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2018 Summer Camp Guide for the Dallas Metroplex

The following guide contains links to sponsored businesses. All opinions are our own.  Dallas Moms Blog is thrilled to launch of our 4th annual in-depth guide to local summer camps for children of all ages for the Dallas metroplex.  Below you will find details on FEATURED summer camps happening around DFW. These are businesses Dallas Moms [...]
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Melted Heart Crayons :: A DIY Valentine’s Day Craft Idea for the Classroom

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Can you believe it?  Have you thought about the classroom treats your child will hand out this Valentine’s Day yet? How much time do you have for DIY classroom treats? That’s always my question! I have always tried my best to help my kids prepare little treats for […]

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To Do :: First Orthodontic Exam No Later Than {Age 7}

All of my kids started their orthodontic treatment in early elementary school.  Two of the three were already in braces by first grade, and all three had already had their phase one of treatment started, primarily the palatal expander, done before they hit double digits.  I didn’t know at the time that the American Association […]

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North Dallas Scores a Full Adventure Park with the Opening of Urban Air

How is it already December? Gone are the simple days of school shopping or staying up late to finish a last-minute Halloween costume.  Moms, it’s crunch time. Winter is coming, the time where moms are called upon to do their best, most challenging work of the year. Where they must draw upon every trick and […]

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Dual-Language Immersion Schools in Dallas :: WHY Choose a Second Language?

According to the National Association for Bilingual Education, Texas leads the nation in the number of schools — about 700 — using dual-language immersion programs at the elementary level. Giving young children and school-aged students the opportunity to study in a dual language or complete language immersion program is not a tough decision in today’s […]

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DMB’s Holiday Gift Ideas 2017 :: For Kids of All Ages

Disclosure :: This is a sponsored guide brought to you by Give10Back.com, Hanna Andersson, Cubbie Lee Toys, MyBabyGift, Aqua-Tots, Zipadee-Zip, Princess Awesome, Sweet as Sugar Boutique, Cheeni, Jim Montgomery Swim School, Micro Kickboard, Toydle, Soccer Shots, Strider Balance Bike, Kindermusik, and KiddieMath. Every last one of these recommendations has the Dallas Moms Blog “stamp of [...]
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The Working Mom’s Easy Advent Calendar

It’s the happiest season of aaallllllllll!! I love this time of year. Truly. Our house has had Christmas music playing since October thanks to my Christmas-obsessed husband.  Our tree went up the first week of November. When I say we love Christmas, you know we commit to the celebration!   The holiday season can quickly […]

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A Healthier Way To Land {Your} Teen’s First Job

This post has been guest written and sponsored by Cooper Fitness Center to provide our readers with some valuable information! For the past 11 summers I have had the pleasure of hiring teens and young adults for Cooper Fitness Center’s Fit & Fun Camps. As much as I enjoy running camps for kids 13 and […]

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YoungLives :: A Place at the Table for the Teen Mom

My friend Amanda Cunningham is the leader of the Mesquite and Garland YoungLives Club and she’s opened my eyes over the last couple of years to a group of moms we often overlook: teen moms. In the mom-group and mommy-blog world we are so careful to include the working moms, the stay-at-home moms, the single […]

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Family Fall Favorites Outside of the DFW Area

We stay pretty busy during the school year and over the summer.  But my most favorite season to make plans for is the fall!  When the air turns cooler and we can bust out our boots and scarves… I am in heaven and I want to do so much more outdoors with my kids!  We […]

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