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Water Safety Rules My Family Follows {Splash Into Summer Series}

Summer is almost here and we’re ready to start dusting off our sprinklers and blowing up some floaties! As the weather starts to warm up and we get closer to slipping on our swimsuits, Dallas Moms Blog and Emler Swim School bring you a new post each week focusing on water fun & safety. Join us as […]

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ABC's of Pregnancy - Dallas Moms Blog

The ABC’s of Pregnancy

This is the type of post you come up with when your four year old is learning to identify his letters, your almost two year old’s favorite song is “The ABC’s”, and you’ve been pregnant 113 of the last 260 weeks… 🙂   A is for Acid reflux. Which yes, in my daughter’s case did […]

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Appreciate a Husband who Travels - Dallas Moms Blog

Appreciating A Husband Who Travels

The last time my husband went on a five-day work trip, the kids won their version of Lord of the Flies by day three.  While the little one destroyed my eyesight by breaking my glasses and covering the remaining monocle with a thick layer of baby smudge prints, the bigger one broke me down emotionally […]

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New Moms Stuff Doesn't Matter - Dallas Moms Blog

The New Mom Stuff That Just Didn’t Matter

New moms (especially first-time moms) in the age of social media and information overload are inundated with pressure to get this birth/postpartum thing right.  Not sure about your birth plan? Just read 345 blog posts detailing random strangers’ birth stories and you will figure it out.  Car seat choice?  Prepare to do more research and comparison charts […]

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No Shame in the Yoga Pants Game

As I corralled my children through the crowded halls of our school’s open house last week, I noticed a difference between me and many of the parents I squeezed past: They were dressed up a bit. I did a quick inventory of heels and earrings in the hallway. Dang. I looked down to confirm that […]

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Our first night at Disney and when we realized this was a BAD idea.

How I Help My Daughter When She is Feeling Shy

My daughter has always been shy.  Not the hide behind your legs, head up your butt shy, but the kind of shy where I could feel her physical pain at expectation of her to answer stranger’s questions like “What is your name?” or “How old are you?”  While it has gotten immensely better over the […]

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