My son and I love going to baby gyms, especially on rainy or snowy days. I get to smile and laugh at my son while he get so excited about running and climbing around. We’re really lucky to live in a city with so many options for entertaining a toddler!
I purchased a monthly pass to kidpass so that we could try different baby gyms in the area. And I prefer using kidpass so I can travel around the city and attend different activities every week with my son. Kidpass is available in Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. If you know of other cities with similar programs, please let me know.
This is really sounding like a sponsored post, but I only received a free trial month from kidpass, which is worth doing if you would like to see how it works.
Once you sign up, you’ll see a calendar with a list of all the possible activities. Each activity is worth a certain number of credits so be careful to see how many credits you’re using. And if you’d like to sign up for a popular activity over the weekend, make sure to do so well in advance.
I signed up for the $29 per month pass, which gives me 5 credits. This means I can attend about 1 – 3 classes per month, depending on the activity. If I run out of credits, I can buy more.