo, etc) all over the Philippines for those who want to join but will not be able to go to Manila.

BUT the main event details are as follows:

Hakab na!’s 5th year will be on August 5, 2017 – Saturday – 8 AM to 4 PM at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum in Cubao Quezon City.

Hakab na!’s main goals are to normalize breastfeeding, spread awareness, educate Pinay mothers (all mothers, actually!) and protect breastfeeding. I remember breastfeeding my now 4 year old son, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE! Wherever I was, whoever I was with, I didn’t care, for as long as my little boy is full, happy and satisfied with his dear momma’s liquid gold.
cocobfingWe may have weaned already from breastfeeding more than a year ago – when he was exactly 3 years old – but it doesn’t stop me from being a breastfeeding advocate and from helping the community which I was a part of in promoting breastfeeding through my friends and family. View all my breastfeeding related posts here.

There will be lots of informative talks, that is why I also encourage even pregnant mothers to join the said event. You will definitely learn a lot from it. I swear. Wag tayong maniwala lang sa mga sabi sabi, mas maganda yung informed ka, please educate yourself. There will also be a mom and baby bazaar and other fun family activities that even your other family members will enjoy. Yes, not to mention the loot bag – be early it will only be available until supplies last!

Register HERE!!!!!

Registration fees are as follows:

P150 – mom and baby pair (member of a tribe)
P200 – mom and baby pair with no tribe
P250 – mom and baby pair – walk in
P50 – pregnant ladies and all other companions of registered participants 13 years old and above

For more information and inquiries, PLEASE VISIT THE Hakab na! 2017 Main event page.

So, come on mommies all over the Philippines and all over the world, let as all help each other by spreading this advocacy and get together and show everybody how it is done, Hakab na!

PS. A little bird told me that Marian Rivera-Dantes is coming!

(Hakab na! photo came from the official event page of Hakab na! 2017.)

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Kids Happy Time Playground

Didn’t know that there’s a play place at The Venice Grand Canal Mall until today. Anyway, the only time I went here was last year, during one of Hi-5 Philippines’ mall show. The mall wasn’t even open yet, and most establishments inside were still close.

My friend Karla and her family are here again. They were staying in BGC so we ought to meet up here for a change. We were roaming around the mall, looking for a play place or an arcade, and luckily we found Kids Happy Time Playground.

First impression? Refreshing. It’s bright and happy. It wasn’t crowded given that there were quite a number of both adults and kids scattered around the place for a weekday at that. Very clean, lots of activities can be done, so child won’t focus on just one activity. But there’s a lot of unused space where they could have turned it into something else. There’s also a swing set that is not fixed in the floor, that’s why when a child uses it, the body of the swing kept on moving forward.

I am not really sure why we weren’t able to use the locker, or if the locker has additional payment. Because when we were placing our stuff inside one, the staff called us out and just asked us to place our stuff in the floor area beside the cashier.

I find the pricing fair enough, given that it is already for a child and an adult. Some play areas have additional fees for the adult that is accompanying a child. Don’t forget to ask for the card that will give you a free play on your 10th visit.

You can also celebrate your child’s birthday here. But you can only bring snacks and it will be placed near the locker area. Packages are inserted beside the entrance fee photo.

Yep, I’d definitely recommend KHPPlayground to families visiting The Venice Grand Canal Mall. Don’t forget to bring socks (or you can buy from the cashier!) Coming back soon!

Kids Happy Time Playground is located at the 2F The Venice Grand Canal Mall, Mckinley Hills, Taguig | 0956-683-5285 |

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WanderWoMom’s #FamFirstAtSM

Summer is quite different for our little family this year. We are separated with each other for a whole month. In fact, as of this writing, my son and I are still away, in a vacation – out of the country, while my husband was left in Manila.

My whole family (parents, siblings, my son and I) left for America, as a retirement treat of my mom to us. My husband can’t join us for now because he couldn’t get a vacation leave as long as a month’s time from his job.

He is very understanding with me. He knows how much I wanted to have this trip. He knows how much I needed this trip. Even though it would make him sad, he still allowed us to leave him for a month.

It has been 21 days of walking around different cities, famous spots and food trips, hopping from museum to museums to museums and theme parks to theme parks, flying from one state to another. As of these moment, we are also parent-less, as they flew back to Manila, because of my grandmother’s emergency. It’s the first time I am mommy-less abroad too (Yes, even if I am 30 years old – I need my mom!). My wish for two decades has came true – I was finally reunited with my father whom I haven’t seen or the last 26 years of my life.

It has been fun but a tough journey. Even though I might have some help from my mom or siblings, it is only me whom my son wants to attend to him. It can be frustrating when he doesn’t want to eat and he hasn’t eaten anything for hours or when he throws a tantrum because he wants to do something and I don’t allow him or when he is very sleepy already and he doesn’t want to take nap. Let alone when he is already hAngry (given that I’ve given him food but he doesn’t want to take). But at the end of the day, when I see the smile he has on the pictures I took of him, or when he laughs or gives me a hug and a kiss and I realize how much he needs me when he said he only wants me. I may be super tired but when he says, “Mommy, you’re my best friend!” and kisses and hugs me – it melts me. So bad. Tired as I may be, it will all be gone.

Rewind to the few days before we left Manila. Of course, there’s only one place where my little family spent it together – ONLY SM! We live right next door to SM East Ortigas, so in short – there’s no other place to be (well, if not SMEO, it’s SM Megamall-and I practically grew up going to that SM Supermall)! We ate at our favorite restaurants – Pan Cake House, Kuya J’s and Max’s. We shopped for my pasalubongs and clothes for my son to wear at SM Department Store (We are really loyal to SM Kids Fashion, check my son’s Instagram account – @coco.marcus for proof!). And to cap off our bonding before we flew – Coco and his dada played and earned lots of tickets at Tom’s World. Coco is always at his happiest whenever he is there with his dada.

You actually don’t have to spend a great amount of money to have fun with your family. No need to travel far. You just have to go to the right place and savor each and every second you spend it together. For us, it will always be at SM, true enough, it got it all for us – movies, games, personal care, food, grocery, etc. What more are you looking for? I never entered an SM that isn’t family friendly – breastfeeding rooms that I was able to maximize when Coco was still breastfeeding, rest room with little urinals and diaper changing table, not to mention the friendly and accommodating staffs who has helped me whenever Coco and I goes to SM alone.

My Coco and I may have gone from airport to airport but there will always be no place like home. We look forward to going home to my husband/his dada in a few days time. He has already planned activities for us to do, and you don’t have to ask me where we will go, you know the answer by heart. And I whisper: SM! Home is where our heart it, and I can’t wait to see again, the excitement of my son’s face whenever we mention to him that we will be going to SM. #ReunionAtItsFinest Can’t wait to post our Super Summer at SM pictures soon!

For more updates about SM Supermalls’ fun family activities and events, visit and follow its official social media pages on Facebook (, Twitter ( and Instagram ( get an insider access to all the fun happenings at SM Supermalls nationwide through Viber ( and Snapchat. You may share your Super Summer moments inside the SM Supermalls by posting your photos on social media and adding the hashtag #SuperSummerAtSM2017.

PS. SM Photos were taken at different times. Unfortunately, our last SM pics on my husbands phone were accidentally deleted. =(

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A wish I have will finally come true in 24 hours.
I dream I had for the last 2 decades will finally become a reality.

, here we come, and here’s my 4 year old, setting foot at your soil for the very first time! I can’t wait for him to experience you and to witness his little adventures!

It’s been a while and I pray for the best trip ever.

All our bags are packed and we’re ready to go…..

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Fun Shoot c/o Kulot MNL

When I was a kid, my mom usually bring me to Great Image for my yearly shoots. I’m not really the type of person who does this kind of thing, now that I am grown up. I think my last shoot was my graduation pictures, aside from my pre-nup shoot and wedding shoot.

But this came, My sister has a passion project for her new business, Kulot MNL. She wanted the curly haired humans of Manila to be the star for a day. So she commissioned with photographer, Mikha’el Marav and Chroma by Ara for make up. Soooo… when the shoot was over, Vic, Coco and I took over the make shift studio that was made in our Ortigas condo.

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How to Apply for a US Visa for a Child in the Philippines

It has been my plan to visit US again since I last went there was in 2006. But since I got busy with school, graduated from school, got employed for a while, got married and Coco was born, I never had a chance to go back, especially that it would require additional expenses.

But now that I only have 3 years to use my 10-year multiply entry visa (and suntok sa buwan for me to have another one in the next few years) plus Coco is now 4 years old, I think It is the right time for him to visit one of his favorite countries, the US of A.

Note: I have a 10 year multiple entry visa while the husband doesn’t have one, he is not applying with Coco for the mean time. We are applying for a B1/B2 Visa for the boy.

Make sure that you already have a passport. My Coco has had his passport since he was a year old. Sorry, I was lazy to blog that time, I didn’t have a blog regarding our passport appointment. But I remember it was scheduled around 2PM at SM Megamall. But we came a little earlier and they still assisted us to fast lane. As far as I can remember doing, to apply for a passport for a child, you still have to book an appointment. But since you have a child (a baby at that), you can come in anytime you want as long as you bring all your requirements needed. You can also apply with your child. Since I am already married, I also applied for my passport using my maiden name that time. It was a very fast process and it was delivered exactly on time.

Anyway here’s what I did to apply for the US Visa:
1. Visit this website.
2. Click YES if it is the first time you are applying for a visa (so automatically, it is a YES)

3. They website will ask if you are applying for an immigrant or non immigrant visa. Click immigrant.

4. It will then lead to to this page in the website that details the steps in applying for an immigrant visa.
5. Determine your Non-immigrant Visa type – since we were there just for a visit, we are applying for B1/B2 type. Check your visa type here and check the visa fee here.
Note: B1/B2 is $160 as of today – its conversion is P8160. It changes depends on the PH conversion. Conversion is usually posted at the Visa fee page and it will be valid through a certain date.
For example:

6. You will be asked to create a profile in that page. To finish it, you will also need your DS-160 Confirmation number. It is your application form that you can create here.
7. Pay the Visa fee. You can check the details from this page. You can pay via bank deposit or online banking. I paid via BPI Online transfer. I just clicked on this link, enrolled US Visa in my BPI Online Banking Account, take note that they will give you a unique reference number in that link. That is the number you will use when you enroll US Visa in your online banking account. This number will also serve as your receipt number when you book your appointment.
8. Before you will be able to book an appointment, you will have to wait for a few hours for it to be posted. I paid midnight on a Monday, so it was confirmed by noon – almost exactly 12 hours.
Here’s their processing time line.

9. You can now book online. Visit this page. Click SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT that you will see at the left side of the website. Under the side bar menu, you can also see the earliest possible date that you can apply. Just answer the questions that is asked and you will be able to book your appointment in the end. You can also call (02)9768500 to schedule an appointment, or you need more assistance.
10. Go to the US Embassy on your scheduled date. You must bring a printed copy of your appointment letter, your DS-160 confirmation page, one photograph taken within the last six months, your current and all old passports. Read on your appointment letter for more details and things to remember.
*The DS-160 confirmation page can be found after you finalize your application. You can send it to your email as well.
*The appointment letter is sent to your e-mail.
*Always print then from the email itself. You will see a small printer icon at the opened e-mail that you want to print.
*They didn’t ask for the printed copies of the photograph, but it was uploaded before confirming the DS-160 form.
*Because the applicant is a minor, I brought along, aside from the applicant’s passport, my own passports with my US Visa. Since my US Visa was issued when I was still not married and my passport is already under my married name, I also brought a copy of my marriage certificate. I also brought with me is my husband’s passport. I also brought a copy of the applicant’s birth certificate.
11. If approved, just wait for its delivery to you!

Grabe. I’m so stressed out the night before I got to schedule an appointment. I checked the earliest schedule available Saturday midnight – June. I paid Monday midnight , and is about to book an appointment, when I saw the earliest available was for August na! Which will be too late for our proposed date for the trip. I asked around if it would still change, and thank God, most of the people told me that it will still change, some slots could still open, maybe earlier slots can still open. I slept, and when I woke up Monday, 11 hours after I paid, March 27 na ang available. I rejoiced! But my payment wasn’t posted yet. So I tried calling the hotline, and still couldn’t book an appointment. I refreshed the page where I was trying to book online after an hour, and it went directly to the page where I can pick the scheduled time. So, voila! Coco is now booked for April 3 appointment. So, since everything is already posted online, I will just reiterate that the available schedules MAY still change. SO, if you tried booking and you got a date which is not good for you, book it. And then just check everyday (try every midnight) as there would be cancelled slots that may open for you. Just like what happened to me, I haven’t booked yet, but there might be someone who canceled that’s why I was able to book an earlier date.

I picked the earliest possible time because I am anticipating long waiting times, and my Coco might get cranky.

Appointment date came. We were at the US Embassy by 9:00AM. But the outside entrance signage says that at that moment, they were already assisting those with appointments at 9:45AM. I fell in line and answered a green slip (this is for the applicants with someone processing for them – example parent and their child). The lady gave me a Yellow E cardThe Express card! Hooray! I thought because my son is already 4 years old, he won’t be applicable for that.

Next stop is the lane that checks your appointment form. I gave the staff my son’s passport and she placed a sticker with a barcode with the DS-160 appointment form number.

We were then asked to go inside the security building where the x-ray machines are. Coco’s food was allowed to enter, but have to finish the food because it isn’t allowed inside. So we were about to enter the building, when the lady guard called me and told me that there is a USB in my bag! OMG! I thought i left everything in our car. I didn’t realize that my USB was inside my wallet. I didn’t know what to do, my mom already left the place. I went out of the security building and some from the crowd called me and asked if I needed to leave something. I can’t just throw away my USB because there might be important documents there that I don’t remember. So, I just took the risk and left it in one of the stalls selling food and drinks. It was P100 and risk, it was that or throwing it away. So, I just paid, they gave me a number and I left and went back inside the security building. So, check all of your belongings before you enter the US Embassy.

We entered and went to the pavilion. Coco and I ate our baon for a few minutes and then we proceded to Gate 2.

At Gate 2, they again checked the bags. There was a small pack of M&M’s, that I again forgot about. They asked if I have a child, so they allowed it to be left inside my bag and just told me not to let him eat it anymore.

We then went to Step 1 window. We didn’t have to fall in line since we have an E pass. The lady checked the DS-160 confirmation page and passport. Then asked as to proceed to Step 2 window. Step 2 window is a finger printing station. The lady asked for the passport and chatted with me. She even greeted Coco a ‘Happy Birthday’ as she saw that he just turned 4. She didn’t require Coco’s finger prints anymore, as he is a child. She then asked me to proceed to Window 24.

Window 24 was actually the judgement window. The third window that you will go to is the window where the US Embassy officer will interview you. We were asked by the marshal to take a seat first because aside from the one that was currently being interviewed, there is another one in line before us. Then it was their turn and Window 25 was now open and available so, we were asked to proceed there.

This is how it went for us.

Margaux: Good morning! (while carrying Coco and having him seat at the counter and him echoing my greeting)
US Embassy Officer: Good morning! May I have the passport please?
M: (gives him Coco’s passport)
USEO: So, this is for the little boy, do you also have a US Visa.
M: Yes (and gave my old passports since my US Visa is in there, plus my current passport)
USEO: So the father isn’t joining you for this trip?
M: He can’t join us because of his job.
USEO: Which is?
M: He works in a BPO.
USEO: But does he know you are bringing your son to the US?
M: Yes he does know all about the trip.
USEO: Did you bring a letter of consent from him?
M: Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to bring one today
USEO: But do you have a copy of his passport?
M: I actually brought it with me (gave him the passport and I don’t know if he noticed, but Jhe’s passport is already expired, I just remembered it when I was telling my mom about the interview. My bad!)
*I noticed him kind of looking at my stack of papers and I felt he was going to ask for my marriage certificate)
USEO: Do you have your marriage certificate?
M: I do have it (and reaches over to give it to him)
*He was busy entering date at his computer and then he hands back the passports and marriage certificate that Coco reached for and gave to me)
Coco: Here you go!
USEO: Good job buddy! (Still busy) Okay, your Visa is approved and you will receive it in 10 days!
M: Thank you so much! Coco say thank you..
C: Thank you!

From the moment I entered Gate 2, it was only 15 minutes for us, it was that fast. Yes, I still got my USB with me.

2 days after, I received a text message saying that the passport was already released to the courier.

Today, it arrived. My Coco boy is now a US Visa holder! Congratulations my boy!

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Jump Yard Fun

The birthday fun ain’t over yet. Ninang Rissey and Tito Vic took Coco out for some jumping fun at Jump Yard. It’s our first time here so Coco is so excited. We’ve been passing by the area for the longest time and he has been wanting to go here.

We came in at 3 in the afternoon so we had to wait till the session before us is over. The good thing with Jump Yard is that even though we came in super late in the afternoon, you can still come in with a toddler because they have a toddler area, unlike in Trampoline Park. It also has mats stretched from corner to corner, wall to wall.

Unlike the other one, they have segregated the different areas and enclosed them in a closed netted wall. You can jump as high as you can, jump into foam pits, play Dodgeball, dunk basket balls, wall climb, run wild, and more!

We registered at the front desk first, and had a waiver signed. Since I am with Coco, and we were staying at the toddler area, they told me I can’t jump inside. In Trampoline Park, we don’t have to wear grip socks, but here in Jump Yard we have to wear one. We have to buy 1 each for P100. The good thing is they have kids size, and I like the socks’ quality, it was not the cheap type. They will give you wrist bands after. A few minutes before your session starts, they will have you watch the safety video and do some pre-jumping work out in the briefing area. The cubicles are also at the briefing area, so keep you valuables together.

There are lots of Jump Yard marshals around the whole vicinity to look out for every guests. Make sure you jump properly so that no accidents would happen. While Coco could only stay at the Toddler Area, the marshal on duty allowed him to play at the dodge ball area since there are no other guests playing in that area.

Anyway, the birthday boy has so much fun, much fun that he actually ended up crying because he also wants to jump with his fave people at the olympic trampolines. It was an exercise sesh for both me and Coco – him having a super high-energy, as it was just a few hours since we woke up and me for running around following him, as well as the good half an hour that I was also able to jump around.

*Don’t forget to bring water and change of clothes!

Regular rates:
Php250 per jump hour – Monday to Thursday
Php350 per jump hour – Friday to Sunday and Holidays
* YES! same rate for both kids and adults)
Non-jumper but will be going inside the yard: Php100 /person

Tip: Check Metrodeal or other group buying sites, we got a 50% rate for a weekend today.

Frontera Verde Complex, Ortigas Avenue Corner C5, Pasig City
Like and follow @jumpyardPH on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram
Call (632) 544-0703
Mobile: 0908 472 0031

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