This past summer my daughter and I got the chance to travel to Ohio to visit my grandma, aunts, uncles and many cousins for over two weeks! I’ve been visiting family in Ohio almost every summer for as long as I can remember, but this was her first time meeting our “Ohioans.” I might add, […]
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I have always been aware that my daughter is listening and observing anything and everything, – even before she could speak. I had read that sign language was a way of communicating with an infant. I learned it was useful in cutting down on the frustration of both parent and child when trying to communicate […]
If sleep is for the weak, my sons have collectively decided that I will be stronger than Atlas. The screams of, “my ball!!” echoed in my ears as I covered by head in frustration. It was nap time, and both boys were confined to the playpen, safe, but royally ticked off. I just wanted to […]
A clean house. It shouldn’t be that hard, right? Think again. I’ve seen those cleaning schedules on Pinterest, and honestly, they overwhelm me. I’m mentally defeated before I even get started. There is absolutely NO WAY I can do all of that. Obvi. One look at my house tells you I just can’t keep up with […]
Dear Moms Near and Far, You are AMAZING! Sometimes we don’t ourselves credit for all that we do. From waking the kids up, getting everyone ready and out of the house on time, to running around getting to every destination on time (or a little late, but who’s judging), preparing all the food, cooking, cleaning… […]
Thank you, moms. You have served your family and your work is never done. You are the glue that keeps everyone together. It is all worth it. I promise.
At the heart of the RGV Moms Blog is a community of moms. We connect online … But mostly, we moms love to hug. And chat. And laugh. And share mama stories.
Hi. I’m Celeste, and this is How I Mom. Let me say right from the start: These are NOT things I’ve mastered, but areas I want to get better at implementing!
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 […]