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To the people who lost it all (again) yesterday...

To the People Who Lost It All (Again) in the Tornado …

You are so close and yet so far. We live in the same city, just a couple of miles away, and you lost everything while I still have a roof over my head. My heart aches for you who lost it all, again. As if Katrina didn’t do enough damage. Yesterday was immensely scary. The combination of […]

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CHAIRish the Children 2015

Disclosure :: This post is sponsored by the Louisiana Children’s Museum.  Once a year, the Museum opens its big blue doors for CHAIRish the Children, presented by Capital One Bank. This festive fundraiser invites grown-ups to be kids again. This year the event will take place on Saturday, August 22, 2015. The evening will be a […]

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The 2015 Ultimate Guide to Summer Camp in and Around Greater New Orleans {Featured Sponsors}

Disclosure :: This is a compilation of our featured summer camp sponsors. For an even longer list of camps in the greater New Orleans area, please see the comprehensive list of 2015 summer camps. Ultimate Guide to Summer Camp in and Around Greater New Orleans  We know that summer camps are on the top of moms lists of things to […]

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NOLA ChristmasFest, A Holiday Festival for the Entire Family {Sponsored}

Disclosure :: Downtown New Orleans has a whole new source of holiday fun this year, NOLA ChristmasFest! We LOVE sharing New Orleans holiday events (did you see our comprehensive guide?) and for that reason we are excited to bring you this sponsored post. NOLA ChristmasFest, A Holiday Festival for the Entire Family  New Orleans is […]

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New Orleans Moms Who Inspire: Aimée of ALG Style

The Bachelorette is not an Option As a result of my livelihood, I deem it important and preach to all to carry oneself in the utmost style and grace no matter the circumstance. Whether one is hosting a party, giving a seminar, or doing grocery shopping, it is necessary to maintain composure and form. I […]

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