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Albuquerque Moms Blog :: Introducing Laura Holland

Albuquerque  My love of Albuquerque came slowly.  A country girl, I grew up in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico.  I moved to Albuquerque in 2006 to pursue a B.A. in creative writing at the University of New Mexico.  At first, I hated the city and felt terribly homesick.  However, I began taking daily […]

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The Waiting Game: Trying to Conceive from Albuquerque Mom's Blog

The Waiting Game: Trying to Conceive

Trying to conceive can feel like the waiting game before the nine month waiting game we’re dreaming about. It’s been 5 months and 4 periods since I got my IUD out and this aspiring mom is still not pregnant. If you’ve been following my posts you know this comes as quite a shock to me. I […]

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5 Things To Do In Albuquerque Before You Get Pregnant from Albuquerque Moms Blog

5 Things To Do in Albuquerque Before You Get Pregnant

If you’re an aspiring mom, you’ve no doubt seen eight million lists of things to do before you get pregnant: save money, spend time with your partner, take prenatals, sleep, go to Europe, etc. Great advice. But what are the things in Albuquerque to take advantage of before your lifestyle changes for baby? Here’s my top 5 for […]

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Ready to have a baby?

You’re ready to have a baby …you think.

You’ve created a Pinterest board. You’ve daydreamed about snuggling your baby and kissing its little melon head. You wander through the baby aisle at Target on your way to…wherever (we both know you weren’t really heading to electronics). You’re ready to have a baby…you think. Maybe it’s just now occurred to you that you’re ready. […]

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Aspiring Mom: Planning Pregnancy in Albuquerque

The road through motherhood is not always clear or bright. It can be fraught with woes and quite lonely, despite the constant proximity of little ones—or so I’ve heard. But the road to motherhood, the on-ramp from childless lady to mommy can also be lonely. And it’s foggy. Visibility is low and you sort of […]

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