Passionate About Baton Rouge
and the Moms Who Live Here
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Yes, Ma’am

When I moved to the south as a ten-year-old, one of the things that stood out to me the most was the use of the words “sir” and “ma’am”.  This was a huge culture shock for me and took a very long time for me to get used to because NOBODY talked like that in […]

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First Year Essentials

When I was pregnant, and after I had waited an appropriate amount of time to start buying baby things, I found myself pretty overwhelmed about what baby gear to buy or register for. There are so many choices these days, and on top of that, there’s no sure way to know what your baby will […]

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What’s Wrong With Him? {Why I Encourage Curiosity About My Child With Special Needs}

After the reality of having a child with very complex medical and developmental needs sank in, I decided that I was going to bring my sweet Connor in his bright blue wheelchair everywhere I could.  I wanted to introduce him to everyone and everything that makes this world go round.  I knew it’d be tough (like places that […]

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Touring Alexander’s: Our 2nd Annual Mom’s Night at the Market

On January 29, we had 40 moms come together to participate in an educational evening held at the locally-owned Alexander’s Highland Market. It was a great night to meet other, local moms, chat about meal-planning, eat and drink, enter some incredible giveaways, and take home an awesome SWAG bag! Here’s a closer look at this […]

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