Posted on May 22nd 2020
As communities begin to slowly reopen, Romp n' Roll is preparing to do the same. We have dearly missed you and your little ones and we are excited to have happy, smiling faces in our kids gym once again. In order to ensure a successful and safe reopening, we are implementing many sanitary protocols.
Posted on Mar 21st 2020
Posted on Mar 10th 2020
As we continue to monitor the developments for Coronavirus (COVID-19), your family's safety is our highest priority. At Romp n’ Roll we have always followed a stringent cleaning policy of disinfecting the equipment twice a day. Effective tomorrow, we will be disinfecting our equipment thoroughly before every class and party. We ask for your patience as we may adjust start times by a few minutes to accommodate our additional cleaning procedures.
Posted on Jan 19th 2020
Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or a working mom, “mom guilt” is an experience you’ve likely gone through at least once. As mothers, we often feel overwhelming pressure to live up to the expectation of perfection, and if we don’t reach that fictitious goal (which, let’s be honest, we never will, and that’s ok!) we fall into a pit of regret, doubt, anxiety, and shame. Ironically, this pressure is likely a sign that you’re already doing a fantastic job in motherhood. If you weren’t, would you let the worry of constantly screwing up eat at you the way it does now? Mom guilt hangs over many mothers, and it’s no surprise with the precious responsibility we bear to raise tiny human beings into responsible adults, but you can’t let it haunt your every thought. It’s ok to admit that you can’t do everything! Here are some reasons to remind you to ditch the mom guilt when it gets to be too much, brought to you by your friends at Romp n’ Roll!
Posted on Dec 20th 2019
Pricy, flashy gifts have become the go-to for Christmastime, and parents frequently shell out a lot of money for these presents (according to this 2017 study by RetailMeNot, U.S. parents spend an average of $330 per child for Christmas), but is this method of Christmas the most meaningful for you children? Perhaps it’s time to re-evaluate the gifts your child receives at Christmas. Instead of the newest toy that will be forgotten a few months down the line, consider giving your child the gift of experiences this holiday season, brought to you by your friends at Romp n Roll.