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May Meet Up This Saturday

We are meeting at the At Play Cafe in the morning of Saturday, May 23. I am planning to get there between 9:30 (when it opens) and 10:00. We'll stay as long as people are able. Although my daughter does not usually nap on weekends, we like to still pretend there is a chance so we will probably try to leave around 1:00 or so.

I think I'll be pretty easy to find. I'll be the 5'2", 9-month pregnant woman with a 6'4" husband and adorable toddler. I'll probably be wearing a purple dress and looking a lot like Barney or Grimace. Maybe I'll wear my black dress instead. I make no promises.

A couple things to note:
- Since this is an indoor location, there is no need for a backup rainy day plan. We'll just call this the final plan.
- There is an admission fee for the play area $8 for the first child, $6 for each additional sibling, but babies under 8 months are free.
- Socks are required for all children and adults in the play area, so even if you are wearing flip flops or sandals, bring some socks!
- There is a cafe with breakfast and lunch items which sound pretty good.
- If your child is exhibiting flu-like symptoms, they may be asked to leave the play area, especially considering the swine-flu hubbub. Hopefully, if you child has those symptoms, you'd be staying home anyway so as not to get the other kids sick. Personally, I don't think I could handle my toddler or myself being sick at this stage of my pregnancy! :-)

Here is the list of people I believe will be attending:
- Cara, Londo plus 1.5
- Colleen, maybe Justin plus 2
- Stacy plus 1
- Trannyhead, Mr. Trannyhead plus 1.5
- Dana, My Goofy Daddy plus 1.5
- Kate, maybe hubby plus 1
- Sonia plus 1

So that's 10-12 adults, 8 kids running around and 3 babies in bellies. Whew! We are going to be quite a crew. This is going to be fun!

If anyone else wants to come, just let me know!

Comments

Don Mills Diva said…
I DO! I DO!

If only I didn't live several hundred miles away.

Sigh.
My Buddy Mimi said…
I think you are more like 1.9 at this point.
Anonymous said…
Thank you! Peter and I really enjoyed the playtime and he has been talking about it all afternoon.

Kate
Colleen said…
We had a blast as well! It was fun to see "old" friends and meet some new ones. :)

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