I’ve been to my share of LGBT pride parades and events in my 42 years. The rainbows, the music, the queens and kings and bears, oh my. But there was no bigger pride month celebration than in June of 2015 when SCOTUS finally recognized same-sex couples’ right to marry. My partner and I snuggled our […]
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We sold our home in the suburbs this past month and it still feels a little surreal. Our house of 15 years was the place for holiday gatherings, birthdays, celebrations and of course, this was the first and only home my children ever lived in. Mi casita holds so many memories, but it’s time for a […]
May 2, 2018
5:30pm – 9:00pm
6500 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75235
Expecting? Just had a baby? The Biggest Baby Shower Ever is the country’s largest and original event series for expecting and new parents. Don’t miss out on testing the latest gear, learning from the experts, meeting other new and soon-to-be parents in your area, and going home with the latest products on the market.
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If I had to find one word to summarize my parenting ideal – it would be balance. I’m all about everything in moderation. Working hard and earning rewards. Eating your broccoli and getting cookies for desert. Which is why we allow screen time and both kids have iPads. (Not having iPads would be awesome, but […]
As a working mom there are many days that I go to bed and I feel like I just completely failed at motherhood. Many days I sit in my car and want to cry because I chose work over family. Let’s face it, living the working mom life is hard, and the sacrifices that we […]
“Where’s your happy heart?” It’s a question we’ve asked our daughter since she was a toddler, a gentle reminder to consider her words and actions when she’s behaving inappropriately or moving towards disobedience. On a good day, she smiles, points to her chest and replies, “Here’s my happy heart!” On a bad day, that readjustment […]
**This post has been sponsored by Urban Air to bring you this experience. All opinions are 100% our own!** I was super excited to hear about the recent opening of Urban Air, a new adventure park in North Dallas! Have you been yet?? Urban Air is a growing, full-service family entertainment center that offers a […]
It’s easier than you think! Let’s get something straight. This is basically a personal journal entry and pep-talk for me. I’m not an authority on healthy, thriving relationships with in-laws. My inspiration for this list is my own life and, especially with the extra family time during the holiday season, I am struggling through my […]
**This post is sponsored by Primrose Schools.** The first three years of childhood are consumed with exploration and experimentation. In fact, Jean Piaget, one of the most influential developmental psychologists of the 20th century, described young children as “natural scientists,” referring to how toddlers examine their surroundings to understand the world around them. Given this […]
Teaching a child to be a cheerful giver is something that I’ve still not gotten the hang of, though I’ve had plenty of time to practice. I used to think that I could teach my kids to give to others, that out of practice and habit, it would become natural and decided. But I long […]
**This post is sponsored by Gillette at Walmart to bring you this experience. All opinions are 100% our own!** I LOVE CHRISTMAS! I love the lights, music, all of the food, the shiny wrapping paper, time with family and giving gifts. Unfortunately, my three boys are aging out of Legos and building toys and it […]
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 […]