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Saying Sorry Starts with Mom - East Texas Moms Blog

Saying Sorry Starts with Mom | East Texas Moms Blog

What do you want?! My head sank as I heard my four-year-old scream at his little sister a question I was guilty of yelling saying at my daughter all too often. She is currently in that maddening stage of knowing exactly what she wants but cannot clearly communicate all those wants. So she fusses and fits […]

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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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traditions

When New Traditions Become Your Tradition | East Texas Moms Blog

Ever since we tied the knot, I have been spending time trying to create Christmas traditions for our family. First we had the newlywed phase, where everything was new and fun. Then we had the baby’s first Christmas phase, where you want every single thing you do during the season to be memorable. Eight Christmases […]

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Transitioning from Santa for Tweenagers | East Texas Moms Blog

Every year I’m determined to make “this year different”.  I start out the season wanting to focus our celebration on Jesus. It never fails that I over-buy and over-stress and lose Jesus somewhere around December 21. It’s hard to be an adult and meet all your children’s whims. It’s hard to force Jesus on my […]

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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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