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Leslieville Moms and Dads

To start, I'd love a group where we can post about anything and everything - activities in the neighbourhood, opportunities for picnics and playdates, info re: babysitters, daycare and nannies, and anything else that comes up!

Location: Leslieville
Members: 673
Latest Activity: on Tuesday

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Comment by Shari on October 13, 2012 at 9:05am
Fisher Price Whale of a Tub - gently loved and looking for a new home. Free.
Comment by Janice Leanne Holsmer on October 12, 2012 at 6:12pm

Join other new moms and babies and learn about massage strokes that can help with:

  • Gas
  • Constipation
  • Muscle tone
  • Circulation
  • Sleep
  • Relaxation
  • Teething

Date: Monday, October 22nd/12

Time: 11:15am-12:15pm

Location: Queen Street East Presbyterian Church

Address: 947 Queen Street East @ Carlaw

Cost: $ 20

What to bring: A yoga mat or blanket for yourself and a blanket for your baby. You will also need to bring some massage oil, lotion or gel that you have used on your baby before. Olive or Grapeseed oil are a couple of suggestions.

Please call or e-mail to register for this class.

www.growingbaby.net

growingbaby2@yahoo.ca

416-686-9832

Comment by Patti on October 12, 2012 at 1:49pm

Hi, we are looking for occasional babysitters. We have two girls aged 9 and 3. No regular dates just looking to add to our list of sitters as we've had some of our regulars move on recently. I can be reached at pattiabrams@rocketmail.com

Comment by elisa on October 5, 2012 at 8:18am
Jamie's Yoga Mamas is fantastic! Took her class with my boys and highly recommend it! More movement with music instead of holding poses so it really keeps the littles ones interested!
Comment by Jamie Kalynuik on October 4, 2012 at 6:27pm

Hi Leslieville moms and dads!

Toronto Yoga Mamas is having their Open House on

Saturday Oct 13th from 12pm-5pm.

There will be free yoga classes in the morning and then healthy treats, prizes from local businesses, live music {and a 40% off yoga class sale} in the afternoon. 

1164 Queen Street East. Hope you can make it!

Event Page > https://www.facebook.com/events/496732767003553

Comment by Meg Sharp on September 27, 2012 at 2:18pm

Robin - Richelle from Bumble Bee Nannies is wonderful.

Comment by Robin on Brooklyn on September 27, 2012 at 11:47am

Hi everyone, I'm looking for agency recommendations for hiring a live-in nanny... for those of you who have gone the live-in route, which agency did you use? Looking for the good, the bad, and the ugly! We're looking to have a nanny in place September 2013ish.

Also would love to chat with someone about the ins and outs of being an employer - stuff to keep in mind, how it works, etc.

 

Thanks!

Robin

Comment by Gigi Uson on September 22, 2012 at 11:05pm

I am looking for an occasional babysitter possibly twice or three times a week, during the day. We live at Queen and Leslie and we have a 8 month old daughter. Please email me at gguson@gmail.com.

Comment by Caroline on September 18, 2012 at 4:09pm

Thank you Elisa & Marianne! Lots of things to think about and since it's early days, I thought I'd keep myself busy trying to get ahead of the game. Thanks so much for your super helpful feedback.

Comment by elisa on September 18, 2012 at 1:51pm
Caroline, if you're planning to go back to work after a traditional maternity leave I would put your name on EVERY daycare's wait list. The community is actually losing 10 infant spots as Win Harris is closing their doors December 31 so your choices are shrinking.
Toronto.ca/childcare will give you a menu where you can search licensed centres and home daycares. Call all of them and put your name on their list, not just the ones closest to you. At your leisure go check a few of them out and see what the different ones provide. You will start to get a sense of what you want. Most have a 1-2 year wait but if you get to the top you stay at te top til you're ready for a spot. I put my name on lists when I was 3 months along with each of my boys. With my first I got to the top of one list only and that spot was offered to me about 3 weeks before I went back to work. With my second, I was offered a spot at 2 different daycares with only 4 days before I was scheduled to return to work.
It's not too early. Start calling.
 

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