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<p>There's a few mcd's playgrounds around that, when it's raining, are the only place you can take an energetic toddler to play. <strong><em>We</em></strong> eat way more happy meals than we'd like.</p>
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<p>We're also pretty sure that my dad has been feeding our 13 mo McD's fries and nuggets and such even after we've repeatedly told him not to- given the temper tantrum kiddo threw yesterday because he wanted the fries. <img alt="banghead.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/banghead.gif"></p>
 

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<p>When my dd was little I'd occasionally take her to play at McDonald's playgrounds, but only after eating a substantial meal so she'd be full. If she wanted one of the toys, I'd buy the meal, throw it away and give her the toy. When she was really curious I'd let her have a Happy Meal, but now that she's older she won't go near one with a ten foot pole because the food is so lousy. </p>
 

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If she wanted one of the toys, I'd buy the meal, throw it away and give her the toy.</div>
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You can just buy the toy. I didn't know that until a friend told me recently. Sometimes we drive through and just get a cookie and a toy or something.
 
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