[Summit] How to entertain an 18-month-old?
dguad27 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 24 14:35:57 CDT 2016
Our favorite spot was Kidz Wurld in N. Attleboro.
On Sat, Oct 22, 2016 at 1:00 PM, Anna Highsmith <anna at occupant.org> wrote:
> Renaissance Gymnastics in East Providence has drop-in hours on the
> weekend. There's a time just for little kids (under fives, maybe). It's a
> nice big space to bounce and climb and roll around. Check their website for
> details (or call)
> Public libraries are great too-- our local Rochambeau branch has a good
> kids play/read/hang out area, as does Weaver Library in East Providence.
> And on a day like today, there's great fun to be had playing outside in
> the rain! You don't have to get soaked if you don't want to (with the right
> gear), but kids don't melt in the rain, and most little kids love it.
> Good luck!
> Colonial Rd
> to Ethan
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> 12:58 PM
> Oops, sorry! Didn't check the recipients!
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> On Sat, Oct 22, 2016 at 11:06 AM Julia Steiny <juliasteiny at gmail.com>
>> Too rainy for the zoo; too young for the Children's Museum.
>> Got suggestions? Her name is Delia and she's very active. But she has a
>> baby's attention span, of course. Where do you moms go to get out of the
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