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post #61 of 131
My friend's daughter is going here with girl scouts: http://www.marmonvalley.com./NewWebS...p/CampInfo.htm
post #62 of 131
Check w/ the metroparks. I know Old National Trail at the Englewood reserve used to do it. I think they had it at Carriage Hill too. It was just a week-long day camp.
post #63 of 131
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My friend's daughter is going here with girl scouts: http://www.marmonvalley.com./NewWebS...p/CampInfo.htm
My sister went here when she was younger. She really enjoyed it. We grew up on a horse farm, so it was a little strange that she wanted to go to horse camp, but she loved it.

There is also, Stoneybrook farms, Fox Run, Stowe Arabians, there is another Arab place in Springfeild, I can never remember the name of it. The don't do daycamps, not that I know of, but they do have lessons.

Depending on how old your DS is, the BEST lessons that I have ever had, were from college aged persons who either board or lease from a stable. Whoever has extra time and a horse that is good around kids.

ETA: I forgot to add, Marmon Valley is really (really really) religious. Just FYI.
post #64 of 131
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Check w/ the metroparks. I know Old National Trail at the Englewood reserve used to do it. I think they had it at Carriage Hill too. It was just a week-long day camp.
They have to be 8 years old and DS1 just turned 7.
post #65 of 131
I forgot about that! Well, I'm no help!
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post #67 of 131
I'm more toward Cincinnati, but I got one of my current horses from the Conference School of Horsemanship (937-848-7075, 4117 Conference Road, Bellbrook). They were very clean and I liked how they were run. Might see if they do camps. I can't remember the name of the woman who owns it, but she may be able to steer you to a good place.

Regardless of where you go, make sure they require the kids to wear boots and helmets (when riding) and ideally long pants too. Stay way clear of any place that doesn't require helmets! Quality places also keep the stalls pretty clean and horses in good weight.
post #68 of 131
I will have to check those out in a few days...I am sort of otherwise occupied after this morning for a few days...
post #69 of 131

Breasrfeeding celebration in dayton

La Leche League of the Dayton Area is once again hosting a Breastfeeding Celebration on June 4 at 5:00pm at Delco Park in Kettering. We will meet at the Picnic Shelter at the far end of the park. Please bring a dish to share and your family/friends! Kettering Police and Fire Dept's will be making some visits during the event, too! Most importantly we will have lots of great items for raffle and silent auction to raise money for local LLL groups. Some items include:

Pamela's Products
1 Year Organic Dairy products from Organic Valley
mommy and baby doll slings
Ergo Baby Carrier
Hyland's Gift basket
Glamourmom Nursing Tanks
Bravado gift cert
Pilates Pluc Training Package
GladRags
LunaPads
Cascadian Farms products
Mothering Subscription
BellaMaternity gift cert
Bummi's Starter Kit
Motherlove herbal package
Boba 1G Carrier
Padoodles baby shoes
SpaBaby baby tub
Custom Yoga Skirt
Doula Package
Lamaze Classes
Belly Casting

Come out for some fun with the family and win some great stuff while you're at it!!
post #70 of 131
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I will have to check those out in a few days...I am sort of otherwise occupied after this morning for a few days...
Baby time?

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Originally Posted by LLLHeather View Post
La Leche League of the Dayton Area is once again hosting a Breastfeeding Celebration on June 4 at 5:00pm at Delco Park in Kettering. We will meet at the Picnic Shelter at the far end of the park. Please bring a dish to share and your family/friends! Kettering Police and Fire Dept's will be making some visits during the event, too! Most importantly we will have lots of great items for raffle and silent auction to raise money for local LLL groups. Some items include:

Pamela's Products
1 Year Organic Dairy products from Organic Valley
mommy and baby doll slings
Ergo Baby Carrier
Hyland's Gift basket
Glamourmom Nursing Tanks
Bravado gift cert
Pilates Pluc Training Package
GladRags
LunaPads
Cascadian Farms products
Mothering Subscription
BellaMaternity gift cert
Bummi's Starter Kit
Motherlove herbal package
Boba 1G Carrier
Padoodles baby shoes
SpaBaby baby tub
Custom Yoga Skirt
Doula Package
Lamaze Classes
Belly Casting

Come out for some fun with the family and win some great stuff while you're at it!!
I can't wait for this!! I still hear such good things about last year's celebration! It ends at night, right?
post #71 of 131
I will try my darndest to make it out the the LLL celebration! DH has to work, but I don't have a problem going alone. Maybe I can wrangle a friend into going with me!
post #72 of 131
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Baby time?


Yep...
post #73 of 131
I've been meaning to text you. How are things going? Is everything fine now?
post #74 of 131
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Originally Posted by LLLHeather View Post
La Leche League of the Dayton Area is once again hosting a Breastfeeding Celebration on June 4 at 5:00pm at Delco Park in Kettering. We will meet at the Picnic Shelter at the far end of the park. Please bring a dish to share and your family/friends! Kettering Police and Fire Dept's will be making some visits during the event, too! Most importantly we will have lots of great items for raffle and silent auction to raise money for local LLL groups. Some items include:

Pamela's Products
1 Year Organic Dairy products from Organic Valley
mommy and baby doll slings
Ergo Baby Carrier
Hyland's Gift basket
Glamourmom Nursing Tanks
Bravado gift cert
Pilates Pluc Training Package
GladRags
LunaPads
Cascadian Farms products
Mothering Subscription
BellaMaternity gift cert
Bummi's Starter Kit
Motherlove herbal package
Boba 1G Carrier
Padoodles baby shoes
SpaBaby baby tub
Custom Yoga Skirt
Doula Package
Lamaze Classes
Belly Casting

Come out for some fun with the family and win some great stuff while you're at it!!
For all you homeschooling families out there we can also add a gift cert for a homeschooling assessment for one family ($100 value), as well as a photography package.

Yes, it starts at 5:00 and will wrap up around 8:00!
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Edited by Monkey Keeper - 2/21/12 at 12:50pm
post #76 of 131
Dr April Dunnington - she's good for pregnant mamas. Not sure where her office is - she moved since I saw her.
post #77 of 131
Thread Starter 
She is in Centerville, 435-6565.
post #78 of 131
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Edited by Monkey Keeper - 2/21/12 at 12:51pm
post #79 of 131
Dr Annie Thompson might be an option, but she is north of town!
post #80 of 131
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I've been meaning to text you. How are things going? Is everything fine now?
Getting better. The WIC LC's were able a lot of help on getting him to latch without an hour of fighting it. Now we are just down to a few minutes of getting positioning and enough into his mouth before he is able to get a good latch.

I need to call ABC dental to have him evaluated for possible tongue tie.

But other than that...he is the easiest of the four kids. Wakes up, eats, poops/pees, and sleeps.
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