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Dear Carolinas, Advice From Louisiana: Keep The Relief Donations LOCAL

As I write this, I’ve got The Weather Channel on in the background watching all-too-familiar scenes of hurricane coverage. We know that the storm will pass and the recovery can last for years. The anticipation leading up to the storm is excellent attention-grabbing news. Shots of storm surge ushering damaging water into coastal homes, leaving […]

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Date Night Out 2018 :: Recap

Disclosure :: This date night could not have been possible without our wonderful sponsor, Rotolo's Craft and Crust.  This Date Night Out was all about gathering in a place where we could be relaxed, enjoy yummy bites and have uninterrupted conversation with the ones we love. We'd say from looking around the place, that was [...]
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Red Stick Moms Blog Turns 4! :: Top 15 Posts of All Time

It's hard to believe that Red Stick Moms blog was launched four years ago today! In that time, we have published over 1,300 posts written by local moms all across the Baton Rouge area from Denham Springs to Zachary to Gonzales to Amite to Baton Rouge to Port Allen! We truly value, appreciate and respect each and [...]
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Cracks and All {One Year after the Flood}

  Cracks and All {One Year after the Flood} As our new floors were being finished a little over a year ago last October, I took this picture. The larger tile square had been cracked while pulling up the carpet wooden room dividers in the living room. Jeff, who had laid our new wood-tile floors […]

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Top 10 Posts of 2016 :: The Best of Red Stick Moms Blog

While 2016 wasn’t without some challenges, we are looking forward to a bright future in 2017 with Red Stick Moms Blog! We truly appreciate each and every one of you and the community we’ve built together. Over the course of 2016, in addition to launching our community neighborhood groups, Red Stick Moms Blog had over […]

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