Every generation has their own language or slang that identifies them one from the other. I'm a Gen X'er and my '80s vernacular is still very much a part of my vocabulary. So much so that my kids actually...
It wasn't supposed to end this way for the Class of 2020. Many of you were in our bellies as we watched the Twin Towers fall the day our lives changed forever. The world that you have experienced is...
Teenagers by definition are often moody and temperamental.  Frequently, the happy go lucky kid who comes down for breakfast isn't the same grumpy one who emerges from the bathroom after brushing his or her teeth, thirty minutes later.  As...
April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month and Houston Moms Blog is dedicated to helping raise awareness about child abuse prevention. This is one mom's story. Recently, I joined a new group of parents. It wasn't a voluntary membership; I...
Every April, the world changes to light things up blue for Autism Awareness Month. This year, as the world battles COVID 19, Autism Awareness Month has taken a bit of a backseat and understandably so. I'm not trying to...
Being a teenager is tough. This period in a young person’s life brings about many changes, both physically and emotionally. It can also be challenging for their parents. This week marks a national initiative called Teen Week, to raise...
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...
My earliest memory of my daughter Olivia's {2006} love for food is when she was about 2 years old.  Fruit gummies were her favorite snack, as well as yogurt melts - the little drops of fruit flavored yogurt that...
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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