Carlean Robson

Carlean Robson
Carlean Robson is a free spirit country gal, born and raised in Louisiana. She moved to Texas shortly after marrying her sweetheart, Mr. Larry Robson. Carlean quickly made Texas her home, graduating from the University of Texas at Tyler and moving to Dallas. She taught for 7 years before, beginning her current adventure as a stay-home-mom of her fantastic 4; Jackson, Levi, Lydia and Baby Olivia. Often, you can find Carlean supporting moms; teaching engaging activities for toddlers or simply sharing various tips and tricks for parents. Carlean is always sharing her heart in the hope to encourage and uplift others.

Make it a Summer to Remember at KidzToPros Summer Camp

Summer camp should be exciting and challenging! Kids want to explore and discover the magnificent world around them. At KidzToPros, your child will develop a life-long love of learning, as they develop critical skills...

One Book, Two Books, Grab All Your Dr. Seuss Books

Grab your collection of Dr. Seuss books, journey to Whoville, or take your chances in Thneedville. You will meet the Grinch, the Lorax, and that funny Cat in the Hat, because it's a birthday...

Hey Mama, Have You Had Your Me-Time Today?

Daily me-time for the busy mom is laughable, right?  Let's face it, as moms, we are totally surrounded by calendars and to-do lists that keep our corner of Earth on its axis!  So, yes,...

Discover the Possibilities at Our Redeemer Lutheran School

Great things are happening at Our Redeemer Lutheran School.  Right now is the perfect time to take a peek at their extraordinary programs.  ORLS is a nurturing, Christian environment. The school models success through...

{microblog} Mom Mentors

Let’s chat about mom mentors…Motherhood has many challenges from anxiety in parenting to struggles in marriage. The last thing we need is judgmental advice from someone who is simply trying to hang their hat...

Museums Are Open in Dallas :: Know Before You Go

Dallas is the place for the most unique art and cultural experiences! While many of these artistic experiences are limited, as the fall blows in, Dallas Museums are ready to welcome you for a...

Cheers to Play-Doh

My 3-year-old loves Play-doh. She creates these epic adventures saving the world from all those creepy colorful Play-doh monsters that she creates! No wonder there is a National Day to celebrate this amazing craft...

Summer Boredom Busters

Summer is here! Although you have probably been schooling your kiddos at home the excitement of summer break is still important. Many families have added evening walks and family game nights to the regular...

Oh, What Needless Pains We Bear

As a woman of color in America, I have deep sadness yet again over hate that has poisoned so many in our nation. I have friends from many different ethnic backgrounds.   Although we...
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Parenting a Highly Sensitive Child in an Overstimulating World

Playdates, parks, and birthday parties; social gatherings are the best! All the kids are running and playing while the mommas sit back and take a load off. Right? Well, if you parent a highly...

6 Fun Ways to Celebrate Black History Month with Kids

"We must never forget that Black History is American History. The achievements of African Americans have contributed to our nation's greatness." - Yvette Clarke Black History Month is the annual designated time to celebrate the many...

How To Impact Your Year with a Vision Board

Thinking about resolutions, fitness, or new beginnings lately? Often a simple list of goals will get you to think about so many of the things you want to accomplish in the new year. A vision...