Texans Sideline Experience

We recently got to see the Houston Texans warm-up for their pre-season game against the Patriots from the sidelines.  Down on the field, up close, with-in reach, all our favorite Texans players.  No, we don’t have any special connections.  It was part of the Texans Sideline Experience I got my husband for his 40th birthday.  You can do it too!  I’m sharing all the details of our Texans Sideline Experience.

Texans Sideline Experience

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Surviving the Summer as a Work From Home Mom – 5 Tips & Ideas

While we all look forward to the Summer months and school being out, working moms have a bit more preparing to do.  Here are five tips and ideas to help you survive Summer as a work from home mom.

Surviving Summer as a work from home mom

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4 Must Do Things at the Children’s Museum of Houston

If you’re looking for something to do with your kids to escape the heat of the summer I highly suggest a visit to the Children’s Museum of Houston. I took off work and spent the day there with B to avoid the weekend crowds.  It really was so much fun to see his imagination come alive as we explored the different areas of the museum.  There is so much to do and see but these 4 exhibits were our favorites.4 Must Do Things at The Children's Museum of Houston Continue reading “4 Must Do Things at the Children’s Museum of Houston”

End of Year Teacher Gifts

End of YearTeacher Gifts

Summer snuck up on me this year.  I was a little freaked out at first but now that I’ve got a plan, I’m ready and excited for summer!  Here are a few end of year teacher gifts and a bonus idea for students. Continue reading “End of Year Teacher Gifts”

Summer Activity Planning

Summer Activity PlanningWith summer fast approaching I’ve been working on getting a plan together to keep B from spending his days in front of the tv.  As a working mom that works from home it’s important to me to have something for him to do so I can get my work done.  Thinking this was only a working mom problem I asked some of my stay-at-home mom friends and found that they too are busy scheduling summer activities.  Now when I say scheduling I don’t mean the over-scheduled, helicopter parenting type of thing.  I just mean making sure you’ve signed up for camps your child is interested in attending, seeing which ones make sense to attend since you can’t be two places at once, etc.  As a work at home mom I do feel like I need to plan ahead a bit more and I’m sharing what goes into my summer activity planning.

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