Leaders and lovers of Richardson would no doubt like to forget that Mike Judge modeled King of the Hill after their city. Richardson isn’t selling crass pop culture or propane. It’s selling high tech, high education, and a high acceptance for cultural diversity.
A lesson I have always imagined instilling in my children is appreciation for the outdoors – playing, exploring, creating. But I don’t want my lessons on loving nature to stop at recreation, I also want to teach my kids that their environment is what they make of it and to be good stewards of […]
No matter the season, it’s essential to have indoor play options in Dallas. You know how it gets – too cold, too wet, too hot, or way too flippin’ hot. Sometimes climate control is your only hope. We’ve done a couple indoor play roundups in the past, but it’s time for an update that includes […]
I vividly remember the first evening we arrived in Texas. I sat across from my husband at Village Burger Bar, exhausted from the 13 hour, halfway-across-the country trek. I really had no idea where I was, as I had never actually stepped foot in this town before. And all I wanted to do was burst […]
Dallas Moms Blog partnered with Alamo Drafthouse to provide our readers with an exclusive event. All opinions are 100% our own! We all know this time of year. You’ve barely wrangled your sugar-laden children out of their Halloween costumes, and there it is—the holiday season staring you in the face. As moms, this time of […]
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 […]