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Weekend Guide

Plan Your Weekend :: December 1 – 3

Holiday season is in full swing and December is a busy month in East Texas.  With so many local events happening, we want to be your guide to planning the weekend. If you don't see your event listed here, please add it to our community calendar, send us a message or leave a comment. FridaySaturdaySundayDecember [...]
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Mom's Guide to December

The East Texas Experience ~ A Mom’s Guide to December

Establishing family traditions, especially around the holidays, is one of our favorite things about being a mom and having a sweet family. There is something so special about knowing that children will remember these moments for decades to come, and they may even pass traditions on to their families someday.  East Texas has ample opportunities for [...]
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For this reason, I want to be intentional with this “pre-talk”. It’s the first chance I’m going to have to prove to my kids that I’m going to answer their more awkward questions honestly and without shame.

Having the “Pre-Talk” with Your Pre-Schooler | East Texas Moms Blog

“Mommy, are you a boy or a girl?” Over the last few weeks, this has been my daughter’s favorite question. Wherever we are, whoever we see, she wants to know “are they a boy or a girl”? It is such an innocent question, and yet as soon as my darling three-year-old began asking it, I […]

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weekend guide

Plan Your Weekend :: November 24 – 26

November is a busy month in East Texas.  With so many local events happening, we want to be your guide to planning the weekend. If you don't see your event listed here, please add it to our community calendar, send us a message or leave a comment. FridaySaturdaySundayNovember GuideFriday November 24: Athens Turkey Trot | [...]
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I’m An Introvert – And Yes, I Agreed to Host Thanksgiving | East Texas Moms Blog

In my family, Thanksgiving is a big deal. So to host it is an enormous responsibility. When we were kids, Grandmother always hosted Thanksgiving and she made it a masterpiece. Grandmother always cooked everything. She wouldn’t have it any other way. It was as if the Pilgrims themselves had Thanksgiving dinner at Grandmother’s house. So […]

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