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Holiday Volunteer Opportunities in San Antonio

Holiday Volunteer Opportunities in San Antonio

Yesterday, Alamo City Moms Blog announced the launch of Operation #acmbspreadjoy. Together with our readers, we hope to spread joy across San Antonio by doing good deeds and showing kindness to others throughout the month of December. Today we’re highlighting several local organizations that are in need of volunteers this holiday season. Get involved, and […]

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Modern Day Mom Shaming

Modern Day Mom Shaming: Think Before You Type

OK, so I may be a little biased, but one of the many things I love about Alamo City Moms Blog (ACMB) is the variety of stories we share each day with you, our wonderful readers. Our team has experienced amazing growth since the blog first launched, and as one of the now 27 women on our contributor team, […]

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Instagram REV

My 50 Favorite Instagram Accounts

You may or may not have heard of a little app available on your smartphone or computer called Instagram. Sound familiar? It’s consistently rated in the top five FREE apps available to smartphone users, and if you haven’t joined in the fun already, I highly encourage you to do so! Instagram is my jam. I […]

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An Ode to Friendship

I’m not sure when exactly it happened; but when my world turned upside down last year, I found myself weeding out the friendships in my life that I no longer needed to help me survive each day as a wife and a mother. Although it may sound incredibly selfish, I started to put the very little […]

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My little elf on the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree.

The Magic of Christmas: I Still Believe

I live for the magic of Christmas. In fact, I still believe in Santa. No, seriously…I’m a 32-year-old mother of two, and I still believe. Full disclosure: I honestly did believe in Santa until I was well into my elementary school days. I would never admit it to anyone else; but I literally believed in […]

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Simple Strategies for Learning to Play With Your Child

Simple Strategies for Learning to Play With Your Child

This past March, after many years of struggle and turmoil in our family, we finally discovered my four year-old son, Tommy, has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). In her book, No Longer A SECRET, Dr. Lucy Jane Miller describes  SPD, “…in simple terms, is difficulty taking in and interpreting sensory information so that an appropriate response can be […]

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