Rachel Yellowhair-Morrison

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Rachel was born and raised in New Mexico and on the neighboring Navajo reservation until she was 14. She then attended high school in Connecticut, but returned to New Mexico for college because the mountains will always be home for her. She met her husband while working on a BS in Astrophysics at UNM and working at Dion’s. They married in Tijeras, NM in 2014 and welcomed their son Hunter in 2016. Rachel is currently a stay-at-home mom, wife, yogi, outdoor enthusiast, faithful San Francisco 49ers fan, and amateur astronomer. If she is not busy organizing playdates and meet-ups for local moms, you can find her at a yoga class, rock climbing gym, or on a trail run in the Foothills where she lives. Since entering motherhood in 2016, Rachel's newest passion has been bringing moms together in a safe space and being the mom friend to others that she wished she had when she was a newly minted Albuquerque mom.

Guide to 10 Must Do Holiday Events in Albuquerque

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December in Albuquerque is a magical time of year for us because, as a city, we shine brightly in so many ways. There are lights, music, great food, and family-friendly events for all. Check...

Guide to December in Albuquerque

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December means family, food, and winter fun! Grab those coats and mittens, and then head out to see some holidays lights. Or order takeout from your favorite place and plan a holiday movie night...

ABQ Mom Holiday Playlist

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Our family is no stranger to holiday music all year long. Our oldest can listen to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra any month of the year. Suffice to say, I tire of the traditional classics pretty...
Ultimate Guide to Winter & the Holidays in the Albuquerque Area

Ultimate Guide to Winter & the Holidays in the Albuquerque Area

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As fall draws to a close, Albuquerque's next best season shifts into gear offering numerous events and attractions here in New Mexico during the winter months. Bundle up, grab a warm drink, and check...
Guide to Winter Sports In and Around Albuquerque

Guide to Winter Sports In and Around Albuquerque

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We are so lucky to live in a state that offers so many outdoor activities during the winter. And nothing is more social distance-y than being on a huge mountain with nobody else in...
holiday lights and luminarias in albuquerque

Guide to Lights and Luminarias in the Albuquerque Area

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One of our new favorite traditions is making a batch of biscochitos and hot cocoa, then hitting the road to tour the area neighborhoods in search of Albuquerque's best holiday lights and luminarias. Tune...

Guide to Santa Sightings In and Around Albuquerque

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Santa will be making the rounds in Albuquerque soon. Check out below to see Santa sightings for the 2021 holiday season. Thank you to Homewise for sponsoring this Guide to Santa Sightings. Homewise is a...

Guide to Holiday Eats and Treats in the Albuquerque Area

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We are so lucky in New Mexico to be able to experience all the different flavors that go along with a holiday in the Duke City. From savories like posole and tamales to sweets...
the truth about the first thanksgiving

The Truth About the “First Thanksgiving”

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We celebrate Thanksgiving in our household, but probably not the way most do. We prepare a delicious meal, surround ourselves with friends and family, and embrace how grateful we are for one another. And then...

Guide to November in Albuquerque

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As autumn finishes her final display in Albuquerque and cool winter days draw near, grab those scarves and join us for some fun events happening in November. For ideas to help make your Thanksgiving a...

Guide to October in Albuquerque

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Fall has finally arrived and with it all the great things that Albuquerque has to offer. Sit back and enjoy the cool temperatures, warm beverages, and make plans from our calendar full of all...
guide to september in albuquerque

Guide to September in Albuquerque

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September has arrived, with fall not far behind. As summer transitions into autumn, we approach one of the greatest seasons for outdoors in Albuquerque. Fall in Albuquerque is arguably the best time of year...

Guide to August in Albuquerque

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Once again, summer is drawing to an end. The lucky ones still have a couple more weeks of vacation to soak up, but there a few schools that have already started instruction. Grab...
Guide To February

Guide to February in Albuquerque

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The new year has come and gone, along with the first month of 2022. I cannot believe February is upon us already. As we slowly make our way back to longer days and warmer...