We have had a roller-coaster life, and at this time we are too exhausted from work, school, house duties, and our three kids to have a date night.
On this day four years ago, Fort Worth Moms launched some of the best little villages in Tarrant County! Fast forward to 2020 and these online Facebook groups aren't so little anymore. We now have 19 Neighbor Groups that...
I love my mother-in-law dearly. She raised my husband, and he's the man I love — and I love and thank her for that. But, there are a few things I wish I could tell her and wish she knew. Some good, some not so good. (Am I the only one?)
As the years go by and the feelings settle in, I’ve found contentment in the familiarity and stability born from the mundane that comes after the sparks fly.
There are no greeting cards to say more eloquently how much I appreciate you. There is no holiday or amount on a gift card that would be great enough to show my gratitude to you. I love that you have my back, and you know I have yours. You make my life as it is possible, and I am forever grateful.
When I think of my grandparents' lives, I'm amazed at all their resilience, toughness, and lack of bitterness. I also see how easy I have had it and how blessed I am to learn from them and be loved by them.
Of course, I want my kids, AND MYSELF, to be kind to everyone, but at some point we should also take responsibility for the ways we can help others want to include us. Here’s some of the big issues I’ve noticed that I am trying to help my kiddos work on so that others are more open to including them.