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  2. Mums and Tots

    Hi are there any groups running over the summer do you know?
  3. Mums and Tots

    I currently go to west church on a Tuesday and ballygilbert on a Thursday. My little boy loves both groups. Someone mentioned today that they may have their last session next week? The group leaders didn't say this though so I'm not certain it's true. If you want to come along to either group next week, let me know and I'll keep an eye out for you!!! Xxx
  4. Mums and Tots

    Hiya Claire, Congrats on the baby! I've a 7 month old myself, they grow up so fast, so cherish every moment (impossible to cherish the colic though). I don't currently go to any mums and tots as I try to make the most of the semi peace and quiet in the morning while my eldest is at school. With my first baby I went to West Church, which is on the Rathmore Road onTuesday at 10am, I also went to Ballygilbert on a Thursday at 10am. Out of the two I found that Ballygilbert was less chaotic than West Church - both are lovely groups though. Ballygilbert has a corner of the room set up specifically for babies. Some of the girls registered on this forum attend both groups. With west Church you literally just show up and pay at the door (I think it's a pound). With Ballygilbert they might be full up and require you to go on a waiting list, it was like that when I attended with Lola, @Nicolais it still this way now nic? Also highly recommend Aurora toddler time, info here: I'll be taking my wee one to toddler timeafter the summer holidays (toddler time doesn't run over the summer), so if you wanted to try it with some company you're welcome to come along!
  5. Mums and Tots

    Hi I've a 5 week baby and want to start getting out to mum and totsgroups just wondering the best ones and how you go about joining. This is all new to me. I live in Bangor so can attend anywhere but I heard that most finish in the coming weeks until September. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks
  6. I saw someone recommend these on Facebook so thought I'd try them. Pleased I did, really good product and would highly recommend you all try!!!! Can't go wrong at 75p per bottle!!!! From boots xxx
  7. Hi! Looking for a baby group for my 9 month old and I to attend, preferably not church based. Anyone know of any?

    1. Joy


      Morning Barbara, welcome to the forum!  What area are you from?

  9. Welcome to A Forum For North Down Parents. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

  11. Did you go to this last year nic? Just wondering if it's worth going to. Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  14. Chip purse - £4 in Primark!!!
  15. Recommend children's clothes website

    Yes I've had a few things from her and they are lovely. Good quality xxx
  16. Lovely clothes on there. I hope the business goes well for her! Sent from my SM-N910F using Tapatalk
  17. I wouldn't recommend a business very often. But this one deserves all the support it can get. Basically a young mum (just like most of us) set up a market stall in my hometown. She has now branched out and set up a website so she can sell clothes online. Her clothes are different to high street stuff but still reasonably priced. Please have a look at her website. Also give her a like on Facebook if you're on as she advertises lots of sale items etc.
  18. Fortitude

    Haven't got round to watching episode 2 yet. I will do though cos I really enjoyed the first one xxx
  19. E cloth washing up pad for £1.50

    Sounds good. Are you getting one? If you do, will you order 2 and I'll give you the money tomoz 😃😃😃😘😘😘
  20. Coke zero cans

    I'm an addict also 😥😥😥
  21. Fortitude

    I watched a few episodes of season 1, enjoyed the first couple, but lost interest. It has good reviews though, maybe worth another shot.
  22. It's an add on item. Good reviews, worth a try!
  23. Coke zero cans

    Pack of 10 for £2.50 at tesco springhill, for anyone as addicted to it as I am!
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