Elizabeth Boudreaux

Elizabeth and her husband Nicholas have been married for 13 years. They live in Geismar with their 3 children, Addison (9), Parker (5), and Laurel (2). She is from Franklin, LA and moved to Baton Rouge after receiving her Master’s in Business Administration from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is a Budget Administrator for the Department of Public Safety. She relies on sarcasm, a dry sense of humor, and the occasional cocktail to deal with the daily demands of motherhood. She loves crawfish, clean sheets, vacuuming, and the latest crime documentary on Netflix.

Let It Grow – Let It Grow: Boys With Longer Hair.

My son, Parker, is six years old and has never had a true “boy haircut.” As I write this, I find myself turning to the internet in search of the typical “boy haircut.” These...

To My Dearest Friends: I Hope You Know

Over the last couple of weeks, we have traded in our girl’s nights of wine, venting about our husbands, and trashy television shows for social distancing, homeschooling, family bike rides, and the occasional Zoom...

What the COVID-19 School Closure Means to My 4th Grader

Weeks ago, when the Governor closed schools until April 30th, I began to prepare myself for the inevitable -- my kids would not be going back to school this year. This was confirmed more...

Sticking to an Early Bedtime, Even During a Pandemic

Before everyone’s normal routine was flipped upside down, my husband and I had our family’s daily routine down to a science. We both worked full time, our older two went to school, and the...

Confessions of a Mom in a COVID-19 World

As the COVID-19 pandemic spread with news that schools were closing and a stay at home order was in place, my hidden inner fears were immediately brought to light. "Could I even handle being...