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St. Patrick’s Day Printables

 Today I am sharing a few St. Patrick’s Day printables that I am sure will put a smile on your little one’s face.      For this project you will need to print the bag topper. I would suggest printing it on card stock. This gives the topper a bit more weight and sturdiness. Cut […]

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An Evening of Fun and Laughter with Tracey’s Fancy

Alamo City Moms Blog loved partnering with Tracey’s Fancy to get the word out about her fantastic business! It’s all the craze these days: those cute wooden signs that adorn lawns and hang from doors of houses in your neighborhood. You see them in big box stores and all over Etsy, so we were thrilled […]

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Choose and Cut Your Own: Christmas Tree Farms in San Antonio and the Hill Country

Everyone seems more than ready to start the holiday season early this year, for good reason. It’s been a rough year. I’ve actually seen a few Christmas trees already shining through the living room windows of local houses! However, I’m betting most of us are waiting to get through Thanksgiving before filling our house with pine needles. So […]

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Hanging a Gallery Wall in Five Easy Steps

Alamo City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Framebridge to provide info about affordable and stylish home decor for busy families.  Creating a great gallery wall can be an overwhelming undertaking. There are so many possibilities—prints, art, photos, family photos, art objects, kids’ art—and how to frame or coordinate them all is a whole […]

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Six Ingredients to Raise Your Home-Cooking Game

Six Ingredients to Raise Your Home-Cooking Game

I’m pretty on-record that I enjoy cooking. I’m one of those people who reads cookbooks—the actual recipes—for fun. And, I’m not afraid to experiment in the kitchen. Over the years, through trial-and-error, passed-along tips, and amateur exploration of food trends, I’ve assembled an arsenal of ingredients that I will sub in at any opportunity. This post […]

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DIY Valentine Statement Necklace

So if you’re in the “under seven” crowd and still find noodle necklaces de rigueur, this statement necklace will be on your “must-wear” list for Valentine’s season this year. If you’re a mom who just wants a cool Valentine craft that doesn’t involve glue, glitter, or paint, (hopefully) this just made your day. This dyed noodle-and-felt-heart […]

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Upcycled DIY Kids Chore Chart

Have you noticed that there is a point when suddenly your depend-on-your-help-for-everything toddler blossoms into an I’ll-do-it-MYSELF-thank-you-very-much little person? I’m here to tell you: the best way to deal with that is to harness it. Use that new-found want-to-do attitude to your advantage and institute a “chore chart”—or, as we like to refer to it, a […]

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Easy and Inexpensive DIY Tutus

Easy and Inexpensive DIY Tutus

Am I the last one to realize how easy it is to make a tutu? Tutus are adorable, but I don’t always like the gigantic ones you see in stores…or the price tag that goes with them. I knew I wanted a tutu for my little ladybug’s Halloween costume, but I couldn’t find exactly what […]

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Is a Supper Club the Solution to Your Meal-Planning Problem?

It shouldn’t be that hard, cooking dinner every night.  And yet, it’s so hard.  To cook dinner.  Every night. Before I had children, the challenge wasn’t time.  And, I enjoy cooking, so the nightly task never felt like a chore.  Back then, what made it hard was planning meals around the package sizes of ingredients.  […]

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