by Amaya Papaya's Mom on October 9th, 2019

‼️sPreAd tHe WorD‼️
Hello Amaya Papaya Community, I have some really exciting news to share with you! Amaya Papaya ☀️ is being purchased by this sweet family‼️
They are so excited to meet all of you and so ready to CONTINUE to create community in Central Florida as AMAYA PAPAYA PLAYlounge ☀️!
Meet the new owners: Connie and Pablo and their children: Sophie the elder sister, Felipe and Gabby their youngest.
They also own a school called @modernoimcrea 😊| They have a strong background in academics and teaching children. They are a perfect for #amayapapaya ☀️
I hope you will join me in welcoming them to Amaya Papaya at the end of October - November as I help them to become familiar with the awesomeness that is #amayapapaya
I am super ecstatic for their new journey at Amaya Papaya ✌🏽❤️☀️
They are the sweetest family ever and well qualified.
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by Amaya Papaya's Mom on October 7th, 2019

The Baby Boogie Bash (East Coast) is a dance party featuring music from the 80's, 90's, and today spun by a REAL D.J. No Nursery Rhymes just real jams (appropriate of course) that will get your feet moving and booty grooving. We have scarves, hula hoops and music toys for the kids to use while they rock it on the dance floor. So grab the kids, put on your best dance SOCKS and come enjoy the disco lights, music and company. ..
Cost PER PERSON: $9 in advance $10 at the door (if they are available)
50 child limit
Theme: Halloween
Halloween Costumes encouraged
Bring you Trick or Treat bucket for some Allergy FREE/ No Candy Trick or Treating
FOOD- Pizza, Juice Box and drinks for the adults included.
ACTIVITIES: Halloween Craft, Circle Time, Trick or Treating
(socks are available for sale if you do not bring your own)


by Amaya Papaya's Mom on November 11th, 2018

​Happy November Amaya Papaya Community! As Amaya Papaya enters what is generally the scariest season for us as a small businesses I'd like to ask you to help us keep our lights on during this holiday season. I really appreciate the love and support from all of you during the hot months. If you guys could set aside at least one day a week to come play with us during your week that would be amazing. If you are coming to play more than two days a week, we offer money saving punch cards and memberships as well.

Did you know that you could host your child's birthday, a  holiday party or a child friendly adult party at Amaya Papaya. We have a weekday semi-private party option for only $100 and PRIVATE weekend party options where we can do it all for you or where you can be your own Pinterest star and do it yourself. Give me a call to book via phone or book online at

Cash is always best for small businesses. Of course we always accept card payments however, if you want to help us save money, when coming to PLAY, pay with cash to help us avoid the merchant fees. 

I have planned so many events for your family to celebrate the holidays with us! You can come drum with a drummer from the Congo that drums regularly at the Animal Kingdom or you can have your little ones dance and PLAY with 5-7 REAL ballerinas to the Nutcracker Suite! For New Year's Eve we have our annual New Year's Eve Baby Boogie Bash featuring our balloon drop at 12pm. And if you are wanting to make a major impact on Small Business Saturday,  join us on November 24 for FREE,  to take advantage of some of our great deals. Tickets for our events can be purchased here:

by Amaya Papaya's Mom on September 30th, 2018

Earlier this year, at Amaya Papaya, I began hearing talk about a character named Blippi. The children were singing songs about trucks by the character, and the parents spoke of an uncle turned YouTube star by videos that he began creating for his nephew. In the spring, a parent booked a party and requested that the theme be Blippi. Aside from his signature outfit and the things mentioned in the lounge, I knew very little about the character. Upon research, I discovered that Blippi was very educational and a lot of fun! If you have never watched a Blippi episode on YouTube, do it! Your little one will thank you. 
Blippi wears a collard blue shirt, orange glasses, a bow tie and suspenders. I knew that I wanted to incorporate these elements into the cake table and backdrop. Blue curtains and a blue table cloth was used to mimic Blippi's shirt. Using my Cricut, I cut glasses, a bow tie and large buttons to complete the shirt. I chalked the words Happy Birthday. 
At Amaya Papaya our chalk board backdrop is a unique element for birthday parties. On it, I chalked the birthday boys name and his age. I added teal, light blue and orange balloons to compliment the cutout image of Blippi within the chalk art. 
For the favor bags, strips of orange paper and small bowtie cutouts were glued onto aqua bags to look like Blippi's shirt. They were so simplistic and cute! 
Blippi talks about trucks a lot. The cake was a pull apart cake shaped like a truck!  On the cake table I used big Tonka trucks and for the center pieces I cut out dump trucks and a Blippi image using my Cricut. Each cut out was hot glued individually to wooden dowels and stuck into a glass jar filled with orange crinkle paper. Each place setting had a truck coloring sheet with orange underlay for a pop of color. I like using coloring sheets at the place settings for toddlers and preschoolers to avoid the spread of germs on plates and napkins by curious little ones. 
This was a super fun party. The birthday boy even came dressed in his own Blippi outfit! He even had the signature Blippi hat! 
Are you in Central Florida? Would you like to host your little ones Blippi party or another unique theme at Amaya Papaya? Log onto our website for more information. 

by Amaya Papayas Mom on August 30th, 2015

Sensory Play encourages children to explore all of their senses. From touch, taste, sight, smell, and sound, stimulation of the senses help children become better aware of different environments and experiences. 
It is so easy to get your child involved in sensory play since it is all around them! Take them to the beach to play in the sand, smell the salt water, hear the waves crashing on the shore, see the seagulls flying above their heads, or maybe just sit and eat the delicious snacks you all brought.
 In almost all situations, you can identify all the senses to your child. Talk to them and ask them about what they are experiencing and what it reminds them of. Just don’t be afraid for them to get down and dirty because they are learning after all!

Join us this week during our Baby Buddies group on Tuesday or one of our Sensory PLAY Thursday sessions for Amaya Papaya University as we blast out of this word on an Outer Space Journey of the senses with water bead PLAY "on the moon"  

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