Marybeth Lobato

Marybeth Lobato
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Marybeth is an Albuquerque native who has been married to her husband, Jacob, since September 2018. They lived in Roswell, NM for the majority of their relationship and moved back to Albuquerque in December 2021. Together, they are parents to two beautiful children. Her daughter Ava passed away shortly after she was born in 2019. She gave birth to her son Carson in 2020. Marybeth is passionate about helping other parents who have lost babies. Marybeth enjoys coffee, matcha, a good book, white wine, and all the pizza. She can often be found with her family at a baseball game, a great Taco Tuesday, or a brewery. Follow Marybeth on Instagram.
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Pregnancy & Postpartum Acupuncture in Albuquerque

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Pregnancy and the birthing process are life-changing experiences. Acupuncture can help women through these changes by offering physical and mental support. Acupuncture works to support optimal health for the mother and has so many...
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January Family-Friendly Events in Albuquerque

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With winter in full swing and holidays behind us, we welcome in a New Year. The cooler temperatures outside don't mean you have to feel cooped up in the house. There is plenty to...
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Guide to December in Albuquerque

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For so many, the start of winter means gathering with friends and family, indulging in our favorite foods, and seemingly endless holiday fun. Read up on all the fun-filled local events happening this month...
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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 it to say, I tire of the traditional classics...

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. Find all kinds of opportunities to get some winter sports in this season. From snowboarding and...

Guide to 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 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 the ABQ area soon. If you're wondering where to find the big man in red himself, check out all the Santa sightings we know of. Thank you to...

Guide to Cutting Your Own Christmas Tree Near Albuquerque

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Tramping through the snowy woods to cut down your own Christmas tree could be the highlight of your holiday. Find out where to go by scrolling down. Thank you to Comcast for sponsoring this Guide to...

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...

Guide to November in Albuquerque

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With the noticeable shift into cool weather, we have one more month to soak up the mild days of autumn. Don't forget to pack a jacket this month when you head out as there...
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KidStrong: A New Business in Town Helps Kids Win at Life

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I know all too well that there are SO MANY programs for kids out there. It can feel overwhelming at times to figure out what program is a good fit for both your schedule...
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Trunk or Treat Events Around Albuquerque

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Check out these Trunk or Treat events around Albuquerque! Don’t forget you can always comment or email ABQ Mom with your additions if we've missed one.   We would like to thank Manzano Day School for...
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Pop-Up Halloween Hunt

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Fall is in full swing here in Albuquerque! For my family, that means lots of movie nights snuggled on the couch, soup for dinner, baseball, and pumpkin spice everything. It means panicking to get Halloween...