Born and raised in Fort Worth, Ginni (pronounced Jih-nee) graduated from Paschal High School 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.
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How to Teach Kiddos the Truth About Cinco de Mayo

This Cinco de Mayo, spread the knowledge with your children. Although my kiddos are too young to fully grasp the concept, I've rounded up some useful links and resources for mamas and papas to use as teaching aides.
Laundry tips to make your life easier

One Mama’s Laundry Tips for You

If you aren't able to do all the laundry in one day, try doing one or two specific loads every day, keeping a schedule. If your kids are old enough, have them help out!
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How a Young Stay-at-Home-Mom with Toddlers Keeps Her House Clean and Tidy

My husband and I watched one episode of tidying up with Marie Kondo, completed the tasks in that episode, then repeated for the entire season. It took us a couple weeks to complete.
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Goodbye Fallopian Tubes :: My Bilateral Salpingectomy Experience

My mother-in-law and a few random people on the Internet tried telling me I was "too young" to be having my tubes removed, and that I would regret it later in life when I want more kids.
Buy hot chocolate or try a couple recipes at home.

Best Hot Chocolate Hot Spots in Around Town {Plus Bonus Recipes!}

Whether you are four, 44, or 84, hot chocolate will put a smile on your face. Luckily, we have some pretty spectacular venues to enjoy that delicious cup.

What Every Parent Needs to Know About Getting Rid of Lice

The first thing you should always do is clean ALL the bedding (pillows included) and clothes in HOT water and dry in HIGH heat.
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Violence to Valued :: Overcoming Childhood Trauma

Before I became a mom, I thought I was okay and that I had healed from my childhood. However, after my daughter was born, I quickly found out that I hadn't. I have been a mother for two and a half years, and I am just scraping the tip of the iceberg of my trauma.