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  • Thursday, November 07, 2013 5:33 AM | Anonymous

    As part of these Baby’s First Christmas events, you and your little one are invited to visit your local Babies“R”Us store, where you can meet other parents in your community with babies of a similar age, participate in holiday festivities and more! Receive a “Baby’s First Christmas” sticker for your baby’s onesie, plus enjoy giveaways, prizes and a complimentary $10 Babies“R”Us Gift Card**!

    If you’re unable to attend the event dedicated to your baby’s birthday month, we welcome you to join us on another event date that works best for you and your family!

    Saturday, November 9: Babies born in January, February and March, and their parents

    Saturday, November 16: Babies born in April, May and June, and their parents

    Saturday, November 23: Babies born in July, August and September, and their parents

    Saturday, December 7: Babies born in October, November and December, and their parents

    Tell them F.U.N. sent you and look out for our cards there!

    **Quantities limited. Distributed to participants only. Limit one promotional gift card per household.

  • Friday, November 01, 2013 7:05 PM | Anonymous

    …Board that is! It’s the 1st of November and that means a fresh start for the F.U.N. Mothers’ Club. Many thanks to Anne and Ranjani, and the rest of the 2012-2013 Board for doing an amazing job!

    And now, we present the new F.U.N. Mothers’ Club Board for the 2013-2014 term…(drumroll, please…)

    President – Connie Hodgeman

    Vice President & Club Promotion – Gabriella Khorasanee

    Secretary – Insert your name here!

    Treasurer – Rupeet Malhotra

    Database & Newsletter Layout – Ranjani Raghavan

    Moderator & Volunteer Coordinator – Linda Tsang-Kong

    Resource Guide – Tannia Bretzke

    Website & Social Media- Irene Shen Stanley

    Social Media – Insert your name here!

    Newsletter Editor – Saraswathy Lakshmivaraham

    Advertising – Uma Menon

    Kids’ Outings & Playgroups – Jie Zhang

    Moms’ Night Out – Karen Ling & Karen Chan

    Family Events – Tejal Swar & Shilpa Vishwanathan

    Coffee Socials – Jonni Zukauskas

    May Pampering – Kitty Aquino-Esparrago

    Preschool Faire & Playgroups- Urmila Padmanabhan

    Relay for Life – Deannalani Realinia

    Maternity Closet – Lisa Isailovic

    IAP Coordinator – Selvia Widodo

    Community Outreach – Anne Hernandez

    Advisory Council – Elizabeth Crandall-Whittom, Lisi M and Laura Koski


  • Tuesday, October 29, 2013 4:36 AM | Anonymous

    By Saraswathy Lakshmivaraham

    Parents spend a lot of time reminding their children to say please and thank you. “What do you say?” is one of those refrains we never thought we’d hear ourselves say…and yet, we say it all the time.

    But what about the flip side? How often do we remind ourselves to express gratitude? Anyone lucky enough to have a much-adored preschooler running around the house has lots to be thankful for. Of course, said preschooler often tires a person out so much that it becomes difficult to remember exactly what it is we’re thankful for. But it’s worth remembering. After all, everyone says that gratitude and happiness are closely linked, and surely we want to model both.

    So how can we give ourselves a little gratitude reminder, now and then?

    Some suggest keeping a gratitude journal. That is, writing down two or three things every day for which you’re thankful. Some might find this forced, others might really benefit. Doesn’t hurt to give it a try….

    I like the idea of expanding on “thanks” and making a point of telling people, including our kids, very specifically what it is that they’ve done that we appreciate. It gives them added pleasure, and us too.

    Talking about beauty, comfort and other delights is a form of thankfulness. Sometimes speaking aloud an inner observation, such as, “I love the way the light comes through the windows in the afternoon,” is enough to remind us of how lucky we are to be in the world.

    When all else fails, look into your child’s eyes for a full, unwavering minute. Gratitude doesn’t begin to cover it but will have to do for now.  Hey, lucky stars out there: Thanks!


  • Sunday, October 27, 2013 3:37 AM | Anonymous

    A series of six, free nutrition classes will be held at Fremont Main Library beginning on Sunday, November 10 through December 15.  The classes will meet weekly from 1:30 to 3 p.m., in the Fukaya Room A.

    The classes topics are (with incentive provided in parenthesis):

    1. Get Moving!!  (Water Bottle)

    2.  Plan, Shop, $ave (Shopping List)

    3.  Vary Your Veggies…Focus on Fruits (Vegetable Brush)

    4. Make Half Your Grains Whole (Measuring Cup)

    5. Build Strong Bones (Exercise Band)

    6. Go Lean with Protein (Thermometer)

    7. Make a Change (Measuring Spoon)

    8..Celebrate! Eat Smart and Be Active (Recipe Book)

    The class is conducted by the University of California Cooperative Extension.  Registration starts on Sunday, November 3.  Register online on www.aclibrary.org.

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