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Danielle - posted on 04/12/2011
ask your health visitor, or local library and look in local news papers or magazines, there are usually some clubs around, over her in the uk we have leisure centres, do you have any by you? as there may be some groups in there, or even type in google or yellow pages, hope you find something
Alison - posted on 06/08/2011
Joining groups is great! But also, why not try local playgrounds or parks? I live in a small town and 90% of the time on a nice day there are other kids around my daughters age at the playground. Perfect place to chat with other moms cause the kids are busy playin:)
Donna - posted on 04/12/2011
I have to say I don't know what is available in the states, but I will tell you what I'd do over in the UK, and see if anything jumps out.
We have reading with baby sessions at the local library
bf drop in clinics for older mum's to meet folks
I am a member of the national childbirth trust and met friends at ante-natal classes, and later at gatherings
I use a creche at the local leisure centre
We have a scheme called surestart that provides support for young families, and services can include toddler groups, daycare, classes for mums (not child related) health drop-ins, and informal play sessions. Your local area may have something.
If you are religious, then a local church is bound to have some groups
Finally I would google toddler groups.
Hope that helps a bit
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