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 […]
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.
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 […]
Some of our favorite moms in real life are bringing the joy of the Holidays and Motherhood to the Big Screen! Dallas Moms Blog & Alamo Drafthouse – Richardson are partnering together to bring our audience a private Rowdy Screening of A Bad Moms Christmas! Starting at 6:30pm, we are taking over the lobby for a pre-event Happy Hour. Bring your […]
I lived through those newborn days where my baby was confused about night/day and I felt like I could never sleep, it actually felt like it would never end. Then I lived through the terrible twos when they started at the age of one, not at two like the parenting book said! I also lived through […]
Before meeting my husband, if you would have asked me the difference between DC and Marvel or who voiced Bumblebee in Transformers: The Movie, you would have been met with a blank stare and a snarky comment. Being married to a nerd (sorry, hon!) and being a boy mom has taught me a few things. […]
While it might not fit the universal definition of a tiny house (under 500 sf, according to a google search), my house is small by Dallas’ standards. Especially when you take into account our living things to square foot ratio: 6 people and two dogs with less than 200sf each. We have looked at bigger homes for […]
This post is sponsored by Parish Episcopal School’s EXTEND Summer Camps. All opinions are 100% our own! When it comes to planning summer activities for my kids, I have these recurring daydreams where everyone sleeps in and we leisurely enjoy peaceful afternoons at the pool. No one fights. It’s glorious. These daydreams last for about […]