Summer rolls around in East Texas and I begin to question my life choices. The heat outside can do crazy things to a person, but so can feeling like a prisoner in your own home. So how can one...
  Summer is all about the snacks. I have found that if my boys help out with a recipe, they are more likely to eat, which is a win-win! I get much needed help in the kitchen while the boys...
We are transplants celebrating the end of our first decade among the pine trees. It has not always been rainbows and sunshine living in East Texas. There have been years when I was dying for a chance to escape. We...
We've put our heads together as a team and found some things to do both ONLINE and OFFLINE while we STAY AT HOME! We also want to encourage you to SUPPORT LOCAL businesses as you can, when you can! EDUCATIONAL THE...
The warmer weather seems to be sticking around, which means it's time to bare our pale winter legs and enjoy the beautiful East Texas outdoors! One of the most family-friendly outdoor activities is to go on a hike together,...
What will your family do with this extra time? With school closures looming, families in East Texas will be left with what seems like endless family togetherness time. But you don’t have to squander every day away with video games...
::Presenting Sponsors:: A HUGE thank you to our friends at Sky Ranch Camps for making our 2020 Summer Guide possible. We couldn't make it happen without wonderful ETX partnerships! We are also thankful to our friends at TJC Summer Camps for...
Spring Break East Texas Style Maybe spring break does not look like a ski trip or a week in the Caribbean. Maybe spring break is staying home, resting and enjoying what you have near you. Here are some great ways...
 Visit Tyler and Caldwell Zoo recently invited a few of us from the East Texas Moms Blog to join them for Night Hike at the Zoo. Our night started by hanging out with the elephants; Tonya, the matriarch of...
I love the fall. New routines pick back up. Cool air is ushered in. Leaves get dry and crackly and (sometimes in East Texas) resemble autumn colors. Gourds are everywhere, shafts of wheat pass as decor and slouchy sweaters...

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A Change in Seasons | East Texas Moms

Interestingly enough, I started this post several weeks before Snowmaggedon 21 hit Texas. This post means way more to me now than it did...