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DEC 2008 momma

Hey ladies! I know i was always kinda a lurker, but, have any of you noticed your DDC stickie is gon...

October 2012 Playroom

Toddler "Witching Hour" ?

Anyone else dealing with this? Abbi goes to daycare 3 days a week. I can see being overtired and ta...

October 2012 Playroom

Fun Activities for Toddlers

Let's list fun activities for our toddlers to do! -Aquarium -Zoo -Park (try out a new park each tim...

October 2012 Playroom

Old members?

Hi girls, Can anyone update us here on any of the older members?I often think about some of them and...

October 2012 Playroom

Lunch ideas

I feel like I'm struggling with lunch for Elijah. What do your LO's eat for lunch everyday?...

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