How To Host Your First Thanksgiving

Hosting your first Thanksgiving dinner party might seem a little intimidating, especially when it comes to preparing a turkey for the first time. Grab a glass of wine and relax. There are plenty of small steps to make sure your Thanksgiving dinner is a hit.

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Teaching Toddlers To Be Grateful

Teaching toddlers to be grateful for everything they have doesn’t have to be difficult. From simple Thank You’s to saying No more often, here’s what’s working for us, with our little ones.

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Día de los Muertos: 5 Things To Know

It wasn’t until I went to Mexico for the first time and bought a beautifully hand painted Calavera (skull) that I decided to actually look into the meaning behind them. Here are 5 things that I learned about Día de los Muertos.

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Toy Story Family Halloween Recap!

Yee Haw!! Woody and Jessie have babies and make the cutest family halloween costumes ever!

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For The Love of Boxing - Engagement Shoot

Boxing isn’t the starting point for many love stories but for us, it is everything so we just knew we had to get in the ring for a boxing engagement shoot! Here are some of our session favorites:

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5 Steps To Jump Start Weight Loss

It’s so much easier to add to our diet as opposed to eliminating certain foods, so here are are 5 easy steps to jump start weight loss by adding a few goodies to your daily intake.

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Pumpkin Picking: Family Fun

We finally went pumpkin picking and checked off one of our Fall Bucket List activities and also completed another first for all four of us! Right here in Brooklyn, we headed to Green Meadow Farm for some pumpkin picking family fun.

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Self Care Tips for Moms

It’s easy to become so consumed in your Mami role that you forget about yourself but truth is you can’t be the best parent to your children if you’re not taking care of yourself. Here’s a Self Care for Moms list that I created which will hopefully help you as much as it has me.

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Raising Bilingual Toddlers

I was born and raised in New York but with a Salvadoran mom and Dominican dad, was raised as Latina as can be. Even before I became pregnant, I knew I wanted to raise my children bilingual and have them go between English and Spanish as easily as I do. Here are a few things I’ve learned on our path to raising bilingual toddlers.

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5 Breast Cancer Myths

Approximately 1 in 8 women in United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. That’s about 1 in 8 of us reading this right now. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a list of 5 of the most common breast cancer myths. Share on!

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