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DC Play Group - I'm Too Sick!

I'm so so sorry, but I got really sick in the middle of the night. Something I ate did NOT agree with me. We think it was the salad I had last night because I was the only one who ate it. I was throwing up every hour from 12:00 to 7:00. Was that too much information?

Anyway, there is no way I can make the play group today. La Folle Maman has agreed to try and coordinate at the Play Cafe. I'm sad because not only do I feel like crap, but I'm missing meeting up with everyone! I was really looking forward to it.

I hope you all have fun. Please tell me all about it!


- Dana said…
I hope you feel better, so sorry you couldn't make it! Aria and I made it out and met up with La Folle and Monkey. We met Kate and son and also Zaimee and family showed up. The place was nice and Aria really enjoyed herself. She was obsessed with the little vacuum cleaner. It was also nice chatting with the moms.

Get better!
Anonymous said…
I just added a post to my blog about the meetup which hopefully sums it up well.

Great meeting everyone and looking forward to the next one!
Anonymous said…
Sorry you were not feeling well-I hope that you are better soon.

It was fun-little man really enjoyed the place. I look forward to more events in the future.

Charisse said…
Feel better fast, Caramama!! Food poisoning sucks. :(
Becoming Mommy said…
Hope it moves out of your system quickly!!
z said…
Sorry we missed you saturday but I hope you're feeling better now.

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