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Santa Fe Fun for Kids

Oftentimes people think of Santa Fe as an adult-only town. And certainly it does have its fair share of fabulous restaurants, art galleries, historical sites, and shopping that we adults should take advantage of. But Santa Fe can also be a great place to take kids. Whether you are an Albuquerque resident in need of […]

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Albuquerque Botanic Garden :: An ABQ Oasis for the Whole Family from Albuquerque Moms Blog

Albuquerque Botanic Garden :: An ABQ Oasis for the Whole Family

Summer is just around the corner which means outdoor adventures! Our family is enjoying one of our favorite local outdoor spots–the beautiful Albuquerque Botanic Garden. After I had my first baby, I was anxious to get outside in the sunshine and fresh air. I discovered the botanical gardens and fell in love! With 1.5 miles of scenic walking […]

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ABQ Moms Blog Dion's Tour

Ode to Dion’s

Our team was so excited to be invited by Dions for a tour and get behind the scene action for this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are of our own.Dion’s, Dion’s I adore thee. Cheesy goodness on a plate! Online orders, never late Thy ranch, chile, subs, and drive thru My children […]

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Non Dinner Dates: ideas to mix it up in Albuquerque

Don’t get me wrong, I love a nice dinner date.  Especially the kind that involves just a bit of dressing up and some delicious local food. But sometimes it’s nice to mix things up and try something new and different.  My husband also enjoys doing something instead of just eating and talking.  So here’s to trying something other […]

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5 Things to do for fall in Albuquerque from Albuquerque Mom's Blog

5 Things to Do in Albuquerque in the Fall

5 Things to do in Albuquerque in the Fall When I was in college one of my roommates had an intense love of fall. The kind of love that never stumbles or falters. The kind that leaves you anxiously waiting with bated breath for the leaves to change, the air to cool, and the pumpkins […]

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El Rancho De Las Golondrinas From Albuquerque Moms Blog

El Rancho de Las Golondrinas

If you grew up in Albuquerque, I imagine you took a school field trip to El Rancho de Las Golondrinas in fifth grade. But for those of us who are transplants, a trip to Las Golondrinas is well worth the 45-minute drive up Interstate 25. If the last time you visited included a ride on […]

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5 Places to Find Cold Treats in the 505 from albuqerquemomsblog.com

5 Places for Cold Treats in the 505

Today I thought I would share with you 5 places to find cold treats in the 505. If you are anything like me, one of the most important lists to have during the summer isn’t a bucket list of activities to do (though that’s well and good), but a list of places to find cool treats, […]

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MUNDANE MOMENTS | Albuquerque Moms Blog

Making the Most of the Mundane Life Moments

I recall daydreaming of different adventures I would take throughout my life.  When I was young, I thought adulthood encapsulated the most exciting part of life, and I couldn’t wait to grow up.  Part of my 20’s was characterized by this lavish idea of adventure as I traveled the world after college.  I turned 30 […]

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how to set a summer schedule from Albuquerque moms blog

How to Set a Summer Schedule

If you are anything like me and have had one or more of your kids in school over the past year, you may be asking yourself, “What in the world did I ever do BEFORE they were in school?” The answer to that my dear friends is, “I have no freaking clue”. Seriously, it’s like […]

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May the Fourth Be With You from Albuquerque Mom's Blog

May the Fourth Be With You

May the Fourth Be With You. “Say what” you ask? Well I’m happy to tell you! Growing up I was exposed to all kinds of greatness. Lord of the Rings was part of my bedtime story rotation, Star Wars (episodes 4,5,6) were regularly watched, and Ender’s Game is still one of my favorite books. We […]

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Water Park: 411 on ABQ’s Hotel Cascada

Hotel Cascada boasts New Mexico’s one and only indoor water park. Until I had the opportunity to experience it with my family, it had always been surrounded by mystery amongst my mommy peers and I. We wondered: Do you have to stay there to play there? Is it expensive and will my preschool aged children enjoy it? […]

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