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Solihull meet-ups

(4 Posts)
JatinderB Tue 03-Apr-12 16:42:11


I'm a new mum and my DS is 12 weeks old. I used to work full time in a very pressurised role and love spending time with my DS but find there are only so many conversations you can have with a baby!

I would love to meet mum's in the Solihull area

Treadmillmom Thu 12-Apr-12 14:21:52

Hiya congratulations on becoming a mom.
I'm a more seasoned mother, I have 3 children 8, 6 & 3.
I work at the moment but really miss an evening social life.
I guess with a new baby that's not quite what you're looking for?

JatinderB Sat 14-Apr-12 23:15:44

Hi and thanks for responding!

My son is now 3 months and as he sleeps through the night he doesn't sleep much during the day so really it's during the day j would like to meet others. Sorry, I should have been a little clearer. I just found that there are only so many trips I can make to
John Lewis alone and it would be nice to go work another Mum who is also on mat leave. I've signed up for a baby group which begins in a weeks time so that will help.

Are you working full time? I can imagine how hard it is getting out in the evenings with three children.

BeanInMyBelly Mon 17-Dec-12 10:44:13

Hi there just thought I'd reply to your post, I know I'm a few months late but having just moved to the area I don't really know anyone and would love to make some new friends. I have a 21 month old which I know is a bit older than your lo but she loves all ages of children and it would be nice to have someone to meet up with for coffee and chat during the loonngg days! If you are still interested please give me a shout. smile

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