SALE: Christmas & Year-End Sale 28 Nov 2016 – 2 Jan 2017

Are you ready? We are! Stay tuned as we unveil our Christmas & Year-End Sale in 3 days’ time!

We are offering amazing deals and discounts up to 70% OFF – from baby essentials and strollers to toys, nursery necessities and more. Pick from various favourite brands such as Stokke, Beaba, Skip Hop, Philips Avent, Tommee Tippee, Jellycat, Hape, Janod and more.

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On top of that, our VIB Members get FREE cash vouchers with purchase. That’s even more savings!

Promotion is valid in all Happikiddo stores and website. More details coming up soon, stay tuned!

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A Joyful Baby Shower

Our Baby Shower came and went with much success! All seats were snapped up quickly and we had over 25 expectant couples who joined us for an afternoon of fun, laughter and prizes on 13th November 2016 at Happikiddo Quill City Mall. Themed Twinkle Twinkle Little Stars, celebrity mums Fouziah Gous and Chui Ling were there to make the event extra special. We had a line-up of information sharing, games, high tea, prize giveaway and various activities to keep mums and bumps happy.

A special THANK YOU to our participants, sponsors, partners as well as Happiteam for making the Baby Shower a success. Here are some photos taken during the event:

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Let’s Paint!

Kids painting party at Happikiddo

Join us for a three-hour, fun-loaded paint and colours workshop by Weekend I’m In Love at Big Daddy Little Chefs Cafe, Happikiddo Quill City Mall this Sunday, 4th October 2o15!

Let your kids enjoy a great afternoon of colourful art and tones amidst our conducive, child-friendly environment. To keep the party small and intimate, we are limiting the event to a maximum of 15 children only. It’s great for 3-12 years old.

Besides art materials, the workshop also includes refreshments for the children. Seats are going fast, so register now at RM150 per child!

Advance registration and payment is required. Please whatsapp 012-3071504 or email bigdaddylittlechefs[at]gmail.com to sign up or for more details.

Police-themed birthday bash

There comes a point in a toddler’s life where they embrace the significance of community helpers. They begin to imagine being one of them, rescuing people and contributing to the society. We call it little people with big hearts.

If your child squeals in delight at the sound of a police car siren, you’ll know that you have a fan of the law and order. Why not throw him/her a coptastic birthday bash?

Mummy Joey lets us into her DIY police-themed birthday celebration for her four year-old recently:

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“I had serious fun planning for Ewan’s birthday party. The look on his face when he walked into the party to discover everything-police was simply priceless.

To begin the fun, I created an obstacle at the entrance of the party room by zigzagging the entrance with caution tape. To ensure ‘maximum security’, guests were required to ‘scan’ their palm to enter.

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Inside the party hall, I placed a mugshot backdrop – made from large size papers – for photo opportunities. A variety of props such as ‘WANTED’ frames, paper masks, moustaches, sunglasses and hats were available for fun posing.

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Next to it was a hand-drawn Target Practice for little budding police officers, where they could try out their aiming skills with colourful ball-popping toy guns bought from Daiso.

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How about a crime scene? Instead of the silhouette outline of a man which may be a little too morbid for a kid’s party,  a cut-out shape of a frog along with numbering tags were laid out.

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For the dessert table, I did a night cityscape as the background. More props such as handcuff, torchlight, walkie talkie and a lollipop jail adorned the table. And of course, the birthday cake came in the shape of a police car!

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In terms of games, we played ‘nab-the-baddies’ ball search, ‘pin-the-badge’ on a cut-out policeman and musical statues. You can also make a police car piñata from a shoe box.

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Our little guests went home with party favours comprising mini donuts, copcorns, police hat, badge, a toy car and mini magnifier – all placed into a blue paper bag decorated with a big yellow star. It’s that simple!”

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If you would like to share your unique DIY birthday party with our readers, please get in touch with us here.

If you’re looking for a child-friendly venue for your child’s party, look no further. The Happikiddo store in Quill City Mall stores a family cafe designed with kids and parents in mind. It also offers all-inclusive party packages where all you need to do is leave the work to our team and just turn up for the party! For enquiries, please email bigdaddylittlechefs[at]gmail.com