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Katie Wells

Katie Wells
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Katie resides in Plano and is a Stay-at-Home mommy who rarely “stays at home”! Between gymnastics, Bible study, and making the most of Mother’s Day Out, she is always looking for the next fun playdate in the area! Katie and her husband are both Mississippi natives and alumni of Mississippi State University. (Insert cowbell ringing.) They started out with a four-legged child, Manny, and five years later decided they were ready for the “real thing”. They quickly realized you’re NEVER READY. Greyson was born in October 2014 and has proved to be “a little Texas Tornado.” Her favorites include ANYTHING chocolate, SEC football, Netflix binge-watching, small town festivals, shopping the clearance aisle at Marshall’s, and throwing theme parties. You can read about her adventures, victories, failures, and everything in between on her blog, Two For One Wells.

I’m SO Tired of Being Offended About Everything

A few weeks ago, I was shopping with my four-year-old son. In his ultra-observant way, he complimented our cashier on her “necklace,” which, unbeknownst to him, was actually a tattoo made to look like...

5 Skincare Products That Have Changed My Face

It came quicker than I expected. THIRTY-FIVE. I officially crossed the threshold of a decade that put me closer to an age (ahem, 40), that I once believed and declared as OLD. Believe me,...

Lesson Learned: Talking To Strangers

Spoiler Alert: You are not about to hear an astonishing tale of how I barely escaped from a dangerous encounter because I broke the #1 Rule of NOT talking to strangers.  On the contrary,...

What Marriage Is NOT

My husband and I celebrated our 10-year anniversary last week. I felt like this milestone SURELY warranted a social media mention but for the life of me, I just couldn’t manage to boil down...

5 Tips for a SUPER Summer

If you’re like me, the fact that SUMMER is upon us is shocking, exciting, and terrifying all at the same time. Last summer, I had a newborn and I knew it’d be harder to...

What I Tell Myself to Survive {Every Day}

I recently was listening to a podcast that said, “The person we talk to the most is ourselves.” Then the question that the speaker posed was: “What type of conversations are you having with...

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk: A Lesson in Whining & Complaining

“Buddy, we have more milk.” “BUT I WANTED THAT MILK!!!!!!” This traumatic moment unfolded one morning this week. It is one of MANY similar conversations, and if your home is blessed with a three year old, the...

Breaking the Code: A Mom’s Guide to Acronyms & Buzz Words

If you’re like me, you’re starting to feel a little old. When you tell your kids “Back in MY day”, when your favorite song comes on the “Oldies” station, when the styles you wore...