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10 Last-minute Tips before Day Camp Starts12-May-2016

Sponsored Content You think you got this? You likely do, but just in case, we spoke with Melissa Conner with Kidcam Summer Camps for some last-minute tips. 1. ‘Action&rsqu.. Read More

Ask the Teacher-sports, teacher errors, potty habits04-Jan-2016

Ask the Teacher- Sports vs academics, teacher mistakes, potty habits Q: My daughter is on her middle school’s soccer team, and has hours’ long practices every afternoon. When she h.. Read More

Best Apps for Learning01-Sep-2015

Best back to school apps The “edutainment” industry has a plethora of fun apps and computer games that can expand your child’s mind and reinforce school lessons. Here are our .. Read More

Avoiding the Summer Slide30-Apr-2015

Avoiding the Summer Slide Educators and researchers are getting a little concerned about what happens to all of the momentum and learning from the school year that seems to go on hiatus over t.. Read More

Family-Friendly Geocaching30-Apr-2015

Geocaching in New Orleans Michelle Maggiore of Uptown recently took her family on a modern-day treasure hunt. There were no hand-drawn maps or swashbuckling pirates; instead, like-minde.. Read More

Local museum fun for kids30-Apr-2015

Kids Can Experience Art & History at NOLA Museums This Summer During the school year, your child very well might end up taking a field trip to a few of these museums or attractions. But th.. Read More

drinking moms25-Sep-2014

Moms are drinking more than ever before. Why, and what can be done? In her book Her Best Kept Secret, Gabrielle Glaser traces the history of women and drinking along with the astonish.. Read More

OneApp in NOLA21-Aug-2014

apply named? Making the most of the OneApp, with some exceptions. OneApp—the common, single application for most of New Orleans’ charter and traditional pu.. Read More

Finding the Right OB30-Apr-2014

Finding the Right OB In New Orleans, it’s easy to get the name of an obstetrician; the real legwork is making sure he or she is ideally suited for your specific wishes and .. Read More

The Birthday Circuit21-Nov-2013

By Ann Herren As a new parent, one of the biggest shocks to my mental health, aside from the small human that was now living with us, was Birthday Parties. I squeak.. Read More

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

Stay Healthy Louisiana!

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


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