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Dining Out With Kids Dallas Moms Blog

Dining Out With Kids CAN Be Enjoyable

My husband and I love to go out to eat. We love trying new places and we love frequenting our standby favorites. Our carefree restaurant days continued until our oldest daughter reached about 2 years old. For about a year, we entered into a Not Welcome In Public stage. You know what I’m talking about. We’d heard […]

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The Secret to Amazing Skin :: MicroPen Elite

We have partnered with EpiCentre of Plano to bring you this post as a thank you for participating in our Real Housewives of Dallas event. All opinions are 100% our own.  I’ve been paying closer attention to my skin lately. I’m my own worst critic (aren’t we all) and I’m noticing some fine lines settling in […]

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Why we don't want presents

No Presents Please!

I have been seeing a new trend in birthday party invitations lately where parents are requesting that guests not bring gifts or are doing some sort of donation drive in lieu of presents for the party. I am whole-heartedly on board with this and want to take a moment to explain why, at least for […]

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May 2016 Dallas Moms Guide (1)

Dallas Moms In the Know :: Your Guide to Family-Friendly Activities in May

Summer is quickly approaching and the weather is getting warmer. Here’s your chance to take advantage of some great family activities before our first 100 degree day. From Renaissance fair to art festivals and storytimes in the park, there’s something for everyone almost any day of the week.  The Guide below is just a glimpse […]

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The Sweetest Gifts for a New Mom

I recently joined the Mom’s Club just four short months ago so the whole birth experience is somewhat fresh on my sleep deprived mommy mind. It’s hard to believe even that much time has passed since my little guy made his grand appearance and my life changed forever. I’ve since realized that time is a […]

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Going Green: Earth Day Tips for Your Next Grocery Trip

This post has been sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market in honor of Earth Day on April 22nd. All opinions are 100% our own!    Since 1970, Earth Day (April 22) has inspired generations to work towards preserving our planet. And while making an entire household “green” can feel overwhelming, you can take baby steps simply with your […]

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The Myth of “Stranger Danger”

In honor of National Child Abuse Awareness Month, we’ve partnered to with Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center to bring you this important guest post on ways to catch and prevent child abuse. We teach our children about “stranger danger” when they are quite young, telling them not to talk to, leave with, or take gifts from […]

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This Is Not My Stage

This Is Not My Stage: a Lesson in Patience

I took several child development classes in college and learned about the theories of men like Piaget, Freud, and Erikson.  They all classified development into stages with differing perspectives on what changed from one stage to the next. Recently it occurred to me to refresh my memory with what those stages are about, and see if […]

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