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Mini Flashlights from Methodist Health System

Halloween Safety: A Family Night Without the Fright from Methodist Health System

This post has been sponsored by Methodist Health System. Dallas Moms Blog proudly supports our sponsor. October 31st is fun for every age, costume or not. Since many little feet will be crossing the street in search of sweets, here are some good reminders of what to watch out for (besides monsters, of course). Cruising […]

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Honoring Our Children’s Memory: Forever Loved Memory Wall

When a child loses his parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their child, there isn’t a word to describe them. This month recognizes the loss so many parents experience across the United States and around the world. ~Ronald […]

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DIY Fall Family Fun Jar {Plus a Free Printable!}

Fall is absolutely my favorite time of the year and it’s finally here! Whether you’re indulging in fried food at the State Fair, sliding and swinging through one of the city’s amazing parks, or strolling through the pumpkins at the Dallas Arboretum, Dallas is full of activities and events to make the fall season memorable for your family. […]

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7 Lessons I Took from management to motherhood

Seven Lessons I Carried From Management to Motherhood

I stared at those words printed beside my answer tally. “Manager. 100%.” The results didn’t surprise me. By age four I was bossing around (er. . . rather, managing) everyone willing to comply. My management skills developed through school and a piece of paper with the words Master of Arts and Management in the same […]

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Dallas Adventures: Zip Line in the Great Trinity Forest

I’m a sucker for adventure and extreme sports, so when I heard there was an aerial obstacle course with zip lines in south Dallas, I had to check it out.  Since the minimum age for participation is 6 years (my kiddos are 4 and 1), I grabbed my 12-year-old nephew in the name of “blog research”. […]

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