play date

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play′ date`

or play′date`,


n.
an appointment made by parents from separate families to have their young children play together.
[1980–85]
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The tour will also see her play dates in Dublin, Manchester, London and Birmingham before she moves on to Europe.
They're always meeting up for play dates and never invite me or my son.
Between soccer practice, play dates and sleepovers, parents are busier than ever.
It's so comfy and cozy that you can take it to mommy and me classes, play dates, or use it for tummy time.
Other tips include organising play dates and time away from their parents.
Universal Pictures recently declared that they have shifted the release date for the racing franchise as it would help booking more international play dates, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
North will need a few play dates after the wedding and Blue Ivy, among other kids, will be North's date.
Young Rebel Set are to play dates across the UK including Cardiff, Bristol, London, Brighton, Leeds and Edinburgh.
From bottle feeding to play dates - Real moms, including Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley, give the inside scoop on what actually happens behind the nursery door
We make sure he is doing his play dates, he is doing enough reading time, he is doing enough drawing and paintiing, arts and crafts and also a lot of fun time.
Amy, who jets off to play dates in Switzerland, Belgium and Austria next month, said: "Back in the UK with a bang.
Baby Connect is suited for parents who want to track their child's health and emotional welfare and stay on schedule with day care or play dates.