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 […]
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I’m here to tell you there is life after baby. But you do have to get back out there and find your passion again- or pursue a new one!
Chances are, no one is taking you back-to-school shopping or for a physical. Let’s be creative and proactive as we take care of our inner and outer selves.
The key to saving money- or getting it back- requires some good old fashioned communication skills: letters and phone calls.
Do you enjoy reading the RGV Moms Blog? Ever thought about writing for us, too? This is your opportunity to add your voice to our team of contributing writers. All local moms are invited to apply (see form below) by July 10, 2016! This is a volunteer position, but there are plenty of fun perks to make it worth your valuable time. Here […]
Nearly a year ago, I went from stay-at-home mom to full-time working mom. With that, my son Jacob (2 years and 9 months then), went from stay-at-home kid to school kid. The first year of school had plenty of eye-opening moments, most of them good. [Related: Cast My Fear] Here are the 10 things we […]
[pinit align=”right” count=”horizontal” size=”large” color=”red”] As a mother of three girls, there isn’t much time for me to have a hobby. But it wasn’t always that way. We’ve all gone through stages in our journey through Motherhood, have we not? I first started with scrapbooking, wanting to take photos of everything and anything that had […]
Hello you, How long has it been now? Ten years?! Time sure does fly by! I have attended quite a few graduation ceremonies recently, and it’s triggered many memories of you. Seeing so many high school seniors with wide smiles full of promise and hope has reminded me of the way you were. Strong, quiet, […]
“Because I told you so” doesn’t sound like a reasonable answer for our kids, now does it? Not for mine.