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Holiday

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

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Luckily it gets dark so early in the winter it's no challenge to hop in our car after supper or after our Christmas Eve service and drive around looking at Christmas lights. We actually do this nearly every night in December before Christmas, but of course doing it on Christmas Eve makes the night so much more special.
Part of my responsibility as a parent is to introduce him to several cultures and heritages. He will grow to celebrate the similarities, like music and practices, but more importantly to respect and learn from the differences.

A Candy-Free Halloween

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I am not exactly sure how Halloween 2014 will go down for our family, but I do know it will be different than last year. My two year old son is on a special diet, called the Feingold Program...
Halloween is nearly upon us, and the question still begs to be answered: "Where should we take the kids trick-or-treating?!" Take a look at the list below for all of your All Hallows' Eve excitement! All-Saints Episcopal Church // Begin the...
Santa is really busy this December, popping up in several Tarrant County locations. He's got treats, treasures, and, of course, the traditional photo session in store. We've made a list of where Santa can be found this month (and we've checked it...
Are you ready for fall temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes, apple bobbing, boots, and sweaters? We sure are! The Fort Worth Moms Blog has worked hard to find the best pumpkin patches, farms, and fall festivals that Tarrant County has to offer. Load up your family and friends, visit a few, and let us know your favorites.
Growing up most of us had family traditions that were passed down from generation to generation. I told my mother the other day, I remember as a child we use to get oranges and pecans in our stocking.

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Breweries That Serve Non-Alcoholic Beverages in Tarrant County

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Find a brewery in your part of Tarrant County that serves non-alcoholic beverages, handcrafted mocktails, and every Texan's favorite sparkling water, Topo Chico.