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Patrick Dempsey couldn't have been more gracious and caring for those who use the center.

Friendship, Cancer, and & Dr. McDreamy

I know what you’re thinking. What does Patrick Dempsey and a cancer walk have to do with someone from San Antonio? Hang on, I’ll get to it. In September 2012, Seana, my best friend in the world, heard the worst four words one can hear after having cancer preventative surgery: You already have it. Stage […]

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Emergency vs. Walk-In Care: When to Go Where?

ACMB is excited to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post on emergency and walk-in care. When your child is sick or injured, you want the right care and you want it quickly, University Children’s Health gives you options: PediExpress and the Children’s Emergency Department at University Hospital. “Mom, I’m hot. I […]

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The Second Place Parent

When our daughter was two years old and very talkative, I was bound and determined to teach her to say, “I love you.” We bought cute books, practiced baby sign language, even had an Elmo video that talked all about saying it. I thought it was going to be this adorable and heartwarming milestone that […]

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Team Tritanium!

When my husband lost his legs in 2012, we became part of a community I never knew existed. Neither of us had any experience with prosthetics. I had never seen a prosthetic leg before, and little did I know they would become as normal to me as a spoon! The amputee community in San Antonio […]

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Our Firstborn: A Journal (Part Three)

Disclaimer: This post is the third of four in a series about one ACMB Team Member’s experience with infant loss. (Click here to read “Our Firstborn: A Journal [Part Two].”) We understand that this post may include language and ideas that are difficult or traumatizing to some readers and urge you to stop reading if […]

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Día de los Muertos in San Antonio

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, takes place on November 2 every year. In some communities, celebrations begin on November 1 for Día de los Inocentes, a day to honor children and infants who have passed away. Originating in Mexico, the holidays are a blending of Aztec and Catholic traditions dating back for centuries. […]

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Science Fiction, Science Future: Explore the Future of Science with The DoSeum

We are always thrilled to partner with The DoSeum. This is a sponsored post. Robots. Mind Control. Holograms. Augmented Reality. San Antonio. What do all of these have in common? The DoSeum! The DoSeum, a favorite of San Antonio families, just unveiled its latest exhibit: Science Fiction, Science Future. From October 7, 2017–January 6, 2018, […]

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Roll Call: A Guide to Schools in San Antonio

Some of the questions we most often receive are about schools in San Antonio, from “where should I send my child to school?” to “which schools in San Antonio are the best with/for ____?” We’re pleased to bring you a fantastic selection of early childhood programs (from day care and preschools to early elementary), charter […]

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Must-Do San Antonio: Artpace’s Chalk It Up

San Antonio is a city that loves to celebrate the arts. From museums like SAMA and the McNay, to arts programs like Say Sí, and don’t forget First Friday, there are numerous ways to enjoy and inspire our own budding artists. One of my favorite family-friendly art events of the year is coming up this […]

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Our Firstborn: A Journal (Part Two)

Disclaimer: This post is the second of four in a series about one ACMB Team Member’s experience with infant loss. (Click here to read “Our Firstborn: A Journal [Part One].”) We understand that this post may include language and ideas that are difficult or traumatizing to some readers and urge you to stop reading if […]

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