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The RGV Moms have partnered with Valley Care Clinics to bring this guest post on entering motherhood by Dr. Kristy Morales, OB/GYN.
RGV Moms Blog has partnered with IDEA Public Schools to bring information to our readers about their expanded Pre-K program across the Valley.IDEA’s philosophy: children excel in high school, college, and beyond if they’re fundamentally sound readers, writers, mathematicians, and thinkers. IDEA’s Pre-K program helps ensure every student is prepared for success in kindergarten and […]
If you’re reading our blog, you’re probably a parent — most likely, a mom. And we all know moms are the worst at putting themselves first. On the long list of things you have to do, finishing your degree or finding a better career path is probably dead last. But, what if… it didn’t have […]
The RGV Moms have partnered with Instacart to bring awareness of this grocery delivery service to the Rio Grande Valley and offer an exclusive coupon code for our readers. Which of these mom-types are you? We narrowed down the top 5 moms who need Instacart in their life. New Mom? Too Much Going On Mom? […]
This is a sponsored post by Mox Shoes. I was provided with a complimentary pair of shoes in exchange for my review. The following was written by me and is my own, honest opinion. Also, don’t miss their special offer for a 10% discount (with code RGV10) at the end of my post! I knew there were going to […]
We are thrilled to partner with IDEA Public Schools to bring information to our readers about their summer camp at Camp RIO!Where Education and Adventure Go Hand-in-Hand There’s so much to learn from nature and the world around us — that’s the philosophy at IDEA Camp RIO at Historic Lula Sams. Educators at Camp RIO […]
RGV Moms Blog is proud to partner with IDEA Public Schools to bring you this post. The following was written by William Corbit, Director of College Counseling at IDEA College Preparatory Brownsville, and a vehement supporter of IDEA’s “AP For All” Initiative.