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Why I’m Staying Home on Take Your Daughter to Work Day

The Facts  A lot of you are probably excited for Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day. This year, it comes up on April 27th! In 1992, the Ms. Foundation for Women created this holiday to promote self-esteem and go-get-em attitudes for little girls everywhere. For years now, it’s been changed from Bring Your Daughters […]

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No, It Wasn't Planned :: Answering the Awkward Question from Albuquerque Moms Blog

No, This Baby Wasn’t “Planned” :: Answering That Awkward Question

When my first baby was just eight months old, I found out I was pregnant. Again. As soon as I saw those two little pink lines, I went from being eight months postpartum to six weeks pregnant. Our babies would be 15 months apart–one year, three months, and 15 days to be exact. My first thought? Skinny jeans. My pre-pregnancy clothes were just starting to […]

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Tent Rocks :: Adventuring in New Mexico

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is another one of New Mexico’s unique landscapes. Tent Rocks makes a perfect Albuquerque day trip and is great for families. Additionally, my family often takes out-of-town visitors to Tent Rocks. Tent Rocks is a quick 45 min drive northwest of Albuquerque (near Cochiti) and located on Cochiti Pueblo jurisdiction. […]

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Backyard Chickens :: Fun for the Whole Family!

Last summer we brought home 6 babies.  They were soft, fuzzy, and oh so adorable.  These babies grew up and still have the cutest fuzzy bottoms and give us eggs everyday.  Our whole family has fallen for our backyard chickens. We’re fortunate to live in Albuquerque as it is a “chicken friendly” city. According to city […]

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Albuquerque Moms Blog :: Introducing Colleen

Albuquerque I moved to Albuquerque 7 years ago from Massachusetts. The move was essentially random. I came with a friend whose job had transferred her here. I was planning to continue on to the west coast. Well, then I met my husband, and here we are in the “Land of Entrapment” as they say. Living […]

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