playdate


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play·date

 (plā′dāt′)
n.
A scheduled time for a child to visit and play with another.

playdate

(ˈpleɪˌdeɪt)
n
a gathering of children at a house for play
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The eccentric couple ask the family over, but with the kids in bed the clock strikes midnight and it's clear they want their own special kind of playdate.
LITTLEST PET SHOP: PET STYLE is an interactive storybook app from PlayDate Digital, under license from Hasbro, Inc.
With regards to the letter from the woman whose playdate from hell with her naughty threeyear-old son was the final straw (Dear Coleen, May 15), I'd like to tell her to stop worrying so much about what other mums think.
The final straw was a playdate at our house with his nursery friend and his friend's younger brother, who is two.
one of my elementary school friends asked during a playdate.
FAM) In the fifth-season finale, "A'' seeks a playdate with the girls, and a huge clue about "A'' is revealed as secrets are exposed.
The Packers and Lions meet in Week 17 of the 2014 NFL regular season the last playdate for both squads.
Before you send your child to a playdate or to camp, do a quick check on his or her head.
although you'd struggle to find one wearing a more immaculate outfit for a playgroup playdate.
Washington, March 4 ( ANI ): Gwen Stefani and Pink are in an apparent feud after Stefani rejected her former rival's invite for a playdate.
But the castle-owning duke is not posh enough for high falutin' Tatler, who presumably thought the 300-mile playdate commute would be too much and held back from naming the region's own royal couple in the list every parent, apparently, wants to be on.
Jonathan London's FROGGY'S WORST PLAYDATE (9780670014279, $16.