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{2017 RECAP} Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms

A tremendous thank you to our community partners for their generosity and sponsorship of this event. Bloom would not have been possible without their unending support, and we are forever grateful for the opportunity to link arms with them on this special celebration of motherhood! To say our third annual event was a success would […]

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Modern Day Medicine Cabinets {What Every Mom Should Know}

We are honored to be partnering with Next Level Urgent Care to bring you this sponsored post, and we are grateful for the opportunity to share the expertise and knowledge of their Medical Director – a local mom herself! The heart of today’s active family, moms play a pivotal role as caretaker and decision maker. […]

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{You’re Invited} Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms

Houston Moms Blog, in partnership with our parent site City Moms Blog Network, is thrilled to announce that we will once again be hosting Bloom :: An Event for New & Expecting Moms for the THIRD year in a row!  Title sponsored by Next Level Urgent Care, this special event is being held on Wednesday, May 3rd from 6:00 – […]

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The Reality of Child Abuse | Houston Moms Blog

The Reality of Child Abuse

In a perfect world, all children will grow up in a beautiful home with white picket fences and two loving parents giving them all of the love and attention they deserve. They will be wanted, cared for, and well fed. There will be no drugs, violence, neglect, and sexual abuse. Sadly, this is not the […]

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How I Became a Milk Donor | Houston Moms Blog

How I Became A Milk Donor

When my oldest child was born prematurely, I dreamed of producing enough breast milk to be able to donate *even a little* to other preemies whose mothers couldn’t produce milk.  I pumped around the clock, but in the end was a “just enough” producer and could only provide for my daughter.  Then, unfortunately, “just enough” eventually […]

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