Nash Farms: First Fridays at the Farm

Want to take a step back in time to see a more simpler life? Earlier this month, my family had an amazing visit to Nash Farm where we learned about food on a farm in the 1850’s as part of their First Fridays at the Farm series. She Is Dallas Info: Nash Farm is the oldest operating […]

Log Cabin Village

There is a hidden historical gem over in Fort Worth.  It’s called the Log Cabin Village – a living history museum set in the 1800s – complete with interpreters and hands-on activities for all ages. Log Cabin Village, located just across the street from the Ft. Worth Zoo, consists of ten 19th century buildings, all […]

Sneaky Valentines Day Code {Activities for Kids}

This Valentines Day code is a secret spy code for kids.  Add it to your Valentines Day activities for kids for some sneaky fun.  You know us here at Kids Activities Blog, we are all about silly Valentines Day fun! Valentines Day Code Are you looking for a fun way to tell your kids you […]

Hardtack Recipe

As part of our American History lesson a few weeks ago, we visited the Texas Civil War Museum.  One of the things that impressed my kids more than anything was that there were hardtack {and sea biscuits} in the display cases FROM THE CIVIL WAR. Yes, this food was so non-perishable that it has lasted […]

Make a Viking Ship

My Reid(8) who is in third grade has been studying Vikings and one of the “enrichment ideas” sent home from school was to make a Viking Longship. Reid has been obsessed with completing this, but over the last few weeks there has been little time available for cardboard boat building. This weekend we finally had […]

A Home with History and Charm

A bit North East of Dallas lies a small town that has AMAZING Older homes…the kind of old homes with History and Character that get you thinking about commuting long distance just so you have the pleasure of weekends in the country at a Bed n Breakfast called ‘Yours’. I stumbled on such a house […]

Why Flower Mound?

When my husband and I first moved back to DFW we settled in Argyle.  We were planning to eventually build a home and the the Argyle countryside called to us.  Once we made Argyle home we started looking around for land nearby.  There were a lot of options in varying degrees of country-ness.  We couldn’t […]