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5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt Recap

Disclosure:: Our 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt was sponsored by: Children’s Hospital, Touro Infirmary and Engel and Voelkers. And a special thanks to the very talented When You Wish Entertainment for hopping over to surprise the children! We could not have made this event fabulous without their support. The title sponsors met with us for multiple walk thru appointments and […]

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Hop Down The River On The Paddlewheeler Creole Queen {Unique Easter Celebration in New Orleans}

Disclosure :: our friends and partners at Paddlewheeler Creole Queen sponsored this post. Hop Down The River On The Paddlewheeler Creole Queen {Unique Easter Celebration in New Orleans} As with most holidays in New Orleans, there is no shortage of ways to celebrate Easter with your kids in the Crescent City. That said, one of […]

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2017 Guide to Easter Events Around New Orleans

2017 Guide to Easter Events Around New Orleans Part of being a NOLA mom is knowing that there is always a celebration in the midst. Now that Mardi Gras is over, it is time to start looking toward the next big holiday celebration – EASTER! If you are looking for something fun to do during […]

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Attend the Egg Scramble in New Orleans City Park’s Carousel Gardens!

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by New Orleans City Park. Attend the Egg Scramble in New Orleans City Park’s Carousel Gardens! Join us on April 8, 2017 for the Egg Scramble in New Orleans City Park’s Carousel Gardens. This year’s event is going to be egg-cellent with over 36,000 eggs for your kids to find! […]

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What To Do With Your Kids During Spring Break

I started looking into some ideas for kids during spring break and instantly my Pinterest feed is FILLED with these neat and interesting 500,000 different ways to entertain your kids during spring break. I looked at those pins with awe and affection and a little bit of a cringe, as you know there is going to be […]

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4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt Recap and a Thank You to all of our Sponsors

4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt :: New Orleans Moms Blog Disclosure :: our 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt was sponsored by a group of PHENOMENAL community partners. Touro Infirmary and Children’s Hospital made this wonderful event possible. We cannot overstate how grateful and appreciative we are that Children’s Hospital opened their “home” to us. Our sponsors always answered all […]

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Celebrate Easter with Lakeside Shopping Center!

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by Lakeside Shopping Center. Celebrate Easter with Lakeside Shopping Center! Celebrate Easter in style this season at Lakeside Shopping Center! On Saturday, March 5th, join Lakeside as they welcome the Easter Bunny with a second-line parade and present their annual Easter Egg Hunt and Education Expo with Kids and […]

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2016 Guide to Lenten Fish Fries in and Around New Orleans

2016 Guide to Lenten Fish Fries in and Around New Orleans Lent is often a time of sacrifice for many. Unlike most people, though, I choose to reflect and give back to the community during Lent. One of the ways I do this is to make a donation or help out a charity every week […]

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2016 Guide to Easter Events Around New Orleans

2016 Guide to Easter Events Around New Orleans Part of being a NOLA mom is knowing that there is always a celebration in the midst. Now that Mardi Gras is over, it is time to start looking toward the next big holiday celebration – EASTER! If you are looking for something fun to do during […]

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The Five Golden Rules to Surviving the Holidays with Your In-laws

The Five Golden Rules to Surviving the Holidays with Your In-laws As the frenzy of Thanksgiving draws to an end, I would like to share a story about my relationship with my in-laws. I’m not from here. And apparently, it’s a problem for some people. Like, if you weren’t born in Louisiana, you don’t belong […]

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