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meeting question

#2
The best thing to do is to telephone the consultant of the group you wish to go to.

As far as I know it is fine to change classes. Children are welcome so long as they are well-behaved - in fact, I think it is quite usual in daytime classes.

But checking with the consultant first will mean that she is expecting you, and you will put your mind at rest.
 
#3
hi, children are welcome at the meeting i go, just make sure you have drinks/dummy if needed/snacks for them also i took my usually noisy 2yr with me & she saw some other kids about 3&6ish with colouring in books & crayons that they let her use, usually she would be running around! so take colouring things/books with you
 
S: 14st5.5lb C: 11st1.5lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 23.6 Loss: 3st4lb(22.83%)
#4
Yes and yes. :D
I have gone to different meetings before and our consultant always tells us that if we have to miss a meeting feel free to attend another meeting during the week.
I have a 5, 7, 10 and 13yr old and I have brought them all to meetings.
 

moomintrolljen

Will be thin god dammit!!
S: 18st3lb C: 18st3lb G: 12st7lb BMI: 41.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#6
Gorgeous babies by the way x x x
 

missgalaxy

Yummy Mummy! xx
S: 248lb C: 248lb BMI: 40 Loss: 0lb(0%)
#7
Yes defianltey. I often take my 2 kids - 7 &2 to meeting if OH is working late. I am normally armed with snacks, drinks and colouring stuff and its not a problem. My consultant is fab and normally sets up a table in the corner for the kids to sit at.

xx
 
#9
There is sometimes a small child at our evening session. He is so well behaved we hardly know he is there - last week he sat at a table with some kind of electronic gadget and there was not a sound out of him until it was time to go home! I was very impressed.
 


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