Moms

Life as a #Ski Racer Mom @BerkshireEast

February 27, 2016

We thought you might enjoy our video blog: life as a ski racer mom.  We want to give a shout-out to moms of athletes the world over and say how we applaud your commitment and your composure! Who says more prayers, the mom whose child is skiing down an icy and rutted race course at at least 40 miles an hour or the one whose child is making a header in a soccer tournament or the one whose son is engaged in a wrestling match?  All sports can make a parent’s heart stand still, and you pray with every ounce of your being that […]

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Steve Nash: A True Role Model For Our Kids

July 3, 2013

Steve Nash of the LA Lakers is a true role model for our kids because not only is he a talented but humble player from Canada, but he gives back through his foundation to promote healthy living for underserved children. We need more Professional Athlete Role Models: Watching professional sports with our children and discussing the traits of successful athletes provides teaching moments for key life lessons such as good sportsmanship and citizenship.  Lately, we have to avoid watching some of our favorite sports because of the twenty questions the kids ask about the life styles of certain athletes. So […]

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Tech-Mommy: Health and Wellness Apps for Moms

May 6, 2013

Tech-Mommy: Health and Wellness Apps for Moms With our crazy busy life styles, moms need to take time to make sure we keep ourselves healthy. Luckily, now there are a variety of health and wellness apps to help keep the doctor away.  We can use these apps while waiting for school pickup or in the grocery line. Send to Kindle

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Tech-Mommy: Great Travel Apps to plan Family vacations

February 11, 2013

Planning a family vacation can be time-consuming. As a busy working soccer mom, finding a free minute to schedule what creates lifetime memories remains difficult. So we grab every extra minute we can by asking our fellow moms on the playground, at girl scouts, and at soccer practice for their favorite travel destinations. After the children go to bed we email, tweet and Facebook with friends about their vacation experiences. We need all the help we can get so we even read travel blogs. Thus, we research our vacation ideas with our board of directors (family and girlfriends) to make sure we can […]

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Tech-Mommy: Revolutionary Fitness Apps to help Moms

January 22, 2013

Have you found any Revolutionary Fitness Apps to help us busy moms get our youthful figures back? Are you listening to all the Social Media Marketing on how new Fitness Apps can help you meet your weight loss goals? Our favorite App is the Calorie Counter & Fitness Tracker by MyFitnessPal. What makes this free App revolutionary is that how it offers the largest food database of any calorie-counting App. The Tracker measures your daily calorie intake and exercise routine to make sure you manage your goals. Best of all, the App allows you to set up a support system with […]

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An Extraordinary event: JL Holiday Market in the Woodlands, TX

November 16, 2012

The Junior League of North Harris and South Montgomery Counties kicks off a great way to get into the Holiday Spirit with their 10th Annual Holiday Market.  Featuring over 120 vendors, the event is at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center in the Woodlands, Texas at 1601 Lake Robbins Drive. Shopping is today from 9 to 6pm, Saturday 9 to 6pm, and Sunday 10am to 4pm. The Market features just beautiful holiday decorations and is extraordinarily organized and well-run. Friendly volunteers welcome guests with a smile and a treat.  Moreover, we were so impressed by the wide range […]

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Soccer Moms live a mobile life

October 26, 2012

The sideline view of a Social Media Soccer Mom   We don’t understand why Soccer moms get such a bad reputation! Maybe we are a bit harried with two to three games per day on the weekend and managing multiple children at events.  Then, we have the extra angles of a little one who wants to play on the playground with a tween who is always bored. Plus, we have to mention the inconvenience that most soccer fields don’t have nearby bathrooms and the ones that do …….are pretty disgusting. You know that no matter how much you ask before […]

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Our son chose John Cena as his story book hero for his anti-bullying efforts

October 22, 2012

Last Friday, our ten-year old son dressed up as John Cena in the local elementary school’s story book parade. The teachers asked each child to dress up like a hero from his or her favorite book and carry the book in the school’s annual costume parade. From the photo above, you can see that our son proudly carried  “the Ultimate Guide to WWE”. Like the Velveteen Rabbit, you can tell this book is truly loved from its ragged ear edges. Our Son has read the book from cover to cover millions of times memorizing the fun details about his favorite stars. […]

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