Roxanne Barry

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Roxanne is a mom of 3. She grew up and lived in Albuquerque until shortly after marrying her high school sweetheart in 2013. Together they moved first to Arizona and then across the country to Pennsylvania. Roxanne was an elementary and preschool teacher until she and her husband moved back home to New Mexico in 2018. Roxanne is now a stay-at-home mother and is continuing her love for education with her 3 children. She is passionate about writing and sharing positivity with other mothers. She believes it is crucial for mothers to have informative and truthful messages related to all things motherhood. You will most likely find Roxanne rocking yoga pants, a mom bun, and a cup of cold coffee somewhere close by! Follow her on Instagram @roxybarry.
How to Help Afghan Refugees in New Mexico

Here’s How You Can Help Afghan Refugees in New Mexico

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New Mexico has welcomed many Afghan refugees who are in need of assistance. Men, women, and children have fled their country most with little to no belongings. The images and videos released still haunt...
How to Talk to Your Children About Body Safety

How to Talk to Your Children About Body Safety

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Body safety for children encompasses many things, but let’s discuss how we can effectively have conversations with our children about “safe” and “unsafe” touch/behavior. As I sit here and begin to write this article about...
Easy, Healthy, Yummy Costco Snacks

Easy, Healthy, Yummy Costco Snacks

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Costco snacks save the day in my house all day long! If I didn’t buy snacks in bulk, I’d be at the local grocery store a few times a week. Below is a list...
Four Tips to Discourage Jealousy between Siblings

Four Tips to Discourage Jealousy Between Siblings

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I don’t know about you but when I witness sibling jealousy, it makes me incredibly sad. And I’m not talking about the “normal” sibling rivalry, I’m talking about the all-out tantrum in Target because...
kiss, marriage

This One Simple Thing Has Improved My Marriage

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Kissing my spouse made a difference! I challenged myself to kiss my husband at least seven times a day recently, and here’s what happened.  NO, not baby #4. However, all the talk around Valentine's Day about...
Through the Eyes of Our Children

Through the Eyes of Our Children

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I often forget to think about what my children see when they look up. My oldest children are four years old and almost four feet tall and two years old and almost three feet tall....
homeschool planning

Schooling Your Littles at Home? Try This Easy Planner!

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Are you homeschooling your children? I have created easy “Daily, Weekly, and You Did It” printable planner to use to help organize kids' learning. As a former educator and type A personality...ahem...I NEED to write...
DIY HOLIDAY WREATH, ALBUQUERQUE

DIY Holiday Wreath

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Crafting is a favorite holiday activity for moms and kids! However, it can feel a bit overwhelming when you have half-finished projects and supplies spread across your dining room table. It's dinnertime and the...
Thanksgiving Crafts and Traditions That Double as Home Decor

Thanksgiving Crafts and Traditions That Double as Home Decor

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Below is a fun list of Thanksgiving crafts and traditions you can start anytime with your family! Thanksgiving is a holiday that many of us celebrate gathered around our kitchen table with family and friends....
gender bias, ABQ mom

International Day of the Girl :: Let’s Destroy Gender Bias in the Workforce

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My son wants to be an astronaut. When we ask my daughter the same question, she sometimes answers, “A princess”. I want her to know she is destined to be anything she desires. Close your...
at-home learning space, ABQ Mom

Creating an At-Home Learning Space That Works for You

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School may look different this coming year, but with an at-home learning space and some organizational tools, your children can succeed! You may have never pictured yourself teaching your children at home, but now that...
roxanne barry, ABQ Mom

Introducing New ABQ Mom Contributor Roxanne Barry

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Mom. I have been defined by the title “mom” for what feels like an eternity, but it’s only been almost five years and three children later. Before I became a mother, I was a teacher....