Jennifer is a native of Houma, LA, but moved to Baton Rouge nearly 10 years ago to be with the love of her life. She and her husband are proud parents to a spunky five-year-old daughter, Kendall, and curious two-year-old son, Keller. Jennifer works part-time as Speech Therapist treating the adult and geriatric populations. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking food from scratch for friends and family, shopping, exercising, volunteering in the community and exploring the wonderful world of wine! Jennifer believes that love is shown through food (as most Louisiana natives do) and enjoys filling the tummies of those for whom she cares. Jennifer is a member of the Junior League of Baton Rouge. Jennifer and her family are proud residents of the Baton Rouge area and love the culture and fun our community has to offer.

Lessons Learned in 2016

  Out with the old; in with the new! A new year brings with it new opportunities, outlooks and goals. Many have been quick to toss 2016 by the wayside, which I totally understand. Despite...

Mommy’s Christmas Blues

This morning as I walked my neighborhood there was a definite crispness of fall in the air. While I happily welcome the cooler temperatures, as the newly fallen leaves crunched under my feet I...

I Can’t S-P-E-L-L Anymore

If you're a parent you know the lingo. You know, that weird language where we stop mid-sentence to spell choice words we don't want our children to understand. Over the past few years my...

Finding Time for Fitness

Let's face it, our days as moms are FULL and often downright exhausting. Squeezing in time to workout can too often become our last priority. Over the past many months I've made it my goal...

The Witching Hour

  As Halloween rapidly approaches ghouls and goblins will soon be out in search of treats. As a mom I know the true meaning of "the witching hour"... a phenomena even spookier than haunted houses,...

The Importance of Girls’ Night

  On one very special, expertly coordinated night each month a very important event occurs. I get to have dinner with some of my very best girlfriends. We’ve been friends for 20+ years which makes...

Crying it Out: The Positive Results

Last night at 4am, my sixteen-month old woke briefly and began to cry. This is very uncommon for either of my children as they have both been excellent sleepers from just a few months...

Teaching Empathy Through Tragedy

In the past two weeks, our community has suffered immense tragedy. So many families have lost a lifetime of memories and are now struggling to return to normalcy. As the waters receded, and even...

Gold Medal Mommas

Gosh, I love the Summer Games! The excitement, the victory, and the camaraderie of nations has me counting down the days for months. Even more than the enjoyment of watching the overwhelming favorite receive...