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Parents of Struggling Kids, I Believe You

A few months ago I wrote a blog post about my daughter’s struggle with Pediatric Autoimmune Disorder Associated with Strep (PANDAS) and PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Disorder). With PANDAS, the brain becomes inflamed by a misdirected autoimmune response to a strep infection. PANS includes a broader set of environmental and infectious triggers with the same […]

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What I Wish I Had Done Sooner: Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) Lessons

Disclaimer: Drownings can occur with experienced swimmers; please find a teaching method of swimming that fits your family. This is the experience of the writer and cannot substitute for your own research and/or experiences. No two children are the same, and every child may respond to teaching methods differently. My overachieving tendencies began at a […]

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One Workout at a Time: Sticking to My Resolutions

It’s April. I’ve stuck to my New Year’s resolution, and I’m still going to the gym. Thanks for checking in! While you’re here, could you compliment my biceps? Don’t they look toned? Am I crazy, or does my hair look stronger to you? It seems stronger. These past few months, I’ve crawled (bear crawled) my […]

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Redo Your Resolutions at Ideal Weight Loss of San Antonio

We are thrilled to have partnered with Owen Chiropractic and Ideal Weight Loss to bring you this sponsored post.Did you make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? Maybe you’re like a lot of moms and you were 100% all about and committed to losing weight, but then found yourself losing steam after a few […]

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Remedy Urgent Care: A Busy Mom’s BFF

ACMB is happy to partner with Remedy Urgent Care to share information about their services with our readers.  This is a sponsored post.   School drop-off. Work. Pick-up. Swimming. Reading minutes. Sight words. Dinner. Bath. Bed. I feel like we’re insanely busy, and we’re only three months into Kindergarten. I anticipated an ease-in-one-toe-at-a-time transition—not a […]

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Emergency vs. Walk-In Care: When to Go Where?

ACMB is excited to partner with University Health System to share this sponsored post on emergency and walk-in care. When your child is sick or injured, you want the right care and you want it quickly, University Children’s Health gives you options: PediExpress and the Children’s Emergency Department at University Hospital. “Mom, I’m hot. I […]

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Team Tritanium!

When my husband lost his legs in 2012, we became part of a community I never knew existed. Neither of us had any experience with prosthetics. I had never seen a prosthetic leg before, and little did I know they would become as normal to me as a spoon! The amputee community in San Antonio […]

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