When I was in high school, I worked at a Gymboree clothing store. It was there that I was introduced to Gymboree Play and Music. As I saw the video playing in the store, I thought to myself how fun it all looked and that as soon as I had children, I would love to enroll them in the program. Last year I had my first baby girl, my little Lucy. At that time I thought with our current financial situation that it would be too expensive to enroll her in Gymboree Play and Music. To my delight, one morning I ran across a Groupon for Gymboree! I think I was the 2nd person to buy it right at midnight. First thing that morning I called Gymboree to sign her up. 15 years later my daughter was going to Gymboree! When the month was up, I realized that it was indeed affordable. My Gymboree location is also very understanding about my schedule and lets me make up days very easily.
There my 13 month daughter has learned to problem solve, how to slow down and speed up, to get off and on objects, and (my favorite) to clean up. Her favorite is getting off the slide, she even knows how to put the little rug so she can slide right off. Her teacher loves her and is always saying how delightful her laughs are. I believe though that it is Gymboree that is too delightful and am extremely grateful for all the laughs my daughter has there and the many more to come!Class Type:
Play & Learn 4 (16-22 months)City: