We’re all guilty of using the phrase, “new year, new me,” and this year I’m not even going to try with that mess. I’ve tried sticking to workout regiments, fads, and meditation. The only one that truly lasted was meditation. This year, I’m not trying to stick to a resolution. This year, I’m putting myself […]
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It happened again. Another viral video tugs at my heart ovary strings. This time, a baby-wearing mama serenades her sweet baby with a song as the incredibly photogenic baby adoringly gazes up at her in awe. I watch it from beginning to end… and then I do it again… and okay, maybe one more time. […]
We’re excited to partner with Catia Holm for Bloom 2017! Meet Catia Catia Hernandez Holm inspires audiences through her candid and poignant motivational writings, videos, and her signature movement, the “Confidence Revolution.” She teaches us how to experience peace and joy, and how to make the most of our days. Through her writing and speaking, […]
Last night, I slipped on my kid’s vomit. Somehow, thanks to tag-team parenting, we made it through the…mess.
It’s the cutest thing my four-year-old son is doing these days, calling together a “family hug.” I don’t know exactly where he learned this. We are unabashedly tablet and TV friendly in our home, so maybe I can thank children’s programming? All I know is that I did not start this, but I never […]
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 […]
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 […]
The key to saving money- or getting it back- requires some good old fashioned communication skills: letters and phone calls.
Dear Newlywed, Looking back over the last decade of marriage, I have a thing or two to share with your naïve, confident and optimistic little self.