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Friday, November 2, 2012
You know it’s going to be a great weekend when you get an extra hour of sleep, and you don’t even have to plan for it!
When you go to bed this Saturday night, be sure to set your clocks back an hour because Sunday, November 4, marks the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST). It actually ends at 2am, but we’re pretty sure you’re not going to get up at that time and change your clocks.
So, here’s to a well-rested weekend and a couple of fun events! Enjoy!
First Annual Pumpkin Smashing Festival- Saturday, November 3, 1pm at Deere Farms in Lanesville, IN; bring your pumpkins to drop from a fifty foot high platform!
Thursday, November 1, 2012
If your family is anything like our families, we know your kids probably received an obnoxious amount of candy last night. So, to keep the cavities at bay, here are some helpful tips from Dr. Korie of Derby City Pediatric Dentistry:
Best Candy: Sugar-free is the best choice, like lollipops or chewing gum. Besides sugar-free, dark chocolate is a good choice because of the added benefits it can have on your body.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
On the 5th Giveaway of Christmas, Today’s Family gave to me…
-a family 4-pack of tickets to The National Circus of the People’s Republic of China!
Coming to the The Kentucky Center's Brown Theatre on Broadway as part of the Yum! Family Series Program on November 25 is The National Circus of the People’s Republic of China performing Cirque Chinois. Your family will be in awe as they watch the troupe perform unique acts of juggling, contortion, and more!
Tickets start at just $15 and can be purchased here online or by calling the box office at 1.800.775.7777.
Three lucky winners will each receive a family 4-pack of tickets! Enter below for your chance to win. Giveaway ends at midnight on 11/6/12.
Update: Our winners are Kristia Miller, Lela Burch, and Susan Baker.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
I’ve never been a big fan of motivational charts and rewards for two reasons. First, I’m too lazy and scatterbrained to keep up with them. After a day or two, I forget to put the stickers on the chart. Secondly, I’ve never liked the idea of rewarding kids for things that they’ll eventually decide to do on their own, like...
Monday, October 29, 2012
Remember film rolls and negatives? Remember taking pictures and having them developed into prints, even misfires you didn’t expect, just because they were on the roll, too? The digital age has freed us from all that mess, and provided more manageable ways to save family memories on computer and disk, going forward. Looking back, though, I realize...