We are honored to introduce you all to Dr. Alina Olteanu, the founder of Whole Child Texas, a pediatric integrative, holistic, and functional medicine practice; as well as natural treatments for Autism, ADD, ADHD, Anxiety and Depression, Asthma, Allergies, Eczema, Constipation, Headaches, and other chronic childhood conditions.in Frisco, Texas.
Meet the mama’s behind Two Board Moms: Nia and Devon, sisters-in-law who love to create charcuterie boards, party spreads and dinner platters, with a focus on healthy and whole ingredients, for our family and friends.
I’m Kristen, owner and organizer of Gracefully Nested in North Dallas. We are a Dallas based professional organizing company devoted to helping you declutter and organize your home with grace. We’re so glad you found us.
We are so excited to introduce you to Lauren Stack today! Most of you may already be familiar with her beautiful, swoon-worthy Instagram feed featuring an incredibly stylish family, gorgeous home and party decor that anyone would want to be invited to, and an all around positive + fun space that keeps you coming back for more! After following Lauren and her eye for design, fashion, and events for some time we just knew we had to get to know Lauren more and share that with you! Make sure you follow Lauren at @laurstack to see what we are talking about!
The difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist or general dentist who sees kids hinges on education and experience in dealing with and treating the oral healthcare issues of children, from infants through their teenage years. A general dentist typically completes an undergraduate degree, then goes on to complete four years of dental school to become a dentist, Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD). In order to become a pediatric dentist, a general dentist must then complete a minimum of 2 years of full-time residency training in all manners of pediatric dentistry and surgery.
Looking for ways to celebrate St. Patty’s Day at home this year? We asked Kathy Chattoraj, owner of Future Picassos, to share a fun project for kids of all ages—see below! Older kids can use these to draw their own and younger kids can simply color in the template.
The Frisco Area Moms Summer Camp Guide is here to help make your process of finding the perfect camp(s) for your little ones quick and easy, with all the info you need in one place! Scroll down for a list of local day camps, sports camps, educational camps and more! You’ll find the age range for each camp, dates, sessions, special offers and how to register.
Spending part of their summer at camp is one of those amazing experiences that will stay with your child forever. Use this guide to learn about some of the top sleepaway options throughout the United States. All of them will help your child gain valuable confidence, compile priceless memories and build lifelong friendships. We found a great article from the American Camp Association explaining why kids need camp this year more than ever! Plus, we’re sharing some of our favorite finds, from customized labels to clothing, to help make the camp experience easier (for both mom and kids!).
At The Local Moms Network, we’re moms committed to helping other moms. And right now in Texas, a lot of moms are dealing with unimaginably tough conditions due to the record-breaking snowfall—freezing temperatures, homes being destroyed and lack of food. Our hearts go out to everyone affected, especially the amazing moms behind our Texas sites—Cypress Moms Network, Frisco Area Moms, West University Moms, Katy Moms Network, Keller South Lake Moms, Kingwood Moms, Lakeway Moms, Memorial Villages Moms, North Austin Moms, South Austin Moms, San Antonio Moms Network and South Houston Moms. We want to help and know many of you do, too. Here are a few ways to do so. Have others? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add!
Frisco Kid’s Dentistry is committed to providing quality care and customer service in a fun, educational environment. They strive to build positive relationships with their patients while helping them achieve a healthy smile. They believe a key ingredient in children maintaining good health is parental involvement! So their goal is to educate both parents and patients to create life-long, positive dental habits.
We love this Valentine’s Day dessert board from our food contributor, CatwithaK Cooks, and think it will for a sweet activity and family-friendly snack. Not only is it colorful and festive, it’s easy to use it as a template and go with any ingredients you have—and your kids will eat.
Whether your kids are into football or not, having something to keep them occupied during the big game can be clutch. All the adults will then be able to enjoy the action on the field (not to mention the commercials and half time show!). We rounded up 4 of our favorite crafts from around the blogosphere, perfect for game time or any time you need something to do (which, for most of us, is all the time). Pro tip: for toddlers, use plastic cups instead of mason jars, for obvious reasons.
Today we are introducing you to the insanely talented and adorable, Kira Sauer from Domaine Design! Kira has an eye for all things design, decor + fashion! Kira is currently building a custom home in Frisco and takes her followers on her journey of designing the home, where she gets inspiration from, and also all things decor as she goes along. Kira also has the dreamiest house on 30A Beach in Florida that she also treats her followers to, whether it be through her stories or even a giveaway once in a while! If you aren’t already following Kira, make sure you do, you can find her at @domainedesign!
Recently, Bre Haizlip (“Dr. Bre”) gave an end of year motivational Zoom talk to the moms of The Local Moms Network. We all loved her down-to-earth advice and her commit to helping woman. For this week’s Meet a Mom interview, we spoke to Dr. Bre about her counseling and teaching career, her activism, some of her favorite mantras, and more.
Bummed about having to stay close to home this winter? We hear you. So many of our us are skipping family travel for the holidays or winter break. We hope these “staycation” ideas give you inspiration for this week, and the rest of the winter.
Happy Happy Friday! We made it through the first “working” week of 2021 which is a huge accomplishment in itself, haha!
Tell us a little bit about you! I am an Interior Designer. Coming from a modest background and being the youngest of four girls, I learned very quickly how to turn trash into treasure. I discovered garage sales, flea markets and thrift stores were full of priceless pieces that would make any room tell a story and feel unique. I took this early knowledge and refined it with a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design and became a Registered Interior Designer with the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. That accompanied with 14 years of industry experience in commercial, corporate, retail and residential design has molded me into the designer I am today.
Shopping in 2020 will be a little different, but we already know that… Here are some of our favorite LOCAL holiday shopping ideas for the whole family. So many unique and beautiful items locally, you have to check all these stores out!
Need a Holiday cocktail for a pared down holiday meal (or Zoom call!)? These festive sips will take you through New Year – and are easy enough to make any night of the week.
We are here to perfect our small Thanksgiving For Two game plan! For many reasons, throughout the years, my husband and I have been alone for the holidays. We lived far away from home, plus my husband’s parents are split between the two coasts! Not to ever forget the holidays I had to miss traveling due to being pregnant or with a newborn. Cooking for two is my specialty. I’ve been writing this blog called Dessert for Two for 10 years, and I have written 4 cookbooks all about cooking for two. You have come to the right place for your small Thanksgiving dinner ideas!