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Holiday

We ALL love to celebrate! The holiday category features articles with every reason to celebrate — major holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, etc. — as well as what to do on those holidays, like crafts, related books to read, where to celebrate in North Texas, and more! 

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In addition to an egg hunt, I wanted to come up with some options to keep the kiddos entertained.
It's always nice to stop and enjoy harmless pranks and smiles with your kids, especially as the parent!
As most mamas know, purchasing Easter baskets at your local grocery store can be pretty costly, so I'm going to share my dollar-store hacks for creating a beautiful basket on a dime. 
Whatever your beliefs, we can all agree that celebrating love and throwing colors around sounds absolutely fun and joyful.
This is a joyous holiday and is often referred to as the Jewish Halloween. It is a time to let loose and rejoice!
In recent years, Mardi Gras seems to have spread west and more people celebrate it here in the DFW area. With that in mind, I thought you'd enjoy some fun ways to spend Mardi Gras at home with your kiddos.
How can you as a mom help your children learn and understand the Holocaust? Here are a few ways I teach it to my children.

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A Guide to Pools, Splash Pads, and Water Parks in the...

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Summertime is HOT in Texas, so staying cool is a must. Head to your local splash pad — or find a new one in this guide to pools, splash pads, and water parks in Tarrant County.