The Providence Mom Guide to September 2019


September is here friends. The kids are back in school and the nights are getting cooler but   September in Rhode Island is still chock full of fun events and activities.

The Rhode Island Seafood Festival on September 7th and 8th is always a favorite of ours. Great food, great music, great views & we’ll be there with our Baby Care Station so stop by if you have a baby to feed or change (or if you don’t, but you just want to say ‘hi’). And don’t forget there’s a few more Food Truck Friday’s on the schedule. These go through the end of September so if you didn’t make it this summer be sure to head on down.

We’d like to Thank Weldon our Sponsor for September’s Guide. Weldon is a service for  parents of children 1-12 years old that are looking to receive guidance and advice on everyday parenting questions, promote their child’s healthy development and expand their parenting skills.After filling out a brief questionnaire, parents are paired with a Weldon Pro for personal parenting coaching. Weldon Pros are child development professionals – school psychologists, behaviorists, counselors, and educators. They are licensed in their field and hold either a Masters or Doctorate degree. Additionally, they have 10+ years of experience working with children and families.

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Please Note : While we make every effort to crosscheck current links and event details on our guides, we always encourage you to do the same before making final plans. If details are missing or incorrect, please let us know so that we can make every attempt to correct them.  And if you know of any other monthly events around town, include them in the comments to keep the list going as well!


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Tracy was born and raised in Southeastern Massachusetts and currently resides about 15 minutes outside of Providence with her husband and their three children, Max (2012), Ryder (2014), and Lily (2017). As a mother, she has dabbled in various parenting philosophies, and after attempting everything from free range to helicopter, she's landed squarely in the camp of "I'll do whatever it takes to make the noise stop." In all seriousness, Tracy believes that the key to happily surviving parenthood is grace. Whenever possible it should be given generously to our children, our spouses, and especially ourselves. Tracy has spent her career working with mothers and children in various capacities. She has a private therapy practice, is an Infant Massage Instructor, and works in Early Intervention. She has learned that one of things that children need most is well supported parents, and she believes that the candid sharing of stories and experiences is an important way of supporting parents. When she's not at work, Tracy spends her days trying to get outside, writing, and searching for her patience at the bottom of a (reheated) cup of coffee. She is an avid runner, and she loves to cook, obsessively organize, and drink wine.