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Elizabeth Boudreaux

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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.

Candy and Costumes and Pumpkins, Oh My!

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Ok, so let me begin by saying that I love Halloween! I mean I really do love it, even as an adult. It ranks up there with Christmas and my birthday. October is for...

Stealth of a Sloth: Toddlers in Motion

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Before I had children, I considered myself a patient person.  Since becoming a mom, that quality is constantly being tested.  I guess I should accept the fact that waiting around for EVERYTHING is a...

Toddlers in Diapers: When Potty Training isn’t a Priority.

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My youngest child turned three a few weeks ago, and with that people have started to ask, “Oh is she potty trained yet?” Once I say that she is not potty trained, people feel...

Play Date Personalities :: When Your Children Have Their Friends Over.

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School is getting back into session and everyone is settling into their new routines. Children are returning to the classroom, reuniting with old friends, and meeting new ones. Having friends over after school or...

It’s Called Parenting, not Babysitting!

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My husband is a wonderful dad, and I love when people notice how amazing he is at this parenting gig. However, one thing that really annoys me is when people ask if it’s “daddy’s...

Breastfeeding a Toddler :: The Reason I Did It and What It Was Really...

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I always knew I wanted to breastfeed my children. With all three of them, I was fortunate that our breastfeeding journey just came naturally and, for the most part, was easy. I therefore decided...

Strong-willed Children: Opinionated with a Side of Stubbornness.

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Who knows what it’s like to raise a strong-willed child? Well, I am #blessed enough to have three of them! Strong-willed children are spirited and fiercely independent. They want to do and learn things...

Mom Truths: A List Every Mom Needs

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Do you ever just feel like you are failing at this Mommy gig? Are there times when you feel like you have given 150%, but still come up short? In “Confessions of a Mom...

Sibling Rivalry: Restoring the Peace

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Mommy, she POINTED at me! Mommy, he’s LOOKING at me funny! Mommy, she TOUCHED me... Do any of you wake up and feel like your kids are already at each other’s throats even before their feet hit...

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

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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

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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

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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...