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Fireworks for Animals

Pearachute: Make Memories; Make Moments

This post has been sponsored by Pearachute Kids. All opinions are 100% our own!  Let’s face it, there is nothing better than watching your child’s face light up as they climb up towers, pet new animals, or make a new painting for your fridge. Well, I guess it is a little better when you know […]

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Morning Routine

This Working Mom’s Guide to the (ridiculous) Morning Routine

  On a recent trip out of town, alone one the first night in the hotel suite, I had one overwhelming thought: I don’t have to worry about my usual ridiculous morning routine for 2 whole mornings! I cannot be alone in my feelings about this insane morning routine mess. Here are the 37 easy steps that make […]

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Summer Bucket List

The Working Mom’s Summer Bucket List

It happens every holiday, 100%, without fail. I tell myself, “This year, I’m going to let it go.”  It will be ok to let this holiday pass without putting up decorations. I’m not going to get my husband a gift for this Hallmark holiday. Or wish for a gift.  And yet. Two days before said holiday? […]

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FULL SMALL HOUSE

Tiny House: 15 Reasons to Live Small in Dallas

While it might not fit the universal definition of a tiny house (under 500 sf, according to a google search), my house is small by Dallas’ standards. Especially when you take into account our living things to square foot ratio: 6 people and two dogs with less than 200sf each.  We have looked at bigger homes for […]

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Fisher Farms - Dallas Moms Blog

Fisher Farm :: Freshness Delivered To Your Doorstep

Dallas Moms Blog has partnered with Fisher Farms to bring you this post. All opinions are 100% our own! There’s no surprise that the produce we find and see in our larger supermarkets can sometimes be meh.  The variety offered at my local supermarket isn’t always appealing, which can be disappointing for a mom like me.  I pride […]

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