Rachel loves a good fairytale, so it’s no surprise that, after moving to Fort Worth from Washington, D.C., she kissed a frog and fell in love. She is the mother of two perfect children—Lillian, an adventurous toddler, and Lucas, a handsome cuddle-bug who is speeding through infant-hood too fast. She loves pearls, books, coffee, talking about books over coffee, writing, listening to others’ life stories, and spending time with her family. When she is not busy practicing law or changing diapers, you will find her exploring the amazing culinary and cultural delights that Fort Worth has to offer or blogging at Honeycomb and Pearls.
Mother and Children Walking

Mom on the Go?

I am what you would describe as the exact opposite of a homebody. In fact, it mentally and physically takes a toll on me to stay at home (or anywhere, really) for too long....
Love My Local

Love My Local: Benbrook

When my husband and I started dating, I lived in downtown Fort Worth, and he owned a house in a small community located WAY on the west side of Fort Worth in the boondocks...
Summertime schedule

Our Summer{TIME} Budget

"Love is infinite. Time and money are not." This is the trinket of wisdom our pediatrician gave me when I told him I was worried about how I was going to handle our second born....

Sharing My Childhood with My Children

About six months after my husband and I got married, I received a very special present from my mother -- several boxes of childhood memorabilia she was anxious to see leave her house. Perplexed...

Delivery Decisions: What to Choose, What to Choose?

This post is part of an editorial series, “The Stork Stories,” brought to you by the Fort Worth Moms Blog and Texas Health. We hope these pieces provide you with helpful information, encouragement, and answers...

Confessions of a Highly Anxious Mom

If you are looking for someone who is calm, cool, and collected, you have the wrong person. Even though I do my best to cover it up, I am what you would describe as...

What I Really Want in a Mom Friend

Motherhood. You are never alone, but somehow it can (at times) feel so lonely. The best solution to combat this loneliness is finding a few amazing mom friends. But, the formation of these friendships...