Margo Tapia

Margo Tapia
Margo is a proud native New Mexican. Ten years ago, she moved to beautiful Denver, then onto tropical Houston. But while she was away, her heart always remained in The Land of Enchantment. In 2018, the Tapia family made the trek home. Margo and her husband, Abran, are parents to Scarlett, Ezra, and Juliet. Margo is a self-proclaimed outdoorsy mom, who jokes that she has been hiking since before she could walk. She also enjoys running and exploring the state. When she isn't negotiating snacks with 3 children, she is negotiating the biggest purchase of someone's life as a Real Estate Broker. Her motto is, life is what you make it, so make it good.
When Will Enough Be Enough?

When Will Enough Be Enough? Thoughts on Gratitude & Goals

"You can buy a million-dollar house on Rio Grande this year, and want a 2 million dollar house next year." This is something that my cousin told me a while back, and it couldn't ring...
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The Marathon in My Mind: Setting Expectations During COVID-19

The sounds of laughter and tennis shoes shrieked through the somewhat empty halls of the Balloon Museum. Five-year-olds excitedly pointed to each exhibit with pure innocence and curiosity. I chaperoned a small group that wanted...
magic, Covid-19

I Remember When The Magic Ran Out

March 6th was magical. It was a night of glam, excitement, people, music, and talent. My friends and I laughed, hugged, posed provocatively with a statue, and thoroughly enjoyed our last night out on the...
Happy In My Backyard

Depression Doesn’t Have a Face :: Living with High-Functioning Depression & Anxiety

Depression doesn't have a face. My name is Margo, and I have high-functioning depression and anxiety. What does high-functioning depression and anxiety mean? It means that everyday, I function. It means I still get out...
I like to look my best for my husband, ABQ Moms

Unpopular Opinion :: I Like To Look My Best For My Husband

We're back with another unpopular opinion. Let us know in the comments if you agree or disagree. I make sure that I look my best for my husband. I know how that sounds. Believe me. You...
The mom project, Letting the preconceived notions fall to the floor.

Mom Project :: Keep Your Judgements To Yourself

The Mom Project idea started after I read the following sentence on another Albuquerque Moms Blog post. "I saw two women making fun of another lady for the way she was dressed at school drop...
Having Fun at Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks

I Used to Be Fun and Crazy. Now I’m Just Fun.

It was my senior year in high school. The crowds were fun. People were laughing. We had zero cares in the world. Our basketball team was one of the best in the state and...
Hispanic Heritage Month, Grandpa Telling Stories Around the Campfire.

Hispanic Heritage Month :: Food and Family

Hispanic Heritage Month is always so exciting to me! I grew up in a predominately Hispanic neighborhood. It was uncommon to not speak some sort of South Valley slang, and even substitute some of our...
throw in the breastfeeding towel, weaning toddler

Why I Decided to Throw in the Towel with Breastfeeding

I am not the best with dates but July 27th is the day that I decided to quit breastfeeding. Enough was enough. I had every excuse in the book. Enough with the two hours...
modern-day moms

Modern-Day Moms Have It Hard

Being modern-day moms is hard, amIright? "You are working while someone else watches your kids? I could never do that." This is a popular reaction that working moms get. "It must be nice to have...
Why I Don't Drag My Husband Along, marriage

Why I Don’t Drag My Husband Along to Most Events

"Where is Abran?" If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me this question, I'd be a millionaire, and, well, I'm not.   Somewhere along the way, it became customary to carry your husband...
Margo Tapia, Albuquerque Moms Blog

Albuquerque Moms Blog: Introducing Margo Tapia

Albuquerque Albuquerque has always had my heart. As a former South Valley Girl, I understand the phrase, you can take the girl out of the valley, but you cannot take the valley out of the...