fbpx
Curious how to freshen up your skin routine? We suggest you try slugging. Looking for a faster way to fix your hair? Try the lazy mom’s guide to hair. Wondering if there’s a better way to cook bacon? Try this mom hack for cooking the best bacon ever and thank us later. What’s motherhood without perfecting your bacon, are we right? Maybe you want to create your own workout space at home. We even have you covered there! Now we are here with a Guide to Baton Rouge Fish Fry Fridays. Just in time for Fish Fry Fridays during Lent. Guide to Baton Rouge Fish Fry Fridays Lent has officially started this week, meaning meatless Fridays are underway. If you are looking...
I know that Easter is usually all about chocolate bunnies and lots of candy, but I have been trying to limit sugar and dyes for my kids recently because I have noticed a huge change in behavior with one child doing so. This year for Easter, I had to get kind of creative because I didn’t want baskets loaded down with candy! So, I decided to share my finds with you guys! I bought their baskets years ago from Five Below and I used my vinyl machine to personalize them! If you are looking for adorable baskets that won’t break the bank, go check them out. They have so many styles and colors and they are usually $5 and under! ...
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...
Walking into the store, you are bombarded with pastel colors, Reese’s eggs, jelly beans, chocolate bunnies, plastic candy-filled eggs, and all things bunny-shaped. Easter season is here and that means Easter baskets. Christmas was just a few months ago (and then Valentine’s Day), so of course I don’t want to spend a lot of money on Easter. Here are my tips for making quick and easy budget-friendly Easter baskets. Think outside the basket Don’t worry about that traditional Easter basket that will just get tossed to the side anyway. Use a beach bucket, umbrella, rain boots, baseball cap, or small plastic organization bin. Get creative! When looking at non-traditional baskets, think of ways you can use it after Easter, like for...
  This spring everything feels so different. In the middle of social distancing, birthday parties postponed, and no gatherings, one of the first things that hit me was Easter. I LOVE celebrating Easter, and we have traditions that we observe every year that are so meaningful and fun for our family. I started thinking about ways that we could make the day feel like Easter since some of the normal ways we celebrate aren't possible this year. Watch an Easter service on-line: Lots of churches, including our own, are streaming Easter services Sunday morning. We are going to watch ours Easter Sunday morning, and the service will still be an Easter service, just altered with no congregation and with other measures...

Follow Us

21,596FansLike
9,741FollowersFollow
1,194FollowersFollow
2,467FollowersFollow

Around Baton Rouge

Dear Single Moms In Baton Rouge…

Dear Single Moms in Baton Rouge, We are a little over a month into the new year, and reflecting on life seasons and growth...