Tiffany is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Desmond. Together they get to play the roles of Mommy and Daddy to Micah, a gifted Math Wiz and track star of a teenager who is always making people laugh, and Keilyn, a spunky, flower loving, artsy girl who will stop and talk to anyone she meets. She was born and raised in Baton Rouge and has Cajun blood running through her veins. She works full time outside of the home in commercial property insurance. She started the journey of motherhood young but wouldn’t have it any other way. Her children have taught her to laugh, play and that sometimes it’s ok not to have a plan! She has a passion for teenagers and is an active mentor in her church’s youth group. In her rare free time she enjoys shopping, coffee, and date nights with her husband. She believes that everyone has a story to tell and enjoys meeting new people, making people laugh, and spending time with friends and family.Trix started her life in Georgia and after bouncing around living in Myrtle Beach, Tahoe City, and Nashville, her (now) husband wrangled her into a life of Bayou living here in Baton Rouge. She’s the mother of four; a vivacious 6 year old, a curly haired 3 year old, their newest dream sleeper a 6 month old, and one sweet babe taken far too soon. She’s well versed in potty humor & innuendos while perfecting the art of sarcasm on the daily. When she’s not busy living the carpool life, complete with yoga pants & coffee she is running her business Rane or Shine Designs.D'Andra Odom grew up in Jonesboro, LA. D’Andra earned a Bachelors from Grambling State University in Grambling, LA and a Masters from the rival school Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA. However, the rivalry only lasts for one Saturday in November, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. D’Andra has a strong passion for public policy, social justice, and cooking. Therefore, it is no surprise that this self-proclaimed foodie met her husband, Chef Brandon Odom while trying a new spot, and ultimately co-founded Odom’s Kitchen. Together D’Andra and Brandon have two amazing children. One of the things she loves most about being in Louisiana is providing her children with access to three living great-grandparents. Additionally, D’Andra and Brandon enjoy entertaining friends and family through food and laughs.Elizabeth and her husband Nicholas have been married for 13 years. They live in Geismar, La with their 3 children, Addison (9), Parker (5), and Laurel (2). She is from Franklin, La and moved to Baton Rouge after receiving her Master’s in Business Administration from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is a Budget Administrator for the Department of Public Safety. She relies on sarcasm, a dry sense of humor, and the occasional cocktail to deal with the daily demands of motherhood. She loves crawfish, clean sheets, vacuuming, and the latest crime documentary on Netflix.Charlee is a new transplant to Baton Rouge from the mountains of Park City, Utah. She has been married to her husband Jeff for 9 years and is a stay at home mom to their little boy Rockwell, age 3. Between carpool, sports, trips to the park; you can find her trying to get in a good workout, shopping at Trader Joe’s, or in the aisles of Target. Charlee is a lover of beauty & fashion, travel, hosting guests, cooking, and having a good laugh with friends. After struggling to conceive and rounds of IVF, she continues to contribute to the awareness of infertility. Her family loves catching movies together, grabbing dinner at local spots, or packing up and heading on a getaway any chance they get.Melanie grew up in the New Orleans area. She has lived in Baton Rouge since starting her bachelors degree at LSU. Melanie has a BA in Mass Communication and a master’s degree in Social Work both from LSU. In her professional life Melanie focuses on women’s mental health. She also has a passion for group therapy. Melanie and her husband Adam have been married for nine years. They have a one year old son. In her personal life Melanie can be found trying out a new hobby, trying to “get organized” and avoiding the laundry. She loves sitcoms, traveling, iced coffee and carbs.Ashley is originally from Thibodaux, La. She moved to Baton Rouge in 2005 to attend graduate school at LSU where she received a master’s degree in social work. She has been married to her wonderful husband, Taylor, for 15 years and they have 3 daughters Raegan (14), Julia (8) and Sadie (2 going on 20). Ashley worked as a social worker in the medical field for 10 years before taking a break to be a stay at home mom. Life took a very unexpected turn when her husband was diagnosed with a rare cancer in 2019 which fueled her passion for rare disease awareness. She is co-founder of the non-profit Garage 10 which provides financial assistance to individuals with rare diseases. Ashley loves family, faith, friends, date nights, coffee creamer, exercising and quiet moments amongst the business of life.Hi! My name is Melanie and I have 2 wonderful sons. My husband (and partner) is Corlin LeBlanc. I have three degrees from Mississippi State and Jackson State. My BS is in biochemistry and my Masters and Doctorate are in Environmental Science. I am originally from Mississippi, our neighbor state. I enjoy photography, reading, the television show Martin (when I can), and doing science experiments with my children. I believe in Jesus Christ. I’m currently at home taking care of my beautiful family.Kimberly is a wife, mom, friend, community leader, and full-time business executive. She’s a Baton Rouge native, third-generation LSU grad with an MPA, and a self-proclaimed champion of both mastering chaotic schedules and creating coocoo jingles (mostly about burps, butts, and farts) to laugh kids out of tantrums. She enjoys playing board games with her husband and friends, jamming to throwback songs from the 90s, hosting neighborhood game nights, and spending time with her family and two puppies. Coffee is her crutch and comedy is her prescribed medicine for life’s insanity.Sara is the proud mother of four children and 2 cats. Born in Baton Rouge, she grew up in Ascension and decided to settle down in her hometown of Gonzales with her husband Travis. As the mom of two children with congenital heart disease, she's passionate about raising awareness for the cause. In her rare moment of spare time, she enjoys reading Stephen King novels, spending all her money on Amazon, and scrolling through TikTok. You can usually find her cruising the streets listening to 2000's emo, being her children's personal chauffeur.Hi, I’m Ronnie! I’m married to my husband Jonovon and we have a beautiful 2 year old daughter. In 2019 I graduated Esthetician School which is where I gained a love for Skincare. When I had our daughter in 2020 and became a stay-at-home mom, I decided to start a new craft and started making handmade soaps. I soon branched out to making bath bombs and then I later added body butters. I now have a small handmade Skin & Body care business. I love being a Mom and trying new crafts with my daughter. Fun fact, I am also a pageant mom! My favorite things include spending time with my family, watching my favorite shows and Holiday Hallmark movies. I also love trying new recipes and baking.Shannon and her husband Blaine are the parents to three amazing little ones. Pre-teen Anthony is their oldest, Michael is their stereotypical wild, middle child, with Karen closing out their pack as the caboose. As a new stay-at-home mom, Shannon turned her love of crafting into a small business, Sublime Southern Designs, LLC. In what little free time she has as a mom of three, she loves to watch LSU sports, create digital designs, crochet, and try her hand at new crafts.Erika Schneider is a life long native of a small community just outside of Baton Rouge. As a single mother of a vivacious 9 year old girl, Addie, she is always searching for budget friendly ways to have fun and enjoys tent camping, bonfires, fishing and day trips across the great state of Louisiana. Writing has also been another passion and so she is excited to share her thoughts, ideas and experiences with other moms across our area.Hi, my name is Darlene. I’m 35 years old. I have 2 kids-Andrew and Allison. I’m originally from Pearl Ms, but I have lived in Baton Rouge for the past 7 years. I’m a full time retail store manager. Definitely an introvert. I enjoy reading and writing, playing with my dog, ZaZa, cooking, and spending lots of time with my kids. I absolutely love all kinds of music and movies, and I know a lot of pop culture trivia.
Mirand is the founder of The Magnolia Rose Foundation for Autism Acceptance. She is an avid advocate for autism acceptance. Miranda is also responsible for creating inclusive Play Dates that create safe and fun spaces for autistic and neurotypical children to play, learn and understand the unique variations in one another. Prior to starting the foundation, she was a Domestic Engineer, providing exceptional care for her daughter Magnolia Rose and son DavidJames. Miranda is a cosmetologist and cosmetology instructor by trade. She is the proud owner of Full Spectrum Beauty Studio, specializing in locs, color, natural hairstyling, makeup and more. She is honored to be able to dedicate 50% of all service earnings to The Magnolia Rose Foundation. Miranda earned a B.A. in Communication Studies from Louisiana State University and a Mastery of Cosmetology from the Aveda Institute of BR.Trimica and her husband, Orlando have been married 21 years and have 2 beautiful daughters, Jayde, 19 a rising college sophomore, and Layla, 11 who is entering 6th grade. Together, they love to travel, spend time entertaining friends and family and try new food and restaurants. Professionally, Trimica Woodard is a dynamic, visionary leader with robust project management, organizational, customer service and communication skills. She has a 25-year history of leading high performing, engaged and empowered teams. Trimica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Louisiana State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is also a Project Management Professional, certified in 2013 by the Project Management Institute.Chastity George is a fifth-generation educator hailing from a small town in north Louisiana called Gilbert. She has called the Baton Rouge area home for nearly two decades after attending and graduating from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers). Chastity is married to her exceptional husband and has three Gorgeous Georges, two daughters ages 15 and 6, and a son who is 3. She enjoys attending concerts with her husband, spending time with family and friends, thrifting, hosting, working with kiddos, cooking, and traveling. She is also the curator for the High Tea Series, a space of empowerment and love that connects millennials to matriarchs.Ginger (Smith) LeBlanc is an artist, writer, momma, designer, creative, exvangelical and music fanatic. She grew up in Brusly, Louisiana and has called Prairieville home for the last 20 years. A divorced mom of two sons (17 and 12), she is raising both of her sons without organized religion, which has made for interesting extended family dynamics. She currently serves as Communications Director for an environmental justice nonprofit in New Orleans, Louisiana. This role is personal to her as she grew up in Cancer Alley and survived cancer in college. She also saw her youngest son through a cancer diagnosis at age 10. She has a passion for advocacy communications and education, mental health awareness, religious trauma recovery, body resilience and women's issues.Samii is Originally from Columbia, SC. She was a nomad for many years living in Atlanta, Charlotte, and Baltimore before accepting a professorship at Southern University and taking root in Zachary, LA with her family in 2018. Samii is married to her electrician husband DeQugan and together they have three girls: her bonus daughter Jordan (17), Honour (12) and Streeter (3). Samii holds three degrees, a BS in Family and Consumer Sciences Education (formerly Home Economics) from the HBCU, SC State University, a MS in Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors from UGA and a PhD. in Apparel Merchandising and Design from Iowa State. When she is not teaching, thinking about, or trying on the latest fashions, she enjoys traveling, family time, and DIY-ing. A perfect day for Samii would include a Mardi Gras parade – bonus points if she’s rolling with her krewe, the Mystic Krewe of Femme Fatale, a Target run, Tex-Mex and Margaritas!Emily Martyak is a professional School Counselor turned Stay-at-Home Mom to two toddler boys. She is an advocate for Maternal Mental Health in her daily life as well as through her social media. Emily and her husband, Matt, made the tough, but worthwhile decision to relocate their family from Tampa to Baton Rouge last Fall. Since then every day has been filled with discovering something new and beautiful about their new home, Louisiana.Corie is originally a proud Ponchatoula native with deep roots but after being swept up by Mr. Tall, Dark, Handsome and [a little] Surly is now a (somewhat) new resident of Denham Springs since 2016. Corie isn’t just, like, your regular hot mess mom, she's, like, a 'cool' hot mess mom. You will typically find her conducting the Hot Mess Mobile with a small litter of messes as her passengers: Karmyn, 12, Cassidy, 6 and Camille, 3. Corie works full time in Human Resources and also runs behind her three girls being a mediocre dance mom, attempting her best at being a decent soccer coach and somehow always finds herself fixing someone’s hair. Corie is an avid reader, passable cook, excellent cuddler and margarita enthusiast.