Leaving your child can be the best way to help him or her establish the necessary skills successful adults possess. We aren’t talking about a sleep-over or a weekend with the grandparents. No, this is much more than that. This is summer camp.
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Motherhood has a lot of perks, but here’s one I didn’t see coming: summer is magical again. As a true lover of sunshine, baseball, lightning bugs (translation: fireflies), and drive-in movie theaters, I’ve always been a summer enthusiast. But as adulthood took its hold, I started griping more and more about the heat and seeing […]
Craving watery fun for the littles and the big kids and everyone in between? Splash on over to some of our local water parks and splash pads. Bahama Beach Water Park (Dallas): Here, you will find a variety of slides, a lazy river, and an interactive rain forest. Cost: $11 to $15 or free for […]
Disclaimer :: Blackmon Mooring sponsored this review of its Home Is the Heart of Summer guide. However, the opinions and views expressed below solely belong to the Fort Worth Moms Blog editorial team. Summer is the time for fun, the time to let your hair down, the time to tackle those projects you’ve put off all year. […]
Pools . . . splash pads . . . beaches (in my dreams, more like sprinklers) . . . and lakes. Are you kidding me?! What is the common denominator here? Oh my gracious, I need a new swimsuit! Y’all, I have enjoyed the comfort food of the winter months a little too much, and so […]
In the last few weeks, I’ve made multiple trips to my local farmer’s market for the purpose of stocking up on Parker County peaches. I have the same ritual every time. I . . . . Fill a bag (with the help of my kids). Plunk down money well spent. Walk out with a smile, […]
A wise man once told me: Parenting involves a painful series of “releasing” our children, for their good and ours. It begins for the mother at childbirth, and the pattern continues into adulthood. I had one of those “releasings” recently, when I sent my almost nine-year old daughter to sleep away church camp for the first […]