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march scoop

San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to March Events

March is packed with events! And I suspect with Spring Break right around the corner, even more events will be popping up. Be sure to check back for updates. This month we've also included several fun events worth checking out in surrounding towns. Let's get outside, explore a new-to-you part of town, and enjoy the diversity of [...]
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When Kids Have Too Much

When Our Kids Have Too Much

What happens when we realize our kids actually have too much? Too many toys, too much sugar, too many “yeses,” too many extracurriculars? We’ve heard about the danger in spoiling our kids. We’ve also read articles telling us to spoil our kids (“They’re only little once…”). And then we’ve all ended up completely confused about […]

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Mother's touch

A Mother’s Healing Touch

Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” I don’t remember how old I was when I first woke up from a nightmare and walked into the kitchen in the middle of the night […]

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story of love

That’s the Story of Love

In motherhood, we don’t get many quiet moments. I’m beginning to think that’s by design. The incessant busyness keeps us distracted from the unavoidable truth about our children that hides from us in plain sight: year by year, week by week, minute by minute, they are slowly slipping away from us as they march on toward […]

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Tween and Teen Time at the San Antonio Libraries

This Ain’t Your Toddler’s Storytime: Tween and Teen Time at San Antonio Libraries

It’s no secret that your local library has a wealth of resources for everyone, but it has a special place for families. Usually, however, we moms tend to think of library programs as geared toward only our younger kids. I know when my kids were infants there were cute, short storytimes with finger-play songs and […]

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Bridging

Bridging the Political Divide

DISCLAIMER: This is not a political post. You don’t need to worry about differing opinions or heated discussions or hashing things out in the comments. Because this is a “how to deal” post. The online world has more than enough conflict and nastiness, and we moms certainly don’t need more of that. But it is […]

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