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Hispanic Heritage Month | Albuquerque Moms Blog

Hispanic Heritage Month :: Celebrate & Learn with Your Family

September 15, 2017-October 15, 2017 is Hispanic Heritage Month.  I remember growing up with the Spanish channel Univision on our TV all the time. In our home, evening activities included eating dinner and doing homework. Then we would sit together to watch the “good novela” at 8pm. And on Saturdays we’d watch Sábado Gigante. During the commercial […]

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Mom’s Night Out { Event Recap }

We had an absolutely fantastic time at Mom’s Night Out last week. And by the look of these gorgeous photos from Licht Photography, you all did too! If you weren’t able to join us this time, we certainly hope to see you at a future event.  First of all, thanks to Smith’s ClickList for sponsoring […]

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Foster Care Supply Drive | June 3rd

Partner with Albuquerque Moms Blog for a supply drive to provide CYFD’s requested items for foster children awaiting placement. Together we can make Albuquerque a better place for children. Deliver items for the supply drive to Vista del Norte Park on Saturday, June 3 from 9:30-11:00 a.m. The unfortunate plight of many children in Albuquerque is […]

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Día del Niño Albuquerque Moms Blog

Celebrate Día del Niño!

Celebration of our loved ones allows us to reflect on their importance to us, particularly on days dedicated to a specific person, such as Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. Countries all over the world dedicate a day to the celebration of the ones that, for many of us, are the light of our lives: our […]

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Malaika Marks behind her counter of goodies!

Fun Meets Decadence at Trinity’s Custom Dessert Studio

I don’t often order dessert, especially at lunch, but when you eat at a restaurant that is connected to their bakery, you get dessert.  Last week, I tried a restaurant called Bucket Headz for the first time.  This little Southern home cooking restaurant is a hidden gem, owned and operated by veterans.  It’s an Albuquerque […]

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Creating Community Around Halloween from Albuquerque Moms Blog

Creating Community Around Halloween

Creating community around Halloween doesn’t have to be hard. I love fall. The changing of the leaves, the cooler days, the longer nights. And let’s be real here, fall clothing is the best. Boots anyone? But those aren’t the only things awesome about fall. There are football games, fall carnivals, and pumpkin patches. And let’s […]

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