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Playgroup, when?

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    1/3J is offline Registered User
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    Playgroup, when?

    My boy is 4mths old. When should I start to bring him to playgroup?

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    My son is also 4 months, and I am wondering the same! Are there any playgroups for babies as young as 4 months?

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    my daughter is also 4 mos. she can't quite sit on her own yet, so i would probably be holding her. why don't we get together for coffee/tea sometime?

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    hi, i take my son to a playgroup, he is 4 months old. Its every tuesday 10am - 12 at The Vine Centre - its held at a church but does not promote religion - just a play group for kids. You are welcome to join us anytime. Click here for directions: http://www.thevine.org.hk/newsite/pages/map.html

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    It is better to start at 18 months because he can understand what the teachers saying and doing.

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    u can join the Kindermusik, gymboree etc as they are for newborn and up

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    Quote Originally Posted by miaka View Post
    my daughter is also 4 mos. she can't quite sit on her own yet, so i would probably be holding her. why don't we get together for coffee/tea sometime?
    good idea to get together! but i am working at the moment so weekday will be difficult. another question - any mum here stop working after having baby? how do you feel turning from a career woman to a full time mum?

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    thank you for the info. good idea to get together! but i am working at the moment so weekday will be difficult. another question - any mum here stop working after having baby? how do you feel turning from a career woman to a full time mum?

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