New Orleans Mom Community Neighborhood Groups :: Connect With New Orleans Moms

Do none of your New Orleans friends have children the same age as yours? Or have you been wanting to try the new indoor play space in your neighborhood but all of your friends with kids work? Are you a working mom who wants to arrange playdates for her children on the weekend, but all […]

Why Repeating Kindergarten Was the Best Option for My Son

A little over a year ago, we had to make the decision whether to hold my son back in kindergarten or let him advance to first grade. He was making progress but was obviously not matching up with his classmates. He had his letters down, but reading was not coming to him. He enjoyed going […]

Worry :: What My Anxiety Looks Like

After an exhausting and jam packed day, I crawl into my bed looking forward to some much needed rest. Though my body is weary, my mind is just getting started. My thoughts pour in at lightning speed. My heart begins to race. Panic sets in before I can give words to my feelings. Before I […]

You Have Got to be Kidding Me :: Learning to Get Back Up When Life Keeps Throwing Punches

They say death shows up in threes, which has always stressed me out. But what about illnesses? Broken appliances? Car trouble? Tight finances? Random expenses that have no place in the budget? What number do those show up in? Because I would be willing to say the number does not exist. I have never experienced […]

2019 Best New Orleans Dad Winner!

We are excited to announce that the winner of our 2019 Best NOLA Dad is :: Adam Dennis {Nominated by :: Susan Fallahi} Adam (my husband) is the quintessential Mr. Mom! 4 years ago, he left his job as an attorney at a large company to stay at home with our first born. It made […]

What Gay Dads Are Teaching Everyone on Father’s Day

Expectations of dads have shifted significantly over the past 20-30 years. Remember when Mom was tasked with doing everything while dad came home after work and retreated into the den to catch the game? In the 1980s and 1990s, dads heard new demands from their wives to participate more in childcare. A little later, we’ve […]


World Social Media Day

Channel your inner Instagram Influencer and join NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans for World Social Media Day. Stop by Public Service and take a show stopping picture of the Morning After cocktail for your feed. Then head over to Henry’s and bless your timeline one last time with another jaw dropping cocktail, the All The Way.

The Pillowcase Project

Join High Voltage and the American Red Cross on Saturday, June 22 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at the Nora Navarre Library for a free, interactive preparedness program designed for youth ages 8 to 11. The Pillowcase Project aims to increase awareness and understanding of natural hazards, teach safety and emotional coping skills, as well as […]


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