As my son’s 4th birthday approaches, I can’t help but reminisce about how he burst into this world. The truth is, I don’t remember one second of the actual moment he arrived. Not his first cry, not what he looked like fresh out of the womb, not holding him to my chest. I’ll explain why […]
Tell us a little bit about you: I recently moved to the Rio Grande Valley from Atlanta, where I lived for a little over 10 years; I actually grew up in a small town in Oklahoma. My husband, Jaime, and I have two boys, 11 and 7, and our dream is to start our little […]
Pumpkins, pumpkins, everywhere you turn in the RGV! Happy Autumn y’all! Once again, it’s pumpkin patch season.
At my house, the weekend generally means two days off. Which means two long days with a toddler who has the energy level of an overachieving camp counselor.
Happy first day of fall! It may not feel like fall yet in South Texas, but as the weather starts cooling down the RGV has so many outdoor adventures for the whole family. Here are Christy’s favorites!
There are few things more important that having your child properly buckled up when riding in the car. We encourage each of you to take five minutes to check out the Save Me With a Seat website or take advantage of this free TxDOT safety program.
Chances are, no one is taking you back-to-school shopping or for a physical. Let’s be creative and proactive as we take care of our inner and outer selves.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Top Ten Children’s Books to read to your children during Hispanic Heritage Month, as told by a Librarian’s wife.
I admit: before being a mother I have some very strong preconceived notions of what I would “never” do. Of course, parenting has taught me otherwise.