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Postby geva » 27 Oct 2007, 08:27

Ok...Think we're away the weekend of the 10th Nov??? Though not confirmed yet...does weekend or week day suit best for anyone!?
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Postby Kafrin » 27 Oct 2007, 16:52

prefer weekday but weekend good too
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Postby gillianbowker » 29 Oct 2007, 21:02

Hello everyone,

Had a wee break cause A and I have been poorly :( . No idea where either of these places are but Im sure I will find them. As long as they are cool with babies then fine by me. I would prefer weekday meet as we are away at the weekend for the next few!

Looking forward to it,

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Postby wewillfixit » 30 Oct 2007, 08:06

Weekend (or sometimes fridays) better for me, as number 1 son is at nursery in the afternoons during the week. I would find Edinburgh easier to get to, but I could do Glasgow too.


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Postby KatGoldLIN » 30 Oct 2007, 09:08

OK, I am going to be bold and suggest a date. It looks like weekdays are better for the majority and Glasgow is eeking out ahead.

How about Thursday the 15th or Friday the 16th of November? Morning or afternoon?

Mono is relatively child friendly though I don't remember any highchairs there (that doesn't mean there aren't any as I haven't been in ages). Theos in the West end is good for kiddos, but a bit further a trek? Any Glaswegians with suggestions?
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Postby geva » 30 Oct 2007, 09:21

I'm ashamed to say :oops: that even though I'm in Glasgow I've hardly ventured into town with Little bee..it was rough going anywhere with her in the early days and think I scared myself! lol Anyhow, will get tips from one of my Mum friends who is a regular city centre tripper and post back later. Will also give Mono a ring and check the high chair facility! :wink: Oh, and since Fri might be best for wewillfixit maybe we should do that day if it suits? Aft is better for me. G.x
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Postby geva » 30 Oct 2007, 09:23

Oh damn! Katgold can we change that day!!!??? Purleese...I am busy that aft and had completely forgotten about it! How about the next Friday?
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Postby wewillfixit » 30 Oct 2007, 09:38

Friday 16th is good for me (Dougie is at nursery on alternate fridays, and I'm pretty sure that is one of his *off* days). Now I just have to think how to keep them both entertained on the bus all the way there... hopefully there will be some nice people who will play peekaboo with them all the way!!

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Postby geva » 30 Oct 2007, 09:43

Me again! :wink:

Ok, called Mono..they only have 2 highchairs :?

So tried Wagamamas who say the have loads! :D The just clip onto the tables?!? :D Sounds strange but good! :wink: The guy I spoke to said mid aft between 2-4pm is good as it's quite then. I didn't ask about the morn but sure it would be the same.

So maybe we should go there as it's central so not as much hassle for everyone?

Theo's sounds good too though more hassle getting to the west end?

The girl there said they have 4 high chairs..we could just do rotation! lol..or she offered little seats in the even that any of the kids could sit on their own :wink: She then said they do great organic mush we could give to the babies :D (Ok she didn't really say Mush! :wink: ). I told her about BLW and she said that was fine, their menu is very catered towards children..serving fruit/cheese/bread/ham etc...she didn't mention roast veg or garlic :wink: She was lovely and sounded v.friendly.

Over to you guys!
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Postby Aitch » 30 Oct 2007, 12:29

the wagamama seats are great. here is the Nome modelling one http://babyledweaning.blogware.com/blog ... 53325.html
i think it would be a great venue. god knows if i'll be coming, the life of a hackette does not lend itself to forward planning, but i will if i can. :D
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Postby geva » 30 Oct 2007, 17:50

I'm up for Wagamama's..and good because it's central. Wewillfixit..can you make it the next Fri atall? Everyone else..does that suit?
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Postby gillianbowker » 30 Oct 2007, 21:54

Hello guys,

Fri 26th is good for me or the Fri after. Not bothered about venue. Eiether would suit although maybe city would be easier for public transport peeps.

Really looking forward to it.

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Postby Kafrin » 31 Oct 2007, 11:37

Friday 16th no good for me away to Manchester. Can do this Friday or next. Wagamama sounds fab..

Yipee my folks are leaving today, no more mother and daughter CHATS until Christmas!!!!!!!!! :D :D
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Postby KatGoldLIN » 31 Oct 2007, 14:58

OK, I am confused about the dates we are talking about. It looks like quite a few can do the 23rd. Is that OK for people, or am I reading this wrong?

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Postby Kafrin » 31 Oct 2007, 20:43

23rd would be fine
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