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Recently, a fellow New Orleans Mom posted on the uniform debate. In the article, she stated why, as a mother, uniforms made more sense to her than allowing students to wear any clothes as long as they were in...
The Unsettled Debate Here we are, back again discussing dress codes. When my daughter was entering high school, I wrote a post about our parish not having uniforms in high school. Well, here we are two years later, and I...
Do you love setting an alarm clock on weekends? Do you love suspense? Do you love to sweat? If you answered yes to any of these questions, travel ball might just be your thing! I hung up my cleats...
Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by BE-RAD Lab at the University of New Orleans. Living in a Post-Pandemic World :: 5 Tips to Help Your Children Adjust Successfully New Orleans is opening up just in time for summer fun! While...
2021 New Orleans Mom Teacher of the Year Finalists We received some amazing nominees for our New Orleans Mom Teacher of the Year campaign … nominated by parents, students, colleagues, neighbors, and friends … all who have made a difference...
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Summer is almost here! Most of us are filling our calendars with family vacations and summer camps, but don't forget about VBS! What's VBS you ask? It's Vacation Bible School! VBS is offered at many churches throughout the NOLA...
Whew. Last night was rough. By the time we got home from carpool, and drums, and practice, and brother's baseball game, it was 8:15 pm and we hadn't even started homework or eaten dinner. I had done my best...
When my boys were babies, I made all of their food. I loved steaming vegetables and busting out my food processor to introduce them to new things. As they got older, they continued to eat what was served, rarely...
My 11-year-old son’s phone is history. Kids and phones mean constant policing and I’m tired. Tired of checking and double-checking, unlocking, and blocking. Your daughter’s texts were the last straw. Every night the phone comes to my room. Nothing good...
In this bizzaro, upside down, unprecedented time, it seems so strange when there’s anything “normal” to be nervous about. Luckily, fate has done me a solid and thrown in just one of those things this week. Somehow, I am old enough...
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Disclosure :: This sponsored post is brought to you by our friends at Louise S. McGehee School. How McGehee Helps Young Girls Embrace Individuality and Independence :: A Mom's Perspective While most recent holiday wish lists were stacked with hoverboards, Baby...
My daughter is in her teen years, and as the days and months go by, so does the pressure for her to have Social Media. Most of her friends have at least one form of social media adding to...