While you are coming off of the sugar high that is Halloween candy, think of all the adorable hand-traced turkeys that will soon be adorning your fridge. It’s November, y’all! Like always, Fort Worth Moms Blog has some events to tell you about happening this month in our latest edition of “Around Cowtown.”
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The Fort Worth Moms Blog has worked hard to find the best pumpkin patches, farms, and fall festivals that Tarrant County has to offer. Load up your family and friends, visit a few, and let us know your favorites.
Each year, it seems like stores everywhere unveil their Halloween displays earlier and earlier. Up go Costco’s princess and superhero costumes in August. Down the aisles of Target are rows of overpriced, fun-sized candies in September. School has hardly started before some very together mom-friends of mine have Halloween costumes planned, coordinated, and laid neatly at the […]
We’re just a few days away from one of the most exciting days of the year . . . Halloween! Halloween is fun for all ages! Take a peek below at what the Tarrant County area has to offer your family. Arlington Heights UMC Trunk or Treat // Bring your appetite for a hearty chili dinner. Decorated […]
Fall is here, y’all! Insert joyous exclamation here! Who else is ready for a little relief from the heat? Hopefully, fall will stick around longer than a couple weeks this year, so we can all enjoy some of our favorite fall festivities. Every year when the weather starts to cool down, I drag out my […]
I’ve been mulling over this post for a while. And originally, when I considered writing about thankfulness, my mind zipped around in an idealistic Facebooky/Pinteresty sort of way: something organized, something that could involve my children, something they’d learn from, and something I could brag about explain on this blog and look like a hot shot and […]
Now that Halloween is officially over and the time change has messed with our kids’ internal clocks (and ours too!), it’s time to shift from carving pumpkins to pumpkin pie, from candy to turkey, and from “trick-or-treat” to “I am thankful.” Gratefulness seems to be a tough one for kids — especially young ones — […]