Passionate About San Antonio
and the Moms Who Live Here
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There Is No Finish Line

The moment she feels her baby move inside her womb, she imagines the life her child will have. She tries to picture the precious face of her baby and what color her hair will be. She can’t wait to give birth, to get through the pregnancy and let her new life begin. The mother-to-be rubs […]

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Getting Wild At the New Witte

A huge gasp, followed by a shout of “AWESOME!” That’s what you can expect to hear time and time again when you visit the “new” Witte Museum. At least that was my six-year-old’s reaction, followed by, “This is amazing!!” A dinosaur connoisseur/aficionado/freak, his jaw dropped when we walked into the Witte’s new front entrance to […]

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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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Let’s Make a Deal: Unsubscribing from Email Clutter

In my single, no-one-to-worry-about-but-me days, I could shop like a pro. Matter of fact, I like to think I raised it to an art form. I had a terrific paycheck and, oh baby, could I spend it! I was also practical and always looked for the best deal. Fast forward a few years, and as […]

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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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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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