Tag: children

A Houston Mom’s Thank you to J.J. Watt

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Dear J.J., When you announced that you will no longer be a Houston Texan, the hearts of Houston sports fans broke.  You are a key...

A Letter to My Child’s School Administrators {That I Hope They...

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Dear School Administration,  My child is special.  I mean, really special. She is a neat kid. She is sweet and sassy, independent and curious, and will...

Yes, We Should be Making Our Kids Do Chores. Here’s How...

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Recently, a friend of mine posted this article about how chores lead to happy children and why parents these days do not require their...

Opening Up a Whole New Life Skill :: Why Your Kid...

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Do your kids light up when playing Roblox or Minecraft? Do they marvel at the idea of building robots or flying drones? Kids are...

I Wasn’t There for My Son’s First Steps and It Made...

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From the moment I found out I was pregnant with my first son, there were a series of scenes that would play in my...

Help! I’ve Lost My Mommy :: Tips on Teaching your Children...

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School is back in full swing. You know what I have been seeing a lot of lately? Posts and news stories about children getting...

You Don’t Have to Foster to Help a Child in Need

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Seven years ago I decided that the baby factory was officially closed. I packed all of my beloved baby items and sent them to...

30 of the Most Family-Friendly Houston Patios

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Spring is officially in full swing in Houston which means we might have about 6 more weeks until the scorching heat sequesters us into...

Preparing Your Toddler {And Yourself} for Successful Swim Lessons

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So, I decided it was time to throw my toddler into the pool. In Houston, pools are everywhere; it seemed like a good idea to teach...

Finding Meaning in the Mundane

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I remember the first time my daughter tasted an orange. She was the most adventurous out of all my children when it came to...
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