No lol. She played by herself. But she had fun doing that at least!
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02-02-2015 11:46 #21
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02-02-2015 12:16 #22
Aww what a cutie, at least she had fun.
Ive been debating whether to start taking my 13 month old when we move in April.
02-02-2015 13:29 #23
I say do it at least to check it out and see if the environment suits you and your little person.
If not then at least you tried.
Im feeling proud of myself for going. Its kinda as huge for me as it was for DD.
02-02-2015 19:57 #24Senior Member
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playgroup australia a lovely group but not cheap you pay for term fees and an annual fee do your morning tea volunteering and art and craft roster. So I had heard if you ring them and ask for them to pay your annual fees apparently they do for many families.
But i took over from a group where the leader left and yes I recruited new members whilst heavily pregnant I loved being leader but these new ladies would leave 11.30 am each time not bothering to assist me in the clean up process and I had to move heavy equipment brassed me off no end.
03-02-2015 08:37 #25
im glad you both got out of your comfort zone and tried something new, will you go again next week?
06-02-2015 13:15 #26
Well DD hated it and she said she'd rather go to kindy😱 ok I can handle that.
Afm-the mums were really nice but I just don't fit in I am seriously an alien I have now come to the conclusion👽👽👽I'm just not a mumsy mum and it feels like I'm being a try hard mumsy mum!!
06-02-2015 13:58 #27
I used to take DSS to one at the local library, and another at the local pool.
The women at the library were horrid, horrid people. We went about 6 times before I figured I had given it more than a fair shot and gave up.
Met once a week and would let the kids crawl around in the padded play area, and then go for a coffee.
The women and men (woohoo mixed group!) at the pool were lovely, and keep in touch.
Met twice a week, outside the centre. We'd go in and set ourselves up at the outdoor water play area and chat picnic-style. Kids would poke and play with each other. As they got older, we would do swimming classes together. Water awareness, etc. It was great. We would go for lunch once a month too.
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