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Costco: Why you HAVE to try it! {A Costco Mom Hour Event}

Last Summer, Costco opened here in Baton Rouge. Costco is a membership warehouse club, known for its great service, organic options, and low prices. Stacy and Sara both love Costco, but for different reasons. Stacy shops Costco weekly and almost exclusively, while Sara makes a monthly trip to stock up on items she can’t find […]

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Shop Local Holiday Gift Guide 2015

Disclaimer: This 2015  Shop Local Holiday Gift Guide is brought to you by our fabulous sponsors, Associates in Pediatric Dentristry, and all of the incredible brands that you will see below! It’s that time of year! A time to focus on family, friends, special traditions, and giving. As you start the hunt for that “perfect […]

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Kids Who Eat *Almost* Anything

It’s the end of a long day. The husband worked a 12-hour shift. The kids and I had a playdate and a full homeschool day. Together we washed, dried, folded, and put away 4 loads of laundry. And now it’s dinner time. Together time. So we sit down to a delicious meal of liver and […]

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Mom Hour with Red Stick Moms Blog and Costco: A Holiday Shopping Event

Red Stick Blog and Costco present Mom Hour: a Holiday Shopping Event just for Moms! Have you ever wished Costco opened just a tad bit earlier so you could check your Costco shopping off your list before 10am? Especially around the holidays?! Well this is your chance! On Friday, November 13th, Costco will be opening […]

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Sweet Summertime Popsicles {Including Healthy & Easy Recipes!}

  Summer is officially upon us! The temperature (and humidity) is steadily rising, and  your little darlings are home from school for the summer and constantly searching for ways to beat the heat. Popsicles are surely one of childhood’s simplest pleasure, but unfortunately the boxed grocery store variety can contain ingredients that are less than […]

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A Family Guide to Visiting Baton Rouge with Kids

Baton Rouge is often the forgotten little sister to the big easy, New Orleans, just down the muddy Mississippi River. But the “Red Stick” has a lot to offer locals and visitors alike. We often have festivals and events filling our streets and a variety of local attractions to keep families busy in this beautiful, […]

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