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How Going Gluten Free Saved My Family (Part 1 of 3)

How Going Gluten Free Saved My Family (Part 1 of 3) My daughter has been screeching hysterically in the back seat for almost 40 minutes, refusing or unable to tell me what’s wrong. She’s in full-on meltdown mode, fighting against her car seat for a few minutes, then hyperventilating to catch her breath. I keep driving, whistling softly to myself […]

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Four Tips to Help You Secure a FREE Breast Pump

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Breast Pumps Louisiana. That said, we are excited to have a local company share their tips to help you receive a FREE breast pump! Four Tips to Help You Secure a FREE Breast Pump Get Informed Under the Affordable Care Act, breastfeeding service and supplies are a covered benefit. Below […]

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A Letter to Myself :: Your Milk Was Good to the Last Drop {And it’s OK to be Sad You Weaned}

Dear Me: I know you’re sad right now. I can feel the tears dripping down your face and know the weight on your heart. You’re out of sorts – no more wondering when it’s going to happen. It has happened. It’s been a week now since Vivienne last breastfed. Some people don’t know what to […]

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Bloom Mother’s Day Brunch {Event Recap}

Disclosure :: all New Orleans Moms Blog events are made possible by our amazing partners. Thank you to Touro, Children’s Hospital and Maison Lafitte/The Lakehouse for sponsoring this event and to Touro and Maison Lafitte for inviting our readers and guests into their cozy “homes.”   Women in Bloom :: A New Orleans Mother’s Day Brunch Last Saturday the New […]

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Nutrition and Breastfeeding {Tips from a Touro Dietician}

Disclosure :: World Breastfeeding Week is recognized August 1 – 7, 2015. This year, World Breastfeeding Weekcalls for concerted global action to support women to combine breastfeeding and work. Whether a woman is working in the formal, non-formal or home setting, it is necessary that she is empowered in claiming her and her baby’s right to breastfeed. Our World […]

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