Occasional musings of a first-time mother.
here's what I've come up with--malls often have play areas with big padded stuff for babies to crawl and climb on.-Ikea- kids can crawl around in the kid section and you can have cheap lunch. eli likes the mac and cheese-check out meetup.com and search "stay at home mom"-check out local park and rec and see if there are play spaces in the community centers-find a pool, it costs but should be cheap-sometimes church basements have play areas that are open for a few hours a week-find a nice (meaning expensive) plant nursery and walk around to see the pretty flowers-since Tallu is almost 1, ask the grandparents for memberships to stuff (zoo, children's museum, aquarium) then you can go for free for a whole year.That's all I've got. Good luck!
one more idea-lots of libraries have toddler story hour so you should check out the library system. Also, some bookstores offer this as well.
Thanks, lady! Why didn't I just send you a Facebook message :-D
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