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This Week’s Buzz: September 29th – October 5th

The Game of Life

Get kids to busstop on time, move ahead 1 space. Race home and drive like a bat out of h-e-double hockey sticks to get to the next neighborhood stop right on time, and deliver forgotten lunch box. Move ahead 3 spaces. Schedule flu shots, ahead 2 spaces per kid. Get to work almost on-time, stay the same. Miss two deadlines but artfully craft smart reason to put that project on back-burner, move ahead 1 space. Catch typo on company website, move ahead 1; point it out to the wrong person and get snarky looks, move back 2. Clean out inbox, resist rolling eyes at meetings, clean off desk for the weekend so you can start fresh next week, ahead 3 spaces. Forget to change your out of office message, back 2 spaces. Dinner consisted of chicken fingers and no vegetables in the car on the way to practice, move back 3 spaces. Baths and bedtime down to a science including time for reading aloud, move ahead 2 spaces. Discover mildewed laundry in the washing machine; move back 4 spaces. Get caught up on pinterest and beat yourself up over being unorganized and uncrafty, back another 3 spaces. Remind yourself that you are doing just fine, ahead 1. Stay up late making sure clothes get into the dryer this time, move back another 2 spaces. Get a half-decent night’s sleep, stay the same.

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Buzz This Week
Monday, September 29th

  • Visit Stratosphere on the Riverfront 
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Tuesday, September 30th

  • 11am Toddler Tales at Woodlawn Library
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Wednesday, October 1st

  • 10am & 1pm Wee Have Fun Club at Bellevue State Park
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  • Target First Wednesdays at Please Touch Museum
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Thursday, October 2nd

  • Mommy & Me Workshop at Darlington Arts Center
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Friday, October 3rd

 

Saturday, October 4th

  • 10am-4pm Truck and Tractor Day at Winterthur 
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  • Unionville Community Fair 
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  • Delaware Auto Show at Chase Center 
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  • IHM Children’s Consignment Sale 
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  • Harvest Moon Festival at Coverdale Farms
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Sunday, October 5th

  • Unionville Community Fair
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  • Delaware Auto Show at Chase Center
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  • 10am-Noon Nature’s Music at Brandywine River Museum
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  • October Steamin’ Day at Auburn Heights 
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Save the Date
  • Monday, October 6th 6:30pm Dr. Lani Nelson-Zlupko presents – Red Light, Yellow Light, Green Light: How to Help Children Handle Relationships at Ursuline Academy. Open to the public
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  • October 9th 9:30am-11am or 12pm-1:30pm Preschool Playtime at Independence School – for ages 2-4 Call or email to register Cbergner@tisde.orgor 302-239-0332
  • October 11th Oliver opens at Delaware Children’s Theatre
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Too Many Cavities!!!

My admiration for my husband includes his teeth. He has never had a cavity, not one!! His dental regimen is conscientious but not obsessive.  He just lucked out in the genetic lottery. However, American children (including my own) are still getting cavities.  According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC): "Although dental caries has declined significantly among school-aged children since the early 1970s, dental caries has remained the most prevalent chronic disease of childhood." So, what can we do to prevent cavities and improve our family's dental health no matter what our genetic tendencies? 1. Set a good routine: •Take your child to a dentist by age one.  Sounds a bit early I know but it is a good way to … [Read More...]

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This Week’s Buzz: September 15th – September 21st

Love it / Loathe itBased on the Halloween costumes hanging at BJs and the Halloween candy at every other freaking store (making it impossible to run an errand with the kids until November), it would appear that fall has arrived. The geese are on the … [Read More...]