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From sidewalk chalk to yard signs, here’s a list of creative ways to celebrate your little’s special day.
With all the buzz about the coronavirus, what do you need to know when it comes to travel and the health of your family?
No matter the age of your children, call a family meeting to set up the base of your discipline. Allow your children’s input, but remember Mom and Dad have the final say on these “10 Commandments” of sorts.
As I neared the vehicle, it suddenly became clear that on top of the car, the front window and the hood were covered in children’s toys, mainly stuffed animals. On the ground in front of the car were also numerous toys, most made of plastic.
Yes, we’re all missing the “precedented” things in life, but we can all walk out of 2020 with a fresh perspective on life in general, our habits, our norms, our relationships, and our priorities. This year is an opportunity to rethink everything.
I want more information on what standards will be in place when school begins. How will social distancing work? Bathrooms, how will these be kept clean? Game plan on lesson plans, extra curricula, the fine arts?
The email informed me that both my children two days prior were directly in contact with a person infected with coronavirus — their swim teacher. I suddenly had questions.
At the end of June, the girls had a direct exposure to COVID-19 during swim lessons. The three of us then self-quarantined for 14 days at home, per Dad’s (who is an infectious disease doctor) orders.
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In Fort Worth, we are located within “the Bluebonnet Triangle.” If you imagine the area of Houston, San Antonio, and DFW as the corners and add in Hill Country, this is where the majority of bluebonnets in Texas grow.
Are you ready for fall temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes, apple bobbing, boots, and sweaters? We sure are! Fort Worth Moms has worked hard to find the best pumpkin patches, farms, and fall festivals that Tarrant County has to offer.
From time with jolly ol’ Saint Nick, to finding the perfect tree, and from holiday events to shows that boost your spirit, you will find it all included in this guide.
If you live in Texas, you know that the weather can literally drop 40 degrees in a matter of hours! In the summer, temperatures can also climb well into the 100s — and not see the 80s or below — for DAYS. Indoor play options are a must.
FWM compiled a list of Tarrant County schools that are great options for your little ones. You’ll find a variety of curriculum choices, pricing options, and time slots.
Whether you are searching for homeschool options or private schools or something in between, we have featured educational options all across Tarrant County to help you find the right fit for your family.
Summer 2020 — summer of the pandemic — is nothing if not unusual. We’ve updated this list of area splash pads, pools, and waterparks with what is open, what date it opens, and what is completely closed for the summer or year.
If you are looking for options for your kiddos, then check this list. We are THANKFUL for your support during this pandemic and THANKFUL for the support of our partners who’ve helped us keep the lights on.
We scoured our archives for resources and ideas to help you (and us, too) navigate these uncharted waters. For those of you needing to create a schedule — however strict or silly — check out this guide, which includes a free printable!
Although the coronavirus pandemic changed the way we do school, it does not change the impact teachers made and are still making for our kids this school year. Let’s not allow teacher appreciation to slip through the cracks this May!