When our daughter started preschool last year, I was a tad apprehensive. After all, my little girl had only had me as a primary playmate for over two and a half years. Would she be shy around all the new faces? Would she have the right social skills? Turns out my fears were unfounded. Not only was she social enough, she was (and is) highly sociable. Reaching out to complete strangers, wanting to play with every child who so much so looked in her direction and really happy in the midst of her playgroup.
As the mom of a toddler, play dates are a big part of my life. More so, since my daughter currently is an only child and being naturally sociable loves interacting and being with other children, her age. Play dates are an easy and economical way to help her do that. Plus, being a work-at-home mom, play dates give me much-needed social interaction too.
Okay, this is something I’m totally excited about. Starting this month, I would be featuring an in-depth interview with a mom entrepreneur who’s just starting out but dreams of rocking the world through her business. I’ve received so much of love from the blogosphere that this is just a small way of showing some love to new work-at-home moms. If you know of a mom entrepreneur or are one, I’d love to feature you, so just email me or leave a comment below and I will get back to you.