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Why I Quit Shopping at Carter’s: Ten Places to Score Unique Kids’ Clothing Online

Let’s just go ahead and get this out there; one of the major perks of procreating is getting to play dress-up with your baby. It’s just like your childhood Barbie experiences with a few diaper blowouts and an incessant stream of spit-up thrown in; just as fun but significantly messier. When I found out that […]

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Skipping the Fads: In Defense of Personalized Parenting

Every time I see a new parenting phenomenon I’m a wee bit skeptical. Headlines tell you to push your children and be a “Tiger Mom,” or to let your children raise themselves in extreme “Free Range Parenting.” There are “Unschoolers” who homeschool by letting their children fully educate themselves, while other parents believe every aspect of their child’s day should be […]

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Getting to Know Kidville This Fall

This post has been sponsored by Kidville Dallas to bring you some new ideas for Fall classes! All opinions are 100% our own! Over the last few years, we’ve shared with you our personal experiences with Kidville, but now it’s your turn to get your child involved! Whether you’re wanting a “Mommy & Me” type […]

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Kid’s Consignment on Instagram: Tips, Tricks and Why I’m Obsessed

As future mommies, there’s a lot we look forward to when we daydream about what life with children will be like. The little hugs and kisses, watching them discover new things, and, of course, the clothes. Closets and drawers of tiny, chic, stylish baby outfits for every occasion. Your baby will grow you and no […]

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Day Trip Idea: Glen Rose, TX

As a kid, I went to a summer camp in Glen Rose and therefore, the town has always had a special place in my heart.  Now that I’m “all grown up”, I’ve grown to further appreciate the small town’s offerings for the whole family. If you have a dinosaur or animal-lover in the house, you are probably already […]

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5 Easy Steps to Resolving Conflict Between Kids

Conflict is normal. It is going to happen regardless of your age, ability to communicate well, or peer group. It’s to be expected. So why do we try and avoid it with our kids (and each other!) at all costs, instead of teaching them how to work through it? Becoming intentional with the way I parent […]

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Back to Preschool :: What Should Make Your Target Shopping List (And What Shouldn’t)

This post was sponsored by GOJO Industries, the makers of PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. It’s time to start thinking back to school, and while many parents might be feeling the stress of finding the right Crayola Crayons, three-prong folders, and pencil sharpeners, preschool parents will […]

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#HowWeFamily :: Building Relationships in Small Spaces {Brought To You By TYLENOL®}

I have received information and materials from Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc, the makers of TYLENOL® in order to provide this sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own. Almost 4 years ago in a 1 bedroom, 1 bath loft in Downtown Dallas, we started a family tradition that has lasted — from the 1 bedroom […]

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A Case Against Childproofing.

American mother Debra Ollivier gave birth to her first child in Paris. When her baby reached the age of mobility, she shares, “I baby-proofed our apartment with rubber edge liners, covers on electrical sockets, latches on windows, locks on drawers and toilet seat guards… my French neighbor Genevieve took one look at our place and […]

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Day Trip Idea: Roanoke, TX

Since I was a teenager, Roanoke has always been somewhat of a carefree weekend evening destination for my family thanks to the original Babe’s Chicken Dinner House.  There was nothing better than packing up the family car and driving across the metroplex for a gluttonous family-style dinner of fried chicken or chicken fried steak, mashed […]

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