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Into The Fire: Social Media at Eight?!

by Mari Walker on

I never thought I'd see the day when I'd let my eight year old have access to any form of social media. But I never thought I'd see a global pandemic that keeps us away from our normal lives, so my parenting priorities have understandably shifted. I'... Read full article

Creamy Herb Chicken Pasta

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All you need is 15 minutes and six ingredients to cook up this deliciously creamy chicken pasta for your next family meal.... Read full article

Savory Bread Pudding Muffins

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Yoga Anyone? Four Reasons to Give Yoga a Try

by Amy Delaney on

I first started stretching and “down-dogging” a few years back. I began my yoga adventure at a local studio, taking in-person classes. I remember asking my classmates, “Why isn’t there a line around the block for yoga?” To this day, I still wonder. Y... Read full article

Ants on a Log

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Get your crew involved in making this snack time classic. Ants on a Log consists of raisins, peanut butter, and celery, and it’s nutritious and delicious.... Read full article



Avocado Pickles

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The Pain of Our Children

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We do everything in our parental power to protect our children. Desperately wanting to prevent pain. Yet, pain is inevitable. All of my children have been hurt not only by the world but by people they love, including me.... Read full article

Little Love Monsters

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Finished, But Not Done (Making the Decision to Complete Our Family)

by Ellen Mecholsky on

As parents, we all ask each other similar questions about parenthood: “How is your baby sleeping? How do you handle tantrums? Are you getting your kid a cell phone?” But the question I get most often these days, as a mother of three children who are ... Read full article

Knowing These Tips Can Help Your Child’s Skin

by Jessica L. LeBlanc, MD, FAAD on

In Baton Rouge, we do not get many weeks of cold weather, but when we do get that rare drop in humidity, our skin pays the price. Kids and adults alike have drier skin in the winter months; however those with underlying eczema have a worse time. Know... Read full article

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