Texas transplant Katie moved from Washington State to the DFW area in 2013 with her husband, Jason. They are proud parents of two-year-old Amelia, who is growing into an animal-loving little girl who enjoys "helping" with the family's dogs, cat, chickens, and horses. Katie is digital editor at the national magazine Western Horseman, based in Fort Worth. Like every other mom out there, she's "making it up as I go" as she juggles the daily chores and responsibilities of being a working mom, wife, animal mom, friend, and more, and hopes to share her story (the good, the bad, and the ugly) with local parents.
Confetti eggs are a fun Easter activity.

Back Up, Bunny :: Easter Activities for the Socially Distant

Many parents have children who are feeling the effects of isolation. Use this list to bring joy and hope into Easter as you teach them bigger life lessons about love and sacrifice. 
For women who work in office or stay at home, they are strong and equal.

I Work Mostly with Women

If you’re looking for your own voice, take it one day at a time. Look around you at the inspirational women in our own Fort Worth community. Women are paving the way one step at a time, and you can, too.

4 Simple Energy-Saving Solutions for Kids

Use these simply energy-saving solutions with your kids to reduce electricity bills and go green.
Being a Costco members gives you access to great deals and quality products.

Never Without :: 50 Costco Must-Haves

And great news! When NEW members sign up, they'll receive a $30 Costco Shop Card with the purchase of a new membership and auto renewal. Current members who renew will receive a Costco etched tumbler.
Around Cowtown features family-friendly events in Fort Worth and surrounding areas.

Around Cowtown :: Family-Friendly Events {January 2020}

Our friends at iCare Emergency Room and Urgent Care sponsored this edition of “Around Cowtown.” With wait times of less than five minutes, patients at iCare will be seen by board-certified emergency physicians and registered...
The Christmas tree in Fort Worth will be lit during the Fort Worth Parade of Lights

What You Need to Know About Fort Worth Parade of Lights

For 37 years, the Fort Worth Parade of Lights has decorated the streets of Cowtown. It's become so popular that it can be overwhelming to attend, but not with our inside scoop on how to navigate the event. 
coach tying soccer player's shoe

Better Safe Than Sorry :: Baylor Scott & White Emergency Hospitals Have Your Kids’...

When kids are roughhousing or playing sports, it's not a matter of "if" your kid will get hurt, it's more a matter of "when." That doesn't mean they should stop playing (I mean, kids are going to find a way to get bumps and bruises, even if we wrap them in protective bubble wrap), it just means that as parents we need to be prepared.