Katie F

Texas transplant Katie moved from Washington State to the DFW area in 2013 with her husband, Jason. They have a son, Colter (2020) and a daughter, Millie (2017). Katie has been in publishing for more than 10 years, working at two national magazines. Now, she's a freelance editor, writer, and social media manager, which allows her time to be with her kiddos, as well as her horses, dogs, cat and chickens.

Around Cowtown :: Family Friendly Events {June 2021}

It's been raining, it's been pouring . . . let's hope June gives us some sunshine so we can get out and about. Summer break is here! We've done the work for you, researching virtual and in-person area events for the family.
Guide to VBS in Tarrant County

2021 Guide to VBS

This year, after the year we've had, we are thrilled to update our guide for parents interested in a VBS experience for their kiddos in Tarrant County.
Take your family on a road trip vacation with four hours of Fort Worth.

2021 Guide to Road Trips from Fort Worth

We've gathered the best spots to travel within four hours of Fort Worth proper, both for family getaways and romantic destinations. Our guide to road trips includes where to stay, what to eat, and what to do. 
Find a splash pad or pool for your child near your home in Fort Worth.

Guide to Pools, Splash Pads, & Water Parks

Summertime means FUN times, and in Texas, staying cool is a must. Head to your local splash pad -- or find a new ones in the metroplex to explore
Plan a kid's birthday party using Fort Worth Moms guide.

2021 Guide to Birthday Parties

Plan the ultimate birthday party for your kid using this guide Fort Worth Moms put together, featuring venues, decorations, and sweet treats.
Find local story times in the metroplex.

2021 Guide to Story Times

Reading to children of all ages is incredibly beneficial. It improves language skills, increases spans of concentration, encourages them to use their imagination, and so much more.
2021 Ultimate Guide to Teacher Appreciation

Ultimate Guide to Teacher Appreciation

If ever there was a year we need to go all out cheering for our teachers, 2021 is the one. Wowza -- all the changes and pivoting and making it work did not go unnoticed.