How To Handle A Playdate At YOUR House

How To Handle A Playdate At YOUR House

April 26, 2018 Updated February 10, 2019

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The good old days of running around the neighborhood looking for friends are over. Playtime is scheduled…in advance! Playdates are real, people, and you can only avoid them for so long. It’s true — not only do you have to entertain, feed, and watch your own kid, you have to watch someone else! But have no fear, Momsplained is here with tips to make playdates less terrible.