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Happy Birthday: Mommy Style

Happy Birthday: Mommy Style

I’m a twin, so I’ve always shared my birthday. It’s no big thing. I remember the first birthday that I celebrated while I was in college. My friends went all out with decorations and goodies, and I felt so special and loved. The day was all about celebrating me — and only me! Fast forward about […]

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Meet Renee :: RGV Moms Blog Contributor

Renee is the RGV Moms Blog Managing Editor, as well as a regular contributor. Tell us a little bit about you: I grew up in the wonderfully weird Austin on the 80’s and 90’s. After college, I moved to NYC where I worked as an advertising copywriter for eight years. Just before our daughter was born, […]

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Bloom RGV April 30 2016

Top 10 Reasons We’re Excited for Bloom 2016

Our first BLOOM event is just days away. Are you ready? Top 10 reasons we’re excited for Bloom: 1.) The Presenters You guys… a board-certified ObGyn, a confidence-building coach (who’s also a mom), and one of the region’s top chiropractors will be giving super helpful presentations and taking questions. Believe us— you don’t want to miss what Dr. Lee, […]

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Unconditional Love

  Is unconditional love from the heart or from pure sight of our children? What does it look like? How does it feel? What does it mean? Webster’s Dictionary gives us a word-based definition of unconditional love. The dictionary defines each word separately: Unconditional means “not limited in any way,” while love is “a strong feeling of […]

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Ask Me About My Busted Lip

Ask Me About My Busted Lip

I am not a victim of spousal abuse. I do not easily anger or get in fist fights. However, I was recently punched in the face by a piece of workout equipment. Hard. Let me clarify. My lip was busted by a slingshotting elastic band with a mechanism fixed to its end. When it happened, […]

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A Rite of Passage: Hosting Thanksgiving

I am a true adult.  Marriage. Motherhood. Work. Bills. Responsibilities.  Yep, it’s all checked off the “things that make you a grown up” list.  But, somehow, I especially feel like I have reached adulthood status during the holidays.  The feeling starts creeping in around November 1. The most wonderful time of the year has a […]

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