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Baby's First Ballgame Sept 3rd At KeySpan Park [Aug. 16th, 2007|12:28 pm]
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Baby’s First Ballgame, this September 3rd at 1 PM, brings back baseball’s first couple Dave and Carrie as they celebrate their one year anniversary with the Brooklyn Cyclones at KeySpan Park in Coney Island. Dave and Carrie were married on the field after a game last July. A year later, they’re celebrating the birth of their baby girl Kate with the Cyclones and inviting all NYC families with a baby or pregnant mom to join them.
We’re also raising money for Autism Cares at this event- with an auction and some great raffle prizes.
There will be lots of contests, giveaways, and prizes for babies and their families.
All pregnant moms in attendance will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch, and all families with a child under 3 will be allowed to run the bases on the field after the game!
For more info or if you have a business or organization interested in coming, you can email dave@thekbuzz.com
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Upper West Side toddler activities? [Dec. 31st, 2006|05:42 pm]
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So! I've just moved to the Upper West Side, from Williamsburg (the Satmar part). I knew tons of things to do in Brooklyn, and some stuff to do in Manhattan, but what's the scoop on this neighborhood? Indoor play spaces? Best playgrounds? ("Cause lord knows there are *tons*.) Other stuff? Any toddler hangouts like Willy Bee's?

My sprog is almost 3.
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If you've ever been interested in taking a Music for Aardvarks class.... [Jul. 30th, 2006|04:11 pm]
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They have free demo classes this summer. And rather nifty songs, I might add, though I'm not as in love as some people :)
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Hi there [Jul. 10th, 2006|09:39 pm]
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It doesn't seem that this group has been very active since it started but I just joined and thought I'd introduce myself. I'm a stay-at-home mom to my 3 year old daughter. We live in Brooklyn, are into attachment parenting, homeschooling and the like. I'm really interested in meeting more families and in that attempt started a homeschooling meetup group (http://homeschool.meetup.com/522/) but would be interested in meeting up with other nyc families for playdates.
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Hi all. [May. 30th, 2006|12:27 am]
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Or, I'm assuming all... it may be that nobody ever joins this, and I'll be all alone. Sniff.

Since this is a new community, I thought we could discuss those important things - rules and icons. Somebody needs to make us an icon.

Oh, yes, rules.

Should we allow advertising? If yes, what sort of advertising - for communities, for yard sales, for nannies? Should advertising be stuck under a cut (my inclination, to be frank)? What sort of content should or shouldn't be allowed? Comment here, help us work out these rules!

There's another sort of rule: The safety rule.

Since I intend, once we get some members, to post asking for people to meet up with (gasp!), I feel it's important to go over these right away.

1. Never meet up in real life with people you don't trust online. Obviously.
2. Only meet up with people in well-populated areas, in daylight.
3. Bring another adult with you when you meet somebody.
4. If you're meeting to set up a playgroup or something of the sort, consider doing it sans kids the first time, so if one of you gets really creepy vibes off the other, at least your kids aren't exposed to it.

Thank you for reading the Very Obvious Rules :)
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