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Hi all,
I'm new to Basel, arrived on Sunday.
Feeling a little lost as to what I can do with the kids. Our shipment with all our toys and books is not arriving until 16th January so entertainments in the apartment are minimal.
Anyone have any advice, tips or suggestions as to what I could do - have emailed Basel Childbirth Trust for directions to their meet ups.
Or does anyone have a free morning afternoon for a playdate? My daughter is very keen for new friends and her Mum could do with one or two as well?
PM me if interested.
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Old 05.01.2011, 20:19
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Hi all,
I'm new to Basel, arrived on Sunday.
Feeling a little lost as to what I can do with the kids. Our shipment with all our toys and books is not arriving until 16th January so entertainments in the apartment are minimal.
Anyone have any advice, tips or suggestions as to what I could do - have emailed Basel Childbirth Trust for directions to their meet ups.
Or does anyone have a free morning afternoon for a playdate? My daughter is very keen for new friends and her Mum could do with one or two as well?
PM me if interested.
Hi,

Welcome in Basel,

I am a stay at home mom with a 2 years (27 months) old daughter. She is very interested to have a little girlfriend and I could do to have a girly conversation around some coffee.

You could come over with your daughter and let them play with her kitchen set and all the girly fluffy stuff.

Morning sounds better for us because she sleeps most of the afternoon.

What do you think?

Nil
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Sounds excellent Nil, when can we come over?
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