Bad words aren’t bad. They are passionate and evocative. Their specific connotations are irreplaceable. All that was fine and dandy until the day that my eight year old dropped a box of dominoes and yelled out, “Dammit!” at his great grandmother’s house.
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So many fun books for kids are published each year. I love using these two resources to learn about books that I can purchase with confidence for my family and my library. Happy reading!
And that’s how it happened: the gathering and discussing about our real-deal, truth be told for sure favorites from 2017. These brands listed below have absolutely not sponsored this blog post. This collection of brands is as organic as can be. These are our honest favorites we now use in our homes, for our families, […]
This girl loves to shop. This girl also loves a good deal! So, when I discovered Give10Back.com and realized I could shop ridiculously good deals . . .
The right toys can truly enhance this interaction and opportunity to develop language skills during the most critical stages of development. Here are a few of my favorite toys to help you give the gift of gab this holiday season.
Keep in mind that the cumulative effect of following these steps won’t be fully evident overnight. But rest assured, one day you will wake up and realize that you have an Ungrateful Child, possibly more than one, and that the results are mostly permanent. I’d recommend that you go celebrate, but you’ll most likely be […]
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.”