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Practical Tips to Encourage Thankfulness in Preschoolers

As we enter this time of celebration, I wanted to share some thoughts and practical activities to encourage kids to be thankful this season and all year. At three-years-old, Rachel is thankful for her classroom guinea pig, Buster. Rachel’s friend, Lucas, is thankful for his stuffed kitty he has loved for as long as he can remember. During this […]

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10 Activities to Teach Kids Gratitude

10 Activities to Teach Kids Gratitude

With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching, there’s the constant reminder to be thankful for the blessings that we have. But getting kids to understand the concept of gratitude can be challenging, so we’ve put together a list of 10 Activities to Teach Kids Gratitude. Family Thanksgiving Journal This is such a fun idea from Kids […]

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Capturing A Moment in Time OneDay at a Time

We love to partner with businesses that we think are beneficial to moms, but what we love even more are businesses local to Dallas!  While this post has been sponsored, we’re excited to share the new OneDay app with you. Capturing A Moment in Time OneDay at a Time  I was laying down with my son this […]

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When Moms Cry: If Your Eyes Leaked Today You Aren’t Alone

“A Quarter of Working Moms Cry Once a Week, But There are Solutions.”  That’s how the Huffington Post headline read. The story intrigued me. How can “working moms cry” be a news story? I wondered. You see, I served a little hard time as a working mom. I cried a lot then. So, I wasn’t surprised […]

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Family Fun: Trinity Groves

When the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge was first conceptualized for Dallas, people joked that the project was a “Bridge to Nowhere”.  A lot has changed over the last few years and while the south side of the Trinity River may not be the most developed part of town, things are changing every day and you definitely […]

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The Little Gym: More than a Mommy and Me Class

Dallas Moms Blog has partnered with The Little Gym this fall to introduce you to the variety of classes The Little Gym offers around the Dallas metroplex. From Mommy & Me with your youngest to Sports Skills with your biggest, discover through these sponsored posts all that The Little Gym has to offer. The Little […]

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Fluoride Toothpaste :: No Longer Just for Children 2 and Up {Sponsored by Richardson Dentistry}

This post has been sponsored by our partner Richardson Dentistry to bring you the latest health information on your child’s dental care. Fluoride Toothpaste Should Now Be Used On Baby Teeth I love my boys to death, but for me there’s been nothing worse than trying to convince my (almost) 4 year old and 2 year […]

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Learning Letter Sounds with Kinesthetic Motions {+ Free Printable}

My son started showing an interest in letters at a very young age. While he was interested I wanted to jump at the opportunity to teach him his letters and sounds as they are the foundation of learning. Once he had mastered recognizing all of his letters, I knew we were ready to move on […]

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