Nothing makes me feel more like a vibrant and desirable woman than a full day of wiping stinky bottoms and snot-crusted faces, filling and re-filling sippy cups, cleaning up noodles that didn't stay on the fork, and whining. Especially...
I have a confession. My 2.5 year old isn't in Mother's Day Out. In Dallas, that seems like a sin. When my son turned 1 and everyone around us started talking about all the waiting lists they were on for MDO, camping...
I am a proud working mom – emphasis on the word proud. As a single mom for five years, I developed my teaching career, thinking one day I would find “The One” and have the luxury to settle down...
Let’s face it: breastfeeding is not for everyone! For moms who want and are able to, it can be challenging to survive long nursing sessions, sore nipples, engorgement, biting and more. I was one of the lucky ones, though,...
As a teenager I constantly pushed the envelope and saw rules as mere suggestions. Despite my aloof attitude, my aspirations to settle down, have a family, and be half the stay-at-home mom my own mother was kept me somewhat...
 Dallas Moms Blog was invited to participate in a promotional Yamaha Music class at 7 Notes  in Frisco to share with parents what a first music class experience is like. While we weren't compensated for this post, we hope the...
Besides the basic self-care tasks like brushing teeth and combing hair, I’m pretty sure I didn’t have regular chores at 4. Fast-forward 30 years... My daughter is sweet, smart, stubborn and sometimes defiant. Yup, a pretty normal preschooler! Sometimes she’s a...
My youngest was just about 16 months when I enrolled her in a Mother’s Day Out program through our church. I was so excited for her to spend some time with a group of little ones around her age....
I think I speak for a lot of parents when I say that I do NOT like potty training. I honestly would rather go to the dentist every day for two-weeks straight than potty train my toddler. The picture to...
This past weekend I took a trip solo to BlogHer in San Jose, California. Since January, I've been so excited about this trip! Not only would it allow me to introduce businesses to Dallas Moms Blog and bring back...
We've all heard the saying "Never Pay Retail," but how many of us really believe that's actually possible? So maybe "never" is a bit presumptuous but as often as possible would be nice. I realized the secret to discovering all the...
For years, I carried a diaper bag instead of a purse. I cloth diapered two babies consecutively and simultaneously for three years straight. Just this year I looked back and realized: both my children have been potty trained for an...

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Dallas Moms polled mamas throughout the area for trusted venues that provide support and creative play solutions for your child's needs.