What a year this has been! As 2016 is winding down, the RGV Moms Blog writers are taking a break to unplug and spend some time with our families over the holidays. We will be back in 2017 with great new content for you, but in the meantime we are looking back at 2016 and […]
Hello Winter! It’s the RGV Moms back again for our weekly Coffee Talk. Can we call it weekly now? This is our third episode and we had a lot to share with you today. Hear about winter car seat safety, our coffee date meet up last Tuesday, winter Mom Hacks, this week’s blog posts, and […]
After my husband and I were married, I ran outside to meet him at the front door every day in the evening. After being away from home for twelve long hours, it was exciting to see each other. I’d run and jump into his arms. Then comes baby! The first pregnancy was easy on my […]
I kept the toddlers by my side; I looked at what I planned to see; I picked out a few items… and then I made a mistake. I decided to keep looking.
We are beach people. My husband and I love the beach. We love our Rio Grande Valley beach, South Padre Island. Before our son was born, beach weekends were lazy, crazy and so relaxing. Our average beach day used looked something like this: Breakfast, beach time, soaking in the ocean, toes in the sand, beer […]
“What are you two going to have in common?” my mom asked, when I had mentioned that my then-boyfriend, at 14, was older than I. How much older? Just by a four-year punch but significant enough to highlight my taste in older men. I think I’ve always liked older guys. I kept trying to connect […]
Almost four years ago I moved to McAllen, TX, from St. Louis, MO. I had pretty intense culture shock. That being said, I’ve learned to adapt and like the Rio Grande Valley. [Related: NYC to the RGV] Here are 10 things I learned when I moved to the valley: After being taught all my life […]
It has come to my attention that my husband doesn’t know a few of the things I am entitled to do simply because I am his wife. For example, the ongoing agree-to-disagree, in which the wife always wins round one. Then comes the obvious others like: Reminding him of upcoming bills… weekly. Pretending to be in a deep […]