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April 2018 Books

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Meet Jodi!

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Jodi is a proud Baton Rouge girl with Denham Springs roots. Although she went away for college, she returned to her hometown to make her impact in the world of media. Radio offered her an opportunity to be herself and laugh.... Read full article

Pine Cone Pals

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Snow Friend Ornament

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Is It Terrible Twos or Just Terrible Behavior?

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Most parents know this scene all too well. One moment, you and your toddler are successfully navigating the aisles of the grocery store. Everyone’s happy. Everything’s fine. Until it’s not. Suddenly, your little angel is sprawled on the floor red fac... Read full article



Bacon and Cheese Quiche

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Whether you’re craving it morning, noon, or night, there’s never a bad time for quiche. Feast on this tasty and flaky dish made with eggs, cheese, and bacon.... Read full article

It Takes a Village BR

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Every Sunday, you can find a group of people cooking and packing white styrofoam to-go boxes under the North Boulevard overpass. The magic starts around 9 a.m., after ingredients are unloaded. Amid conversations and gospel music playing over the spea... Read full article

Smoky Chicken Wraps

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Need an easy idea for lunch or a picnic with your kiddos? These super easy chicken wraps are delicious, and they will fit perfectly in any lunchbox, whether it’s yours or your child’s.... Read full article

Loaded Totchos

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Introduce your family to totchos this week! Not sure what totchos are? Well, imagine the most delicious nachos you’ve ever eaten, but instead of chips, they are made with delicious tater tots! ... Read full article

Should My Child Say "I''m Sorry."?

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Teaching children to apologize–and mean it. Parent: “Say you’re sorry!” Child: “I’m sorry.” Parent: “Tell them why!” Child: “I’m sorry for taking your book.” Parent: “Without asking.” Child: “Without asking.” Sound somewhat familiar? ... Read full article

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