Importance of Mom Friends and Starbucks’ Caramel Flan Latte Review

Chasing after a toddler at the playground, I looked around and noticed all of the other moms were paired up.  Like high school cliques, the moms stuck together chatting away while their children went down the slide.  I tried a few times to make conversation but they didn’t seem interested in engaging with the new mom.

I was a first-time mom and the first in my group of friends to have a child.  So, I decided I could solve any parenting problem with my mom’s advice and the mountain of parenting books stacked next to my bed.

Ten years later and two more children, I have no idea what I was thinking!  My mom friends are some of the best friendships I have.  Organically forming friendships by sharing common interests and a lot of laughs has been the key.

I will admit we don’t share too much advice.  More stories and a lot of laugh because who really knows what’s right and wrong in the world of parenting?

But with wild schedules and the mounting extracurricular lives of our children, it’s often hard to find the time to catch up.  The common solution we’ve all found is creating regular Starbuck’s morning meetings.

Right after school drop off and before the day officially begins, we grab our favorite drinks, an oatmeal and chat away.  It’s uninterrupted mom time – that is if you don’t count the under-school-aged children that tag along.

We recently had a new visitor to our Starbuck’s meetings, the Caramel Flan Latte.  I’m a Caramel Macchiato lover so the Caramel Flan Latte was an instant hit with me.  With the taste of flan and the delicious caramel flavor, it’s an inviting start to your morning, afternoon pick-me up (can be ordered iced or blended) or evening treat.

If you’re trying to keep those new year fitness resolutions, try the Caramel Flan Latte without the whip and low-fat milk.  It really does taste just as good!

And be sure to schedule a ‘Between Amigas’ meeting of your mom friends.

Enjoy!

KSignature

 

 

 

 

Katherine Doble

Cristy Clavijo-Kish

Cristy is the founder and publisher of Los Tweens & Teens, as well as the co-CEO & partner of DiMe Media, based in Miami. Born to Cuban parents, she’s a ‘Jersey Girl’ who is the proud mom of twin teens and wife to her college sweetheart, a “gringo” with a Latino soul! Cristy is also a teen cancer survivor, lover of travel, tech, good food, all-things beauty related, family cooking and social sharing.

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