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  1. Colette B

    I know what you mean – I always hated it when our groups stopped for the holidays!
    We’ve got an action packed half term of play dates planned.

  2. I know exactly what you mean. I used to hate it when Cameron’s toddler groups stopped for the holidays. We used to use that time to visit every member of family and friends we had to pass the time.

    Thank you for linking up with the Weekend Blog Hop

    Laura

  3. I totally agree! I have a 15 month old and a four year old pre-schooler and I’ve always hated the way toddler groups pack up for the school holidays. I work part time and I don’t really take time off in the holidays if I can help it – I’d rather pay for a childminder for one day a week (when eldest would normally be at pre-school) but I still have to find activities on the days I am off. This week we went to the local garden centre one afternoon and today we did a meet-up with friends at soft play (fortunately, despite the fact that it was rammed, most of the kids did also seem to be other pre-schoolers!) and then to a Botanic Gardens with another friend in the afternoon. The reason I was so relieved to go back to work after maternity was that I always used to feel that I needed to go out with my first son every day (normally twice, morning & afternoon!) because I couldn’t bear to be stuck at home with him for any length of time. And that was during term time too!

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