Category Archives: Wise Reviews

How Elf on the Shelf is trying to Ruin My Halloween

How Elf on the Shelf is trying to Ruin My Halloween

As Halloween and all the fun family carnivals have started, my frustration with Elf on the Shelf begins. To those reading this post that live outside the United States, Elf on the Shelf is a children’s picture book, published in 2005, and it comes with a little scout elf which reports(tattles), nightly, back to SantaRead More

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How to Shop with Twins +1

How to Shop with Twins +1

Have you ever chosen to shop at a certain store only because they have certain carts that accommodate your children and not because that store has the best prices or even all the items you need? If you have twins, I know you have answered yes! This post contains some affiliate links. I love goingRead More

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15 Natural Remedies for Ovarian Cysts

15 Natural Remedies for Ovarian Cysts

Have you had, or currently have, issues with ovarian cysts? Problems from ovarian cysts can be very serious from infections to experiencing difficulties becoming pregnant to living life in a lot of pain regularly. I’ve posted about this before, but the responses and questions from women dealing with ovarian cysts keep coming up so IRead More

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My Favorite Tip for Helping Manage Outings with Twins

My Favorite Tip for Helping Manage Outings with Twins

This tip/trick is something that EVERY PERSON, with or without kids should think about: How often have you wasted time looking for your keys? Ever locked your keys in the car? Have you spent time wrestling the keys away from your child? Have you found yourself yelling at a loved one in desperation of findingRead More

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Puddle Jumpers vs Life Vests when Boating

Puddle Jumpers vs Life Vests when Boating

With Labor Day approaching many will be soaking up final summer days poolside or lakeside. So I’m excited to have one of our readers guest post today about her experience in boating and being poolside with twins. Several months ago, I wrote a post “Swimming Safely with Twins and Multiples.” From this post, I hadRead More

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Review of Haute Sweets Patisserie

Review of Haute Sweets Patisserie

We’ve had many inquires about a local pastry shop in the heart of Lake Highlands. Haute Sweets Patisserie located at 10230 E. Northwest Highway is indeed a sweet find. We sat down with Pastry Chef and Co-owner Tida Pichakron for a little Q&A to get the inside scoop on this exquisite little pastry shop. FromRead More

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Rodan + Fields Acute Care Giveaway

Rodan + Fields Acute Care Giveaway

Beth and I met with Mindee Haas, a Rodan + Fields Independent Consultant, to discuss their AMAZING wrinkle eraser, Redefine Acute Care. As you can see in my previous review of the Acute Care, these little overnight treatments pack a punch and change the way your wrinkles look. in this video Mindee explains how theRead More

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The Perfect Pair of Shoes

The Perfect Pair of Shoes

Everyone is always looking for that perfect pair of shoes. Let’s start with children/perfect pair: the shoes that younger and older kids can easily put on and off by themselves; they can safely run and actively play in; they are versatile enough to wear with nearly any outfit; and, best of all, they are THERead More

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A Summer Visit to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

A Summer Visit to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower

I had read about the summer activities on the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower earlier in the summer and knew this would be something fun for my son and I to do before he started kindergarten. They offer two weekly programs for families during the summer to participate in addition to enjoying the 360 degree viewRead More

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Technology for Kids: Our Review of Tech EdVentures in Dallas

Technology for Kids: Our Review of Tech EdVentures in Dallas

What can kids at the age of five do with electronics beside manipulate a remote for passive TV viewing or phlegmatically educate themselves via an iPad? At Tech EdVentures in Dallas, kids as young as four can learn how to use solderless breadboards, batteries, LEDs and resistors to create electronic circuits; create green energy electricRead More

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