Don’t get me wrong, our kids help out around the house a lot — and do a fair bit for their ages — but learning NEW skills and chores takes time, energy, and patience that neither children nor adults have left at the end of a school day. Enter summer: a break from the routine […]
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Summertime means popsicles, no school, summer camps, and water! The Fort Worth Moms Blog has researched the area to find the best spots for cooling off this summer. With places all around the metroplex, you are sure to find one convenient for your family . . . or several you want to explore. Either way, […]
I looked down at the stone I had just removed from my flower bed, a creature so hideous stared back at me clawing the air with its dirt covered talons. Brown and somewhat translucent, this lumpy alien, barely larger than a gumball, seemed oddly familiar. Then it hit me, I had seen versions of this […]
I have many friends that spend their summers in the northeast — a brilliant move. But some of us are stuck here in Texas during the most brutal months and need to find ways to survive. Here are some things that work for me . . . but if you have other tips for surviving […]
With help from other makeup loving friends and professional makeup artist friends, I’ve gained some insights on ways to melt proof my makeup and stay looking fresh from morning all the way into the evening. For those who may be struggling to keep makeup on during these scorching summer days, this is for you!
Here I am, friends, a proud Mediocre Mom, bringing you my Mediocre Mom Summer Bucket List. Remember: There are no rules, there is no shopping list, and you can cross as many or as few things off the list as you want (because, let’s be real, sometimes Mediocre Moms forget to look at the Bucket […]
I believe in summers that aren’t always scheduled and where kids can get bored. I’m also a fan of little adventures and getting out and about, even if it’s not planned in advance. I have found that a little preparation during the summer allows me to have more of a “go with the flow” attitude […]