Gilmore Girls is more than just a television show for my daughter and me. When we were drifting apart in the midst of the teen years, this quirky drama brought us back together. When I joined Houston Moms Blog four...
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...
I'm tired. But I’m lying awake, thoughts racing all night, popping Ativan to shut it off. I’ve never had to use that before, even in my worst anxiety.  I attempt to hold my office, my home, and my daughter's classroom...
Y'all. Our quarantine-aversary has come. It has been a year since COVID-19, shut downs, social distancing, and masks became as regular to our lives as queso and Blue Bell ice cream. I remember thinking in March, How are we...
At the beginning of 2015, I did what most people do:  I made New Year's resolutions.  My goal was to be able to wear a bikini this summer.  As it turns out, I like wine and chocolate way too...
Our family is experiencing some major parenting milestones. Last month, my husband added another line to our cell phone plan, because we now have a child with a cell phone! What?!? Last week, my oldest walked out the doors of...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqKtKQYtqVE&feature=youtu.be It’s almost midnight and I can’t sleep.  Which is odd, because my pillow is lumpy in the right places, my sheets are off-brand silky, and my down comforter is somewhat clean {kids, eh?}. The only sound disturbing the night is...
I am a goal oriented person. I love making lists and thinking about what I want to learn and do. I make notes during workshops, during church, while I'm reading books or even having conversations. If I see or...
As we approach the end of cold and flu season I have to confess something with you. Taking care of sick kids is not my favorite thing. As mothers, most of us carry around the extra stress, worry and...
When waiting on a medical diagnosis, patience, faith and stillness are helping this mom cope with the uncertainty of her future.  Patience is a Virtue Waiting is hard.  I'm always telling my son to "be patient", "hold on a minute", or "just...

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Houston Moms was so incredibly excited to host our 4th Annual Cookies with Santa event on December 19th at Kelsey-Seybold Berthelsen Campus! The festive...

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