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Live the Battle for Texas Story and Party With Kid Crockett

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Battle for Texas: The Experience to bring you information on their dynamic, interactive tour adventure, plus news of their Kid Crockett birthday party packages at Rivercenter Mall. “Remember the Alamo!” If you’re a San Antonio native like me, that infamous battle cry and legend have been […]

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NBC Canopy Challenge 7-23-12

Adventures Abound at Natural Bridge Caverns

Thank you to our partners at Natural Bridge Caverns for sponsoring this post and allowing us to have a day full of adventure to check out all of their great activities! For more information, go check out I remember visiting Natural Bridge Caverns shortly after I first moved to San Antonio over 10 years […]

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Our first pop-up, a vintage 1973 Jayco Jaycardinal. In her prime, she was la creme de la creme.

Outside Our Comfort Zone: How Our Family Fell in Love with Camping

Real campers have gear. They own tents and sleeping bags and sleeping pads and propane stoves. Real campers have skills. They create fire by rubbing two sticks together, gather wild berries and cook their fresh-caught fish over their newly created roaring fire, and dig holes behind trees when mother nature calls. Real campers are resourceful […]

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San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to August Events

This month's Scoop includes a section for Back-to-School events happening around town. Some include school supply giveaways as well as opportunities for donations. If you're looking for local school start dates, be sure to check out Inga's latest post: School Calendars for Districts in the San Antonio Area.  Enjoy your last few weeks of summer break! [...]
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We all know what the Instagram version of a pool day looks like. This is the IRL edition.

Momentum Starts with Mom: The Great Inconvenient Truth of the Summer

We are moms, knee-deep into summer, and we hold this truth to be self evident: that nothing, absolutely positively nothing in the summer happens without our involvement. Our kids cannot go anywhere, eat anything, put clothes on, go to sleep, and sometimes, if we’re really winning, use the restroom without our supervision. I was only […]

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