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Question by jonnyboy92003: What is the best way of introducing my kids to my girlfriend?
Have been going out for a year and I really want to introduce my kids to my girlfriend, however, I have 3 kids (BBG, 12, 11 & 6) and they are v.close to their Mum and I am worried that its going to be really awkward. I see my children regularly twice a week & have a good relationship with them. I am planning an ice skating session with my gf & the kids as an opening event? Can anyone suggest any pitfalls to avoid? Any good articles or books on this subject?
Answer by Mommy to Be
The 12 and 11 year old should understand without a problem…but the 6 year old might need a little more time to get used to it. If you and the mom have been sperated for some time they might be used to the fact that mom and dad could start to date. (well the older ones at least.)
Just be truthful, whatever you do, and explain that she is not taking mommy’s place in their lives, and that you don’t want that.
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Irvine, California (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
PlanADayOut.com, the searchable and free database resource for family friendly activities, launched today after two months of beta testing with local moms. Focused on the Orange County area, PlanADayOut.com was the brainchild of Maruska Gannon, an OC mom who was frustrated trying to find fun things to do with her kids, ages 5 and 2. She found herself searching dozens of websites each week to find the right activities that fit her familys time, interests and budget.
So this efficiency-oriented OC mom (who also happens to have a masters degree in mathematics from UCLA) started creating a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel that housed all the information she needed to plan a day out with her kids. Soon, friends started asking her for advice on where to go and what to do. She realized the need to find things to do was universal and extremely relevant for moms.
And so PlanADayOut.com was born. Working with her computer programmer husband, Gannon put together a searchable, dynamic database that allows users to find the perfect activity given multiple parameters and preferences. The free resource serves up info on local storytimes, museums, kids entertainment venues and more. Suppose you wanted to find an activity for Thursday that is within 25 miles of your home, suitable for your kids ages 5 and 8. PlanADayOut.coms database would provide you with a list of 102 items in the Orange County area that meet your criteria, which you could then filter by category, cost and more.
And for those that arent sure what they are looking for? PlanADayOut.com offers quick links such as Fun for Free, After-school Activities and Toddler Time to make browsing easy.
For moms on the go, PlanADayOut also has a Facebook page with daily tips for the week ahead. Like the page, and you could receive notifications straight to your phone.
The site launches officially today after two months of beta testing with local moms. While the site will continue to evolve and improve based on feedback from local moms, Gannon promises that PlanADayOut.com will always stay true to its commitment to provide a free resource to benefit families and the communities in which they live. Today the site offers Orange County specific activities, but expansion into other major metro areas is planned within the next few years.
For more information or to search for the perfect things to do with your kids in Orange County, go to http://www.PlanADayOut.com.
PlanADayOut.com is a free online resource for families, currently serving the Orange County, CA area. Privately owned by an OC mom, the free searchable database offers hundreds of detailed listings from museums and local storytimes to kid-friendly entertainment venues, like ice skating rings and bowling lanes – all of which can be filtered by distance, hours of operation, cost, attendee age and more. Visit http://www.PlanADayOut.com or http://www.facebook.com/PlanADayOut
Question by smokey: Do you think the winter olympics are basically for rich kids?
I just read today that the first black person won a gold medal in the Winter Olympics and it furthered my suspicions that the Olympics are just a bunch of rich kids……who else is able to devote their life to skiing and ice skating? I realize that there area few exception. What are your thoughts..
Answer by dogfreak_88
What do you think? Answer below!
Question by Janeka K: Activities for kids to get them out of the house?
I love taking my kids (girl 4 & boy 5) to do things like ice skating, picnicking, to the playground, library, beach etc. but i’m running out of ideas. Where can i take them to get them out of the house cheaply, or preferably for free? Thanks so much!
Answer by bunnies
Museums or parks.
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