Splish, splash, splosh! Typically, Houston’s notorious summer heat sends us all jumping, cannon-balling, and diving into the nearest swimming pool. This summer however, many public pools and splash pads might be closed or have limited access. What can a...
My husband is a first-generation Filipino. Since I was pregnant with my daughter, knowing the other half of her heritage has been very important to me. I am extremely cognizant of my daughter reading and seeing others that look...
I found out I was pregnant in a bathroom at Starbucks. I didn’t know if I wanted to be a mom.  You’ll want to have kids one day, they say.  Calling the OB office the next day, the receptionist replied excitedly,...
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 episodes that make it easy...
As so many of you, I am struggling to keep things new and exciting for my kids these days. Not that I'm looking to add cruise director to my growing list of job titles these days, but it's always...
Gone for now are the gatherings at the playground and in each other’s home. No more school for big kids or preschool for the littles. In their place are online classrooms and virtual playdates. And both of those have...
We are in the midst of history during this quarantine. Sometimes it is hard to see the historical significance of what is going on in our world, but with something as significant as the COVID-19 quarantine we know that...
When I moved to Katy a few years back, I was in desperate need of moms to connect with. I looked into playgroups in the area, fun events that would give moms the rare opportunity to talk, anything to...
During this weird homeschool, stay at home, quarantine time, educational apps and websites are very important to keep the kids busy. We have compiled the best list of apps you can download on your kids' devices, which makes you...
Let’s face it: the absence of routines and predictability is the epitome of scary for kids {and if we’re really being honest, all of us}. Since our last Book Club book was all about parenting secure kids, I've had these...

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