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Today We Cry

Today We Cry. Today my child is not feeling well. It’s one of those things where there’s literally nothing you can do. As the mom, I’m supposed to be the one who has the answers, right? The one who says “take this medicine,” “here’s some ice” or “take deep breaths” and the problem is resolved. […]

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On Raising Biracial Children

On Raising Biracial Children When my then five year old son asked me when he could have a little sister or brother, it made me really sad  … and not just because I’m not planning on ever adding to our tiny, easy to manage family unit. He asked for his sibling to be white like me. […]

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Where Are Your Manners?

Technically I am the OG of the NOMB. (That’s the Oldest Gal of the New Orleans Mom Blog.) I am 42 as of next month and have a kindergartner and a fourth-grader. That officially makes me an old(er) parent. I literally have parents in my daughter’s class who say, “Yes ma’am” to me. I don’t know […]

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Save the Date :: St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Open House is December 1st!

Disclosure :: this post is sponsored by St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. SAVE THE DATE! Please come to our Open House and bring a friend! View our video: “Why Choose St. Andrew’s” Open House Come see what makes St. Andrew’s special. Visit St. Andrew’s Episcopal School on one of our open house dates or call for a […]

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Holiday Gift Guide for Moms :: New Orleans Moms Blog’s Favorite Things

Disclosure :: New Orleans Moms Blog hand selected the items featured in this post. Some are brands we have worked with in the past and some are new, but they are all ones we are personal fans of and already endorse. In order to participate, New Orleans Moms Blog required all vendors to provide product for [...]
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The 5 Reasons I Put Up Christmas Decorations Before Thanksgiving

Every year when Halloween approaches and stores begin rolling our their holiday decorations, I start seeing and hearing a lot of grumbling about how we shouldn’t decorate for Christmas before Thanksgiving. And every year, like a good girl, I wait until after Thanksgiving to put up my Christmas decorations; however, I did not wait this year. This year when I […]

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