Lindsay G

Lindsay G. was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, and she and her husband headed south to Spring in June of 2016. As a clinical social worker, she works full time with families growing their families through adoption. Lindsay met her husband John when they were both camp counselors. They welcomed their future little campers G in December 2017 and R in 2020. Lindsay is constantly reading, researching at least one new thing, and attempting to organize her life through bullet journaling. Her first book, Parent Goals: The Millennial’s Guide to New Parent Preparedness will be published in November 2021. In her free time, she enjoys binging Gilmore Girls on a loop, baking, and running in the Houston area’s beautiful parks. Check out her website for parenting prep, support, and more.
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Working With a Birth Center During My Pandemic Pregnancy

I had just attended my first midwife visit at The Addice birth center in January before the world went to chaos with COVID. Having made the decision to use a birth center with my...

How the Pandemic Has Forced Me to Finally Let Go

  I remember back in February...or was it March? Time means nothing anymore, Jeremy Bearimy, am I right? Anyhow, back in the beginning of this mess we are calling a pandemic, it was a total...

Supporting Parents with a Newborn in the Age of COVID

The fall of 2019 was clearly a busy time for many couples, judging by all of the babies I am seeing making their appearances this summer. It’s a super weird time to have a...

Best Spots to Explore Nature Around Houston

If you are like my family, with the closure of playgrounds and community pools so far this summer, you might be moving hiking, or “walking in the woods” as my toddler says, to the...

Why I Limit Photos of My Child on Social Media

When my husband and I started talking about having kids, I had a list of things for us to discuss together, from discipline to birth plans, childcare to family boundaries. I know, it must...

Not Just for Kids:: Lessons I’ve Learned from Daniel Tiger

At the recommendation of other parents of toddlers, Daniel Tiger was the first television show that we introduced to our daughter, and it's currently the only show she really watches. I love the short...

Valentine’s Rituals:: The Key to Getting What You Want Every Year

Valentine's rituals are simple ways to connect with your partner and ensure that both of you get the experience you want each year. My husband and I had our first date at a local fancy...
This Year, I'm Letting Go of the Shoulds

This Year, I’m Letting Go of the “Shoulds”

A few months ago, I was listening to a delightful podcast called Forever35, and one of the hosts talked about things she was letting go of that someone somewhere has told her she “should”...
Why We Actually Do Need to Talk About Money | Houston Moms Blog

Why We Actually DO Need to Talk About Money

A few days ago I was scrolling through my feed, and I came across one of those memes that pokes fun at wives spending money. You know, like this:: As the holiday shopping increases, so...

5 Tips for Nailing the Perfect Gift for Everyone on Your List

  Gift giving has been my love language since I was a little girl. I was forever making pictures, friendship bracelets, and impressively once made a recreation of the blow up man that you see...