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Monday 7 September 2009 6.36pm
Does anyone have any suggestions about good nurseries around Waterloo? Soon to have a baby and looking at local childcare possibilities. I'd love some advice!
Monday 7 September 2009 11.21pm
Hi Beth

I would say def put your name down for Coin street nursery (apparently there is a year and half waiting list - it's free to register). There is also a Montessori on Cornwall road which looks quite good!

Hope this helps
Tuesday 15 September 2009 8.46am
Is this still happening?

I am the mother of a 2 month old baby and would like to meet other people in the same situation.

can I join you at Brown's? what time?

Tuesday 15 September 2009 10.12am
Hi Catherine

Yes, it's still happening. 3pm today. See you then.

Tuesday 15 September 2009 12.36pm
Ladies, the weather is awful. Still up for this? I"m assuming so but please post if you're having second thoughts.

Tuesday 15 September 2009 12.48pm
Hi Anna

I went outside earlier and it's horrible weather - It's a bit far to go all the way to Browns with a 5 month old baby so am going to give it a miss - shame!

Let me know what date you pick next - see you on Thursday at swimming.

Tuesday 15 September 2009 2.00pm
I am still up for it!
Tuesday 15 September 2009 2.24pm
OK, we'll be there too.
Tuesday 15 September 2009 4.29pm
so sorry - not only the weather was awful (I live a bit further away) but I was not feeling well at all this afternoon - apologies! Hope you had a good meet up.
Ava xx
Tuesday 15 September 2009 5.29pm
Well the weather was truly awful and Brown's is in fact closed for the month due to flooding! But 3 of us made it to the Design Museum Cafe this afternoon and it was great to meet up. The plan is to meet there again at 3pm next Tuesday. Does that suit everyone else?

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