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Cake, coffee and conversation at Mummy Social parent meet-up

Little ones enjoyed playing whilst the bigger ones (us) enjoyed the coffee and cake at the latest Twins, Tantrums and Cold Coffee ‘Mummy Social’ meet-up. 

Mums (and dads) got chatting at Plymouth’s Moo Music Cafe over a coffee as part of the Mummy Social’s #SocialSeptember get together. 

I’ve joined forces with Mummy Social, which is run by mum of three Josie Barron alongside blogger and author The Unmumsy Mum, and TV’s Helen Skelton, to organise the meet up in Plymouth.

It follows on from the awesome picnic in the park we did in the summer where 30 mums pitched up with their kids and a blanket and got social. 

  • Toddler plays at Mummy Social meet up
  • Children play at Mummy Social Meet up
  • Twin girls at a mummy social meet up
  • Children play at Moo Music meet up
  • Toddlers with pom poms at a mummy social meet up
  • Families at the mummy social meet up
  • Twin girls at moo music
  • Children play with pom poms at moo music
  • Children queue up for a sticker at Moo Music
  • Families at Mummy Social meet up
  • Moo Music session at Mummy Social meet up
  • Mum and toddler at moo music

Kids are superheroes at Mummy Social meet

Children were treated to a taster session of Moo Music on Maggie Moo’s Meadow. Becoming superheroes and popping bubbles was particularly popular, and they loved playing in the soft play and with toys in the cafe whilst mums and dads were able to meet other parents. 

And eat cake. Because let’s face it, that’s what we all REALLY want to do. 

To be honest, I’m surprised anyone turned up with the weather being so hideous so it was lovely to meet you all! 

I’m always happy to talk (I’m sure you’re not surprised), and I couldn’t survive without my mummy mates but it was also great that others were chatting to each other too. 

  • Family at moo music
  • Kids are superheroes at moo music
  • kids are superheroes at mummy social meet up
  • Toddlers at the Mummy Social meet up
  • Four year old is a superhero at mummy social meet up
  • Children enjoy moo music
  • kids enjoy moo music
  • families at moo music
  • twins at moo music mummy social meet up
  • Families enjoy moo music at mummy social meet up
  • Twin girls enjoy bubble popping at moo music
  • Kids dress as super heroes at moo music
  • Children play at Moo Music meet up
  • Moo Music session at Mummy Social meet up

Chance for mums to get social

The Mummy Social website was set up by Exeter-based Josie when she was pregnant with her second child and experienced how lonely being a mum can be. 

There are now thousands of members all over the UK who use it every day to help them meet new people and get out of the house. And you can now download a free app to help you find mums near you, and any socials that are going on. 

#SocialSeptember has been a month-long campaign to encourage mums to be brave and get social with other local mums. And we did it! See you at the next one…

How did I do?

Did you enjoy this post? You might like some of my others. Read about the first Mummy Meet up here, or find out more about the Moo Music Cafe opening here. And if you fancy delving into my sweary rants about anything from potty training, co-sleeping to taking twins to baby groups, click on my ‘Mum Life’ section here.

If you like a bit of social media madness, pop over to my Facebook page where you’ll be able to have a laugh at what ridiculousness goes on in my house with three very small boys on a daily basis. Warning – there is often sarcasm, and usually swearing. There are also great travel reviews and some AWESOME giveaways. Feel free to join my Twins, Tantrums and Cold Coffee – Shits and Giggles Parenting Group too, where everyone shares their hilarious stories.

If you like what you see, how about you check me out on Pinterest,  Instagram and Twitter too.

And if you want to work with me, feel free to give me a shout here or at helen@twinstantrumsandcoldcoffee.com and I’ll get back to you.

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