We’re teetering on the precipice of 2023, which means it’s the perfect time to reflect on the year that was. In alphabetical order, these Dallas Moms articles are the ones you read and shared most in 2022. Thank you for being here with us and cheers to next year!
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Dallas Moms Pregnancy & Postpartum Support Guide by Katie Lewis
“Being pregnant in a major metropolitan city like Dallas means you have options. Do I want a hospital birth? Do I want a midwife? Should I get a doula? What’s a good childbirth class to take? Who can help with breastfeeding? . . . ”
Guide to Childcare & Schools in and Around Dallas by Dallas Moms
Local preschools and private schools in Dallas sorted by area for easy searching. Hint, hint: Now is the time to apply for the 2023 – 2024 school year!
Mother’s Day Activities & the Best Brunch Spots in Dallas by Katie Lewis
Use this for brunch inspo all year long. And be sure to check with us in the spring for new Mother’s Day activity ideas — we update this one every year.
Raising a Child with Autism: What I Wish I Knew in the Beginning by Kathy Riojas-Crespo
“Our youngest son was diagnosed with autism so early that I can hardly remember a life before it. While the memories seem spotty, the feelings certainly don’t. Those feelings are still raw and real . . .”
Recreating Your Village in a Modern World: A Guide to Surviving Pregnancy & Postpartum by Jana Spillers
The perfect companion piece to our pregnancy and postpartum support guide. Don’t miss the great tips for surviving (and thriving!) in postpartum.
“On the worst day of my life and the following ones, I wasn’t being strong, I was merely surviving — and if that was what strength meant, I didn’t want any part of it . . .”
Top 10 Family Memberships in Dallas for Spring and Summer by Julia Acosta
A membership at one of these kid-friendly Dallas hot spots pays for itself before you know it. And plenty of the places on this list are open for year-round fun.