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Our Busy Calendar!

Smarty Pants Mama: Our Busy Calendar!

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Our Busy Calendar!

I'm heading to Storytime at the local public library today with the munchkin. I'm super excited!

We typically spend our days doing great things with our playgroup - parks, zoo, arts and crafts, music class, splash and plays. We keep a very busy social calendar!!!

What kinds of activities do you do with your children? For those of you with older children, what activities do you believe are very important for moms to take the time to do with their little ones?

Smiles,
Caroline


Smarty Pants Mama

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Blogger happyathome said...

We also have story time at the library, Music with Margie there which I love, Kindermusic and YMCA swim classes, all starting next month. Whew...that seems to be a lot, oh wait, I forgot tiny trotters! I need a calendar!

August 29, 2008 at 6:31 AM  
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