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Dear Mom, I am sorry to say that I am guilty of not truly seeing you while I was growing up. I was definitely not the easiest child — dramatic, fiery, and stubborn — in contrast to my soft-spoken, gentle and accommodating younger sister. Growing up I never understood how you were able to be so […]
As women, we share stories, experiences and our very lives with one another in a beautiful sisterhood of camaraderie. When I became pregnant with my first child, I was naive, but so very excited. My friends and family showered me with love, support, and glowing stories of the joys of pregnancy and motherhood. They never […]
It was at one this morning, cradling my coughing two-year-old, that I realized something. These moments are ever so fleeting. It’s easy to get caught up in the everyday business and difficulties and lose sight of that. His warm brow pressed up against my shoulder, his little arms curled around my neck; instead of […]
Are you a local mom with something to share? Are you itching to write about funny stories and helpful tips for moms? Are you passionate about motherhood and about building a strong and supportive community of moms? Then read on! It’s that time of year again when the RGV Moms Blog (that’s us!) holds an […]
To the moon and back: it’s a good way to communicate the indescribable love of a parent for her child. Even if it doesn’t always look that way.
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, […]
Tell us a little bit about you: I recently moved to the Rio Grande Valley from Atlanta, where I lived for a little over 10 years; I actually grew up in a small town in Oklahoma. My husband, Jaime, and I have two boys, 11 and 7, and our dream is to start our little […]
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Top Ten Children’s Books to read to your children during Hispanic Heritage Month, as told by a Librarian’s wife.