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October 2012 Blog Posts (4)

Getting Prepared for the BIG EVENT: Hurricane Sandy is on her way!

So what's everyone doing?

Going crazy, stocking up on supplies?  Or getting a few necessities should the power go out?  Trying not to freak?  Staying reasonable with the demands and needs of your family?

I hit BJ's and Target yesterday and today to get baby supplies (food, puffs, formula) and I'm prepping other stuff like moving some breast milk from the freezer to the fridge (I would be FURIOUS if it spoiled!)...got some water and food we don't have to…

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Added by Alix Hayes on October 27, 2012 at 9:41pm — No Comments

Technologically Impaired

No, I am not referring to my inability to use an IPhone or any sort of talk functions on any model of cellular device, although I am sure the average elementary school student is more adept than me. I am not talking about the facial horror i have a tough time hiding when I see my fifth grader is the only one in his class without said cell phone.

What I am talking about is us, the parents. We are obsessed with our phones and all that they can do. We text while walking the dog, talk on…

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Added by stacy buono on October 17, 2012 at 1:26pm — No Comments

Halloween Hot Spots

Gather your little ghouls and goblins for some scary (or not-so scary) fun! The Jersey Shore area is filled with fall festivities and Halloween haunts. Look no further than the Colts Neck/Marlboro area. The stretch along Route 34, affectionately referred to as "Pumpkin Alley" is filled with hayrides, pumpkin patches, and apple orchards.

If a haunted hayride will get your adrenaline flowing, then head to C. Casola Farms in Marlboro. Casola Farms has been putting the fear in Jersey…

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Added by Sheila Hill on October 12, 2012 at 11:26am — 1 Comment

5 Fun & Safe Ways to Keep Kids Active During the Fall

Fall is the perfect season to encourage your kids to spent time outside.  But sometimes as the weather starts to get cooler, I find that my kids want to cuddle under their blankets and play their DS's, instead of riding their bikes with their friends.  Here are five things you may want to do with your kids to keep them active this Fall:

 

1. Organize a Fall Scavenger Hunt - be sure to include all of the different color leaves, pinecones, and…

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Added by Chrissy Fleming on October 9, 2012 at 9:42am — No Comments

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