New trends in baby stationery
Digital schmigital. We prefer to keep our baby announcements old school, with a pretty paper proclamation. And no, old school does not have to mean old-fashioned. Dallas stationer Heather Wiese, founder of bell’INVITO, …
Three easy ways tots can give back
Philanthropy isn't an easy word for a toddler to say—or understand, but the holidays are a great time to introduce the concept. Here are some local, non-intimidating ways to start.   Captain Hope’s Kids is running a toy…
Where to get great shots of the kids
Leave the matching Santa pajamas at home (please), and head to one of these quintessential Dallas spots—suggested by some of our favorite local photographers—to shoot your holiday card photo. Leanne Pyle of Tin Owl Phot…
Custom heirloom photography
Our generation seems to have moved past bronzing baby's first shoes. But that doesn't mean we're not sentimental. In fact, we're kinda flipping over DFW photographer Jessica Marchetti's heirloom photography concept. Foc…
Silhouette guru Karl Johnson heads to Dallas

iPhone snapshots of your kids are great for Facebook, but you can’t exactly hang them on your wall. Instead, we love the chic, retro-classic appeal of silhouette cutouts.

A unique way to photograph your pregnancy

No matter how uncomfortable your pregnancy (especially in this freaking heat), it’s a nice idea to document that beautiful bump.

A cool way to preserve special moments

Instagram is the new brag book. But we’ve still got a soft spot for old-school keepsakes. Jenny Grumbles agrees.

Fabric-backed birth announcements

We’re not willing to lose the battle to digital baby announcements just yet. In fact, the thicker the paper the better. So we kinda flipped when we discovered HB Designs . . . .