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...
Staying home is not my thing. I like being on the go, seeing and experiencing new places with my kids. All of that came to a screeching halt the week after Spring Break thanks to COVID-19. When the Texas...
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 to kid-friendly swimming holes, explore...
So. Over. It. It's the cry from moms and kiddos everywhere. We've stayed in, stayed isolated, and done our best to stay healthy. The bad news? There's no end in sight. We have to keep at it to stay safe. The...
Summertime is here, and along with a number of summer camps being offered in the Alamo City, Vacation Bible School is a favorite summer activity for many local families. Though some may look different than in years past, many...
You might have been a kid in the 80s if some movies you can remember watching include E.T., The Last Starfighter, The Empire Strikes Back, or Ghostbusters, to name a few. And chances are you’ve got some entertaining to...
School has officially ended, though it kind of feels like it’s been over since March, and your kiddos are homebound for the summer. Summer camps are either cancelled or you’re not quite sure you’re ready for that kind of...
I’ve known for a long time that I’m an extrovert. My energy comes from being around and interacting with other people. I feel most fulfilled while surrounded by my dearest friends or family, chatting about our lives and catching...
The temperatures are rising and the last distance learning assignments have been turned in. Summer vacation is here, friends! But what does that even mean this year? We know that summer may look a little different in 2020, but...

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Expert Q+A: Dr. Lauren Sadovsky of Cevey Pediatrics

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Dr. Lauren Sadovsky is a General Pediatrician with Cevey Pediatrics who cares for children from birth until they graduate from high school, treating anything...