Playdates are fun for kids, but a nightmare for parents

Playdates are fun for the children, but it feels like there is frequently an excessive air of "politeness" whenever the parents get together, says the author. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Between my wife and me, I am the "fun parent" to our three-year-old daughter.

I'm the one who will heave a laughing JJ over my shoulders, pretending she's a heavy sack of potatoes to be tossed wildly onto the back of a truck (our king-sized bed).

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