The Fun Farm
When my baby boy turned one last year I decided to throw him a big party to celebrate and commemorate the momentous date. Of course it was more for my husband, myself and the family rather than little K who would hardly remember anything from that party. All his friends were invited, from his classes to his playgroups. A ton of my friends were invited as well as kids of all ages. My parents and brother + his wife, and best friend all flew in from Singapore to usher in his first year. We all had a blast and shared the special memories of my little one’s first year.
For birthday numero dos I decided not to throw a party but rather invite his cousins and grandparents on a little field trip to The Fun Farm. This year I wanted low-key, intimate and fun.
The Fun Farm is the perfect place for kids and adults alike to reconnect with nature and get away from the bustling city. There are many activities for kids from carabao rides, to fishing, to horse riding, among others. It was the perfect day with Kieran having the best time (he would chuck a wobbly every time we tried to pry him off the horse or cart). K’s cousins range in age from 1-11 years of age and they all enjoyed their time at The Fun Farm, which makes it the perfect place to bring kids of any age.
The next time you are thinking of what to do for your kid’s birthday, you might want to think about going to The Fun Farm.
For more details on The Fun Farm visit Holy Carabao’s website here.
the Holy Carabao Facebook page.
Special touches: Kieran cake by Swell Sweets. Dairy-free, gluten-free chocolate, peanut butter cake by Kitchen Revolution. Water bottles by Alice’s Wonderland.
May 2, 2012 by Amanda Griffin-Jacob