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A lot of time has passed since my last twins related post. As a new mom of twins, I was learning to juggle being a wife, career woman, and mom to three. Now, a half of year later, I feel...
Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge. A Parent’s Guide to Raising a “Digital Native” Snapchat. Instagram. iMessage. YouTube. Fortnite. These media and gaming platforms are all part of daily life for many teenagers, readily...
To help you prepare for kids, there are many quizzes, books, blogs, and articles giving advice about major milestones. They talk about early morning feedings, potty training, and the terrible twos, but none of them prepare you for fourth...
I remember when my oldest started preschool. I was so excited that he was finally of age to where he could participate in after school activities. Like one of those moms on TV, I imagined all the fun I...
Since when is PreK real school? Like, backpack and folders and language arts (which mostly consists of making art using a letter for inspiration BUT STILL) ... we were in daycare from age 1. My son had a routine,...

Why We Chose Montessori School

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"There is no man existing who has not been formed by the child he once was." This is one of many memorable quotes from Maria Montessori, the founder of the Montessori philosophy for educating children, and it is this respectful...
My kindergartener came home from school yesterday and in telling me about her day, said something to this effect:  "The pilgrims came over on ships, and they were on the ships for a really long time. They started running out of...
Middle school can be such an awkward time for a child. It’s the years that their bodies start changing, acne starts growing, and their hormones are out of control! This is also the time when they typically seek interest...

You Used to be Tiny

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You Used to be Tiny You used to be tiny. So tiny you fit on my shoulder and when you cried, I could sing “You Are My Sunshine” to lull you into calm. When you fell asleep in the car,...
Rude, Mean, or Bullying - And What to Do About It Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Episcopal School of Baton Rouge. Seeing their child in pain is one of the hardest things a parent can experience. When it is...
'Twas the first week of summer And the kids slept in. We ate long breakfasts  As we lounged in the den. The refrigerator was stocked with healthy foods, And everyone was in the greatest of moods. My children’s little faces were all aglow As we talked...
My kids are 6 years apart. As I was searching for a school or my first born, we were overwhelmed with our options. In my opinion, I needed a road map to decipher EBR’s schools – we have public,...

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2020 Guide to Easter Events in Baton Rouge

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2020 Guide to Easter Events in Baton Rouge Can you believe that the Easter holiday is practically right around the corner? We have gathered these...

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