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Upcoming Baby Fairs 2013


Upcoming Baby Fair 2013


Here’s the upcoming Baby Fair 2013 in July!

Baby Baby Exhibition
Date: 12th – 14th July 2013
Venue: Expo Hall 4
There’s also FREE Talk conducted by panel of experts from Thomson Medical Centre.
Click HERE for more information

 

Not sure how “big” will this baby baby exhibition be as it’s not really widely advertised, but reckon since they have their support from Thomson Medical as tie up it should be worth going?

SG Asian Parents even did an article on why you should attend above fair.


ok the next upcoming one which we’ve initially waited to stock up on most big ticket items is here!
But we're receiving a hand-me-down baby cot from one of Mr. Keir's sister so currently we'll be looking at probably a smaller sized cot of rocker or moses basket to be placed in our room for baby to sleep with us for the first couple of months when i'm breastfeeding.

Takashimaya Baby Fair
24th July 2013 – early August 2013

Oops can’t remember the exact date the fair will end. But it seemed difficult to find online information about this fair.
It’s not even updated in Takashimaya’s events calendar.
I recall seeing this fair in an advertisement in either Mother & Baby or  Young Parents magazine though by one of the brands participating in the fair

Actually after attending Motherhood Expo late May, looking at the offers and shopping at some departmental stores, OG, Baby Kingdom, Kiddy Palace around GSS period, i find most of the deals pretty similar.
Maybe there's more freebies thrown in during expo fairs.
But still if you have time, i'm sure it's still worth the trip for first time mummies like myself, as you tend to gain more knowledge on the different products, the offerings, better idea of the prices too!

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