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Hey Summer, Bite Me

It hit me today. I’ve officially reached that point in the summer where I’m done. I’m not just done. I’m so-flipping-done-I-might-lose-it done, stick-a-fork-in-me-and-serve-me-straight-up-to-the-month-of-January done, I-may-or-may-not-have-just-signed-a-petition-for-year-round-school done. Done, y’all. Just done. I love summer. Come Memorial Day, I’m all, “Wee! Look at me! I’m fun mom, and our summer is going to be mindblowing! Swimming, no […]

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Heintz Preschool Offers New Programs This Fall

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Heintz Preschool to bring our readers information on their new programs, curriculum, and upcoming Open House. The mission of Heintz Preschool of Congregation Agudas Achim is to be a place founded on traditional values and to instill trust, honesty, and self-esteem to ensure a strong future for its […]

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Summer Grand Tour of San Antonio Public Library Branches

This summer, my kids and I are participating in the Mayor’s Summer Reading Club at the San Antonio Public Library. We’ve done the program for several years in a row, but this year we are raising the bar. Our goal is to not just read the requisite number of books, but also enjoy the events that are part […]

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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to July

ACMB has taken your comments and suggestions into consideration and we've put together this new format for the San Antonio Scoop. We've now got things listed weekly and monthly, as there was not a clear winner based on the survey results. We hope you find this easy to use and share! As always, I will continue [...]
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4th of July Fireworks & Festivities in San Antonio

Wow—there is no shortage of Independence Day celebrations in and around San Antonio! Just look at the list below with 22 events so far. We’ve included a lot of smaller events taking place in the Hill Country and surrounding area if you’re up for a quick road trip. If we’ve missed any good ones, feel […]

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Day Dates Around San Antonio (for Parents Who Can’t Escape at Night)

Once upon a glorious time, grandparents came to visit. Wait—just let me take a minute and reflect on being ultra-excited about visits from in-laws and/or parents. A couple of years ago, a visit from either set would have meant mad-dash, throw-everything-in-a-closet housecleaning, grocery shopping, and activity planning. We’d put the perfect host/hostess pressure on ourselves […]

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How long before my child is swimming?

Alamo City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Love to Swim School to bring you information about their swim classes, summer camps, and parents night out. Summertime in San Antonio is here! Spending time at your nearest swimming pool is almost essential for surviving the heat. Best of all, swimming is an activity all […]

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Pearsall Park: The Hardberger Park of the Southside

Pearsall Park, located on the city’s southwest side at 4700 Old Pearsall Road, is now open! It’s what I would call the “Hardberger Park of the Southside.” Hardberger Park is 300 acres as is Brackenridge Park, making Pearsall Park one of the largest public parks in San Antonio with more than 500 acres of park […]

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Sensing ratios in Mathletics at the DoSeum | Alamo City Moms Blog

Mathletics at the DoSeum Is a Summer Workout for Math Skills

We have partnered with The DoSeum to bring relevant and important information to ACMB Readers through this sponsored post. Mathletics is the first summertime special exhibit at the DoSeum, San Antonio’s museum for children. The exhibit has fun, math-related activities for a range of ages, and encourages kids to go out into their world this summer […]

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