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10 Ways to Save Family Memories

  Are you looking for ways to preserve special family memories? Here are some creative ideas to inspire you! Photo Books – There are a variety of online photo storage companies and apps that allow you to make quick photo books.  Many have artwork and templates available to help with the creative process. You can […]

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The Day I Took Away the iPad

I started out as a parent who denounced screen time.  I told friends and family not to buy my child any kind of toys with batteries. I didn’t want to expose her to the world of screens until absolutely necessary.  I wanted to enjoy my daughter before technology found its place in her life and […]

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End of Pregnancy To Do List

As my 3rd trimester comes to an end, I’m constantly making lists of things to do before baby arrives. This will be my second delivery, and although I’ve been way more relaxed this time around, I still have mild anxiety as I near the finish line. I have a lot of supplies I can use […]

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Family New Year Resolutions

  I haven’t always done new year resolutions, but now that I have a husband and child, it’s important to me that we talk about our goals as a family. We have started a tradition of establishing them on New Year’s Eve while reflecting on our growth over the previous year. We sit down and […]

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Toys for Girls: Where to Invest

There are a lot of toys on the market to choose from for your kiddos.  How do you even begin to decide which ones to invest in? These are some fun ideas for girls that are educational and worth the investment. Push Toys (Ages 0-2): Help your child learn to walk and build strength while […]

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Surviving Tantrums - Collin County Moms Blog

A Guide to Surviving Tantrums

If you have kids, you know that temper tantrums can be exhausting. You wonder what happened to your sweet loving child as you try to navigate the emotional meltdowns that begin in toddlerhood. The first time my child had a tantrum I thought I was going to Lose. My. Mind.  It came on quickly as […]

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