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Easy Baked Chicken Tacos

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Celebrate National Taco Day with these easy to make chicken tacos. Dress them any way you choose before popping them into the oven for a delicious family meal.... Read full article

Pirate’s Booty Ice Cream

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What better way to celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day than with this pirate treat? This ice cream is made with peanuts, coconut milk, and all. the. cookies. ... Read full article

Strawberry Spritzer

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It’s hot outside! Cool off with this cold, fizzy, and fruity drink that is perfect for everyone in the family.... Read full article

Grands! Mini Pizzas

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Make it pizza night with these mini biscuit pizzas. You can set up a pizza making station in the kitchen, so your kiddos can create their own master-pizzas with this easy and fun recipe.... Read full article

Christmas Lights Craze: Local Families’ Holiday Displays Shine Bright

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Local families the Hohensees, the Clarks, and the Johnsons are known for creating these eye-catching displays every year. ... Read full article



Family Bonding this Season

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It’s the greatest time of the year, and spending this special time with your loved ones is important.... Read full article

A Playdate-Style Birthday Party

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Birthday parties for littles can add up fast. For a few Benjamins, you can take them and a few friends to a bounce place or rent a bounce house for your backyard. We didn’t start big parties like that for my older daughter until she was about five.... Read full article

Confetti Popcorn Bars

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Celebrate National Popcorn Day with this fun take on popcorn bars. These no-bake bars are made with delicious gumdrops, and they’re bright, colorful, and appealing to kiddos.... Read full article

Cringe-worthy Christmas

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Surviving Awkward Holiday Moments.... Read full article

Guided by Faith

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It seems like only yesterday, and yet in other ways it seems like years ago. The pain was like a neverending tsunami wave. My family and I had recently moved to Baton Rouge where I would serve as Lead Pastor of Woodlawn Baptist Church. Our family was... Read full article

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