Allison Ezell

Allison Ezell
Allison and her husband, Blake, grew up in Dallas and made the move to the 'burbs in 2010 when she began teaching middle school in Frisco. After attending Texas A&M University for her undergrad, Allison came back to Dallas in 2008 to pursue her Master's of Education from SMU. Over the last ten years, she has taught everything from preschool to eighth grade and has a huge passion for literacy. Today, McKinney is home for her family of five which includes Carter (7), Kate (5), and Brooks (3), who was adopted from China in 2016. When she's not chasing the kids around, she can be found drinking coffee, running, avoiding the laundry, traveling, or headed to a girls' night. Follow her self-proclaimed hot mess on Instagram!

Don’t Forget Your Audience, Mama: Creating a Healthy Body Image in Kids

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Ditch the Screens: Celebrating Play at Little Land Play Gym

This post has been sponsored by Little Land Play Gym of Fairview. All opinions are 100% our own! If you're anything like me, I worry a lot about milestones. Completing those questionnaires on what my...

Why My Imperfect Home is the Perfect Place for Connection

This past week at Bible study, I sat at a table with six amazing women discussing clutter. We all have it—the piles, the shoes (my personal nemesis), the never-ending pile of preschool artwork, the...

But, Where is His Real Mom?

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When It’s More than Just a Head Tilt: Our Journey with Torticollis

Let me paint a picture for you of where we were about six years ago today. Our baby girl, Kate, is six weeks old with what appears to be the beginnings of colic. She...

New Hope Christian Academy :: Individualized Instruction in an Urban Setting

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When The World Tells My Daughter Lies

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From Strangers to Neighbors to Friends

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