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Megan Wall

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Megan is a wife and stay-at-home-mommy to Matthew and Benjamin. A Navy brat, she spent her childhood moving and traveling throughout the country. Her family finally settled down in Louisiana, and she has called Baton Rouge her home since she became an LSU Tiger in the fall of 1998. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and her Master’s in Secondary Education, she and her husband, Kenny, were married in 2004. For nearly ten years, Megan taught literature on the middle and high school levels. She is passionate about reading and instilling the love of reading to children. After four years of struggling through infertility, they were ecstatic to enter the world of parenthood in 2010. A true lover of lunching with friends, pedicures, exercise, literature, and lattes, her latest interests include tractors, pirates, climbing, and superheroes.
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Battling the Mommy Wars

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Here at Red Stick Mom, we offer dozens of ideas from diverse perspectives in our mom hacks, tips and tricks category. From taking road trips from Baton Rouge to meatless meals to natural cold...

Yes, Ma’am: Rules for Calling a Thirty-something “Ma’am”

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When I moved to the south as a ten-year-old, one of the things that stood out to me the most was the use of the words "sir" and "ma'am".  This was a huge culture...

Celebrating Pregnancy After Miscarriage

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I am fifteen weeks pregnant, confidently in my second trimester, and I am finally beginning to breathe a sigh of relief.  A little over a year ago, in November of 2013, we experienced a miscarriage when...

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

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November is here, and many are unaware that it is National Native American Heritage Month.  As the daughter of a Blackfoot Indian, this month is extremely meaningful to me. Unfortunately, not much is taught...

Making the Car Ride More Enjoyable for Small Children

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The holiday season is officially among us. And with it comes lots of traveling.  This week, we'll be featuring posts all about making traveling with our kiddos safe and bearable, maybe even fun! I know...

Why Parenthood is the Greatest Show Ever

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Season 6 of Parenthood premieres on Thursday, September 25 (tomorrow!), and I am a ball full of emotions.  If you are familiar with this show, then you know that one does not simply watch Parenthood....

No More Shame: Embracing Your Post-Baby Body

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The other day I had a conversation with a friend who had just had a baby two days earlier, and she wanted to know how I had lost all of my baby weight.  She...

How to Encourage Your Young Reader This School Year

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The new school year is dawning, and many of you may already be dreading the never-ending fight of getting your children to read.  As a teacher of middle school students, I heard the frustration...

The Day My Son Threw His Shoes At Me

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I am a dancer.  Maybe not a very good one, but I'm a passionate one for sure.  There are very few things that I love more than dancing my heart out. Throughout my entire...

Staying Safe in the Pool

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My two boys love few things more than swimming in their grandparents' pool.  Neither of my boys have ever been afraid of the water, which might seem like a good thing.  But for this...

National Infertility Week: Tell Your Story

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First of all, I just want to say thank you to the many of you who have responded to the posts this week.  I have received emails, texts, Facebook messages, etc., and the feedback...

National Infertility Week: How to Be a Supportive Friend

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For the many of you who are reading this blog series (here is Part 1 and  Part 2) who have never struggled with fertility, chances are that you know someone who is.  Infertility...