Shocking Play Date Question
I don't like the term "Play Date". Why does it have to be a "Date"? When I was a kid, we just played...no date.
We were talking about the subtle social obligations of kid's play dates and Jill told us the SHOCKING question she was asked by another mother before a play date at her house...
(BTW...either Spring is holding really still, or her camera froze. We are aware of the situation.)
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