Tuesday, December 16, 2008

FW: free Chinese class for toddlers

From: Ying_Zhou@email.com

I am designing a Chinese class for toddlers. I am having free classes on Thursday mornings from 9:30-10ish at my house to test the teaching materials. It is mostly dancing, singing, and stories in Chinese. I have space for couple of more kids. Let me know if you are interested in coming. Feel free to pass it to others. I will probably do the test till Feburary. It is meant for people who don't know Chinese but interested in getting their kids and themselves exposed to the language in a fun and relaxing environment.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Mamas Only: Great Girls Night Out option...

But you might get hit on...


I read about this in the latest issue of Seattle Magazine. It started out as a lesbian concept, but now has just expanded to all women. Sounds like music that I could dance to! And, it's at a reasonable time, 5:30-9:30 in Seattle, for woosies like me!

Baby Loves Disco

About Baby Loves Disco (copied from their website:)
All across the country, Baby Loves Disco is slowly but surely transforming the hippest night clubs into child proof discos as toddlers, pre-schoolers and parents looking for a break from the routine playground circuit let loose for some post naptime, pre-dinner fun. Make no mistake, this is NOT the Mickey Mouse club, and Barney is Banned. Baby loves disco is an afternoon dance party featuring real music spun and mixed by real djs blending classic disco tunes From the 70s, & 80s guaranteed to get those little booties moving and grooving.

Location: VENUE:Heaven 172 South Washington St Seattle, WA 98104206-622-1863 website

february 21, 2009
valentines ball
buy tickets

march 21, 2009
Grandparents Month
buy tickets

april 18, 2009
earth day celebration
buy tickets

$12 per walking human, in advance / $15 at the door, on the day of event (*pricing for 2009 parties only)event time: 1pm-4pm

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Drop in Pony Rides

                                                       FRIDAYS 10:00-2:00 pm 
$10 per child
Unlimited Pony Rides
Bouncy House
Pet Vanilla Bean our sweet Bunny
Bring a lunch if you like
Bring all your friends
Best part: Rain or Shine!
We have an indoor arena and a covered party tent!
Ask about group discounts!
8107 224th St SE, Woodinville 98072

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Santa at the Preston Fire Department

Santa will be at the Preston Fire Department December 7 th from 2-4.  Last year they took kids for rides in the fire truck and had another open so kids could look in them.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Seattle Aquarium Toddler Time

Toddler Time
November 19, 20
December 10, 11, 17, 18
January 7, 8, 14, 15
February 4, 5, 11,12

9:30am – 12:00pm
Hey Tots – hop in your stroller (or walk like a big kid) and bring your adult to Toddler Time on selected Wednesdays and Thursdays, October through February.
Come on up to the classroom for this drop-in program with activity stations, storytelling, songs and games. And for a special treat on Toddler Time Thursdays - the 12:15 Window on Washington Waters Dive Show will be geared toward toddlers.
Toddler Time is designed for children age 5 and younger accompanied by an adult.
Cost: Included with Aquarium admission. Drop-in program, no registration needed.


Vote for Ryan L

1. Go to http://www.kube93.com/pages/baby_battle_2008.html?feed=309391&article=46258022. This takes you to a page with 250 baby names.

2. "Ryan L" is all the way at the bottom, 4th name up on the far left hand side. Select his name, enter your email address, and click the vote button

3. You will get a confirmation email to respond to, and then you are done!

Monday, November 24, 2008

What is your Thanksgiving Tradition?

Feel free to post either as a comment or as a whole new post. We'd love to hear from you!

In my family, when all are stuff to the brim and staring bleary-eyed at the candle flames, my dad shouts "Where's the 2nd Turkey?"

The easiest way to post is to send an email to sarahkimsey.mama411@blogger.com

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Sign Language for Babies

Here is a great dictionary abbreviated for words that you are more likely to use with your baby.


Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Indoor Play

Indoor Play… at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center.

Don't let the rain get you down. Come visit our indoor play land at the community center. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning from 10am to 12pm; call for current dates. Your child (ages 1-5) will enjoy a variety of toys and play equipment and making new friends, for only $3. We are still growing and would appreciate any riding or infant table top toys. Call the recreation office for more details, 425-556-2300 ext 3. The program does not run during Lake Washington School District Holidays or during the summer months (June through September). Check the current recreation guide for starting dates and no program dates

Toddler Time: Sammamish Hills Lutheran


Wednesdays 9:30am – - 11:30am (Weekly at 9:30am on Wednesday)

Weekly at 9:30am on Wednesday



22818 SE 8th St. Sammamish, WA 98074


Call for more details

Toddler Time: Issaquah

Ages: 1 Yr. to 3 Yrs. Fees:- Toddler $2.00 Description: You and your young child are sure to enjoy this indoor playground. Play on a variety of toys, bikes, wagons, slides, hoops and more! Parents are responsible for watching their own child(ren). No food or beverage permitted except in the bleacher area. $2 fee/child is payable at the front desk. CASH OR CHECK.


Sunday, November 2, 2008

Donate to a school in need

From www.iloveschools.com

iLoveSchools.com is a free donor-matching service for education! School
teachers build WishLists of equipment, materials and supplies; anything they
need for their classroom. Donors locate teachers through our WishList search
offer their donations of new or used items or the cost of the teacher's

100% of donations go directly to a school teacher in

Each year the average teacher spends over $659 from their own
pocket to buy
classroom materials for America's kids. To help alleviate this
iLoveSchools.com acts as a matchmaking service between donor and

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Sammamish Police help gather toys for needy children

Release Date: Oct. 27, 2008
If you would like to contribute a new toy for a needy child, the Sammamish Police Department is once again accepting donations at City Hall, 801 228th Avenue S.E. It's all part of the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, a non-profit effort supported by the City of Sammamish.

If you would like to participate in this worthwhile program, please bring a new, unwrapped gift to the drop bin located in the Sammamish City Hall lobby near the main entrance. Donations will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Thursday, December 18th, 2008.

More information about the program is available at the following website: www.toysfortots.org . You may also contact Sammamish Police Detective Amy Jarboe at (425) 295-0786.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

FW: Little Gym vs. Gymboree

Hi guys,
We are realizing Isabelle is needing more activities now that she's getting older, seeing how much she loves KinderMusik, and since we didn't make it into the Wobblers class :( . We are exploring signing her up for one of the local gyms. Anecdotally we know a lot of people with kids at Little Gym but no one at Gymboree. Anyone understand the differences in terms of activities, prices, etc. or heard anything good/bad about either?
Thanks so much for any input and let me know if anyone else is interested in signing up. I know Little Gym next session doesn't start until 2/4.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Halloween Activity

Free family halloween activity at Sammamish City Hall.


Fun Music class- $5.00 per kid

Hi everyone,
I met a wonderful Mom who was a teacher in CA and teaches music classes in her home in Klahanie (sp?). She does a great job, and it is drop in. Her classes are Mondays at noon and every other Wed at 4:00. The classes are 45 minutes and both my girls (ages 3 and 1) had a great time.

Here is the info- Kathy Brandt

4260 246th PL SE
Issaquah 98029

(425) 427-9778


Monday, August 11, 2008

Fun stuff to do

I was cleaning out my desk today and found this paper that was given to me by a toddler group. It has a bunch of fun destinations for toddlers/kids and I thought I would post it. Not all of it looks fantastic but some of it does :-)

Seattle: Maritime Museum, Greenlake Community Center, Pacific Science Center, Childrens Museum, Monorail, Pike Place, Aquarium, View Ridge Park and wading pool, Argosy Cruise, Waterfront Trolley, Woodland Park Zoo, Childrens Theater, Ballard Locks, Burke Museum, Alki, Discovery Park, Golden Gardens, Scratch Patch, Swanson Nursery

Woodinville: North Creek Trail, Tot Spot Cafe, De Young Park, Cottage Lake Park and pool, LLC Farm on Wood-Red Rd, Wilmot Gateway Park, Gold Creek Trout Farm, Northshore Gymnastics

Issaquah: Cougar Mt Zoo, Lake Samm State Park

Redmond: Farrel-McWhirter Park and petting zoo, Marymoor Park, Redmond Town Center and fountain, Borders storytimes, any Barnes and noble too for storytime, Anderson Park, Grasslawn Park, Pine Lake on Plateau, Inglewood Park, Nike Park, Redmond Park and Rec classes, 2nd story childrens theater, South 47 Farm

Bothell/Kenmore: Stipek Park, Little Gym, Country Village ducks, Bothell Landing concerts, St Edwards park

Duvall: Cherry Valley Farm, Taylor Park, River at McCormick Park

Bellevue: New Castle Beach, Kelsey Creek Park animals, Meydenbauer Beach Park, Crossroads Mall, Robinswood Park

Everett: Forest park animals, Jetty Island, Silver Lake Beach, Childrens Museum

Snoqualmie: train rides, Falls

Kirkland: Market walk and park, Houghton Beach/Kidd Valley, Kirkland Community Center, Peter Kirk Wading pool, Juanita Beach, Denny Park, Tot Lot (111 9th Ave),Concert Series, Dennys Pet World, Big FInn Hill Park

Friday, May 9, 2008

Popular Baby Names for 2007

The list has been released! Check out your baby's name at http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames/

Saturday, May 3, 2008

One of my clients told me about this place and I thought it was pretty darn cool. Forgive me if you've already heard of it but I thought it would be worth posting anyways. There is a website that will take your blog and turn it into a hardcover (or softcover) book! For all of us with baby blogs that maybe in the future want to find a way to have a copy of it to leave on the coffee table etc then this is the place to go. Prices are super cheap too. Around $20....


Thursday, April 10, 2008

Breakthrough Research on How We Learn


Get out of the house!

Coming soon! May 21st will be the first day of the Sammamish Farmers Market. It will be held at City Hall from 4-8pm. Sure to be fun to stroller around!

Finally! A weekday Farmers Market at a time that that partners can attend!

Everyone knows that having a kid means lots of clutter!

Sammamish Spring Recycling Collection Event


Monday, March 31, 2008

From Brenda: Community Health Classes


To register or for more information, call 206-386-2502.

Car Seat Safety Inspections — Cherry Hill: Saturday, April 12 in the Cherry Hill parking garage, level 3B. Half-hour appointments required, 9 a.m.-noon.

Kid’s Safety and CPR — First Hill: April 16 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. in the 1-East Conference Room. Fee: $20.

And this is supposed to be really great. I started talking to another mother at the theater one day and she mentioned this:


Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Super Baby Food

I wasn't as ambitious as I wouldve liked but this book is awesome for baby food recipes to do at home that are really healthy. Especially when they get into solids etc.


From Jennifer: DHA Cereals

After our discussion on baby food I started to do a little research. I had noticed at the store rice and oatmeal cereals for babies with DHA added and wondered if it was really better. Here's a Consumer Reports article on baby food that talks about this issue, organic baby food, etc.:


Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Baby Photographer List

Looking for a photographer? Here is a list of recommended photographers compiled by the MS moms and their respective comments...

Mary Ann
She’s taken my pregnancy portrait and our 2006 Holiday picture we send to our family. Beyond her natural talent for taking great shots, you also get a CD with high resolution images taken at the session included in her fee!

She shoots celebrity weddings and does quite a bit of lifestyle work, including documenting children.

Desiree Swanson
We had good experience with Desiree Swanson. You get a CD with all the images so you can get them developed anywhere and any way you'd like.

Jill Labberton
Jill Labberton is amazing. She's pricey, but well worth it. She's located in Redmond.

Elisha Rain
I highly recommend Elisha Rain. She’s a former doula with such talent for working with new families! She just took our daughter’s six month pictures and they are wonderful. She took newborn, and pregnancy photos for us as well.

Michelle Huenink Photography
She’s great – AND you get the CD with all the rights to print on your own.

Amanda Shea
she is simply wonderful to work with and her photographs are first rate. We have been 100% pleased with everything’s she’s done for us. She’s not the cheapest, but we think the quality of her work is worth it.


MeRa Koh Photography
MeRa Koh photography is great! A little more expensive but worth every penny in my opinion.

Kristine Anderson Photography

Bella Photography
I really like www.bellaphotographynw.com. You can see other peoples’ proofs on her web page to see if you like her style.

Carmen Chan Photography

I have personally used Carmen Chan, and she is great. Her price can be a bit more, but she loves kids and will come to your house. Very easy to work with. The only other thing is that you have to purchase the CD seperately if you want all your images. -Maria

Monday, March 10, 2008


For any zoo members (Im still looking to see if there are any other fun easter things going on for kids)... BUNNY BOUNCE

Bunny Bounce presented by HomeStreet Bank Saturday, March 22, 2008 9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Hop, skip and jump to Woodland Park Zoo for the seventh annual Bunny Bounce presented by HomeStreet Bank, featuring amazing egg hunts for children ages 1 to 8, crafts, bunny photos, and eggs-citing zoo programs throughout the day. Space may be limited. Each egg hunt is open on a first-come, first-served basis. Activities are free with zoo admission. Zoo members receive free zoo admission year-round. For more information call 206.548.2500.

The malls have Easter bunny pictures too.

Saturday, March 8, 2008


Alicia talked about this class in PEPS: http://kirklandparks.net/eConnect/Activities/ActivitiesCourseDetails.asp?cid=22052
Registration begins March 20th and there are only 12 total spots.

Friday, March 7, 2008

More language options

The Sponge School comes highly recommended, and they just opened up a location on Gilman in Issaquah:


They have classes for newborns - I guess it's never too early!

Tips for traveling with baby

Hi everyone! Brandon and I recently flew with Ryan from Seattle to both Chicago and LA. Both trips were quite good, and I wanted to share some tips...
- Borrow as much as you can from the people you are visiting. My mom is a teacher and was able to get a bunch from her colleagues, so literally it was just Ryan in the Baby Bjorn. This was MUCH easier than having to bring carseat, stroller, etc... However, even if you do have to bring all that stuff, I still recommend using some type of Bjorn type carrier in the airport
- I never had to take Ryan out of the Bjorn in security. They didn't wand me either.
- If you are traveling with someone, try and book seats so that one of you has a window and the other person an aisle, with the middle seat open. This increases your chances of having the row to yourself, and even if someone ends up taking the middle seat they certainly won't mind trading you for a window or aisle!
- Always ask at the gate if you can have your own aisle. You might get a sympathetic gate agent!
- I highly recommend the bulkhead if you can get it. It makes it easier to stand up and move with your baby.
- I didn't travel with a Boppy. Instead, for feeding on the plane I brought my own blanket and used the airplane pillows and blankets to prop my arm up on the armrest more comfortably.
- Ryan has feed on most takeoffs and landings, but also slept through a couple. His ears never seemed to be bothered. Our doctor told us that a recent study came out that said that sucking vs. no sucking on takeoff and landing didn't make much of a difference.
- I brought kids Tylenol just in case, but didn't need it.
- There are changing tables on the plane in at least one bathroom above the toilets. It's cramped, but not impossible - Ryan likes being changed so I did it once or twice just to keep him happy.
- It can be tough to entertain a baby in such a confined space. The white noise may put your baby to sleep - it didn't work too much for mine! So clip a couple of his/her favorite (but small) toys onto your diaper bag.

I hope this is helpful! If you have any questions specific about traveling with baby that I didn't answer, feel free to ask!

Signing with your Infant

Sign Language:
www.hoptosignaroo (local)

"Sign About" books by Anthony Lewis are available on Amazon.com & they're a nice, easy way to introduce signing to your baby. If you're interested in learning more about Language Development there'sgood info. on www.Talaris.org & also www.zerotothree.org.

Joseph Garcia developed the SIGN with your BABY program & his popular book is called Baby Signs. He also has a DVD, both are available through the King County Library System.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Postpartum changes may bring on ‘momnesia’

Coping usually takes a few adjustments — plus, a sense of humor helps!

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Allergies: From Overlake Hospital Weekly Emails

Environmental Allergies
Recent research suggests that daily exposure to cats in the first year of life may protect a child from developing allergies. In one study, babies whose families owned a cat that was allowed in the baby's bedroom were 67% less likely than others to develop asthma and 45% less likely to develop hay fever. Another study looked at children whose parents had a history of asthma or allergies. Children exposed to higher levels of house dust had less eczema in the first year of life. Exposure to a dog in the home at 2 to 3 months of age was also linked to less eczema in the first year of life. Other studies suggest that a reasonable level of exposure to common germs and dust may protect children from developing allergies, eczema, and asthma. So try not to worry too much about keeping a healthy baby's environment sterile and germ-free. A little exposure to the world-cats, dogs, dust, and all-seems to play a role in building a strong immune system.

Peanut allergies on the rise
While no one is sure why there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children severely allergic to peanuts, one suspected culprit is skin cream that contains peanut oil. A recent study shows that children whose skin was treated with lotion or cream containing peanut oil in the first 6 months of life were more likely to develop a peanut allergy. Babies with eczema and rashes were more likely to develop the allergy than others. Before applying a lotion to soothe diaper rash or dry skin, check the label to make sure it does not include peanut oil.

Parenting Q&A
Q:“Are there things I should avoid feeding my baby during the first year of life?”
A:For the first 9 months of life, avoid feeding your baby citrus fruits and eggs, since both of these tend to cause allergic reactions. Peanuts are a major allergen and many allergists suggest not giving peanuts to children until 4 years of age or older. Finally, raw unpasteurized honey, the kind that you buy at a roadside stand, can carry botulism spores that can cause infant botulism. In general, introduce new foods to your baby one at a time. Begin with one teaspoon of food and increase to 3 or 4 teaspoons once or twice a day. If something disagrees with your baby and causes gas or an allergic reaction, you will know which foods to avoid in the future.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Babysitting Co-Op

How-to at BabyCenter.com... haven't read it yet, but I meant to! :P

Seattle Times on BabyLegs

Nicole Donnelly expanding company that sells BabyLegs leg warmers

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Parent Education at BCC

Class for parents and children ages infant to preschooler.

Website here: http://bellevuecollege.edu/parented/default.asp

PDF Class Schedule here: http://bellevuecollege.edu/parented/2008-09schedule.pdf

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Post-Partum Depression/Anxiety Resources

About.com's Top 10 Books: http://depression.about.com/od/babyblue/tp/postpartumbooks.htm

"The Mother-to-Mother Postpartum Depression Support Book" By Sandra Poulin


Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Baby Whisperer

This was one of the books I read when Nathan was younger. Its worth checking out the chat boards because the moms post alot of great stuff and there is a nice routine that helps babies sleep. I never tried it with Nathan but when I read about it later on, the schedule was pretty much what Nathan had done naturally so it might help when kiddos are younger. http://www.thebabywhisperer.com They also have sections on products they thought were awesome and potty training and a host of other stuff.

There is also a group of woman who are really into 'wearing' their babies. The site gives you a way to buy or trade wraps, baby backpacks etc for cheap. I warn you though the woman on there are REALLY into diaper bags and baby carriers and have about 5 million a piece :) http://www.thebabywearer.com/

Early Brain Development

"Ten things every child needs": www.educarer.com/brain.htm

Also, www.brainy-child.com (free newsletter)

Books: What's Going On In There?: How the Brain & Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life (available on Amazon.com) by Lise Eliot

Baby Minds: Brain-building Games Your Baby Will Love by Lina Acredolo & Susan Goodwyn

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Moms of Multiples Baby Sales

Ok this will be my last post for awhile I promise :) I adore these sales so I tell everyone about them. There are 3 groups that support moms of multiples and twice a year they have huuuuuuge baby sales of anything you might need from toys, to clothes, to furniture and things like jumperoos etc. Everything is dirt cheap. And then of course you can turn around and sell it all on craigslist when your little one outgrows it ;) I go to the one in Lynnwood and Northgate usually. Plan on being there about a half hour before the sale starts, Starbucks in hand ;) , as the line to get in can be long. The younger the kid you have the more equipment you compete for (bouncys, highchairs, vtech toys etc) They provide boxes for you to walk around with so you can fill it with clothing or whatever and they have a hold area for larger furniture and toys. Cash or check only to the best of my knowledge. They are addicting. After having gone to them for 2 years now I think the ones in Spring are better. Not as many people get involved for the fall ones cause the weather normally sucks.

Sarah adds: (Did you know that as an author, you can add to other people's posts?) I went to the Just Between Friends Consignment Sale, and since it was my first time going, they let me go to the "Preview" night, so I could have my pick before everyone else. You do have to pre-register for that benefit, however. I had a TON of success! http://seattle.jbfsale.com/

Brenda adds: About Toys & TogsEMOMs' Toys & Togs Sale is held twice each year, once in the spring and once in the fall. The sale, which is open to the public, provides an amazing opportunity for you to pick up gently used (and sometimes brand new) items, just about anything on your shopping list for baby or childNext SaleApril 12, 2008 -- Bellevue Community CollegeFor more info:http://www.emoms.org/Pages/ToysAndTogsSale.aspx


http://www.waterbabies.net/home.htm This was a fun program. They teach swimming lessons from infancy and up. The classes can be fairly crowded though so I recommend trying for a time during the day that less people might attend. Its in a gym over right by Bellevue Square Mall

Bringing Out Baby and The Seattle Mama's Handbook

I have these two books floating around the house. I figured I'd post the table of contents and if anyone is interested in a particular chapter let me know and I will email you the info? Forgive me if their are typos, there is a bunch to type.
( From Bring out Baby: Seattle and the Eastside)
Chapters: 1 Bringing out newborns & Infants, 2 Bringing out creepers, crawlers, & toddlers Indoor and Outdoor activities and Beaches chapters for North Seattle, Montlake Queen Anne, Magnolia areas, Greenlake, Ballard, Shoreline, Mercer Island, Eastside. 3. Bringing out baby shopping and Dining. 4 Quick reference guide for top 10 indoor and outdoor activities, program for early parent support, movement classes, arts and crafts, drop off classes, dance classes, mom and baby fitness, indoor playgrounds, open gyms, and playrooms
(Seattle Mama's Handbook) 1. Places to go and things to do(family activities, amusement places, balloon rides,batting cages, bowling, miniature golf,ferry rides,historical sites,museums,planetariums,sightseeing tours, zoos, discount movies) 2. Great outdoors (resources,parks,gardens,bird and wildlife watching,boating canoeing kayak,tours plus,charters,fishing lakes and ponds,trails,hiking,camping,horseback riding,camps) 3.Community Recreation (program fees, parent involvement/coaching,sports,summercamps,rec centers,swimming pools,youth orgs) 4. Sports 5. Music (find a teacher,music instruction, mini music, local childrens choir, local opera house, local symphonies, music stories, websites) 6. Theater Dance & Creative Arts (Theater, Acting, Dance Instruction, Art Instruction, Crafts, Sewing and Quilting, Craft Supply Stores) 7. School and Educational Resources (Helpful tips for choosing a school, general resources, preschool referrals, child resource and referral agency, child care resources, public/private/parichial, public school districts, special needs schools, gifted and talented resources, homeschooling resources, language schools, military, tutors, school and teaching supply stores) 8. Libraries and books 9. Media in the home 10. At home fun 11.Parties 12.Seasonal events 13.volunteer opportunities 14. Memories and keepsakes 15. Feeding and clothing the crew 16. Heath and childcare 17. Pregancy and infant resources 18. Special needs 19. Parenting resources 20. Teens 21. Family vacation 22 Just for mamas (spas etc) 23. Emergency resources

Mother of Invention

For some reason, I just couldn't spend the 30 bucks to buy a Hooter Hider. However, I was frustrated that blankets always slipped down when I was nursing. Evan gets so easily distracted these days, that I had to come up with some sort of solution. I had these hanger clips from Target and strapped them together with a cool ribbon. Voila! Instant mammary mask ala dentist chair apron.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Foreign Language for kids

FREE!! Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Japanese! Search events at http://www.kcls.org/programs/library_programs.cfm

I think we will try to make the Spanish story time at 11am at the Samm Location!

Other foreign language info:

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Baby Clothes


Carter's Outlets (and other outlets, too) at North Bend Outlet Mall

Osh Kosh B'gosh (really good deals!) Factoria Mall

Me N Momz (found new BabyLegs there!)

(Brenda) Hanna Andersson in Woodinville yesterday and they had some good stuff. They have a sale that starts on 2/15. Hanna Andersson is across from Molbaks.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Movies and Mamas

· Kirkland Parkplace has 1 moms and babies show every other Friday at 9am or so.
· Lincoln Square Cinemas in Bellevue (Thursday mornings) http://lincolnsquarecinemas.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22&Itemid=81
· ReelMoms is a program from Loews Cineplex, which has bring-the-baby movies on Tuesdays in Woodinville and the Meridian 16 in Seattle. There's no admission fee for infants and toddlers. ReelMoms http://loews.bipnet.com/reelmoms/
· North Bend Theater on Wednesdays http://www.northbendtheatre.com/mommymatinee.html. They also have a cry room upstairs for any of their showings that is available on a first come first serve basis.

Movie Theaters with Crying Rooms
Guild on 45th
2115 N 45th St.
Seattle, WA 98103

Varsity Theatre
4329 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 632-3131

Metro Cinemas
4500 9th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 633-0055

Exercise for Mom and Baby together


Little Gym:

Stroller Strides:

Baby Bootcamp:

Myparksandrecreation.com Activity Search: http://www.myparksandrecreation.com/ActivitySearch/Default.aspx