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    Default Wet weather ideas...

    Hi all,

    What do you do with your LO's in the wet weather? I need a few ideas for things to do other than go shopping... my bank balance isn't coping well :-) I NEED to get out of the house a few times a week..

    DS is 6mo and crawling so won't stay in the stroller for long anymore, but is a bit small for play areas.

    Any suggestions?

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    Do you live in or near a big city? Museums and galleries often have kid's spaces. Library is always a winner. 'playdates' not that 6 month olds play but it's nice to just be in someone else's house for a change of scenery. Indoor pools are also good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Do you live in or near a big city? Museums and galleries often have kid's spaces. Library is always a winner. 'playdates' not that 6 month olds play but it's nice to just be in someone else's house for a change of scenery. Indoor pools are also good.

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    This is why I miss Melbourne! I miss the museums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Do you live in or near a big city? Museums and galleries often have kid's spaces. Library is always a winner. 'playdates' not that 6 month olds play but it's nice to just be in someone else's house for a change of scenery. Indoor pools are also good.

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    Thanks! Yes I live in Sydney, hadn't though of museums & galleries, will have a look online for suitable ones.

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    Ohhhh yes, I miss the city sooooo much! So much to see & do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleTime View Post
    This is why I miss Melbourne! I miss the museums.

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    yep we pretty much live at Melbourne Museum in the winter! And then when we get bored we go to the kid's space at the National Gallery.


 

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