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    Default What to bring when you're told not to bring a thing

    First play date on Saturday, I've been told not to bring a thing. But of course we'll take something, but what? Thinking fruit platter

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    Um, I'd bring nothing for a play date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    Um, I'd bring nothing for a play date.
    It's morning tea time

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    I reckon a small fruit platter is a great idea!! Enjoy your first play date : )

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    Some hot cross buns

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    It's morning tea time
    Ok. Bring some scones. Seriously though. You don't need to.

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    I was going to say flowers and champagne but then read it was a play date.

    I would take a plate of scones/biscuits (if you are the baking type) or some tubs of nice fruit (blueberries?) ....or maybe pick up a couple of nice coffees on your way?

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    Instead of a fruit platter we usually do fruit kebabs- 2-4 of your fave fruits on wooden kebab sticks with an optional marshmallow in the middle and optional choc drizzle. The kids love them!

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    Fruit, popcorn. Ice cream if you think you'll still be there at lunchtime and it's hot.


 

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