I am a student mom supported by, you guessed it mom and dad, so i would like to know of some activities for my daughter to socialize and have fun with other toddlers. She isnt in day care so its hard to find places to tak her.I live in rosenberg TXAnswer Question
Answer by momofryan07 at 4:51 PM on Mar. 24, 2010
You are so close to so much! I don't know the cost, but the Houston zoo is awesome. For the next couple of months (before it gets crazy hot) parks will be great, and free. At this age even a trip to the mall during less busy hours can be fun, especially if there is a play area. Library and bookstore storytimes are free. Many museums are free and many have areas specifically for children. If you have transportation you're not too far for day trips to the beach. Going out for ice cream can be a fun treat for your little one, and it won't break the bank. I can't remember exactly where it is, but I know there used to be a small water park near there that was mainly for smaller children, and I think it was pretty inexpensive. You could try finding a playgroup that fits your schedule at playgroupsusa.com.
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