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my wee girls lonely for company her own age

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NaAthena Thu 25-Aug-11 15:54:42

Please can anyone give me advice. My wee girl is 20 months old and she is lonely a wishes for other childrens company. She has adult company all the time and my brother inlaws dog comes and visit some times and she follow the dog and trys to play with him like he's another child, to the point she pesters the poor thing. I took her to a dance class for 2 - 4 year old and she was more or less kicked out course she wanted to run around and dance, too young to follow their structured class. Are there any mums in my situation around my area that fancy a meet up for our wee ones to make friends. Any advice welcomesmile

musttidyupmusttidyup Thu 25-Aug-11 15:56:10

Where abouts are you? What about mother and toddler groups in the area?

ComeWhineWithMe Thu 25-Aug-11 15:57:02

If you post an ad like this on MN local you will probably have more chance of finding someone. Good luck!

NaAthena Thu 25-Aug-11 16:03:53

Am in glasgow, hillington area. went to a mother and toddler group at the library but wasnt that good. hardly anyone there on the days i went. Will try MN local, not sure what it is but will google itsmile

aliceliddell Thu 25-Aug-11 16:08:25

Try health visitor? Sure Start? Council?

NaAthena Thu 25-Aug-11 16:16:31

Ok will do thanks for infosmile

midnightexpress Thu 25-Aug-11 16:22:27

Mumsnet local is part of this site - if you look at the blue bar at the top of this page you'll see a tab marked 'local' - you can find the Glasgow local site there. Hang on and I'll do you a link....

Here you go - that's a link to the local talk boards on the Glasgow site.

Good luck!

midnightexpress Thu 25-Aug-11 16:23:51

Also, just to say, it does get better once they are at nursery and especially, I found, once they start school. It can be a bit lonesome at first, can't it?

musttidyupmusttidyup Thu 25-Aug-11 19:08:20

Try and find something in your area. I know this is probably going to make me very unpopular but register with netmums for your area and you'll find all the baby groups/ playgroups listed. I would've gone crazy if I didn't get out to groups.smile

NaAthena Thu 25-Aug-11 20:00:36

Thanks everyone for all the advice and definitely exploring all these optionssmile

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