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I hope your first day of school with
Fall is Here! your kiddos went Great! Summer is
over, but I must say this Mama had a
wonderful Summer and hated to see it go! This by far was one of my favorite
Summers! I am sharing a few picture with you from my trip to Bali with my
daughters. I can't tell you enough what a wonderful experience it was to go
to a place I've been wanting to go to since I saw the movie Eat, Pray, Love,
and to experience this with my daughters was something I will never forget. I
got to share a dream with them, and we experienced snorkeling, a monkey
forest, and some of the most beautiful oceans, mountains, sunsets and
sunrises I have ever seen. I got to see my youngest who turns 21 this year,
and who traveled to Southeast Asia for the entire summer with her boyfriend,
grow into a strong, confident, fearless woman right before my eyes. I got to
re-connect with my middle daughter in a whole different way watching her fly
for the first time out of the country, and grow more into her adulthood as well.
We learned to support each other, work together and face things without
fear. It was like we were just three girlfriends on a trip together. I didn't need
to mother them, I just sat back and enjoyed them. I cherish these photos.
Being a mama has so many wonderful benefits, whether you are a new
mama, have had a few kids already, are a mama like myself with adult
children, or maybe you’re a grandma... whatever age or stage you are in,
enjoy it, every minute of it. Yes, there are times when we just feel like we
need a break, or don't know how we will get through something, but when
your kids grow up and believe me it seems like they do at lightning speed,
you will one day look back and cherish those little moments you had. Let
them be little as long as you can... and enjoy it, and when they are all grown
up, no matter what path they choose, stand beside them, and let them know
you support them in whatever they want to do.
I have learned to mother less and support more as my kids get older, and I've
learned that its also ok to put yourself first too when needed. This trip made
me remember who I was as a young woman. I highly recommend planning a
trip either now or in the future with your older daughters, sons, kids to a
magical place where you can all connect all over again! I hope you enjoy
my pics and now lets get back to reality, back to school, and of course...
Bring on FALL FUN!
We have filled this issue with all the wonderful fall fest and happenings in the
area, and there are so many! Don't forget to check out our facebook page
for your chance to win Shadybrook Farm and The Market at Del Val Fall Fest
Passes. Enter your photos for a chance to be next year’s cover winner by
snapping a photo at either of the festivals and emailing it to us. Look out for
designated photo spots to take your Cover Photo submission. We also
included more local businesses for you to check out and remember to patron-
ize our locals, because without them we couldn't put this lil guide in your
hands! Have a Fun Filled Fall and enjoy all the great events and things to do
in this issue! We would also like to thank you, our fans and readers, and
local advertisers, for helping us celebrate 9 years of Mama's Lil Guide this
year. Without your support we would not have been able to put out our great
lil guide. We love our community and are so blessed to have been doing this
for 9 years!
Happy Fall Mamas!
Sharon Cowell mamaslilguide@gmail.com
Graphic Design
267-312-1825 MamasLilGuide.com The Uncorked Artist
Mama’s Healthy Corner salmon just to name a few. These foods have omeg
3 fats and they are anti-inflammatory and good for
Health tips, answers to questions & more! hormone balance, too!
5. Eat foods that support the liver such as root
vegetables, dark leafy greens, seaweed, asparagus,
berries, black pepper just to name a few.
6. Obtain adequate micronutrients through whole
foods like zinc, selenium, folate and Vitamin D.
What does that word mean to you?
As a Certified Integrative Nutrition 7. Pro-biotics and Pre-biotics promote beneficial gut
Health Coach, when I say the word bacteria. They help you have a balanced gut
“detox” I mean that we need to eliminate microbiome for overall health.
triggers or support our body’s natural waste
8. Getting high quality sleep. The best time to go to
removal process. Our body has a wonder-
bed is by 10:00pm so you can get a full 7-8 sleep.
ful system to remove toxins naturally
While you sleep, your brain actually does some
through our skin, kidneys, intestines,
waste removal as well! Which in turn enhances your
lungs, lymphatic system, and liver. Most
immune system, hormone balance, boosts metabo-
detox happens in the liver.
lism and more…
Today, our bodies are overloaded with toxins because of
9. Reduce stress. The body can’t adequately deal
eating too much processed foods, stress, lack of sleep
with chronic stress and digestion at the same time so
and sedentary lifestyles. Toxins are also in the water we
toxins gets pushed back into the body and stored as
drink and the air we breathe. When our bodies become
fat.
overloaded, our liver can’t perform its function to remove
all the toxins so they get sent back into the body. This 10. Sweating while exercising and even sitting in a
then causes inflammation in the body. It can be seen as sauna help flush toxins through the skin.
headaches, migraines, brain fog, allergies, joint pain, Are you looking for support and guidance on
skin issues, acid reflux, difficulty losing weight, hormone detoxing your body slowly and naturally? Contact
imbalance, gut issues, autoimmune issues, diabetes…the me to make changes to your diet, nutrition, exercise,
list goes on. sleep and stress. Together we will make changes to
Here are some tips to live a Detox Lifestyle to eliminate meet your health and lifestyle goals. You can reach
and limit toxin exposure to help your body rid of them me through my website www.jeanettguerrelli.com or
naturally. e-mail jeanetteguerrelli@gmail.com
1. Crowd out foods made with white flour as they have
additives and preservatives and all the good stuff has
been taken out.
2. Crowd out sugar. The bad bacteria in your gut feed
on sugar.
3. Eat fiber from whole foods. Fiber helps to speed up
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All of the staff members and guests who visit the Barn Nature Center have one very important thing in
common: A passion for wildlife! Most of us will go out of our way to catch and release spiders from our
homes or create little habitats in our yards to encourage wildlife to visit!
Knowing this, what we are about to tell you may seem a little strange. If you ever see a bug that looks like the
one in the picture…smoosh it. That is a spotted lanternfly, and they are a particularly nasty invasive species.
An invasive species is a living thing (typically an animal or plant) that is brought into a new habitat where it
does not belong. Sometimes people bring them by accident, like with the lanternflies, and sometimes it is on
purpose, like with feral cats. We have several animals at the Nature Center that are invasive species in
different places around the world, most notably red-eared slider turtles and a cane toad. No matter what the
species is, it almost always messes up the ecosystems and habitats that it invades.
Spotted lanternflies destroy trees and other plants,
and secrete a honeydew that grows mold, furthering
damage to plants. They are originally from Asia, and
our native plants are not equipped to deal with them.
In the fall they lay massive numbers of eggs, so it is
important to kill them or report them on the PA Depart-
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during one of the many haunted hayrides common spice mix. Dress to get dirty! scarecrow and sample this year's chili
in the woods behind Phoenix Sport Club, Ages: 3 and up & accompanied by an cook-off and pie-baking contest.
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Donations are greatly appreciated! 10/4 | 10:30am Lahaska Bookshop
Every Friday. Our popular children's story 2nd Annual Haunted Hayride
9/28 - 9/29 Annual time features music, books, crafts and 10/12 | 6:30-9:30pm
New Hope-Solebury High School more. No sign-ups necessary. The Green Lane Park
Sponsored by the Bucks recommended age group is 2-4 Enjoy a hayride through our spooktacular
County Playhouse. Browse the work of and creepy campground. Festive crafts
talented local artists during this juried Pumpkin Painting & and tasty snacks will also be offered at this
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wares, local honey, paintings, and a contest to see who can make the
Historic Fallsington Day Bavarian-style foods. 267-880-5037 scariest, the most original, and the best
10/12 | 10am-4:30pm overall scarecrow. Bring the clothes you
Visit the “Village that Time Forgot”. Journey Spiders! Kids Program want to use, something to make a head
back in time more than 300 years to 10/19 | 10am-12:30pm with, and a hat for your creation. We will
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colonial and Native American dance Philadelphia, PA 19114 required. Meet at the park office. All ages;
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about their world with Philadelphia's Quakertown
Boo at the Zoo Insectarium and see some varieties up Halloween Parade
10/12, 10/13, 10/19, close and personal. Then kids can get 10/20 | 12-2pm
10/20, 10/26 & 10/27 | creative by weaving their own web The parade will begin line up at noon and
10am-5pm 215-632-5530 will step off at 2pm. Juniper, parts of 11th,
Philadelphia Zoo, 3400 W Girard Ave. and Broad Streets will be closed. The rain
Celebrate the Halloween 42nd Annual Historic Bristol Day date is October 27th.
season with a day of 10/19
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American Girl Teatime - Rebecca Rubin (1914) vendors, entertainers, children's games, a other creatures of the night from AARK, and
10/13 | 1:30-2:30pm sailing regatta on the Delaware River, a get an update on local bat counts. There
Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center, car show and much more! will be a costume contest, activities, and
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Go on a Collect Leaves and make a
Fall scrapbook
Hike Check out your local
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Take a drive llow een
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and look at the outside and pla y H
Host a t
Fall Foliage H a v e a Movie
Nigh at all the local farms in our
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magazine.
or es I nc l uded Hay Rides &
Check out as many as
you can and have fun!

Halloween Snacks &


Grab some glow sticks
at the dollar store and 2

Games
big pumpkins with some
Hot dogs wrapped like mummy's using nice stems and have a
cresent roll dough. Cut dough into strips, pumpkin Ring Toss
wrap them up and bake. When finished
cooking use a lil mustard for the eyes.
Eye Ball Dig... Speghetti
Dip strawberries in plus candy eye balls...
white chocolate and Have the kids find the eyes
use mini choco in the gooey pasta
chips for eyes to
make Ghost...

Halloween ghost kabobs... Tic Tac Toe Use colored paper


Use skewers and put grapes, strawberries and and draw a tic tac toe board.. and
marshmallows. Use an edible marker to draw use plastic spiders in 2 colors as
eyes on ghost marshmallows. your game pieces

Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year?


Don't stress Mamas! You will be fine...
1 Print out your recipes and tape them to your cabinets Here are a few
2 Plan ahead and make list so you don't forget anything Holiday hacks
3 Use a thermos as a gravy warmer to free up space on your stove to help you out
4 Keep mashed potatoes warm in your slow cooker
5 Prepare dishes ahead of time by making your easier dishes the day before like cranberry sauce, apple pies, or
cutting up all your ingredients for your stuffing
6 Save time on baking—buy your desserts! (Altomontes, and The Lucky Cupcake Company, (both in this issue) can
help you out with all you need
7 Order a FRESH Turkey from Shadybrook or Altomontes. Fresh is always best and makes for a jucier turkey and
you won't have to take time to thaw (pre order)
8 Cook in pans you can also serve in and save yourself some dishes
9 Don't open the oven and baste every 30 mts.. Instead butter up the turkey under the skin with your herbs and
spices and use a thick layer and on top.. Let it cook and it will be crispy and delicious and your oven temp won't
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1. Keep halloween candy
away from pets,
Chocolate espe-
cially can be
toxic for them.

3. If your furbabies don't like the


doorbell or tend to run out the door,
2. Keep your pets inside on Halloween, its very
keep them safe on halloween
scary for them to see all those kids in costumes
night by keeping them in
and masks.
their crate or in a room so
they don't run away

4. Enjoy your Thanksgiving meal..


but remember most of the meal is
5. You can treat them with pumpkin
not good for your furbabies... be
and some white turkey meat and sweet
sure to keep bones away from where they
potatoes if you want to give them a
may get them, and keep the stuffing away, as onions
special thanksgiving treat.
are not good for them either!
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Aerial Adventure Park
open daily starting June 8th
Now you don’t need to drive for hours to the
Poconos or the shore for High Ropes Adventure!
Come challenge yourself to our Aerial Adventure
Park close by in Doylestown, Pennsylvania! Our
Aerial Adventure Park provides safe family fun for
ages 7+ and has 30 different challenging elements,
bridges and zip lines plus the heart pounding
Quickjump free fall from the top of the main tower!

Goat Yoga available weekends

Adventure Farm opening Mid May


A day of education on ways
to live vibrantly!

4th
Annual

Healing and Expressive Arts


Classes • Workshops • Experiences Email lyn@lynhicks.com
Join us in sharing the healing and expressive arts with our local community in an effort for details to participate
to educate and support them in Vibrant Living.
On our small farm setting, music, vendors, healing experiences, mini workshops, food FREE Admission!
culminating in a sound healing experience. Noon to 4:30 pm with Sound Healing at 5
so all participants can enjoy. We look forward to having you be there to educate or Holistic Vendors Table: $30
attend to get informed. For more information:
www.theroomatmeadowbrook.com
Meadowbrook
Animal Healing Saturday, September 28, 2019 • noon to 4:30pm
4089 Durham Rd., Ottsville, PA 5pm • Sound Healing Experience

Get your FREE! Roofing Report Card A $375.00 value (Limited time only!)

Your complete roofing report card will consist of the following:


Photographs of roof provided by walking roof line or aerial drone
when conditions safely permit. Included are attic photographs
(when easily accessible). The 10 point Roofing Report Card
implies no warranty or statements that leaks can not
occur at any time.
• Check seals on shingles.
• Check ridge capping.
• Check for Ice shield at eaves
• Check for proper ventilation
• Check chimney & crown pour
• Check all counter flashing
• Check sub flashings
A=Excellent condition with little or no visible flaws. Many years of serviceable life remaining.
• Check for edge metal
B=Good condition with a few minor repairable defects. Many years of serviceable life remaining.
• Check attic / plywood inspection
C= Fair condition with minor repairs needed immediately. Roof is at or past 50% of its life expectancy
• Check all pipe vents
D= Poor condition with multiple repairs needed immediately. Roof is approaching failure,
The sole intention of this service is to inform the property budget for complete replacement.
owner of any potential issues and the overall general F= Roof is in state of complete failure. Immediate replacement required.
condition of their roofing system to the best of our ability.

www.RyleeAnnRoofing.com | facebook.com/RyleeAnnRoofing4u | RARoofing.USA@gmail.com

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Reid’s Real Estate Review
Get to Know Your Local Real
Estate Expert Chad Reid!
Chad Reid is a Realtor with Long and
Foster®, Doylestown with several years
of experience in the real estate industry. Chad Reid
Realtor®
He started in real estate on the invest-
ment side, flipping houses for Cell: 267-888-6072
5 years in the City of Philadelphia. O ce: 215-348-0000
chad.reid@LNF.com
Sharing the knowledge he has gained
over the years and helping clients find www.chadreid.com
their dream home or a great real estate
investment property is the perfect recipe
Doylestown O ce
for someone who truly loves the industry.
511 Hyde Park, Doylestown, PA 18902

Chad has extensive knowledge of the


construction and permit process, having previously He strives for greatness and his great attention to detail
designed and built several houses from the ground up. will reward you with knowing that all the t’s are crossed
and i’s are dotted on any written contract.
He has a keen eye for what it costs to renovate a house
and how to utilize space effectively, which is invaluable for Chad’s philosophy is simple – only you know which house
clients searching for investment or fixer-upper properties. is the right one for you. Chad will work with you to find
the perfect fit by building a relationship founded on
Chad holds a degree in Marketing from Penn State knowledge and honesty.
University and has more than 15 years of professional
marketing and sales experience. You can be assured that He looks forward to assisting you with all of your real
you will have a seasoned negotiator on your side when it estate needs and any questions you have.
comes to selling your current home or buying a new home
with Chad on your side. He recently had a listing that sold He prides himself in always being available and boasts,
the same day it was listed for well over asking price! “My phone is always on for my clients!”

Chad’s goal is to educate his clients and be with them Chad enjoys spending time with his girlfriend Stephanie,
every step of the way - whether you are a first-time home his family, watching sports and hanging out with their two
buyer, investor or somewhere in between. He is committed dogs, Deuce, a 9-year-old sweetheart Rottweiler lap dog,
to providing you with a positive, satisfying experience that and Quincy, the cutest 4-year-old Golden Retriever with
you will want to share with your family and friends. off-the-charts energy.

Each issue, I will focus on unique discussion topics, such as mortgage rate information, home search help and ideas,
checklists for listing your home, home improvement tips, insight into the current real estate market and much more.

We will call this new segment Reid’s Real Estate Review.


Feel free to contact me to discuss any of these ideas or questions that you may have.

Currently, we are in a seller’s market with rates at historically low rates.


This means that more people are willing and able to buy a home and homes are selling at a higher rate than normal.

Therefore, home inventory is low, which means that there are less homes available than buyers,
creating a great opportunity to list your home.

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Admission $3 • first day only
All other days are free and children are always free

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