My daughters Ella Grace (2) and Claire (1) have been enrolled at Romp n’ Roll for a little over a year. My girls were so young when we started that anything child-related was sort of foreign to me but I chose Romp n’ Roll because my friends recommended it. (I should add that I did visit one other “kids gym” prior to Romp n' Roll and the place smelled so bad I was worried that all similar places must smell. Thank goodness I was wrong!)
We are always singing the “Rompy” welcome and good-bye song at home. It is often the best way to get my girls in a better mood or to allow me to do things they may not otherwise love to do (i.e. nail clipping, etc).
I’m not sure you have the time to read about all we love about Romp n’ Roll. I could go on and on. I love that my children are building memories at Romp n’ Roll and the enrichment they get is so important to us. I love how it feels like family -- the staff is so warm and inviting. I feel like it makes my children better little people. I see in other settings how children seem drawn to my girls and I feel like this is due to the social skills they have developed at Romp n’ Roll. I believe enrolling your children at Romp n’ Roll at an early age puts them ahead and I have often encouraged mothers with little ones that are trying to walk to get to Romp n’ Roll since you can feel safe and let them "practice" walking. A fall in the gym is easy. A fall at home could involve the coffee table!
I find myself getting teary at the thought of one day outgrowing Romp n’ Roll!"