This is How 'She' Rolls

Posh Tots. Most definitely. Apparently all the other moms in LMAKT (Lincoln Moms and Kids Too) and our playgroup think this as well. Or, at least we'd like to think so.

Scheduled weekly playgroups and weekly events. Plus a whole lot more!

Let's just say I'm loving this group of women. And, we most definitely have a group of little tots that love to be entertained and catered to. Just part of the fun.

Not only do we have weekly scheduled playgroups and weekly events, but with over 70+ families, you can only imagine the kind of activities, service projects and meetings that are planned. Just a tad different than my old Moms Club (and I miss those women dearly - they were a fun bunch, too, don't get me wrong!) Our assigned playgroup - otherwise known as the "Nubbies" - has 12 moms ... and some have 3 kids that attend playgroup. Yes, it's that big!

And - - I hosted my first playgroup in our new house. Hosting your first playgroup is always a little nerve racking. Toys and fun and of course, the snacks, drinks and goodies to go along with the morning. Nothing but the best for the posh little tots.

Above is a little menu for the morning jazzed up with Valentine's Day dishes from Pottery Barn - juice, fruit snacks, dried pea pods, wheat crackers, pretzel crackers, goldfish, carrots, celery, rice cakes, cookies, coffee for the ladies, etc, etc. The kids go crazy for snack time!

They play hard and are definitely rewarded at the end or the middle or at the beginning with a fun snack. I didn't capture pictures of our full house (only 5 moms were in attendance), but I did snap a picture of the aftermath. And to think this was after a quick tidy and cleanup from the kids. God bless their little hearts.

Let's just say it's a good thing we don't have a dining room table right now because the kids took over this room and LOVED the extra space. Plus, now that Ms. A's toys are getting larger and bulkier (play house, kitchen, riding toys, basketball hoop, etc) the extra space is definitely needed. I temporarily moved some of the toys downstairs from her playroom because I did not want kids going up and down the steps.

So ... there you have it. Another fun day in the life of Ms. A.