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Thalia es Radiante!

thalia radiante pregnancy book

International multi-platinum recording artist Thalia is not just a pop music sensation -- she's also the mother of 18-month-old daughter, Sabrina, the inspiration for her new pregnancy guidebook: "THALIA: !RADIANTE!" Momlogic sat down to talk to her about everything a new Mami should know about keeping herself fit and happy during pregnancy and beyond.


My Imaginary Six-Figure Salary

woman holding cash

If I had a nickel for every hat that I wear around this house, I'd be rich. No seriously, I'd be quite well-off.


Why I Hate Cinco de Mayo

cinco de mayo girl wearing a sombrero drinking a margarita
I just drove past one of our neighborhood bars. Plastered on their marquee was a notice for tonight's festivities: "Cinco de Drinko." Therein lies my beef with the Cinco de Mayo holiday.


Adventures at the Mommy and Me Movie

mom and baby at movie theater

Monday morning in my house is filled with dread -- mostly on my part. It's the start of another work week, unending piles of laundry and dishes, and a diaper pail that's seen better days. Wait! What? We're out of coffee? Don't panic ...


It's Just Me, Only Better

Harley Pasternak and Christina Fiedler

Eight weeks ago, I embarked on the Zip Up Your Jeans weight loss challenge with momlogic and celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak. Today I am 14 pounds lighter and one dress size smaller.


Holiday Magic

happy latino family

It's been a long time since anyone in my family has believed in the Easter Bunny, Santa, Cupid, the Great Pumpkin, or any other holiday-related character actually. And that's mostly because every cousin is over 12 years of age, or just wise beyond their years. But, now that there is a baby in the family, there is a certain spark, a certain magic that has seeped back in to every holiday.


Owies, Booboos and Bumps, Oh My!

Sana, sana colita de raña. A si no sana hoy, sanará mañana.


My Son is a Chick Magnet

I took Joe to the grocery store for the first time today. He looked adorable in a bright orange romper and a floppy hat  -- all smiles. It's almost like he knew how cute he looked -- batting his eyelashes, waving, burying his head on me like a bashful little puppy. And then it dawned on me. My son is a chick magnet.