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Alyson Haggerty

Alyson Haggerty
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Alyson lives in Metairie with her husband, Patrick, their 7 and 4 year-old boys, and their Morkie, Beignet. After teaching for almost ten years, she left a career in education and is now a full-time nursing student. In her hypothetical free time, Alyson would enjoy flipping furniture, writing, and dancing. She is always looking for a racquetball partner and loves streetcar rides and playing board games with her family. A good cook, she is constantly on a quest to answer the age-old question, “What’s for dinner?” but has thus far been unsuccessful.

My Husband Tested Positive for COVID-19

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My husband, a nurse in a New Orleans ICU, became symptomatic 5 days ago. He was tested almost immediately, and today we got the results. His test was positive. While he had been experiencing...

Life Lessons from Netflix’s Tiger King

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What to Watch: Shows for the Whole Family

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A mom can only handle so much Paw Patrol and Pokémon, amirite? I hate banishing my kids to the playroom TV when they want to watch something that I don't. Thankfully, now that they're...

Waxing and Waning: Life after the Loss of My Eyebrow

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I am deeply saddened to announce the loss of the end of my left eyebrow as well as some of my eyelid. I debated whether to post my story, but as hard as it...

Managing the Mayhem :: Hacks and Products You Didn’t Know You Needed

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I'm all about problem-solving, and my village and I have found some creative solutions to make the daily chaos of motherhood a little more manageable. Here are some of my tried and true favorites. Gift...

Dear New Orleans: A Love Letter after Nyx

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Dear New Orleans, Thanks for showing up last night. But, of course, you would. It was the perfect weather to kick off the biggest weekend of Mardi Gras, weather I'd been praying for as a...

The Power in Puckering Up :: Why You Need to Be Making Out

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Disclosure :: this post contains some affiliate links, but as moms we only recommend that which we also buy for our own families. Gifts That Are Still Giving: 7 Faves from Christmas Now that we're several...

Confession of a Bad Mom :: I Lied to Summer Camp

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My Favorite Things :: A Mardi Gras Parody

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No White Flags :: Gleason Calls Us to Expect the Extraordinary

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Recently, New Orleans’ beloved Steve Gleason was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest honor a civilian can earn. I was vaguely familiar with his optimism and humility, but it wasn’t until the ceremony...

The No Phone Zone: My 5 Faves for Dining Out with Kids

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Disclosure :: there are affiliate links embedded below, but we hope our tips and tricks save your parenting sanity, too! The No Phone Zone: My 5 Faves for Dining Out with Kids We go out to...

20 Totally Doable Resolutions for 2020

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I've spent years making these huge, unrealistic resolutions that I would give up on just a few weeks into the New Year. About five years ago, however, I decided to get realistic. My goals...

Burrow Wins Heisman, Delivers Message Everyone Needs to Hear

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This morning, the host of ESPN radio said something like, "Anytime you see two grown men crying in sports, something special is going on." In case you've been living under a rock, he was...

 

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