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

April is here, so bring on all the Spring and Easter festivities! Soak up the sun during one of the many outdoor activities or head into the cool indoors for other ways to have fun. 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 a […]

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

March is here, along with hopes for less rain and more comfortable weather as we begin to slowly welcome in Spring. From craft activities, outdoor adventures, performances to indoor discovery experiences – there is something here for everyone! We have gathered our favorite family-friendly events in the Baton Rouge area this month and featured them here in […]

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

February is here and love is in the air in Baton Rouge! Whether you adore date nights, prefer outdoor family activities, or enjoy Mardi Gras parades, our awesome city of Baton Rouge offers all that and more for you to enjoy as a family. We have gathered our favorite family-friendly events in the Baton Rouge area […]

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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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Holiday Flood Recovery :: 6 Ways to Help

Editor’s note: this post was a collaboration between two of our contributors, Sarah Joy Hays and Kodi Wilson.  Our South Louisiana communities saw the worst natural disaster in 100 years, the Great Flood of 2016. Five months later, the current status is a sobering one. As you decorate your homes with trees, ornaments and lights, […]

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Christmas at the Governor’s Mansion :: First Lady Edwards Tells All

Walking through the sturdy, gleaming white front doors adorned with larger-than-life Christmas wreaths, I was greeted by a warm smile and a “Hey, how are ya? Thank you for coming!” from Louisiana’s First Lady Donna Edwards. I wanted to reach out to Mrs. Edwards, who is a former music teacher and mom of three-Samantha (24), […]

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