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So Your Child Wants to Participate in the Games | East Texas Moms Blog

The Big Games are a big deal in our house. It is, in its own right, a THING. Even though water is our jam, with swimming being a part of the summer games, we pretend that we know all the things about halfpipe and triple axels, as if we were snowboarders and skaters. One must […]

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How To Handle Naysayers Like A Boss | East Texas Moms Blog

Bye Felicia. They are everywhere. Critics. Folks who always seem to have an opinion on every little choice you make. You do too much. Your kids are too involved. You are always working. And on and on. Somebody somewhere is always going to have an opinion on why your choices are…BAD. But guess what? They […]

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Raising a Joseph in a Justin World | East Texas Moms Blog

Back in October, my daughter got “booed” for Halloween by a sweet young boy in her school. He did the most amazing job on her boo gift. It was the cutest thing. They are 10. Things like this are still in the cute stage. This is what I’m telling myself anyway. But my oldest. Sigh. […]

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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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Art Class – A Great Option for Kids {Renaissance Southpaw Art Studio}

We all want our kids to find activities to enjoy and excel at, and I have found just the right activity for my middle child!  For the past month, she has been attending a weekly art class taught by Renaissance Southpaw in Lindale. During the first class, my daughter learned about one point perspective drawing.  […]

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