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Best Grocery Pick-up and Delivery Sites in Austin

We all know the ills of going to the grocery store with kids: long lines, tantrums in Aisle 2, littles getting lost and the rare but all-too-familiar abandoning of a full basket after a half-hour of shopping because of a code red meltdown. Well, it’s high-time to explore an alternative: drive-up grocery pick-up and even grocery delivery […]

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Traveling With Toddlers — Tricks to Keep Them Entertained

My husband and I are thankful to have remained avid travelers now that we are parents. Our little girl’s first flight was to Miami when she was just three months old…this new mama HAD to get away to the beach and we chose the quick and convenient JetBlue direct flight from Austin to Ft. Lauderdale. […]

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10 Tips to Get Your Swimmer Ready for Summer

Get excited, y’all — summer is practically here! Here’s to long sunny days spent at splash pads, Barton Springs Pool and the lake! Swimming is a favorite summertime activity for littles of all ages and stages. I both adore and respect the water…I grew up on the Texas Gulf coast, am a former lifeguard and even […]

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Supplementing Infertility Treatment with Alternative Medicine

Like all scientific means to find remedy –from prescription medicines to surgical procedures– there is not much else you can do from a medical perspective but wait and see if your effort was a success. During infertility treatment, the emotional weight of your potential future child’s life hanging in the balance can foster feelings of helplessness […]

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Meet Lindsey J. Wiese

Hi there, I’m Lindsey and I’m looking forward to taking on this new role as a contributor to Austin Moms Blog! A bit of background on me: I grew up on the shores of Galveston Bay in a petrochemical blue-collar suburb of Houston called La Porte, Texas. I didn’t go off to college, but stayed in the […]

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