A native Laredoan and San Antonian by choice, Kimberly loves all things sunshine and South Texas. A communications consultant by day and digital creator by night, she is a master juggler of all things family, friends, work and fun! Kimberly is married to her high school sweetheart, A.J., and together they chase their two spirited boys, Trey (2016) and Matthew (2019), around town. Most mornings you can find Kimberly sipping piping hot coffee on her back patio (trying to hide from the chaos that awaits inside!). Favorite Restaurant: Clementine Favorite Landmark: Landa Library Park Favorite San Antonio Tradition: Los Spurs

Stop the Scroll: 3 Reasons I Took a Pause on Social Media Apps

Doom scrolling is real – at least for me. I am an avid news hound, reading multiple sites and platforms a day on all things current events. Given the pandemic, all things have been...

2020 Thanksgiving Roundup: Where to Dine-In and Carry Out This Turkey Day

In years past, I was the queen of meal planning and prepping. I wrote lists, shopped seasonal items for best priced options, and chopped and prepped ingredients every Sunday to make sure the following...

San Antonio Physicians and Therapists for Children

A round-up of ACM’s Community & Conversation Recommendations As parents, it seems there’s always something or someone to worry about. I worry about a lot of little things all the time, but when something...

Peeling Back the Layers

I’m a mom of two young boys, which means our family’s television time typically revolves around all things cars and dinosaurs. My eldest son has been all about Disney’s Cars – 1 and 3...

Outdoor Fun in San Antonio: Parks, Trails, Day Trips & More

As we near the end of summer and prepare for back to school and all things fall, let’s not forget to take a pause and enjoy the great outdoors. From hiking and biking trails...

Poison Safety 101 – Summer Tips for San Antonio Families

A collaboration with the South Texas Poison Center, UT Health San Antonio Summer is officially here and with everyone hanging out at home more, we could all use a good refresher on how to keep...

Summertime Blues

It’s summertime in San Antonio and I have the blues. Coronavirus is still prevalent. The germs are still at large. And, normal still seems so far out of reach. Logically, I understand that by taking...

Story Time While Sheltering at Home: 10 Children’s Books About the Alamo City

I think it’s safe to say things look a little different right now. We’re working remotely, homeschooling our children, and trying to find ways to keep ourselves occupied as we shelter safely at home....

Working Out, Inside: Online Exercise Classes for San Antonio Moms

As some of us begin to “stay home, work safe” to keep ourselves healthy, we’ll undoubtedly be spending a lot more time indoors. And, while I’m extremely grateful for my job and the privilege...
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Spring Break Staycation: San Antonio Hotels Your Kids Will Love

Spring Break is upon us. We’ve made it to mid-March, and although it seems like we just wrapped up Christmas break, here we are again, planning and plotting ways to keep our kids occupied...

5 Ways to Practice Self-Love on Valentine’s Day

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about love and how we share it. Love can present itself in many forms – in relationships with God, friends, spouses, and children, to name a few. When...

San Antonio’s Top Kid-Friendly Restaurants

Let’s be honest for a minute. Dining out with children in tow can be, well, interesting. But, it doesn’t have to be impossible! In fact, with the right setting, it can be downright enjoyable...

Slow Down, Mama—and Read a Book!

Hey mama, slow down—and consider reading a book! If you’re like me, you long to read for leisure. Maybe you daydream about creating or joining a book club, screenshot the latest “must read” on...
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Lend a Helping Hand: School Supply Drives in San Antonio

Ah, back to school. For many, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Backpacks are purchased; summer reading books are (almost?) complete; the aisles of every store in town are bursting with pencils,...