Our Toddler Time on Monday mornings seems to be a big hit with joms and kids alike.
But, it's not growing like the similar program in the New York City public libraries.
Sage Lazzaro and Esti Jungreis write in The New York Observer that Toddler Times attracted 250,000 participants last year. In the first quarter of this year, the number has already hit 190,000!
Some parents are arriving as much as an hour early to participate.
Sounds as if the libraries need to add some other times for toddlers.
This past Monday, we had about 25 moms, dads and kiddoes. Earlier this month, we had 35.
Those are pretty healthy numbers for a library our size. Thirty-five has us bursting at the seams.
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