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I Think My Child Has a Learning Disability. What Do I Do?

I Think My Child Has a Learning Disability. What Do I Do? Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Atlas Psychiatry and was written by Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Laura Niditch, Ph.D. Warning Signs Your child’s grades are slipping. He can’t keep up with his peers, and he doesn’t seem to be making progress despite hours helping him […]

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Help Your Kids Become Problem Solvers with Tulane Summer Enrichment Institute in STEM

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Tulane University and was written by Guest Blogger Kristin Guidry.  Help Your Kids Become Problem Solvers with Tulane Summer Enrichment Institute in STEM From Science to Music How do biomedical engineers design more life-like prosthetics? How do electrical engineers utilize the principles of energy conversion and electricity to construct more efficient power […]

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Cultivating Creativity and Inspiring Innovation at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s annual STEM Expo

Cultivating Creativity and Inspiring Innovation at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s annual STEM Expo Disclosure: This post is sponsored by St Andrews Episcopal School and was written by Guest Blogger Chris Sedgwick. Inherent Imagination Children are inherently curious, imaginative, and creative.  They yearn to explore their environment and wonder in awe at the mysteries of the natural […]

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Join us for an Open House at McGehee!

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by McGehee. Join us for an Open House at McGehee! Parents interested in McGehee for their daughters are encouraged to join us for an admission open house. The spirit on campus is contagious, and we encourage you to experience it firsthand. We are small by design yet our accomplishments are […]

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We are Women. We are Mothers. We are Silence Breakers.

I’m not one for uncomfortable conversations.  Correction: I used to be. Politics. Money. Religion. Sex. Anything that could cause an argument, kick up a dust storm of accusations, force lines to be drawn or shock the seemingly calm waters of social niceties, had me hiding or running for the hills. And then I became a […]

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New Orleans Moms Blog Reader Survey :: Share Your Feedback To Win $150 To Target!

As we hope all of our readers know, feedback from local New Orleans moms is VERY important to us. We work tirelessly to bring the moms of New Orleans resources, events, guides, giveaways and information that will make your lives easier and hopefully more fun. When you all speak (constructively, of course!), we listen. We […]

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Local Librarians Recommend Books for Holiday Gift-Giving

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by St. Martin’s Episcopal School. Local Librarians Recommend Books for Holiday Gift-Giving The Gift of Reading This year parents, grandparents, and others can give the gift of reading and learning. St. Martin’s Episcopal School librarians Celeste Porche and Ethel Madden have created a list of books recommended for holiday […]

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Leading a Values-Based and Spiritually Strong Life with Catholic Schools

Disclosure :: This post was written and is sponsored by the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Leading a Values-Based and Spiritually Strong Life with Catholic Schools Creating Opportunities For almost 300 years, Catholic education has been an important part of the fabric of New Orleans society and culture. No matter who you were or where you […]

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Learn More About De La Salle High School

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by De La Salle High School.  Learn More About De La Salle High School De La Salle High School is the only private, Catholic 8-12 high school in New Orleans offering a co-educational environment.  Located at 5300 Saint Charles Avenue, De La Salle celebrates a legacy of Lasallian education since […]

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In Defense of Silly School Days

{read the opposing opinion Enough With The Parties} Defending all the EXTRA school stuff First, let me qualify what I’m about to write by noting that I am a mom to three irrepressible boys aged 8 and under. I work part-time (sometimes full-time), help with homework after school, juggle the usual slate of after-school sports, […]

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