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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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How to Have a Romantic Valentine's Day in Dallas 2018 (Edit 2)

How to Have a Romantic Valentine’s Day in Dallas :: 2018 Edition

We’ve got another mid-week Valentine’s Day this year, folks. Despite Wednesdays being quite unromantic in theory, there are actually all kinds of things you can do in Dallas to have a dreamy and memorable V-Day with your sweetie. The ideas below are totally different from last year’s Valentine roundup, so be sure to check out […]

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Diastasis Recti and the 3 Things I Had to {Re-learn}

I feel like I’ve been in “recovery” from my first pregnancy for three years. Pregnancy can definitely take a toll on a woman’s body. I knew it would be important to take it easy after delivering my sweeet baby boy, but I also wanted to show I could “bounce back” and get back into shape […]

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Dallas Moms Need to Know: A Guide to the Month of February

Happy February, everyone. I’m just over here googling “What’s the best elderberry vitamin on the market?” as I coat my children in hand sanitizer because that’s who I am now. Is this the most I’ve ever thought about the flu in my life? Yes! Hopefully y’all are staying healthy. And hopefully you’re rolling with the […]

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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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Every {Single} Birthday My Children Have Is a Big Deal

Being Hispanic, we have many cultural traditions that we celebrate. We keep those traditions alive by passing them on to the children in our families. I am all for preserving these traditions and I will continue passing them on to my children. But there is one that I will be tiptoeing around as my daughter […]

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VISION 20/20 :: Goal-Getting Vision-Boarding for Mamas

I started 2017 off with a fresh start and fresh perspective. I was determined to do something different than all of my previous new years. I wanted to put my goals for the new year down on paper and pray over them. When I tell you the difference in my year that writing my goals […]

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