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Our Favorite Bedtime Books for Toddlers

Bedtime – that sacred part of the night where you can simultaneously squeeze the last bit of love into your children and taste the freedom that those next four hours bring. Sometimes attempting to lull my two squirmy, riled up toddlers (ages 3 and 1.5) into a drowsy state can be tricky. We have found that having a good […]

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Diversity on Demand

As a millennial, we lived in the golden age of family television. Friday nights consisted of popcorn and crowding around the television in our playroom to watch TGIF. Ahh…the nostalgia. The Family Matters and Boy Meets Worlds tended to stay pretty light in the early seasons as far as controversial, real life events were concerned. […]

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Resolving Medical Bills

With nearly $2 million in medical bills for my son already in his 10-year life span, I’ve learned a few things along the way about how to handle medical bills. I’ve learned what to pay, how not to pay what I really don’t owe, and how to resolve hanging issues out there regarding bills I […]

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

June and Summer are here! Whether you beat the heat with indoor crafts or dino adventures or explore the outdoor swamp or zoo, enjoy the extra time with family while experiencing your favorite summertime activities in Baton Rouge. 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 […]

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Highland Road Park Observatory Hosts Out-of-this-World International Astronomy Day Event

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by BREC.  Highland Road Park Observatory Hosts Out-of-this-World International Astronomy Day Event Spend an evening among the stars as Highland Road Park Observatory (HRPO), 13800 Highland Road, hosts its 11th annual International Astronomy Day celebration on Saturday, April 29th from 3-11 p.m. The greatest International Astronomy Day (IAD) event in […]

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I Wish I Had Known {Creating Awareness of Crohn’s Disease via Understanding}

The text read: “Mom, there’s blood. A lot.” After reading my 18-year-old son’s text, I called a specialty gastroenterology clinic. After giving the scheduling desk my son’s symptoms and birthdate, we had an appointment the next day. A next-day appointment for a new patient with a specialist? Sound the mom alarm bells. The doctor visit […]

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