Emily G

Emily G
Emily is married to Brad and mother of the handsome Jack and precious Annabelle. After more than a decade as a software engineer (two of those as a working mother), she cleaned out her cubicle and can be found most days at one of the beautiful parks Cowtown has to offer, without a WiFi hotspot in range. These days, Emily spends her time exploring our fair city with her babes in tow, volunteering at her church, cheering on the Fightin' Texas Aggies, and shopping her way through DFW at large. You'll find her journaling her daily life at Being Mrs. Gentry.

A Cowtown Summer Bucket List

Back in the spring, I posted a list of activities my family decided to do over the course of that season. Some of them we crossed off, and the others? Well, we'll try again....

#TBYT (or Think Before You Tweet)

My husband and I work with high school students at our church. Because of this, and especially around graduation time, my thoughts are drawn to my kids 15 years down the road. What will...

Five Summer Beauty Must-Haves

We’ve signed up for swim lessons, and we’re dusting off those beach towels. My kiddos’ swimwear and sandals are purchased in their appropriate sizes for summer 2014, and now, I find myself turning my...

A Little Schooling on Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Do you want to be the teacher’s pet? Or at least do everything you can to make your little Susie or Jimmy the teacher’s favorite? I’m here today to help you do exactly that. I’m not...

Not My First Rodeo: Throwing a Second First Birthday Party

My youngest turned one last month. She's our second baby, a girl, and our sweet sunshine which lent itself well to the theme of her party: "you are my sunshine." At the outset, I...

A Cowtown Spring Bucket List

It's just about time for some spring fun!  As with the turning of most seasons, there are things I love to do with my family, however rarely do I actually take the time to...

A Day in the Life of this SAHM

We celebrated my daughter's first birthday this past weekend.  It was also my first anniversary as a stay at home mother of two.  I continually wonder if my experience at home is similar to...