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Spring Break Safari Week at Texas Discovery Gardens

This post is sponsored by Texas Discovery Gardens in partnership with Dallas Moms Blog events. All opinions are 100% our own! Spring Break is coming up fast, and you might be starting to second-guess that decision to have the kids chill at home all week. Stir-craziness is real, y’all, and the only cure is getting […]

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It’s Time for Dallas Moms Blog’s 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt!

Spring has almost sprung which means it’s time for Dallas Moms Blog’s 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt!   TICKETS ARE OFFICIALLY SOLD OUT FOR THIS EVENT.  Be sure to stay connected to our Event Facebook Page for details! Please feel free to bring a picnic blanket and partake in all of the activities we have planned […]

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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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It’s the Year of the Rooster! Celebrate Chinese New Year with Crow Collection

DFW is a thriving metroplex, filled with cultural organizations from around the world. In our house, it is important to learn about other cultures, so my family attends fun events and festivals as often as possible. Chinese New Year is one of our favorites. We’ve attended the festival in downtown Dallas twice, and plan on going […]

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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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Run, Jump & Climb! The Best Places to Take Your Junior Ninja Warrior

Your kid loves to run, jump, and climb. She loves to hang upside down and she accepts any challenge that comes her way. Sounds like you’ve got a Junior Ninja Warrior at home! Following the fitness trend and popular TV show American Ninja Warrior, kid-friendly facilities are popping up all over DFW, and each one is filled with all the […]

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Why Urban Air Garland Needs to Be in Your Play Rotation

As any good Dallas mama knows, indoor play spaces are serious business. Whether we’re trying to escape the burning heat of summer or the unpredictability of winter, a good place with enough physical entertainment to wear out our little ones is like a Golden Ticket. Early this summer Urban Air opened another branch of its popular indoor […]

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Last Mother in the Woods (Or: Getting Your Kids Outside When You Kinda Hate It There)

I’m indoorsy. I like my animals domesticated, my lawns manicured, my flowers planted intentionally (or more honestly, arranged in vases) and my outdoors time to be spent sitting outside for hours on a patio. Grass makes me kinda itchy and I hate bugs. I faked the bug thing well for 5 years to my son […]

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Working from Home- Your Summer Survival Guide

Working from Home: Your Summer Survival Guide

Last fall I wrote about my daily struggles being a WFHM (Work-From-Home-Mom).  Multiply this times TEN in the summer when Mother’s Day Out ends and I have a 3 year old and 1 year old at home 24/7…. and still have a business to run.  YIPES!  I have complied a laundry list of places where there […]

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YEEHAW: A “Texas” Experience in the Metroplex

My husband is from France so we often get visitors or family members who come to Dallas fully expecting us to ride horses everywhere, live on huge ranches with white picket fences, and wear matching cowboy hats! (Their frame of reference for “Dallas” comes from the TV show if that explains anything!)  In an effort not […]

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