This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series RMB Favorite ThingsA few months ago, the contributors from the Reno Moms Blog got together for a “My Favorite Things” party, where each of us brought $20 worth of products we just loved for a gift exchange. The conversation that followed was so rich that […]
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Go with your gut. Advice we’ve heard and used. Or not used. It’s that hard to describe feeling you get about something or someone. It’s innate. It sits in your stomach like that second piece of pie you know you shouldn’t have devoured. It weighs on you. It feels like a lasso around your mind […]
I’ve been on a personal mission to buy more locally produced food and products, but it’s not cheap and it’s not easy. I can’t always make it the farmer’s market on weekends, and quite honestly, I just don’t always know what’s local on the grocery store shelf. But I recently learned about the Nevada Department […]
Reno Moms Blog is proud to partner with Think Kindness. Today, we are sharing a blog post from the Think Kindness site, which was written by RMB site manager, Lynnette Bellin. “I knew that labor and birth were coming, but I was uncomfortable with the idea of induction. I left the doctor’s office to head […]
Today’s post was written by guest contributor April Garcia. April was born in Reno, but as a rebellious teen couldn’t wait to hit the road. 40+ countries and years later she now makes her home in Reno. Having two daughters (1 & 3) has turned her usual wanderlust life into a whirlwind of change. I’m not a veterinarian, […]
Today’s guest post was submitted by Cheryl Price at the Sierra Neurosurgery Group and their non-profit organization called ThinkFirst. In 2008, Drew Simpson was a star pitcher for Feather River College. After four years as a record-setting ball player for Reno High School, he had been recruited by the Golden Eagles. On a weekend trip […]
Recently, I was invited to a party by my future mother-in-law. She was throwing the little afternoon soiree for nearly all of her closest friends who have known her for decades and my fiancé literally, since he was in diapers. They’ve seen him go through just about everything including his first steps, his first marriage […]
Today, I am sharing one of my dinner staples. My family participates in meatless Monday dinners, and this recipe is served once or twice a month on a Monday in my house. This recipe also makes a really great side dish. This pasta recipe is super clean, although from time to time, I dirty it […]
Do kids still have lunchboxes? Mine was a red Peanuts version, the thermos had Snoopy on it. That might have been the year I had a blue Muppets book bag. Kids might use Bento boxes today. My friends with school-aged children are in Back-to-School mode, as I am sure yours are as well. There is […]
Today’s post is written by guest contributor Lauren Bradfield. Lauren is a Nevada transplant from the Great California Migration of the 1990′s, when her family moved to Incline Village. She graduated from UNR and shortly after, she and her now husband moved across the world to begin an adventure with the US Government where they lived in multiple countries. During the Arab […]
Today’s sponsored post is brought to you by St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center and written by Helen Gray, MD. Helen is mother to four children: her 7 year old son, Elijah, sassy 5 year old daughter Kaiya, spunky 2 year old son Tristan, and energetic 11 month old son Callan. Both her and her husband, Bryan […]
Have you ever heard of Funderland? I hadn’t either, much less ever been there. But after our first accidental trip there, it’s now one of our top picks for a fun and easy day trip from Reno. You may not have ever seen Funderland Amusement Park, but you already know exactly where it is – […]