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As soon as I heard my toddler dragging her toy box from room to room with the toys slowing spilling on the ground, I knew summer in Arizona had officially set-in.I originally thought my toddler was too young for playdates with other children her age.Not only was I (thankfully) wrong, it turns out playdating is great for young children’s development.You may be the first of your friends to have kids or maybe the last.Maybe everyone else is back to work and you are just starting your maternity leave. Here are some great tips for picking up other mommy friends: Remember that most moms are as desperate to meet you, as you are to meet them.
A child explores and makes sense of the world around her through play.