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World Breastfeeding Week 2017

5 Breastfeeding Resources in Baton Rouge

Note: This post is part of a series for World Breastfeeding Week and is sponsored by Woman’s Hospital.  5 Breastfeeding Resources in Baton Rouge Breastfeeding is natural, but it’s not always easy. Poor latch, nipple soreness and engorgement may be a few of the challenges that you may face when breastfeeding. Don’t wait too long […]

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The Real Reason I Enjoyed Moms Night Out

RSMB stands for Red Stick Moms Blog. The title is pretty self-explanatory but to sum it up, they are a group of local moms who blog about anything in the interest of moms and the Baton Rouge community. So, let’s put a spin on things and talk about THEIR community event: RSMB’s moms night out. […]

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Queen of the Jungle

You Jane are way different from me Tarzan — a concept that has been reinforced and reminded almost daily from Day One. After biology class it was quickly deduced that we men have the complexity of a garden hose and ladies, a multiple zone irrigation system. Nothing prepares you for parenthood and the new roles […]

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The Doll Kind :: Becoming a Momprenuer and Creating a Business for Social Good

Last July a series of events led me to co-found a children’s company, The Doll Kind. As any entrepreneur will confirm, launching a startup is super challenging, takes more hours in a week than are available, requires focus you didn’t know you had, and a slight obsession with what you are creating. Add small children to […]

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Swimming Safely: A Gift for Life {Crawfish Aquatics Swim Lessons}

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Crawfish Aquatics, which offers year-round swimming instruction for students of all ages. “It happened so fast,” a reflecting mom said to me. “One minute we are all outside in the yard playing. Then I decided to run inside to turn the oven on and got distracted sorting some mail. […]

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Help! Does My Child Have ADHD? {By Pam Shriver, PNP}

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Children’s Hospital Pediatrics of Baton Rouge. ADHD affects up to 12% of school age children and is 3 times more likely to affect boys than girls. Researchers believe that children with ADHD have abnormally low levels and imbalances of certain neurotransmitters, the chemicals that carry messages between brain cells. […]

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