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Those green frog boots were a battle I was choosing not to fight. They were my compromise, which at times delighted me because I was letting my kid be a kid. Other times, they seemed to taunt me, as if I somehow lacked in mothering because I was being bested by a three year old.
With our world in such a strange state because of the coronavirus crisis, maybe we need these bluebonnets more than ever. Pile your kids in the car and drive around taking in some natural Texas charm.
As much as my students see themselves reflected in the main characters, I am reminded I need to be the parent and teacher who is there for them and helps see the valuable lessons in their struggles.
When you can ditch that dang diaper bag, when your child can put on his or her own shoes — these are real mama milestones.
My one year old dropped raisins all over the floor. I hate cleaning the floor and I kept walking past these raisins and thinking how much I didn’t want to clean them up.
Fort Worth Moms is part of the City Mom Collective and is a premier parenting resource for Fort Worth and the surrounding North Texas cities. For Immediate Release Fort Worth, Texas – Fort Worth Moms understands that parents aren’t the only ones navigating through this current crisis. Our children are also figuring out a new normal and […]