It can be a struggle to get the kids reading when it's not required for school, but it's a great way to keep their imaginations working and help them learn a new skill.
Remember the snow-pacalypse? Yeah, we don't either. Things are H-O-T in North Texas, and lucky for us there's plenty of family fun to be had both indoors and outdoors.
If you're wondering how you'll entertain the kids these next few weeks or are just looking for some new ideas, you're in luck! We've done the brainstorming for you in this "Summer Fun Bucket List."
summer is the perfect time to have a longer morning of play or to meet up somewhere, even if it’s just a park near your house or theirs. Nerd alert: I wrote an actual list of friends I want to be sure to meet up with regularly over the summer.
As more and more North Texans receive the COVID-19 vaccine, more and more questions whirl in our minds: Can we hug Grandma? Can we travel? Do we still need the mask?