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I've been taking Graham to either play or music class since he was one and it's always been terrible. All of the other kids his age sit still when they're supposed to and participate and my kid is the one running for the hills and grabbing everything he shouldn't have. It was impossible to keep up with him when I was pregnant and now I'll only take him if my husband can stay home with the baby. We actually skipped music class this morning because I wasn't in the mood to chase. Last week, he managed to open the bathroom door, the supply room, tip over a trash can, scale the art table, open a bag of markers and almost escape from the room. All of this was while I was five feet from him shaking my own moroccas and trying to participate in the class. No way I'm trying to do that with two kids.


I am SO glad that I found this site, and particularly this entry today. I've got a 1 month old, and a 20 month old, and was actually considering signing up for the next session of Kindermusik in my area. Now I realize that I've got to stop smoking crack in my freetime (ooops -- forgot -- I don't have any freetime anymore; guess I've just got to find a way to get some sleep at some point over the next 11 months), and continue to be content with surviving each day. I watch Jon & Kate + 8 to keep me sane, and I think that watching too many reruns with them traveling to distant and exotic locales with 8 kids seeped into my sleep deprived brain. Thanks for the great advice and reality check!


I refuse to pay for such organized classes when there are so many free activities to attend, plus we just really can't afford it on one income. For example, our local libraries have fantastic reading/music classes for 6 mos and up. I have found that sometimes the classes go well and sometimes not so well, all depending on my daughter's mood. I have seen other moms there with babies and toddlers and will try it once the new baby comes. I'm sure there will be disasters but aren't there always when going out with babies and toddlers? I know that I need to get out of the house just as much as they do, especially during the winter.


I'm still making it to music class with my two (2.5 and 8 months), dashing out of the office at 4.00pm, sometimes even having remembered to pack double stroller, snacks etc before I left that morning! It is always touch and go that we will make it, and it is expensive, but it is worth it, and it forces me to leave the office ontime/early at least one day a week. The kids enjoy it, but mainly it makes me feel like I'm being a good mum, at least one day of the work week.

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