I was talking with a girlfriend recently about how as new mothers, we find it really hard to organise days out, because we aren't sure if there will be sufficient amenities to cater for us and our new bubs at our intended destination.
For example, neither of us like to breastfeed in public, so will the shopping precinct we go to have a nursing room close by? Or are there any cafes near our location that are baby friendly.
We though that surely there is a website or app that will help us with that, but we couldn't find any. Can someone recommend a website or app that will help?
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16-04-2013 14:28 #1Junior Member
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List of baby friendly places
16-04-2013 14:33 #2
ABA website has a list of some facilities with a rating, but I've found some good facilities which aren't listed on the website as well...
16-04-2013 22:17 #3
In SA there is a website called Little Lattes which lists child friendly places.
17-04-2013 00:57 #4
Google hey bambini, they do exactly what you're asking. Their Melbourne site is fantastic, not sure if the Sydney one is as good.
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