Motherhood and learning a new language are both hard work. For some RGV moms, however, motherhood may be a great time to start speaking the Spanish language. Becoming a Non-Native Speaker I began learning Spanish through highschool and college courses, but I was too embarrassed to speak the language. Although I married a native Spanish […]
Reading RSS feed for this section
Will you go with me on a trip? It’s a trip of the imagination. We’re going to travel back to a day when devices and their tiny glowing screens didn’t dictate our every move. Back before “screen time” was a commonly used word. Can you fathom a time like this? If, like me, you were born […]
To the moon and back: it’s a good way to communicate the indescribable love of a parent for her child. Even if it doesn’t always look that way.
Read with us! Read to your kids. Listen to your kids read. Read for yourself. Just READ. Celebrate Read Across America Day with us! #RGVMomsRead
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 […]
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.
RGV Moms Blog is thrilled to be a part of the 18th Annual National Read Across America Day! Read Across America is a motivation and awareness program by the National Education Association that happens annually on Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2nd). Our goal is to show the children of our community the joy of reading and build a nation of readers. […]
Download our free mobile app today! Don’t miss another post. Keep in touch with a tap of your fingertip. Hear about events all in one place. Shop RGVMB favorites and #shopsmall. We have developed an app for our readers to easily connect with amazing content from our writers, featured articles and guides, events for local […]
What?!!! Holiday Reading!!! The holiday break is intended for family and friends to celebrate the time of Christ’s birth. Most of us aren’t thinking of keeping our kids engaged in their learning. “The teacher wants us to do what?!!!” is the reaction we get when we send home a practice packet. It’s not a bad intention; the […]