Did you make a New Year’s Resolution? How about a list of goals or even a bucket list? Whatever your method for getting motivated, we applaud your efforts! These are just a few of the goals our team of contributors will be working this year. Some are small but lofty, others are all about mindset… and […]
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What a year so far! It may not be New Year’s Eve just yet, but the holidays have a way of making time fly. Those of us behind the RGV Moms Blog wanted to take a moment to share with our friends and readers what we’re thankful for this year. As a team, we’re grateful for a year that was inspiring, […]
The RGV Moms Blog is honored to share this guest post by Wendy L. Smith. We think Wendy’s personal story and powerful advice about mental health and family well-being is an important topic to bring up during the holiday season. I had the Fun Mom. Our house was where my friends wanted to hang out, mostly […]
Turkey, ham, mash potatoes, yams, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, dinner rolls… those are just a few of my favorite Thanksgiving things. But let’s be honest— mama needs a little help with all that! A few years ago, I took on the task of cooking my family’s Thanksgiving meal. It gave me great pride knowing that I […]
This has been my motto for the past few years. I was lost after losing my father, but his words have guided me ever since.
We are thrilled to be partnering with IDEA Public Schools to bring you this post, written by Jill Dominguez. Jill is the Senior Vice President of IDEA Public Schools in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.With 10 years of achievements under our belts, IDEA public schools have never been more committed to helping our students reach […]
Tell us a little bit about you: Hi RGV moms! I have lived in the Valley for 14 years now. I moved to deep south Texas by myself, as a single gal, for a new job. In my past life, I was a news reporter/anchor for Channel 5 News. Now, I’m married and have one 3-year-old son. I […]
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 […]
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.