I am a grandmother who now has custody of my 3 almost 4 year old granddaugher. My daughter died earlier this year.
With my children we never did "playdates" we would just visit and take our kids or our kids would meet up in the yard and play. Things have really changed.
I am shying away from playdates because I do not know how comfortable the mother and I would be during the playdate. The way I understand it is mothers go on playdates with their children. Is this correct? I would love to have one of LO friends over, but I do not know about entertaining the mother for an hour or two. We do meet other mothers and fathers at the park and it works out well because we do not have to talk and interact continually.
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