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Archives for September 2011

Landa Library Park gets a makeover

Landa Library Park, one of our family’s favorite places to play in San Antonio, has a brand new look. Modern playscapes (one with a zipline-like feature) and more shade over them are the stars of this renovation, making a great park for kids (ages 0-12) even better. If you haven’t played at Landa Library Park […]

Wordless Wednesday: Pork Loin Success!

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Pin Tested: Dinner by Pinterest

Are you using Pinterest yet*? This hip, fun visual bookmarking site will suck more time from you than blogging, Twitter and Facebook combined. I could joke that it’s like crack but that’s not a fair comparison. It’s WAY more addictive than that. One of the boards I’ve set up on Pinterest is Eat it Up […]

Read, read, read

I can’t remember a time when reading wasn’t a part of my life. One of my earliest memories is of sitting on the couch next to my mom–a book perched atop her blossoming belly, her lap claimed by my soon-to-be born sister–listening to her read to me. Growing up I was one of those nerdy […]


One of San Antonio’s own mom blogs, is nominated for a Parents Magazine Best Blog Award in the category of Best Local Blog. Debi Pfitzenmaier created to provide San Antonio with a comprehensive guide to Summer camps for kids. As her site grew, Debi added informative posts and reviews about family-friendly events as […]

You learn something new every day

My kids will only be young once and I want to remember the sweet, smart, and funny things they say. Here are their latest thoughts on moms and dads and who makes the stuff that fills our home. My three-year-old yesterday: 3yo: “Mommies and daddies have to do LOTS of things. Me: “That’s right. What […]

Talking to your kids about September 11

Update: If you missed this show when it aired last week, you can view the entire presentation of “What Happened? The Story of September 11, 2001” online.  Talking to kids about what happened on September 11 is one of a handful of the very big talks we’ll have with our children, right up there with […]