Let’s look back at the top Dallas Moms posts from the past year – the ones you read and shared the most. Lots of good (and useful) stuff in here, y’all. And if you’re anything like me, it’ll be like you’re reading them for the first time. Why can’t I remember ANYTHING anymore!!?
Ok, in no particular order, here are the Top 10 Dallas Moms Posts from 2019:
10 Places to Host a Baby Shower in Dallas by Katie Lewis
A list of cute and chic restaurants around town, good for whether you need a baby shower venue or just a fun place for a girls get-together. Bookmark it for later!
Enneagram energy was strong this year. If you haven’t determined yours yet, read Andrea’s post to find out how and why you should.
Everyone needs a handful of cheap and easy entertainment ideas in their back pocket. Thank you for sharing yours, Rori!
SPEAKING OF… Here’s a bunch more spots you can enjoy without breaking the bank. Take advantage of all the free fun Dallas offers. We’re super lucky in that regard.
Kelli writes openly about the surprisingly powerful feelings that followed her decision. These are the kind of posts that make me realize more keenly how emotionally complex motherhood is – all facets of it.
Everything you’d want to know about the redone playground at Cottonwood Park. “It is incredibly rare to find a place outside of my home I can feel comfortable taking all 4 of my children and know they’re having fun and playing safely.”
Don’t be afraid to take your baby to the movies! It’s a great way to get out of the house in the infant days. Use this handy guide to find special matinee screenings for both grown-up and family-friendly films.
If you’re interested in any dietary changes for the new year, you have to check this out. Melody gives us a major run-down on the Keto diet, with tips, resources, and things she’s learned along the way.
I love this piece for the honesty, the vulnerability, and the strength. And it’s another glimpse into how amazing moms can be, especially when times are tough.
It doesn’t get more real than this. Lessons in perspective from a mother who has been there. It’s no easy feat to write about the other side of the coin, and we appreciate everyone who is able to share and be open about the hardest parts.
If you’re on a roll and craving more, check out our Top 10 Posts on Collin County Moms or our Dallas Moms Top 10 from 2018.