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I love the Easter season. Finding little treasures for my kid’s Easter baskets, participating in egg hunts, picking out pastel-colored dresses and white sandals, and thinking about the perfect Easter Sunday meals all bring me a lot of joy. The crawfish boils, the azaleas blooming, the mostly (sans Tornados!!) perfect weather, it’s just a happy season all around. But beyond all of these external things to enjoy, there is something internal heightened in me as we prepare to celebrate Easter: refocusing my mind and heart of the reality of life in Jesus, His presence in my life, and enjoying friendship with Him. All of this is made possible because of the life, death, and resurrection of the Son of...
Who caters your Easter brunch in Baton Rouge? Here is your comprehensive guide to the best Easter catering in Baton Rouge! We've done all the research for you to find out who is doing the cooking for the holidays this year. We hope this helps take some of the stress off your & the Bunny's plate. Important Note: If you are planning to order holiday catering in Baton Rouge, be sure to call ahead and check for ordering deadlines.  Cheesecake Bistro Let Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro cater your Easter Feast! You can pick between their Family Meal (feed 6-8) Glazed Spiral Ham Bone in (4-5 lbs), Biscuits (dozen) and choice of two sides (2 quarts) or order a la carte.  Customize your meal by adding...
2022 Guide to Easter Events in Baton Rouge Can you believe that the Easter holiday is practically right around the corner? We have gathered these egg-cellent Easter events in and around Baton Rouge for you to enjoy! Hoppy Easter! Pictures with the Bunny at the Mall of Louisiana :: March 18-April 16 Don’t miss out on capturing some very hoppy moments with your little ones and The Bunny. Even if you have a fur family get egg-cited for our pet photo nights so plan your visit and bring your paw-fect pets! Space is limited, so make your reservation today! Have a happy Easter with exciting photo experiences you can enjoy with the whole family. Schedule: *Times may vary, visit website for up-to-date information. Sensory Bunny...
Remember back when you were little and Valentine’s Day was simpler and didn’t come with any pressure? Back when Valentine’s Day was just about candy and passing out your favorite cartoon character valentines with cutesy sayings to your classmates. You probably made construction paper heart cards in class or received a box of candy and a card from your parents. Somehow over the years, the day has turned into more of a Christmas 2.0 Instead of feeling the pressure to buy yet another stuffed animal or Valentine’s Day trinket at the store, I try to keep it simple and low-key. I love doing simple, cute Valentine’s Day activities with my children. Below is my list of super-easy ideas to do...
Let’s Stay in for Valentine’s Day Let’s face it, we are living in a very face-paced world. With that everyday hustle and bustle, we all need to outsource as much as can. Work, chores, tasks, dishes, laundry all pile up faster than you can even create a plan to reduce the load. So as Valentine’s Day approaches, it goes without saying that you now are faced with another task on the “to-do” list. Add this to the constant fluctuation of COVID rates, and what is one to do. Let’s just STAY HOME! There are several ways to make this Valentine’s Day memorable without the risk of large crowds. Here are my top five Valentine’s Day at home Iideas: Hire a Private Chef ...
The holiday season is in full swing and who doesn't love a gingerbread decorating party? I know ... the mom who has to plan, host and clean up! In addition to the added tasks this season will bring, hosting a gingerbread party may be the last thing on your mind. Gingerbread decorating happens to be one of my favorite traditions, so this year I allowed my daughters to invite friends over to join in the fun. Below are a few details to help with hosting a very simple gingerbread decorating party. The Gingerbread If the word gingerbread house makes you cringe, I have just the trick for you. Hot glue is a game-changer for assembling gingerbread homes. Have you ever spent...
Every year during the holiday season, families enjoy their own traditions. When you become a parent, you can’t help but think back to your childhood holiday memories. If you’re me, you assess which activities were fun, which memories were amazing, and which traditions could be cut. I am a daughter of the ultimate stay-at-home-mother (SAHM), so I was blessed with a lot of fun, creative memories to choose from. When my brothers and I visited Santa, we were wearing matching homemade puffer paint Christmas sweatshirts. At the Christmas Eve candlelight service, my brothers were trying (not) to light each other on fire with their candles. In the blur of Christmas cookies and Christmas plays, one tradition stood out. It...
A few years ago my husband’s family decided to forgo the adult gift card exchange, the Secret Santa and the white elephant and instead decided to do a homemade gift exchange. (Don’t worry the younger kids/great grandchildren still got their regular gifts.) There were a few rules: Each family unit made a gift for the other family units. Grandparents, Aunts/Uncles, Cousins, Siblings and Parents all included. The cost was to stay between $2-$3 per item. The results were fun, entertaining and delicious!  The majority of the items were consumables. I liked this, as it was something that could be used and enjoyed, and not take up too much space in your house. Most gifts were packaged in mason jars, or...
Who caters your holiday meals in Baton Rouge? Here is your comprehensive guide to the best holiday catering in Baton Rouge! We've done all the research for you to find out who is doing the cooking for the holidays this year. We hope this helps take some of the stress off your plate this season. Important Note: If you are planning to order holiday catering in Baton Rouge, be sure to call ahead and check for ordering deadlines.  Cheesecake Bistro Let Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro cater your Holiday Feast! The Holiday Family Meal (feeds 6-8) includes fried turkey breast (4lbs), turkey gravy (1 quart), buttermilk biscuits (1 dozen) and choice of two (2 quart) traditional holiday sides.  Customize your meal by adding dessert like...

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