Wether you are new to the area like me or lived here for years.. if you are a mom that likes to exercise and keep busy with your toddler then I'd love to meet. Even if you just need a break for some mommy time or you can just come and give your toddler time to socialize in a safe, positive, enriching envronment with activities to keep their energy channeled for good use..If your child is like my boy (06/03/2015) boredom means distruction and usually more challenging behavior. Will plan weekly meets to keep moms and their busy babies active and social. Hope to run (and or walk for those who wish) have park play dates, meet for coffee in town or at home, educational art projects, story time, indoor movie days on days its to hot for water play and other creative sensory play activities. Toddlers will practice their prosocial behavior (don't worry if they still suck at sharing, in toddler years its PRACTICE for a reason) with building lego towers and trains.
Looking forward to meeting new people & making new friendships
Join us in trying this new water park. Looks like a fun interactive way to beat the heat.
an amazing play structure equipped with interactive sprayers, nozzles, and water jets that can be controlled by pulling on ropes, turning knobs, and twisting cranks. Two waterslides and a huge tilting bucket cap off the amazing water play experience for little ones not yet ready for the Slide Tower.
Search THE WAVE for more information/details!
Will be our 1st time at Micke Grove Zoo but it looks great
on top of checking out the animals they have a water play area, playgrounds and something called funtown.
$5 adults (ages 14 and up); $3 for children (ages 3-13) and free for children 2 years and under.
Going to leave the date open for now to hopefully encourage conversation to get a better idea on times and what everyone is interested in. Im thinking start with animals and then when they get board let them play and cool off in the water area until its time to head back for naps..