To OB or Not to OB :: Making the Choice to Switch GYN’s After the Last Baby

To OB or not to OB I have four children. Each set is 18 months apart, so I’ve pretty much used my OB/GYN as my Primary Care doctor for the last 11 years. Now that I am done having children, I assigned a primary care doctor – for real. Now that that’s settled, I need […]

When They’re Too Big for Summer Camp :: Tulane Pre-College Offers a Solution to “Brain Drain”

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tulane Pre-College and was written by Kristin Guidry. When They’re Too Big for Summer Camp :: Tulane Pre-College Offers a Solution to “Brain Drain”   Summer can be more than just fun… Summer is a magical time for students. The day-to-day routine of classes and teachers is replaced by fun, […]

Childhood Anxiety, One Family’s Journey, Part 3 :: Stopping a Train Headed Off the Track

This is the third in a three-part series about childhood anxiety. You can find part one here and part two here.  I’m reminding my daughter, for the fifth time today, that she is planting a worry seed. It’s one of the many verbal queues we use to warn her she might be headed toward an […]

Our Family’s Favorite Free Things To Do Around New Orleans

My children have tons of energy and love to be on the go. Thankfully we live in a city where there is always something go on, some festival to attend. We also have our regular staples we like to do that are totally free. Throw rocks in the lake at Bonnabel Boat Launch We love […]

When An Estranged Family Member Dies

It was a normal Tuesday evening. The kids were asleep while my husband and I watched the latest episode of This is Us. All of a sudden my iPhone made a weird ringing noise, apparently someone was calling me via Facebook. I didn’t even know you could do that; I’m obviously behind on the times. […]

10 Easter Basket Stuffers $5 and Under

Hippity Hop! Easter is slowly creeping up on us. When it comes to Easter baskets, our Bunny tries to fill them with less candy and more with things that our three boys can actually use. However, some of those items can be pricey, like swimsuits and spring or summer clothes. So, this Easter Bunny is […]


School’s Out Day Camp

School’s out! Spend one or two whole days at Longue Vue exploring the gardens, making nature-themed art, playing games, and learning about plants and insects! For children ages 5-10. $45 per day for members, $55 per day for non-members. Camp registration limited to 12 children per day. Beforecare starts at 8:00am and is $10 per […]

Career Fulfillment Retreat

Does this sound familiar? – You came back to work after having your baby, and it just doesn’t feel right. – You feel stuck, frustrated, powerless, or resentful. – You want to work, but not like this. – You’re ready to make a change If you’re ready to advance in your career on your terms, […]


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