Author Archive | Jenny


The Choices We Make

This blog post is the second installment of a collaborative 5-part series entitled The Mother Within. Start at the beginning here. “Am I enough?”  “What’s my purpose?” “Can I have it all?” Questions we may all ask ourselves at some point in our lives, no matter our situation. These arise when we doubt ourselves, compare ourselves […]

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Mom’s Guide to January {Baton Rouge Family-Friendly Events}

January is here and with it, a new year for Baton Rouge families! Start some new family traditions and experiences with one or more of the many events going on around town. We have gathered our favorite family-friendly events in the Baton Rouge area this month and featured them here in the monthly guide. Red Stick Moms Blog maintains […]

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Mom Phrases on Repeat

  Do you ever feel like you’re beginning to sound like your kid’s favorite version of “The Wheels on the Bus” requested to play over and over and over again? I am quickly realizing that raising tiny humans takes quite a bit of reminding them what to do and how to, or not to, act […]

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The Walker

  The pitter-patter of little feet – the phrase everyone uses when talking about having babies. While it refers to a major milestone, it’s not one that happens for quite some time. So many others take place first: first smile, foods, word, etc. So many other things to soak in as brand new parents. Then […]

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Mom’s Guide to September {Baton Rouge Family-Friendly Events}

It’s safe to say that this summer has been a rough one for the Greater Baton Rouge area. With that in mind, we gladly welcome September, along with the hopes of less heat and absolutely no rain. We also welcome the start of Fall activities! We have gathered our favorite family-friendly events in the Baton Rouge area […]

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As The Flood Waters Rise

I never thought this would happen to us. Awakened by my husband bringing a bottle to our baby at 4:00am on Friday morning, I was told our street was already flooded. It was already too deep to drive through. We’ve suspected a drainage problem for a while, and the street had flooded before, so we […]

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