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looking for english speaking toddlers to play with

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looking for english speaking toddlers to play with

Postby Mr Lally » Sun 20 Feb 2011 21:46 GMT

hi,

we have just moved to victoria gozo and are staying till end of july my daughter poppy is 2 and a half and would really love to meet up with any other toddlers who she can chat too. edwina (mr lallys partner)
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Postby Eggs » Mon 21 Feb 2011 05:48 GMT

Its a shame you are in Gozo as our daughther is also 2 and a half, if you are ever over on the mainland let us know.
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Postby Mr Lally » Wed 23 Feb 2011 21:24 GMT

im sure we will come over at some point so will keep you posted , like wise if you visit gozo and your daughter wants to come play let me know we are in victoria. edwina
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Mother & Baby Groups

Postby sirgeorge » Mon 28 Feb 2011 15:50 GMT

We have not long moved to Malta with our 4 month old son and would like to meet some other people with children. Does anyone know if there are any mother and baby groups around?
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Postby Mr Lally » Wed 9 Mar 2011 19:23 GMT

My other half tells me to check out cana movement on google, apparently it's a bit like NCT groups in the UK, and they arrange mother and baby groups. However, we have no personal experience of them, so it's just a pointer. Hope that helps sirgeorge?
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