Free Toy from Breeze Philippines

“The toy store where you don’t need cash,” sounds really interesting isn’t it? Well, if you’re a mom and you want your kids to be happy without spending too much you would want to give it a try.

I pre-registered at the Breeze facebook page by keying in my details a week ago. All I need to bring is my ID and my baby. But the thing is I forgot I have two kids that were qualified to enter the Sigeland. But I told J that we could be early instead to avoid the long lines from the walk-ins line just in case they wouldn’t allow me to bring my two kids.

But as usual, we woke up late again. So instead of rushing, we had lunch before going to prevent kids from being cranky at the event. We arrived almost 3:30 p.m. at the event and surprisingly there were no long lines! I tried to bring my little boy inside but it was very timely that there were mascots at the registration area that he got so terrified and was crying to go out of the hall. He wanted to hide because he was “scared”. So J told me to bring the little girl instead and he and the little boy will go around since they didn’t allow strollers inside the event.



The little girl was very willing and cooperative that she was docile that time (maybe she knew she will get a toy). Her eyes were busy wandering around and observing the people around. Later on, the movie Cars 2 was played from the huge screen and she was attentively watching. We only waited for 20 minutes on the line. After allowing us to go inside to choose our toy, I got her the twist car but my original plan was to get her a bike but since it was impossible for her yet to enjoy it, I got the former instead so my son would also enjoy it as well.

There were a lot of toys at the Sigeland area, which corresponds to each virtue that we as parents should teach our children. These virtues were courage, sportsmanship, creativity and confidence. I got my little girl the twist car, which corresponds, to courage, which I pledge to teach her. 

When we arrived home and J was able to assemble it already, she was jumping in delight of her new toy. Since my little boy knows how to manipulate cars, he immediately jumped in and tried it on. I let my little girl try it on with my help and teaching her how to move the twist car around the living room. 


By being a #Sigemom, I wanted my kids to learn the virtue of courage by being strong and standing up despite the pain from falling, bumping into corners or getting a boo boo. It is where they will start to learn to be a resilient person someday and learning the loops of life and how they will be able to handle it with confidence.

Thank you breeze for the new toy, and for reminding us moms that our future generation needs empowerment from us. The toy that will remind us to bear in mind our pledge to our kids to allow them to discover the world with ease.



I am a #SigeMom and I am proud to support Breeze's #Sigesamantsa campaign.

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