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Surviving the Kitchen Remodel with Kids

Maybe you’ve saved up enough to finally get that kitchen of your dreams. Maybe you’re renovating in order to sell and get the most out of your investment. Or maybe you’re just wondering how to make life with kids a little more challenging. Whatever the reason, you’re remodeling your kitchen. Good gravy, Mama it’s gonna […]

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Your Summer to Shine: The Westwood School Summer Camp

**This post has been sponsored by The Westwood School.  All opinions are 100% our own!** This spring is a great time to think ahead to summer and make camp plans for your kids. You want your kids to have tons of fun over the summer, but of course, you also want their growing minds to […]

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Signs of {Second} Child Syndrome

It seems to be a universal phenomenon. Every single two-child family I know (or have randomly surveyed in waiting rooms or on playgrounds) says the same thing. The second child is coo-coo for coco puffs. Loony toons. A soup sandwich. Cray. Z.  When the first child calmly gathers his clothes and methodically dresses himself after […]

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Caring and Giving :: Developing Character in Preschoolers

  **This post has been sponsored by Primrose Schools for City Moms Blog Network. All opinions are 100% our own!** All parents want their children to develop character traits that will enable them to live, work, and play in society in a healthy, productive, and positive way. Traits like empathy, integrity, honesty, kindness, and generosity […]

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A Charlie Brown Christmas at Dallas Children’s Theater

We took our two boys to their very first ever theater performance to see A Charlie Brown Christmas at the Dallas Children’s Theater. What a treat for the entire family! This production struck all the right chords with adults and children in equal measure. The only complaint I could possibly make after being in the […]

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Help with Health Insurance

Ah, November. The weather is chilly, the football is weekly, the leaves are pretty. But November isn’t just the month of light sweaters and the kick off to the season of festive gatherings. November is also the month when Open Enrollment for Health Insurance begins. And nothing says “good times” like scouring through pages of […]

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