Author Archive | Lindsay

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Dear Husband, I See You

Not so long ago we had a hard talk about me seeing right through you. I think it’s time I told you what I do see. I see you working long days teaching, coaching, and caring for other people’s children and then jumping right in to do the same for your own … even when […]

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Frustration at the Field

“Great play, kiddo,” I yell in reply to my son’s enthusiastic shouts from the field. He beams with pride. Why, I’m not exactly sure, because I have no idea what he just did. I’m a coach’s wife. My husband lives and breathes sports and our son likes them, so he usually ends up playing one sport […]

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We Are Not Meant to Do This Alone

I started antidepressants again after two years of being off of them. It feels like defeat. It’s not, but it still feels that way. And that’s coming from someone who openly advocates for women’s mental health.  What kind of a double standard is that? I didn’t want to be here again. But you know what else […]

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10 Kirkland Brand Products We Can’t Live Without at Costco

Disclosure: we are thrilled that one of our personal favorite stores, Costco, is also an official sponsor. Our team genuinely loves shopping at Costco, and it is an honor that they want to hear what we have to say!  The Costco Experience Costco is my family’s go-to store for just about everything from household items like lightbulbs […]

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2016 Guide to Holiday Lights in New Orleans

Pack the kids up in the car, turn up the holiday music, and check out the amazing light displays NOLA has to offer. A few neighborhoods have some pretty amazing lights that are worth a detour and a later-than-normal bedtime. 2016 Guide to Holiday Lights in New Orleans Celebration in the Oaks (November 25 – January 1) […]

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2016 Guide to Holiday Teas, Concerts, and Merriment in New Orleans

Teddy Bear Teas, Caroling, Concerts and parades (of course)…there’s something for everyone no matter what holiday you celebrate or how you celebrate it. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the Musical (select dates in November) :: Your heart will grow three sizes during the musical production performed at the beautiful Saenger Theater. Featuring the hit […]

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2016 Guide to Nutcracker Performances in New Orleans

The classic Nutcracker ballet is a Christmas favorite for young and old. Sugar Plum Fairies, dancing snowflakes, and a growing Christmas tree will make for magical memories to last a lifetime. 2016 Guide to Nutcracker Performances in New Orleans Delta Festival Ballet (December 17 at 7:30pm & December 18 at 2:00pm) :: DFB’s 35th Anniversary Season of […]

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