Stay-at-home Moms and Dads Get a 3-hour Break While the Kids Engage in Play Dates with Grami and Become a Star in Their Own Videos

Local entrepreneur, Cathy Chapman, owner of Pics N Motion launches a new business – Play Dates with Grami – designed for the stay-at-home Mom and Dad to give them that much-needed break and a fun play date for their child.

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Parents need a break from their children now and then. There is nothing out there for parents like what we offer! While the parent gets a 3-Hour break, their child has a blast for 3 hours!

Frederick, MD (PRWEB) May 09, 2014

At Play Dates with Grami, children ages 3 and up have an opportunity to step outside their comfort zones and shed that shyness while engaging in a Video Studio with fun and silly props. Play Dates with Grami is a spin-off from Pics N Motion, which is a local entertainment business catering to the events industry. They provide video studios and flipbook party favors at weddings, proms, mitzvahs, conventions, corporate parties and more.

“What prompted me to start-up this business is my granddaughter, Angelina Rani, who is the light of my life,” noted Cathy, also known as Grami. She went on to say, “Rani is in my care much of the time while her parents are in college, and she has needed social interaction with other kids. Full-time daycare didn’t seem to be an option so I decided, 'Why not bring the playmates to her and have some fun with the Video Studio?' Since I am also a residential broker with my own firm, I have brought into the Play Date business my daughter-in-law, Sabrine, who has a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and is an Au Paire. So, she is in charge of Play Dates with Grami.”

Play Dates with Grami is home-based in the Spring Ridge community with a play area fully equipped with a Video Studio and a huge assortment of fun and silly props. The recordings are uploaded to a private YouTube page for Play Dates with Grami. “Parents need a break from their children now and then. There is nothing out there for parents like what we offer. While the parent gets a 3-hour break, their child has a blast for 3 hours.” Chapman added, “And if the parent wants to stay and engage in the Play Date with their child, they are welcome to do so!”


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