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Is My Family Enough?

It happens every time I attend a party… full of 30 something women. Most of them moms of at least one at this point. Sipping our coffee, mimosa, cocktail, or glass of wine… the question emerges as we all gather in a circle for mom-chit chat. “Are you planning to have any more kids?” It […]

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Elora Ramirez

Meet Elora Ramirez

Hi. My name is Elora Nicole Ramirez, and I’ve been telling stories my whole life. Some of my earliest memories include reading Dr. Seuss books to the point I knew them by heart, editing my children’s books and Highlights Magazine to read more efficiently, and checking out as many books as possible from the library whenever […]

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Everyday Superhero

Living in a house full of boys, there are a lot of trucks, dinosaurs, and superheroes in my life. I love the idea of superheroes. The good always prevailing. My husband is MY everyday superhero. A regular Clark Kent. Dressed in plain clothes, never wanting to draw attention to himself, but, he saves the day […]

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Sheena McFeely

Meet Sheena McFeely

Writing my own biography is my biggest enemy. If I had extra money, I would hire a writer each time I’m asked to write something about myself. Here I go again! I was born in Hong Kong to an Irish soccer professional player and Asian-European mother. Shortly after my parents’ discovery of me being Deaf, […]

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Katie Golde

Meet Katie Golde

Hi, Austin Moms! I’m Katie Golde and I live out in Dripping Springs with my growing family. I met my handsome husband, Jon, in high school. We weren’t high school sweethearts – that would have been cute – we were always just friends until we started dating until after college. We got married in 2012 […]

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Heather Cox

Meet Heather Cox

Hi ladies! My name is Heather Cox. I’m a thirty-four-year-old stay-at-home-mom with three kids and an amazing stepson. With four kids and three dogs, we are beyond busy. Our kids are ages 15, 12, 9, and 4. We have a high schooler, a middle schooler, an elementary student, and a preschool-aged tot who stays home with me. Balancing so many […]

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