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Emily H

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Although born in Austin, Emily grew up on the Eastside of Fort Worth. After marrying her high school sweetheart, and following the military's whims for a few years, the lovebirds wound up back in the Fort, with their three children in tow. Currently, Emily shares her love of books and writing with both her children and her middle school students. On the weekends, you'll find her outside running local streets and trails, as well as being her kids' biggest fan at whatever sport may be in season.

It’s More Than Just Crop Tops

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The rising waistbands that aren’t the most flattering for mom butt, but do highlight hourglass shapes, even when you don’t have one, tops and dresses that skim the body and celebrate curves, crop tops of every possible length showing a little (or a lot) of extra skin. 
Children's mental health

Let the Punishment Fit the Crime :: Using Natural & Parental Consequences

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When a natural consequence isn’t readily available, my husband and I do our best to create a response that has clear ties to the action. 
Choose clothes based on the pocket feature.

Why Yes, It Does Have Pockets!

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I have declared my independence from pocketless fashion. If it doesn’t have pockets, I am not interested. 
The best sunscreens listed for moms, kids, and families

The Sunscreens of Summer :: Find the Best Sunscreen for You and Your Family

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We compiled a list of our favorites and broke them down into categories for your convenience.
Biracial couples, and people everywhere, should celebrate Loving Day.

10 Ways to Celebrate Loving Day

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alk to them about stories you’ve heard, people you know, and the things you see. Don’t just shush someone when they ask a question or say something ignorant. Talk to them about it and help them understand. 
Kids attend a Catholic school, which is a parochial school option.

Picking Parochial

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When I’ve taken our kids places in their uniforms after school around our area, people know the school and are always so lovely and polite to my boys, asking them questions about the school and talking about what they know about it.
Learning the game of baseball

Making a Change in Youth Sports :: Who’s With Me?

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It was opening day for my boys.  Not the majors, or even little league. Just recreational baseball through the city. But it was still opening day, and they were excited.  It had been more than a...