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Toddlers are adorable, toddlers are magical, and toddlers love everything. They also tend to be destructive to themselves, their siblings, and the homes they reside in. So here are some ideas for toddlers that are not a passive-aggressive message of revenge to their tired, hardworking parents. Tonies Happy Nappers (They are Cringey COLORFUL, but kids do appreciate an infomercial they have memorized. Marketing works, Disney Jr.) Kitchen Doll Changing Table Station Garden center Arcade Tent Kids Lounge Chair Bike Folding Wagon Squishies Costumes Fishing Pole Educational Toy Rocket Launcher Light-up Tracing Pad Dinosaur Eggs Mess-free Markers Magnetic Tiles Spill-proof sippy cups (preferably the brand they already use. You can never have enough sippy cups.) Non-glitter Bath Bombs  Ask toddlers. They will tell...
Whether it’s avoiding the mom shame game, or the challenges of having multiple young kids, we think that the best way to work through motherhood is together. No topic is off limits, even if it means getting honest about body image issues for young girls in Baton Rouge. ADHD is another topic that requires support and understanding, especially when having a child diagnosed with ADHD. Having a child diagnosed with ADHD is more than a task. With us just coming out of October and it being the month for ADHD awareness, I wanted to share our ADHD journey. It doesn't take much to feel isolated in this world of parenting. Society can not be very welcoming when it comes to children...
When our son, David, turned 4 we sought out ways to get him outside to engage with other kids because he was at home with us all day.  The places we frequented were our local park and the library.  David would play for a little while - sometimes with another child but he mostly enjoyed playing with his daddy.  We never saw the same children come to play at the park.  I think the lack of consistency made it hard for David to warm up to other kids in addition to being an only child. Once David turned 5 and started Kindergarten, there was information about soccer registration.  We signed him up and thought it would be a great outlet...
There are so many issues to consider for kids these days, from children’s mental well-being to food dyes and whether those matter to vaccines and when to get them. And that’s not even taking mom and dad’s health into account! Enduring a long NICU stay? We’ve been there. Looking for a great urgent care for children in Baton Rouge? Red Stick Mom has suggestions. We’ve talked about taking mental health days for kids, how to battle pesky molluscum, and arthritis in children. These are just a few of the health + wellness questions we’ve addressed on Red Stick Mom over the nine years we’ve served the community. In this blog post, you will learn about some natural methods for fighting those...
In my mind, by the time my son got to his SENIOR year in high school, I would feel like a professional parent, right? By now, we have survived the newborn phase, toddlerhood, middle-aged weirdness, AND even pre-teen and teen drama. Although we have experienced a lot together over the years, this year has a lot of new - final athletic seasons, graduation, and college applications to name a few. As this year begins, in my gut I am excited. Excited to see my son grow and bloom into the young adult he is turning into. Excited to see him conquer his hard classes and a fun athletic season. Excited for the rest of our family to gather around and...

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