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considering camp? here's a quick Q & A Q: How do I know a camp will be right for my child? A: The best way is to talk to the director. Ask about their philosophies, ab.. Read More

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teaching to brush on their own- 3 great tips16-Apr-2015

Practicing good oral hygiene is very important for children during the summer time, especially when away at camps. As kids venture away from home for the first time or any time, it is imp.. Read More

Cruel Intentions30-Mar-2015

Bullying & Autism (For tips on how to help your child from being a victim of bullying, click here (http://www.nolababy.com/announcements/tips-to-prevent-bullying-of-autistic-childr.. Read More

Lark in the Park!09-Mar-2015

Spring is fast approaching, and what better way to celebrate the end of the cold with City Park's premier Fundraiser- first started in 1982- Lark in the Park. This year marks the 10 year anniversa.. Read More

10 Reasons Why Your Teen Should Work at Camp04-Mar-2015

10 reasons for teens to work at camp Your teen has years of experience as a participant at summer camp; now he’s old enough to apply to join the camp staff as a counselor in trai.. Read More

Unleash Their Talent at an Arts Camp04-Mar-2015

benefits of arts camp Acting, singing, music, photography, fine art, design… There’s a camp for that. If you’re undecided about a camp for your child, consider this:.. Read More

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Crawfish Tales

A New Orleans native and crawfish lover, I used to describe myself as a PR girl but now I describe myself as an avid multi-tasker, juggling my way through the day while experiencing the joys of motherhood with a marketing eye.   Visit Blog

Mommy Man- Adventures of a Gay Superdad!

I live with my boyfriend, Drew – no, we’re not married – and our twins Bennett and Sutton, who were born in August 2009.  They were conceived via gestational surrogate, with eggs provided by Drew’s sister, Susie.  (Yes, I provided the sperm… which I add not because I enjoy talking about my sperm with complete strangers, but because some people will wonder… and what must those people think?)

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One Potato

Bottom line; we love books! And so does Jay. He gives incredible reviews, and on every sort of children's book you can imagine.   Visit Blog

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Public Health news and ideas for Healthier Living from LPHI  Visit Blog