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NonProfit Spotlight: Longview Symphony | East Texas Moms Blog

Throughout 2018, East Texas Moms Blog will be spotlighting one local nonprofit each month. Our goal is to bring awareness to our readers with nonprofit organizations that are making an impact in East Texas through their connection and work in the community. Many people might assume the symphony isn’t child friendly. However, the Longview Symphony strives to introduce music to […]

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Celebrating Independence and East Texas Fireworks in 2018 | East Texas Moms Blog

We have put together a comprehensive list of Independence Day 2018 festivities including all the great fireworks shows across East Texas! We hope you enjoy celebrating with your family and friends!  Happy Independence Day to all of our readers! South Spring Baptist Church June 29th Blast Over Bullard June 30th The Villages Resort Fireworks Show June [...]
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Non-Profits in the Spotlight: The Junior League | East Texas Moms Blog

Throughout 2018, East Texas Moms Blog will be spotlighting one local nonprofit each month. Our goal is to bring awareness to our readers with nonprofit organizations that are making an impact in East Texas through their connection and work in the community.       Crustless cucumber sandwiches. Petit fours. Folgers home brew in your grandmother’s bone china cups. […]

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Supporting your friend through a miscarriage | East Texas Moms Blog

The ringing phone reverberated through my quiet office. I reached across my desk lazily and picked up the receiver:  “Expectant Heart Pregnancy Resource Center, this is Mary K. How can I help you?” “Mary K., I…I lost the baby,” With those words my sweet client dissolved into tears on the other end of the phone.  […]

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The Breastfeeding Journey: If I could go back in time…

“Breastfeeding is a journey that comes with multiple, often contradictory guides, minimal cultural support in some western cases, and breathtaking, life-giving scenery. My journeys with each child have varied across the spectrum of wretched to wonderful, but I learned a little something along the way.”

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