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Articles in March Guides, Local Profile, School, Turn the Page, Summer Fun, Tommie Loftin, Cheryl Brodnax, Mom or Dad Next Door and Amelia Laprairie

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

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When Dot Thibodeaux found herself raising her grandson, she felt alone and like she had no one to turn to for guidance. It turned out her friend, Danna Spayde, was facing the same issues as Dot, so they decided to form a support group called “Second ... Read full article

Will Green

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When you’re expecting a child, every parent tells you that it all goes by quickly–newborn phases, early-childhood milestones, and what seems like every other waking moment of your child’s life. Will Green understands how important it is to be involve... Read full article

Nikki Fargas

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Brandon Trosclair

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Brandon Trosclair is a local hero for his business, his community, and, most importantly, for his children. He believes that there is no greater thing than being a dad and coming home to hugs from his two children, Brianna and Peyton. In January 2022... Read full article



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Matt Moscona

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Meeting a sitting president, attending an Army-Navy game, and traveling to Italy are just a few of the many bucket list items Matt Moscona has written on index cards inside of his desk. He keeps them there as daily reminders of all he hopes to accomp... Read full article

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Reading to Bump and Baby

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“My four year old reads at a third-grade level,” proudly beams Isaiah F.A. “Yesh” Cohen, Ph.D., a young father of three girls. “As we read certain words Rachel doesn’t know, I write them down so that she can learn them later. We’re working on the low... Read full article

Moms on Campus

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When LSU graduate student Wendy Hansing gave birth to her son, she realized that support and spaces for mothers on campus were limited. Not only were there no centralized resources from which mothers could receive information and help, but there was ... Read full article