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to take the dc to a farm today?

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Umlellala Thu 24-Sep-09 07:31:59

Waiting to move house so lost dd's nursery place and oh my GOSH it's so hard to fill the days!

So, was considering taking the dc (3 and 1) to Freightliners Farm in North London... but then I suddenly remembered all the e. coli business. Should I find something else to do?

(and what? feeling bad that every day they go to park/toddler group/library. We live in London fgs...)

Meglet Thu 24-Sep-09 07:34:36

Yanbu. I've been planning to take mine for ages and I'm still going to take them in a couple of weeks.

girlsyearapart Thu 24-Sep-09 07:34:43

took my dds 1 and 2 to a farm yesterday.
was fine loads of other play stuff to do there anyway though don't know the one you're talking about.
how about science museum?

Lizzzombie Thu 24-Sep-09 07:37:02

I took DS to a farm on Monday.
Didn't worry that he would catch anything unusual.
Just made sure he washed his hands when we left and thoroughly when we got home.
He has lived to tell the tale!

Umlellala Thu 24-Sep-09 07:38:31

cool, thanks.

Science museum - yes! will have to negotiate tube (eek) but lots for ds to run around and try to destroy. Will investigate.

Gonna take them to Nat History with dh on sat too.

girlsyearapart Thu 24-Sep-09 07:53:01

my sister took her dds 3.11 and 22 mo on monday said it was great fun.
am also a bit AAARGGH about the Tube (even without the dds) but my sister said South Ken (I think) is an easy station to negotiate with dcs.
we only didn't go as fil was in hospital.
Having said that dh drives black cab so we'd get dropped off outside if we went!

Umlellala Thu 24-Sep-09 08:03:14

Yes, it is, isn't it? Lots of subways and long walkways, iirc. Might do that next week...

Lucky you with personal taxi service. Hope your fil is ok.

cazboldy Thu 24-Sep-09 08:03:49

Just wash their hands!

TheBalladofGayTony Thu 24-Sep-09 08:07:55

some children actually live on farms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! omg will someone think of the children who live in farms

Umlellala Thu 24-Sep-09 08:13:30

well, exactly. Wasn't fussed, but thought I would just check with MN wisdom that I wasn't being ridiculously neglectful (am of the 'builds their immune system' persuasion/lazy).

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