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How to Get Up the Guts to Travel Internationally with Kids

Part Two of this article is forthcoming, when we get home from our first as-a-family international trip, and I’ll let you know then which of my two working titles I went with for Part Two. My options at the moment are: How to Successfully Travel Internationally With Your Kids or Why I am a Fool and you […]

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The Best Kid’s Apps for Road Trips – Top 10 Kid-Friendly Apps

In Dallas, Spring Break is the perfect chance to get out of dodge! From a weekend trip to Waco or Austin to a longer trip to San Antonio or Houston, Dallasites know how to travel. When you have kids, everything gets a little more complicated. What used to be a quick trip to Magnolia Market for a […]

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Dallas Moms in the Know - February 2017

Moms in the Know :: Your Monthly Guide to Dallas in February

And just like that, it’s February! February is known to be a bit seasonally in-between here in Dallas; the branches are bare but temps are in the 70s on the regular. With that in mind, we’ve got some outside ideas on the menu, but still plenty of inside fun in case it’s chilly. Valentine’s candy, […]

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My Favorite Dallas Area Malls – Rated by Me

Mom Confession — I’m that extra kind of crazy person who LOVES going to the mall with my kids for some indoor play.  Yup, even during the holiday madness!  I love walking around with my kiddos, eating at the mall food court, hopping from LEGO store to Disney store to Starbucks.  Zoning out on my […]

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A Texas Tradition: Pitstops on I-35

Ahh, yes.  One of the true Texas arteries: a road trip south-bound on Interstate-35.  Texas country singer Pat Green even wrote a song about it. Whether you are traveling to Waco or Fort Hood or College Station or Austin or San Antonio (and beyond!), the good feels of I-35 will likely get you from point […]

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Score! Here’s Why i9 Sports and Kids Are a Winning Combo

This post was sponsored by i9 Sports. All opinions are the writer’s own. My husband has played soccer for 35 years. It’s his passion! As a father and a coach, he is thrilled to pass his love and expertise of the game on to our two kids. Even though our life gets a little (okay, a lot) […]

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Dallas Moms in the Know - January

Moms In the Know :: Your Monthly Guide To Dallas in January

2016 is in the books. Whew! Onward and upward in 2017, yes? As soon as January hits, we are so ready to crawl out from the holiday haze and embrace that fresh clean new year. Ahhh. The first page in a new notebook. How will you begin? Here are some ideas for getting out there, […]

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All I Want For Christmas is a Springfree Trampoline! {A Special Holiday Offer!}

This post has been sponsored by Springfree Trampoline. All opinions are 100% our own! This time last year, my family was introduced to “The World’s Safest Trampoline” Springfree Trampoline at their store holiday party. My husband instantly was on board! I, however, was the stereotypical mom who was coming up with every excuse as to […]

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New & Cool: A Look Inside The Playdate Co.

Heads up, Moms! Dallas has a brand-new indoor playspace. Yup, breathe a collective sigh of happy relief, and then go check out The Playdate Co. You can keep kids busy and engaged for more than 20 minutes, meet friends for a chat and coffee, beat the heat or escape the cold. Read on for a peek […]

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Santa Clause is Comin’ To Town! : A Breakfast with Santa Event Recap

This post features sponsors for Dallas Moms Blog’s Breakfast with Santa Event. All opinions are our own.  When you think about the Christmas season a few things immediately come to mind. Spending time with family and friends, exchanging gifts, and of course the big man in red, Santa Claus. We hosted our 2nd annual Breakfast […]

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