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Houston, We Have A Human Trafficking Problem

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and January 11th is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Most of us have at least a baseline level of knowledge around what human trafficking is, but essentially there are two main types of human trafficking – sex trafficking and labor trafficking. The National Human Trafficking Hotline defines human trafficking as, […]

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Your Parents’ Retirement Just Got Easier with Overture Sugar Land

Houston Moms Blog is pleased to partner with Overture Sugar Land to highlight 55+ Active Adult Apartment Home options to make the transition into retirement easy for your parents. There are certain realities hitting our radar as children of aging parents. They are entering or already have entered a new season of life. Retirement is […]

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Helping Your Baby One Bite at a Time with SpoonfulOne

We are proud to partner with SpoonfulOne in educating and helping moms introduce solid foods to their babies.Solid food introduction is always one of those early milestones that gets me so excited. We introduced solid foods to our third baby in late October, and even after having gone through this transition three times {and, knock […]

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Cheering for My Kids On and Off the Field

If you notice that our trunk is filled with camping chairs, you might understand. We’ve just survived our first season of school sports. My twins just played their first seasons of football and ran on their school’s cross country team. It was chaotic. And exhausting. And my three-year-old started calling our minivan “home.” But there […]

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Weekend Adventures as a Solo Parent

My two year old and I spend lots of one-on-one time together. My husband works long hours, sometimes up to 70 a week, which means we have lots of evenings and weekends, and sometimes holidays, alone without him. I know he’d rather be hanging out with us than working, so we all make the best […]

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Waves, Seashells, and Broken Things

“What do you think, buddy?” I pushed the loose strands of hair out of my face, their curls whipping my skin in the salty air and stinging my forehead.  He looked out over the ocean, his own summer-grown mop of straw being tugged from his head as though the wind were trying to steal the […]

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