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Brittany

Brittany
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Brittany, originally from a very small town in southeast Texas, met her husband, Brandon, at Baylor University (Sic 'Em, Bears!). She moved to the DFW area in 2008 -- less than a week after college graduation -- to pursue a career in public relations, working in various capacities for two separate PR firms and then doing communications for a local school district before settling into her current role as a stay-at-home mom to their two boys. Their family has continually moved further and further west in the metroplex and has finally settled in Keller (where she hopes they'll be forever because moving is for the birds!). Brittany blogs all about her life as a wife and a mom on her personal blog, Life as the Mrs.
Books and Blocks

Ways to Help Your Child’s Teacher (But Not Seem like a Suck-Up)

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I thought I'd share a crowd-sourced list of ways you can help your child's teacher — and not seem like a suck-up. I polled a bunch of my girlfriends (some of whom are former teachers themselves) and many moms in the work room at my son's school, so you can rest assured these are tried-and-true tips from more than just me. 
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Easy Autumn Recipes Your Family Will Love

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My family knows that once October hits, the following recipes will make their appearance in my kitchen. 
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White Spots Are Cool :: Our Experience with Vitiligo

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August rolled on and my husband and I began noticing white spots forming on the back of his neck, then on his torso, and in other places on his body. As I tried not to freak out, but ever the worry wart, I began to Google. (Note: Never, EVER Google.)
Mother and Son

How We’re Preparing Our Child (and Ourselves) for Kindergarten

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We know that day in mid-August is coming, so we're doing a few things to prepare him— and us—for the inevitable: kindergarten.
Friends Embrace

Helping the Mom Whose Spouse/Partner Travels for Work

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There are many ways you can help a mom whose spouse/partner travels for work. They don't have to be anything outlandish, but know that whatever you do is appreciated more than you'll ever know. Many of these moms (including me!) get into their own routine and are too proud to ask for help, so sometimes you might be met with pushback, but don't let that stop you from trying. 
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To the Woman Who Raised Me

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I'm sure when you were a little girl and dreamed of becoming a mom, I wasn't exactly what you pictured. You didn't carry me or birth me, but you raised me and taught me how to be a wife and a mother. And most important, you loved me and were just the mom I needed and wanted.