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A Very New Orleans Gender Reveal

Gender reveal parties — contrived product of the Pinterest party phenomenon or a fun way to announce the sex of your unborn baby to loved ones? I was on the fence, until the idea for the reveal of my baby’s gender was hatched. This idea was too good to pass up!   I didn’t do […]

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The Best of New Orleans Moms Blog :: The Top 10 Posts of 2016

2016 was quite the year for New Orleans Moms Blog. We truly value, appreciate and respect each and every one of you and the community we’ve built together. We are proud that in 2016 New Orleans Moms Blog had over 1.3 million page views, reached more than 740,000 unique readers, provided supplies and monetary support to […]

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First Pregnancy verses Second Pregnancy

My husband and I moved from New York City to New Orleans during the third trimester of my first pregnancy, so it didn’t make sense to look for jobs while I was six months pregnant and settling into a new home. I was lucky to have been afforded the luxury of having very little responsibilities during […]

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Embracing the Beauty of Different {How a Surprise Dwarfism Diagnosis Changed Our Lives for the Better}

How a Surprise Dwarfism Diagnosis Changed Our Lives for the Better Sutton’s birth was a little dramatic but with the way her whole pregnancy was (hello, Braxton hicks and false labor for weeks!), I wasn’t all that surprised. It was very scary at times, and at one point I was terrified we were going to […]

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How My Parenting Style Has Changed

In 2011, when I was at the ENT with my first born, I received the devastating news. She was going to have to get tubes. I was scared. I was nervous. I was anxious for her. I left the appointment and raced to the car. I couldn’t call my husband fast enough to share the […]

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5 Reasons to Choose A Midwife (and 1 Reason Not To)

5 Reasons to Choose A Midwife (and 1 Reason Not To) Midwives are such excellent and varied care providers! From the time a young woman first bleeds to the time her bleeding stops for good, midwives can provide the information, care, and services she needs. Midwives inform. We answer questions. We focus on nutrition and […]

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