Portions of this post were originally published in May 2015 by Brooke Meabon. Summer is here, and many San Antonio families are ready to get out and explore again. Whether you're in the mood for a road trip or looking...
Spring is my favorite time of year in San Antonio. The bluebonnets are out, it's not 1000 degrees yet, and best of all, the patios are poppin'. With the decrease in COVID cases and rise in vaccinated adults, my...
This post is brought to you by the City of Boerne. FINALLY! The GNO you really need…Diva Night on Boerne’s Hill Country Mile. It’s definitely time for a girls’ night out, safely of course, and Boerne’s Diva Night on April 8...
What do The Pandemic, working from home, and a freak winter storm in Texas have in common? If you guessed the ability to put a damper on the romance in your relationship, then you're right! These days, we are...
Special thanks to former contributor Christie Cuthbert for sharing the fun ways she celebrates with her family. Check out her new book, "The Mischief Makers: A Series of Shenanigans and Brotherly Love" available on Amazon.  St. Patrick’s Day is around...
Spring Break is upon us! After the year we've had, many of us are itching to get out of the house. While a big, family vacation might not be in the cards yet, consider a day trip to a...
Welcome to the ACM book club! For more information on what we're reading and how this works, click/tap here. Book of the Month: The Idea of You by Robinne Lee Review "Lee starts the story off with a somewhat outrageous scenario: The...
Mural hunting in San Antonio won’t leave you disappointed - the city is full of public art and iconic murals. So if you want to find some of the best murals in San Antonio, you clicked on the right...
Spring Break is upon us, and if you’re like me, the idea of staying cooped up in the house all week with restless, bored kids is enough to make your head spin. My family loves trying new places and...
The list of what makes San Antonio a great place to live/thrive is long, but always near the top of my list is the awesome number of things to see and do. In spite of masks, social distancing, and...
  As a Helotes native, twice removed and back forever, I have grown quite fond of our revival and eclectic charm that once was. The traffic grows and the people crowd but Old Town Helotes continues to feel like home. Just...
If ever there was a year that needed a bit of extra sparkle, 2020 is it. The glow and twinkle of holiday lights seems to make everything brighter, cheerier, and festive. And even better: you can walk around and...
This post is brought to you by The DoSeum. I have raised my three boys from infancy in the hallways of The DoSeum, and so many joyful memories have been cemented here. A morning outside at the water tables began...

Where to Get Your Dino On

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Raise your hand if you’re raising a future paleontologist. Yep, that’s me. And I’m betting that more than a few of you are in the same boat. I’ll admit, I knew nothing of dinos when I was a kid, but...

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Volunteering As A Family In San Antonio

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Mayor Ron Nirenberg said it best: the pandemic laid bare the inequities that existed in San Antonio and communities around the world. Volunteering as...