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ladies of lineage

The Ladies of Our Lineage

Her name was Evelyn, and she spent most of her life in Florida. I want you to picture her red hair, probably wavy from all that salty air. She had five children and was married to a railroad man. She was born in July 1891 and would never have worked outside her home. Managing a […]

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Revive & Refresh Your Holiday Event

Guests will enjoy a fashion show by local boutiques, hor doeuvres, shopping from over 30 vendors, craft & home décor ideas. Food is provided by Pullin Premium BBQ, there will be a signature drink by Enchanted Rock Vodka, wine by Callie Wines and much more. Door prizes, and raffle items.  All raffle money and part of the event proceeds will go to The San Antonio Zoo. Tickets are only $15 and all attendees will receive a free swag bag. Be one of the first 50 paid and registered guests and receive a beautiful Holiday Bracelet valued at over $25. Attendees will receive a free swag bag filled with holiday goodies. Register at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eeksc7qyfef2b80c&oseq=&c=&ch=

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heintz preschool

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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I am a San Antonio Mom

I am a San Antonio Mom :: Hon. Luz Elena D. Chapa, Justice, Fourth Court of Appeals

Back in 2012, when Luz Elena D. Chapa was campaigning for a seat on the Fourth Court of Appeals, a mutual friend praised her as an “intellectual” and “keen on women’s rights.” I’ve been wanting to reach out to her, and the launch of the new “I am a San Antonio Mom” series at Alamo […]

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Why It Was Important to Me to Nurse

Perspectives on Parenting: Why it was important to me to nurse

Motherhood comes with a host of choices to make about what is best for you, your family, and your child.  We at Alamo City Moms Blog have a variety of moms who want to embrace these choices instead of feeling guilty or judged for them!  We are continuing our series, Perspectives on Parenting, and this month we are tackling […]

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