Born and raised in Fort Worth, Ginni (pronounced Jih-nee) graduated from Paschal High School, and then attended Texas Wesleyan University and Tarrant County College as an English and Spanish double-major. Currently she is wife to Jose and mommy to Elena (2018) and Santiago (2020). In her spare time, she enjoys embroidery and reading novels. Jesus and coffee are the two things that get her through the day.

A Tale of Two Epidurals

I had nightmares about my birth with my son for more than a year. I went into it expecting a birth similar to my daughter. Instead it was five hours of pure torture.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Fort Worth

Events, Books, & Shows :: Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 In & Around Tarrant...

Make plans to celebrate in Fort Worth with your family this year! We have listed several ways through local events, books, shows, and more.
Biracial couples, and people everywhere, should celebrate Loving Day.

Tips and Local Resources to Get Through Tough Patches in Your Marriage

My number one tip: When you hit a problem, remember that it's partner one and partner two united against the problem, not partner one against partner two. 

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo :: Books, Events, and Movies

This year, there are so many wonderful festivals and activities happening the Fort Worth area. Pack up your family and head to these activities, pick up a book, and flip on a show.
Use a child safety leash.

Why I Chose to Use Safety Leashes for My Kids

My kids' safety is always my first priority when I'm out in public with them. I hear scary stories about kids being snatched out of a grocery carts while the mom is reaching for something off of a store shelf, and I don't want to risk it.
It can be hard to handle toxic families during the holidays.

3 Suggestions for Dealing with Toxic Family During the Holidays

Holidays are stressful, but it doesn't help when everyone assumes they know what others want.
day of the dead dolls

Teach Your Kids How to Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos

Weeks leading up to Dia de los Muertos, families start setting up ofrendas (altars) with pictures of loved ones, cups of water and the loved ones favorite drinks, candles, and marigold petals.