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Yvonne Condes

Yvonne Condes

Yvonne Condes is the co-founder of MomsLA where she talks about motherhood as it could only happen in Los Angeles – from where to go, to what to eat, and how to be healthy. Whether you are looking for fun, free, or seasonal things to do in LA, Yvonne has you covered.

MomsLA has gathered popularity with local media and young families by telling you what activities are worth a babysitter, and encouraging you to make a real change to your health with a reasonable fitness plan. MomsLA is your local one-stop source for everything Los Angeles moms need to know about – what to buy, where to eat, and how to start exercising today (not tomorrow!), with serious public policy and education discussions in between summer and holiday fun guides.

The next time you’re looking for things to do in LA, connect with MomsLA on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and Pinterest!

For more from Yvonne:
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Website:

momsla.com

Blog Posts by Yvonne Condes

  • Boys Will Be Boys

    Boys Will Be Boys

    Having two boys means that everyone around us has boys. They are great kids, and for the most part, their parents have similar parenting styles and values. But so many times when we were out we’d see other boys behaving badly and the parents said nothing. The phrase “Boys Will Be Boys” always makes me […]

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  • Getting Kids to Eat Healthy

    Getting Kids to Eat Healthy

    I have been in an uproar lately after seeing the documentary Fed Up. The film follows the lives of four teens who are struggling with obesity. They are trying to lose weight, but can’t. The film sheds light on just how much added sugar is in some processed foods and it was shocking to me. […]

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  • Was Breastfeeding Worth It

    Was Breastfeeding Worth It?

    I had to breastfeed my son. I HAD to. My husband is a Type 1 Diabetic and has Celiac Disease and everything I had read said I had to exclusively nurse or my baby’s chances of getting those diseases were much higher. The pediatrician said it was the easiest thing in the world. The only […]

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