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The 2015 Baton Rouge Family Friendly Holiday Events Guide

Disclosure: The 2015 Red Stick Moms Blog Family Friendly Holiday Events Guide is sponsored by Children’s Pediatrics of Baton Rouge, which is one of the 10 pediatric primary care practices part of the Children’s Hospital physicians group. The holidays are always jam packed with fun holiday events to do around town.  Here’s our Top 30 Family […]

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Musings on Beauty Part 2

van.i.ty noun excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements the quality of being worthless or futile My conversation with a local professional photographer: Me – “I can’t believe women aren’t knocking down your door to have their portraits done!” Photographer  – “Many women don’t want to seem vain.” VAIN?!? That was […]

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Baton Rouge Area Family Guide to Fall 2015

Baton Rouge Area Family Guide to Fall 2015 Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by The Baton Rouge Clinic, the premier multi-specialty clinic in the region – bringing an excellent level of care to more than 250,000 patients throughout Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas. Learn more on their website and follow them on Facebook or […]

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For Goodness Sakes…GO OUTSIDE!

Computer screens, Netflix, iPads and iPhones. It’s all too much! It’s too much for an adult, much less a small child. One day, I suggested the kids go outside to play and I was met with whining. “I’m working on my Minecraft World!” “I’m watching Little Mermaid!” “I don’t waaaaant to!” It’s happened. I tried […]

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Wife, No Butter Needed

{For just this week, we are handing over our computers to the men in our lives and turning this little piece of the world wide web into Red Stick DADS Blog!  Read along with their joys and their struggles, and find out why we are so very thankful to have these awesome dads in our lives.} ———————————————————————————————————- We […]

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My Homeschooling Story

I homeschool my children and I never imagined that this would be my life, but I’m so glad that it is. I went to the same private school from Kindergarten to 12th grade, but it’s not the same education as when I attended 20 years ago. The public school in our community is good; I mean, […]

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