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Rain or shine, we have a weekend event. It involves 2 parents, 1 baby, a swing set and a box of chalk. Do you know what time it is? It’s playground time!
Since Enceladus took her first swing on a swing set (in January!) she’s fallen in love with the playground at our local park. Now many months later, if we stroll by a playground, she immediately starts kicking her legs and pointing to it. Looks like it’s time for a pit stop!
Living in NYC, you work with what you have in regards to play spaces outside. We have beautiful parks (Fort Greene and Prospect Park are our favorites!), but we also have wonderful neighborhood playgrounds. Not only is it a place for little ones to run around and be kids, but it’s also a great place to meet your neighbors!