Articles in Exceptional Lives, March Guides, Susan Lowry Cedotal, Crafts and Cooking and One Amazing Kid

You Are Resilient

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Niles Babin

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Math and music are Niles Babin’s two main focuses. Niles, 16, began participating in math competitions in fourth grade and has been playing music for nearly a decade, starting with piano then tuba and guitar.... Read full article

A Stand for Life, Independence, and Health

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Karen Roy has lived most of her life in a wheelchair. When she was 19, she was shot in the back during an armed robbery, resulting in a complete T-10 spinal cord injury.... Read full article

Cheesy Skillet Pizza Dip

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Have a football party to attend? Bring along this delicious and easy-to-make appetizer for everyone to enjoy.... Read full article

Carrot-Shaped Crayons

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Make It.... Read full article



Peanut Butter M&M’s Cookie Pie

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Loaded with chocolate and peanut butter candy, this sweet treat is sure to win over your kiddos and your Valentine.... Read full article

Greek Salad Hummus

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Devour this delicious dish with pita chips while having your very own Greek night this week.... Read full article

Gardening with Kids: Playing in Dirt isn’t Just Fun–It’s Healthy, Too!

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There’s no question, playing in the dirt tops the list of fun for kids, particularly young children, despite the protests of many well-intended parents. If you happen to be one of those worried parents, you can put your fears aside.... 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

Thomas O’Connor

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When Thomas O’Connor participated in Young Entrepreneurs Academy of Baton Rouge, he didn’t know just how useful his business would be during the global pandemic and its disruptions to learning.... Read full article

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