In keeping with the resolution/ goal-making theme of the new year, we wanted to share eight simple ways we’re making this week a little more healthful, happy, and fun. Power Protein Breakfast. We made these baked egg cups for breakfast and fell in love. Easy to make, easy to eat. (More ideas for easy breakfasts from […]
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I’m a runner. Most people who knew me pre-kids would concur. A few half marathons and miscellaneous races followed by three kids in three years has me now back at square one – itching to run again. So this year I have decided to run ONE MILE A DAY. Yup. Sounds easy and hard all […]
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 […]
Throughout most of young adulthood, I had an inner vow that I would never be angry and lose my temper like my mom did when I was growing up. For my brother and me, growing up was anything but safe and pleasant. We have overcome much. My mom was an alcoholic and we never knew […]
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 […]
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I’m here to tell you there is life after baby. But you do have to get back out there and find your passion again- or pursue a new one!
Potty training has probably been one of the most intimidating things about parenthood for me. My daughter is 2.5, so the time is nearing every day.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. No one should face breast cancer alone, not in the RGV, not anywhere.Over 2.8 million breast cancer survivors are alive in the United States today.