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    Why don't you put him into occasional care a few hours one day a week? Sounds like it would be good for him if he likes socialising.

    My two year old plays soccer, does kindy gym, playgroup and swimming as well as goes to day care one day a week.

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    The only sport we do is swimming lesson once a week .

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    Quote Originally Posted by doglover View Post
    Why don't you put him into occasional care a few hours one day a week? Sounds like it would be good for him if he likes socialising.

    My two year old plays soccer, does kindy gym, playgroup and swimming as well as goes to day care one day a week.
    day care isnt an option unfortunately thanks for the ideas though

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    My 3.8yr old is doing soccajoeys & loves it, we have had no issues with bullies, the coaches are lovely & really helpful, the last lesson we did, one of the coaches ran around with DS as he was upset that he couldn't get to the ball.

    In saying that, I do think he is too young for it


    DH 37 + me 33 = DS1 March 2010 & DS2 July 2013

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    Some toddlers just need activities all the time! I wouldn't hesitate to book into a second swimming class if he loves it

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    Old thread alert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Old thread alert.
    Thread of this nature still can be relevant for new mummies


 

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