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Lilliana Gonzalez
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You have to try this new launch coaster at SeaWorld San Antonio. Wave Breaker is just the right amount of thrilling. Check out our ride video and blog post for the fun & details.

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Enter to win the book: Lola Levine, Drama Queen by Monica Brown. You can hear her speak at the San Antonio Book Festival

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Lilliana Gonzalez commented on a post on Blogger.
Amy I just love EVERYTHING you share.  I want to be as creative and resourceful as you.  Such great ideas.  I actually have been using a Fredericksburg Wine Bottle and the pour top as my dish soap dispenser for the last 8 yrs and now I'm going to implement your cork idea. 

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Win a four-pack of tickets to the San Antonio Symphony Pops April 19 concert. 

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My walk down memory lane... prepping for two upcoming Disney trips and would love to hear your favorite tips and tricks. #travel   #disneyworld   #disneycruise   #cruiseship   #kids  #travelwithkids

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Honored to have my suggested additions to the Tejano Bucket List on Modern Tejana's blog today.  Head on over there and let us know what other things you'd add to the list: https://www.moderntejana.com/more-additions-to-your-tejano-bucket-list/

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If you have children in elementary school sick days are unavoidable and while being stocked and ready with all the essentials helps; if you’re caught in the middle of cold and flu season I hope some of these fun ideas for activities will help you survive it.  Also, click for a $1 off coupon for #PediaCare #ad

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Lilliana Gonzalez commented on a post on Blogger.
Thank you for sharing this great book find.  My 6 year old daughter is currently in our public school's dual-language program and is learning to read and write in Spanish first.  Our home is bilingual and she hears Spanish spoken all the time by myself and her grandparents (mis padres son de Mexico) but she is undoubtably English dominant so for us enrolling her in the dual-lanugage program was a way to ensure that she would become comfortable speaking and using Spanish fluently.  While we do see progress with her reading it seems slow.  Any suggestions on how we can help her reading skills/level improve?  Her teacher says we just need to keep reading at home but struggling through 20 or 30 minutes of choppy reading just makes her more frustrated.  Would love to hear your recommendation on what we can do to help her read faster.  She is in 1st grade and started dual-language in kinder.  Thanks.
 

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Lilliana Gonzalez commented on a post on Blogger.
All great lessons for kids (and adults) to learn while traveling.  Love your perspective and opportunities you are providing your kiddos to learn.  Great to finally connect in person.

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Enter to win 4 tickets to the Witte Museum and don't miss #grossology.
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