Irish tweed is part of Ireland’s cultural heritage, and this fabric continues to be made in County Donegal to this very day. Anna Dobson, from the Love Mo Chuisle brand of Irish tweed clothing, says about Irish tweed … “I believe there is beauty in tradition. Add contemporary innovation. With tweed you can never […]
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From time to time I run little giveaways on Irish American Mom, with some unique Irish and Irish American themed prizes. Some wonderful vendors sponsor these sweepstakes and provide the prizes for Irish American Mom's lucky readers. Check back every now and then to see if there is a giveaway currently open for entries. A big thank you to everyone who comments, enters, and helps spread the word about these wonderful businesses through Facebook, Twitter and other social media. I really appreciate everyone who takes part and helps to make these giveaways possible. The more readers who enter, the more prize sponsors contact me. It's amazing. Wishing everyone a little bit of Irish luck in these sweepstakes.
Something tragic happened in Galway. Something no one will talk about. Now that’s what I call a suspenseful introduction to a new book. Rhian J. Martin, in her debut novel, A Different Familiar, transports you to Galway, Ireland, where the rainy city provides an authentic Irish backdrop for her contemporary characters to uncover an unexpected […]
Brave Hearts, by Californian author and fellow Irish American, Jean Mahoney is a novel of tenacity and resolution, bravery and love, recounting the story of her family’s American journey. The complete title immediately resonated with me, and I just knew this novel would be a perfect fit for our Irish American Mom Community. BRAVE […]
Finding it difficult to get that perfect gift for younger relatives living abroad this Christmas? Allow Eire’s Kids to take the stress out of these decisions for you. This family run company is based in County Galway, Ireland and specializes in gifts and souvenirs for children. This Christmas, Eires Kids have put together the ultimate […]
How many Irish childhood’s involved raking up ashes of the previous night’s turf fire? How many of us have inhaled the special earthy herbal aroma of burning sods of turf? And how often did we warm ourselves by the hearth, the very heart of Irish homes in days gone by? Image Credit Irish thatched cottages […]