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IDEA Southern Louisiana Is Opening Schools In Your Neighborhood

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by IDEA Public Schools.  IDEA Southern Louisiana Is Opening Schools In Your Neighborhood In August of 2018, IDEA Public Schools will begin serving more than 1,000 K-2nd and 6th grade students in the Baton Rouge community.  Read on to learn more about us! IDEA is a family of tuition-free public charter […]

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Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre’s Nutcracker {One Mom’s Experience}

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by the Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre. Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre’s Nutcracker {One Mom’s Experience} In December of 1991, we took our then 2-year-old daughter, Whitney, to see our first-ever production of Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre’s Nutcracker, a Tale from the Bayou. Intently, she watched as Clara’s enchanted dream unfolded before […]

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Summer’s End Night Hike and Campfire

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by BREC.  Summer’s End Night Hike and Campfire Say goodbye to summer and kick off the school year with BREC Conservation’s Summer’s End Night Hike and Campfire!  This exciting program begins with an adventurous night hike with a BREC naturalist learning about local ecology and nocturnal animals. Your family will be […]

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Silence (on Facebook) Is Not Necessarily Consent

I’ve seen a number of people on my Facebook feed express the sentiment “Silence is consent” regarding the recent events in Charlottesville. And while I do agree, that standing by the side, being silent is consent, I’m not so sure I agree that it applies to Facebook. Here’s why. Years ago, I posted on political issues […]

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