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Making Nutrition a Priority :: Six Easy Tips to Keep Kids Thriving

March is National Nutrition Month, and as mothers, we can all relate to the ongoing mission {or saga} of trying to insert healthy food into the mouths of our kids. This can be particularly challenging in our current society, where we are constantly on-the-go and often rely heavily on snacks {read :: processed foods} to […]

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Why You Should Send Your Child to Camp Olympia This Summer

While this is a sponsored post, all thoughts are proudly our own.   We have TONS of amazing camps that we highlight each year to help Houston moms find the right place for their kiddos. We are moms too, so we totally understand how hesitant you are to send your babies away from you. In […]

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13 Books to Inspire Your Girls on International Women's Day | Houston Moms Blog

13 Books to Inspire Your Girls on International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day! I hope you enjoy these books about some incredible women. Disclaimer: We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliate sites. Pin this post and be sure to follow Houston Moms […]

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Dr. Seuss Day - A Celebration of Children's Literacy | Houston Moms Blog

Dr. Seuss Day – A Celebration of Children’s Literacy

This week we celebrate Read Across America, a nationwide event honoring children’s literacy. And at the forefront of these festivities lies the brilliant and engaging legacy of Theodore Seuss Geisel, aka. Dr. Seuss. His stories and illustrations have entertained children for over eighty years, spilling off the page and into music, film and the imagination. […]

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