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In this episode, Natalie encourages those of us who find ourselves giving up on New Year’s resolutions, Jenny tells us why ‘quaratinis’ just aren’t for her, Lizzy lets us in on her journey through postpartum depression and from Maria – a story about getting to know your kids through a simple game.
Posts in this episode include:
What I Learned About My Kids from a Game of Uno by Maria
To You, When You’re Thinking About Giving Up Your New Year’s Resolutions by Natalie
No Quarantini for Me by Jill
Mental Health is the New Black by Lizzy
A fifth-generation San Antonionian - who happened to spend her formative years in Austin - Amanda loves the SAT from the confetti in her hair to the bluebonnets under her feet. Never one to miss a reason to host a party or decorate for a theme, Amanda revels in the 'mas Fiesta' attitude of the city. She's mom to Vivi (2012) aka #HurricaneVivi, Mac (2020) and wife to Francois, whom she met at Texas A&M (FTAC '05). She has a Masters in Early Childhood Education and a Doctorate in Making it Up As She Goes - which means she's a sometimes-fun-mom. You can find her on
. She loves confetti, croissants, and a cold Ranch Water.
Johnson Street footbridge in King William
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