Katie Matherne

Originally from Thibodaux, Louisiana, Katie has been living in Baton Rouge (again) since 2014. She is married to her husband of five years, Cody, and they are parents to the active and adorable Graham (4) and Emile (2). They recently added identical twins, Felix and Henry in February 2021. Katie graduated from Nicholls State University with a degree in Government, then went to L.S.U. Law school and finished in 2011. She practiced law in both the private and state sectors, but has been at home with her boys since 2016. In her free time, Katie enjoys exercising, going on adventures with her family, getting manis and pedis and watching cooking competitions on Food Network.

Get a Nugget For Your Nuggets

We got our nugget from my parents for Christmas 2019. I had seen one friend mention getting it for her son on Facebook, and I told my mom I thought it would be a...

Just Keep Swimming…Safely! Why I Chose ISR

Summer is quickly approaching and since I’ll be welcoming two new babes in the next four weeks, I’ve been trying to get as much done as possible in terms of scheduling summer camps and...

Natural Birth: My Top 3 Tips

Welp, here I am, almost 30 weeks pregnant with twins! It’s truly crazy how fast it has flown by. As the months have passed, I’ve talked to my doctors, read a book or two,...

An Ode to My Ride or Die

“Ride or die- When you are willing to do anything for someone you love or someone you really appreciate in your life; the person who you stand by in any problem and vice versa”...

Dreaming of Hawaii…and Reconnecting with My Husband

As the song goes, “I’m dreaming of a white Christmasss…,” but in my mind, I am currently picturing white sand and blue water. Unfortunately, the holidays can be a stressful time for many even...

Minivan Mafia

Well, the day that I always thought would never come has arrived: I’m getting a minivan. Yes, you read that correctly. A minivan…also known as a “swagger wagon,” “loser cruiser,” and “mom-mobile.” It’s funny...

B is for Bad?

I never imagined I’d be the mom with the “bad” kid. I remember those kids in my classes growing up. I could still tell you their names. They were usually boys that loved being...

Finding My Purpose….and Learning to Love It

    I’m sitting at my kitchen counter, thanking God I finally got my two-year-old to nap, and I start to make a list of what I want to do the rest of the...

When you find out you’re having TWINS….ALONE! Thanks, Covid

It was 8:00 on a Friday morning. I arrived on time wearing my mask and sat in the waiting room as I patiently waited for my name to be called. The first ultrasound of...