Monique Douglas

Monique Douglas
Monique is a single mother to her 2 year old daughter Maisyn. She was born in New Orleans and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is a graduate from St. Joseph’s Academy then attended and graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication. She also has a Master of Arts in Education/Adult Education and Training. Monique is employed at H&E Equipment Services as an Instructional Designer. She has been coaching cheerleading for over 10 years and handles communication for Louisiana Cheer Force. Monique enjoys shopping, spending time with her daughter and doing Yoglates which is all talked about on her blog, www.MamaMeaux.com.

Sticking to your Vision

I'm sure there are a few of you who think vision boards are just a fad. I promise you, they work (if you use them correctly). A vision board is a collage (digital or...

No More Toys That Need Batteries, Please

I say it every year, "My child doesn't need any more toys." But you know what, I lied. Seeing my little two year old use her cute little imagination at her play kitchen, or...

It’s More Than Just Wrapping Paper

Oh, Christmas time! My favorite time of the year is hands down Christmas. All the beautiful Christmas decorations, lights, seeing family & friends and so much more. But the magic of Santa is the best,...

My Time on the Couch

I'm sure reading my title, you may have thought I was speaking about the couch in my living room. But no, I am talking about that amazing couch I sit on every 2-4 weeks...

Oh, Those Terrific Twos

July 4th 2019. The day my daughter turned two years old and I promise, it was like a switch internally that started the terrific twos. Now, I know they are often called terrible twos but...

My Journey as a Breast Cancer Previvor

Breast Cancer, from the child of a survivor I was in 6th grade when my mother was first diagnosed. I remember her being in bed a lot but not much else. She had a surgery...

Got Breast Milk?

It's a topic that seems to be taboo in today's society, but it is one that I feel is so important to spread awareness about -- donating breast milk. Sure, it's not for everybody....

Making Sleep a Thing

Disclosure:: This post is sponsored by Little Z's Sleep. All thought and opinions are from my own experience. Deciding to Make Sleep a Thing Let me start off by saying, sleep training may not be for...

Yes, My 2 Year Old is Still Rear-Facing

A day doesn't go by when I see a parent or adult with a child who is fastened in their car seat incorrectly or no car seat at all. In all honesty, it makes...

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