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Life in DFW

My life as a wife and mom in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and all things fun about it!

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Arts, Splash Pads, and Food Trucks -- A Day at DMA & Klyde-Warren Park

Debora Manusama

Summer at Dallas Arts District is always fun. You can start the day pondering upon incredible artworks at the DMA and then chill at Klyde-Warren park both without paying for admission! Here's a look of what these two downtown gems have got to offer!

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NatGeo Photo Ark, Hippo Outpost - What's New at the Dallas Zoo!

Debora Manusama

The largest zooligical park in Texas and one of USA Today's 10 Best Zoos in America  is actually located in none other than our very own city of Dallas!! Have you been there recently? Pay a visit, snap a pic, and you might even win awesome prizes!

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Garlic Knots, $3 Wines, Pizzas - It's Girls Night at Russo's

Debora Manusama

Delicious pizzas made of fresh ingredients, warm garlic knots, creamy tiramisu - I had a great time with my girlfriends at Russo's in Richardson, TX. Read along, leave a comment, and get a chance to win a $25 gift card!

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Healthy Food for A Happy World - Welcome to Dallas, Flower Child!

Debora Manusama

A bright and happy place serving good food made of quality local produce, Flower Child is finally open in Dallas on March 14! Very family-friendly with a good variety of menus, organic wine, and a mean olive oil and lemon cupcake! 

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For New Parents who Love Movies in DFW

Debora Manusama-Sinaga


Going to the cinema for a datenight might not be easy for new parents who got babies needing their full attention at the moment. Watching Netflix at home might be fun, but you still need to go out some times to watch the summer sequels no matter how overrated they are, right? Well, a really good option is to go to a drive-in! You can watch a new movie, while nursing your baby at the back seat and putting him to sleep afterwards. Your baby can cry or have his diaper changed anytime he likes because it's your own car, nobody's gonna get annoyed by your baby's crying! How convenient, right?

After looking for options, we decided to go to Coyote Drive-in last weekend, and we had a blast!

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset Located at our neighboring city, Fort-Worth, this drive-in has got 3 screens that projects 6 movies each night (2 movies per screen). The first movie screening usually starts at 9 p.m. and the second one at around midnight.

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So you come, pay for the tickets, and park your car in front of the screen, just pick a spot!

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Then you head here to purchase popcorn, refill-able sodas, cotton candies, pizza and even wine. They also got food trucks that sell gigantic turkey legs and snow cones. All topped off with a live music performance and most importantly, clean toilets!

With $8 / adults ticket fee, I think this place is definitely worth going to. We put baby J to sleep in the car seat, and we enjoyed the movie (well not really enjoyed it, Transformers sucks...sorry Michael Bay) screening experience. It's been a year since we went to the movies on a saturday night, so it was good to be able to bring a baby without worrying about him being loud and annoying in a public place.