Dallas Moms Blog is excited to announce our 4th Annual Bloom: A New & Expectant Moms Night Out event on May 3, 2018!
Join us for an evening celebrating MOMS! Whether you’re expecting, expecting again, adopting, or had a baby within the last year this event is for you! Dallas is one of 50 cities across the countries hosting Bloom during April and May and we’re excited to bring together local resources and businesses to support moms in the early stages of motherhood and give moms a place to connect!
We look forward to seeing you soon and also encourage you to join the Facebook Event for additional fun updates! Reserve your ticket below on April 10, 2018!
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