- Misty and her husband of 7 years live in Gonzales, LA with their 2 energetic and amazing children, Jax-7 and Elliot-4. She is native to Alexandria, LA and moved to the Baton Rouge area in 2005, where she now works for a large electrical contracting group. Her son Jax was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at 8 days old and Misty has made it her mission to fund raise and educate as many people as she can about CF. Misty and her family love to find local (and non-local) adventures on the weekends and playing board games together. She is an avid reader, make-up buyer, and coffee-drinker. She can be found on the sofa binge watching The Office on Netflix and on Instagram at @MISTYROUSSA.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.Michelle, and her stud of a husband Michael, moved to Baton Rouge from Houma, 5 years ago. They are the parents to a 5-year-old named Maverick and a 3-month-old named Melody! She graduated from Nicholls State University and earned her degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. Their home is constantly filled with laughter, music and fun! She loves red lipstick, Disney and believes everything is better with a hot cup of tea or iced vanilla chai!Hi, my name is D’Andra Odom. My husband, Brandon, and I have two children: Josiah and Corrinne. Some of our favorite past times as family include: visiting with family and friends near and far, cooking as a family, traveling, and a good day of outdoors in the yard. My husband and I own also own a catering company, Odom’s Kitchen. Additionally, I am an active member of: Louisiana Community and Translational Sciences Community Advisory Board at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, The Environment and Health Council of Louisiana, as well as, The National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Metro Baton Rouge. When I am not blogging (but-mom.org), spending time with family and friends, and catering you will find me trying to create a lifestyle change for the dryer that thrives on a diet of socks. I am eager to contribute to RSM and excited to have a new FRamily.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.Hi, I’m Deon! I grew up in Zachary, Louisiana and graduated from LSU. I now live in Prairieville. I had my daughter, Evelyn, in the fall of 2018. I’m a member at Istrouma Baptist Church. I love traveling and exploring new places. A plane ticket to anywhere with a rental car waiting for me is a dream vacation. I have a degree in mass communications with a concentration in public relations and a minor in political science. I use my skills to the best of my ability as an advocate for adoptable pets and animal welfare, particularly at Companion Animal Alliance. I have two rescue dogs at home. My daughter’s first word was dog (or ‘gog’). As for my day job, I serve as the Executive Director of a conservative think tank. I spend the majority of my free time in my garden, attempting to master my Canon camera, reading, and walking my daughter through the neighborhood in her wagon.
Jillian is a native Texan but has loved life in Louisiana for the past 9 years. She and her husband, Matthew, met in college and moved to Baton Rouge to help start Antioch Community Church. Matthew is the CEO of a local tech start up called Check. Jillian stays home with and homeschools their three girls: Hattie (5.5), Annie (3), & baby Lydia (born March 2020). Jillian is a voracious reader and loves talking about books. Her favorites are novels that have great character development and rich plot or theology books that make her brain hurt. She loves to cook, is obsessed with trying new Trader Joe’s products, and volunteers with her church in the women’s ministry as well as preaches every so often on Sunday mornings. Jillian is an Enneagram 7, always needs something to look forward to, loves making new friends, and occasionally does Crossfit with her husband.Born and raised in Houma, having lived in Lafayette and now living in Baton Rouge, I am a mom, full-time employee & entrepreneur. I have three boys named Colston (5) and twins - Rowan and Reeves (3). I graduated in 2013 from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a B.A. in Broadcasting. I worked in radio for 11 years being on the air and holding multiple management titles at 94.5 KSMB & 101.5 WYNK. While working in radio, I also worked in TV news and other jobs. Currently, my family owns an insurance business (Scott Tully Allstate), I work at the Louisiana Department of Health as a Communications Specialist, and we invest in real estate. I carry with me from radio a rebranded podcast called 'Mommy on the Geaux'. As a mom who does not stop, I also love fitness, being outdoors, eating out with family/friends & traveling.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.Lindy grew up in Thibodaux, LA. She and her husband met on a blind date their first year at LSU and joke that it’s the longest date ever. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Lindy moved to Dallas where she worked at a design firm and got a degree in Photography at Art Institute. Before returning home, she and her husband traveled a bit and then finally settled in Baton Rouge, so they could be close to their LSU Tigers again. Lindy is a mother of 3 and has been living in Baton Rouge for 11 years. Nowadays, her time is typically spent at soccer and baseball games, swim meets, or in the car between one of those. Her favorite day of the week is Sunday. Her favorite thing about Sundays are worshiping Jesus and Superior brunches with family/friends that last way too long.Haley was born and raised in Baton Rouge and after a short stint in the great white north of Connecticut for college she decided she missed wearing shorts in January and came home. She met a boy, they got married and she headed to law school. She and her husband Jared have now been married for 11 years and have two amazing kids—Iain (7) and Ronan (5). While currently staying at home, when Haley’s not wrangling children, her husband, or their new dog, she can be found volunteering at the Louisiana Arts and Science museum, reading, writing, drinking copious amounts of tea, and absolutely not murdering plants. You may also find her buried somewhere under her children’s dirty clothes. Honestly, how is there so much dirty laundry? She loves family trips, her book club, an eclectic mix of podcasts and, of course, hoarding books she will definitely read…eventually.Melissa Fleming lives in Prairieville, Louisiana with her husband, Blake, and their three beautiful daughters: Evelyn (4), Clara (2), and Chloe (1). She graduated from LA Tech with a B.A. in journalism and then earned her M.Ed. and Ph.D. in counselor education from UNO. She is the owner of MWF Counseling, LLC. In between seeing clients, chasing toddlers, and holding babies, she enjoys watching Real Housewives and drinking as much caffeinated tea as possible.JC’s heart is full and so is her home. She is thankful to be “living the dream” with her kind and very patient husband, Jay, of 22 years. They work as a team to parent their 10 children, ages 21 to 8. Each day in the Dardis home is full of adventure, often unexpected events…and many opportunities to love without condition and surrender to the moment. JC graduated from LSU in Psychology, backpacked around the world for 18 months, was a missionary for two years, earned a teaching degree from McNeese and directed a small non-profit. A native of Baton Rouge, JC grew up in Lake Charles and Alexandria. A homeschool mom for 9 years, JC now is the Administrative Assistant for Flavin Realty, Inc as well as a Real Estate Agent. JC enjoys anytime outdoors, waking up early for alone time, exercising, and speaking to Jesus.¡Hola! My love for cultures started from birth- my mom is from Venezuela and my dad is from New York, yet I was raised in the South by anything other than southerners. I love to experience all that South Louisiana has to offer and taking my family along for the ride is everything! God has graciously given to my husband and me 3 beautiful boys! My background is in speech working as an SLP-A. Raising our kids with a keen focus on child development excites me, and I would love to share tips and tricks with you! My hobbies include- food, fitness (Iron Tribe), and faith. On a long weekend, you’ll probably find us traveling to Texas to see our family.Jennifer is originally from Cajun land and small town, Eunice Louisiana. She and her husband Luke, a West Monroe Native, have been married for 6 years. They met here in Baton Rouge Louisiana and now reside in Prairieville. Jennifer Graduated from LSU School of Dentistry with a Bachelors in Dental Hygiene. She works full time as Dental Hygienist here in Baton Rouge. In 6 short years they welcomed 4 children. 4 yr old Grant, 3 yr old Hannah Kate, 1 yr old Wes, and 6mo old Lee. Jennifer is the proud owner of a minivan she swore she would never drive. She absolutely loves to cook and so does Luke. They have mastered the “at home” date night and challenge themselves with new recipes on weekends as sitters are far and few between. In her limited free time she can be found at the spa, reading a book, Amazon shopping, working on Shutterfly photo projects and hosting family for cook outs and pool days.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.Born and raised, and currently raising my family in Ponchatoula, I'm a wife, mom, lawyer, bookworm, and beach bum. I've been married to my amazing husband, Dean, for six years and we have two beautiful children, Hudson (4) and Camille (6 months). I'm a part-time, work-from-home attorney practicing business and insurance defense and balancing my full time mom job of two littles. I hate to cook but love to clean. I love traveling to the beach as much as I can, snuggling on the couch watching netflix with my crew, country music, a good book, and any excuse for a glass of red wine!
Originally from Minden, LA, Angela and her spouse, Cameron, moved to Baton Rouge to start their careers and family. When they aren’t working, you might catch them playing at the park or checking out library books with their son, David. Angela is mostly introverted and a deep thinker. She enjoys self-improvement books as well as romance and underdog stories. When she isn’t keeping to herself, she enjoys laughing with loved ones, making memories and developing authentic deep relationships. She hopes to connect more with her community.