Katherine Hill

Katherine and her husband, Christopher, grew up in Dallas and met at SMU (Go Ponies!). They have been married 13 years, and although they love The Great State, they lived in DC and Baltimore for seven years, where they experienced actual seasons and great seafood! They made their way back to Texas seven years ago to be closer to family. While working full time and pregnant with their curly-haired Little Man (February 2015), Katherine completed her Master’s degree in Communication and Leadership at Gonzaga University. She continues to work full-time as an Executive Assistant in downtown Dallas. Katherine loves dining in Dallas’ local restaurants; chips and salsa are her weakness! When she’s not running after her family or busy with church activities, you might find her working on a homemade craft or two. You can catch up with her on IG @withlovebykitty

3 Things that Happened When I Started Juicing

Now that my second child is well on his way to toddler-hood, I finally feel like I'm getting back to myself. Thirteen months of nursing took it out of this old lady, and I...

Don’t Change Your Life, Just Change Your Chicken

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My Toddler Fell and Chipped His Tooth :: When to Call the Dentist

Bookmark this post. Make a mental note. If your child was born with a sense of adventure and isn't scared of anything, just know you can come back to this one. Brave, second, third,...

Four Skills Your Child will Learn at Camp Champions

After a full summer at home last year, I fully understand just how much growth a child experiences in those three short months. It's a change that just doesn't happen sitting in a chair...

Ways to Encourage Your Child to Wear a Mask

Mask wearing is a new element of our daily life. It's one thing to add to your checklist to get out the door each day, but it's altogether another to teach your child to...

How to Use Baby Sign Language to Communicate with Your Baby

I am fascinated by communication systems and how children acquire language. It comes from hearing sounds and words repetitively from their parents. As I watch my children grow and learn, I'm always tickled when...

‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market is going Virtual!

This post has been sponsored by the Junior League of Collin County. All opinions are 100% our own. The Junior League of Collin County continues to be active in uplifting the organizations that are supporting...
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4 Tips to Help Your Baby Sleep

I can’t tell you how many times parents have told me, “I just don’t think he’s ready for sleep training yet.” Or, “I know it’s a bad habit, but it’s working for the time...

Feeling Sick? Remedy does House Calls!

I don't know about you, but virtual visits with doctors and house-calls for sick appointments just went high on my list of preferences for this fall semester. If I don't have to load the...

Why You Should Hire a Postpartum Doula :: Babymoon Concierge

Sometimes, mom isn't able to do all the things. Sometimes, mom needs extra time to recover. Sometimes, dad is unable to be the extra set of hands. Sometimes, grandparents aren't able to be there...

Rules for Breastfeeding through a Pandemic

I can't call this anything except "pandemic breastfeeding". I never expected to EBF (exclusively breastfeed).  Had life after baby remained normal, he would have spent time in our church nursery, spent the night with...

4 Ways to Encourage STEM Education at Home

It's been months since LEGO Masters ended and my own little master builder has been dying for building inspiration. I've noticed he studies instructions in-depth and reads through them over and over to make...