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Mums and bubs around Olympic

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    JamTam is offline Registered User
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    Hi, you can try Tutor Time?

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    JenelleY is offline Registered User
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    Hi Peachy,

    Thanks for the recommendations. But I understand that for all playgroups there has to be an adult to accompany the toddler right? Is there any that doesn't require adult's company? Do mummies in HK normally send their child to playgroup or look after themselves? My purpose of sending my child to playgroup for few hours is so that I have some free time for myself :) Otherwise , it can be quite tiring to look after my son for the whole day!


    Quote Originally Posted by peachylin View Post
    Are you interested in playgroups? For 16-month old babies, playgroups last about an hour to an hour and a half. There are quite a number in the area (Little Dream, Greenfield, Learning Habitat,Victoria, several at West9). Tutor Time in Kowloon Tong (approx 20mins away by taxi though) does 3 hours.


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    JenelleY is offline Registered User
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    Hi Jam, thanks for the recommendation! will email them to ask for more details as their website doesn't say much, although the nearest school is still alittle far from Olympic.

    Quote Originally Posted by JamTam View Post
    Hi, you can try Tutor Time?

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    peachylin is offline Registered User
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenelleY View Post
    Hi Peachy,

    Thanks for the recommendations. But I understand that for all playgroups there has to be an adult to accompany the toddler right? Is there any that doesn't require adult's company? Do mummies in HK normally send their child to playgroup or look after themselves? My purpose of sending my child to playgroup for few hours is so that I have some free time for myself :) Otherwise , it can be quite tiring to look after my son for the whole day!
    If that's what you're looking for then, as far as I know, none exists in HK. You're looking for day care like in the US, right? The playgroups I mentioned and even Tutor Time require an adult to accompany the toddler.

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    mlaure is offline Registered User
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    hello ladies,

    i live in olympic station. would love to meet you. i have a 15 month son.
    are you available for a coffee next week ?

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    fafreak is offline Registered User
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    MLaure - I'm a working mom in olympic and my daughter is 14 months old. I'm actually on medical leave for now and would be happy to meet up for coffee but would have to bring my helper. Let me know if that works . . .

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