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Ready for Kindergarten and Beyond

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The leap to kindergarten marks the first of many transitions to expect even after your child graduates middle school and then high school.... Read full article

Top 10 Holiday Destinations

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Looking for something to do with your kids this holiday season? Check out this list of fun and local businesses with family-friendly entertainment for you!... Read full article

Celebrating Baby’s Firsts In Louisiana

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From her first steps to her first words, I wanted to record every second of my child’s development, so one day I could go back when she was older and remind myself of those special moments.... Read full article

A Garden’s Promise

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“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” I didn’t understand the powerful meaning of this quote from Audrey Hepburn until the quarantine of 2020. While many baked bread and remodeled their kitchens, I got my hands dirty in my little raised bed.... Read full article

School Bus Basics

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Tips for success on the big yellow bus.... Read full article



Life After Suicide Loss

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First Things First… Grieving is a process. You never “get over it.” You learn to face each day as a new day in your journey of surviving a suicide loss. People grieve in many different ways, but we all grieve in our own way and on our own schedule. ... Read full article

Parkview Baptist School Plans New Fine Arts Space

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Parkview Baptist School has purchased the former Laser Tag of Baton Rouge building to convert it into a fine arts space, performance center, and self-paced learning studio. ... Read full article

A Bra Can Change Your Life

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Bra fitting? Who has time for that? You need to make time, Sister!... Read full article

Recharge, Refocus, Reset

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Recharge, refocus, and reset with the help of the Y!... Read full article

Childhood Anxiety

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Anxiety is essentially an almost-constant state of apprehension. And for some children, that apprehension does manifest in the more expected and typical ways. But for others, it’s constantly activating their fight or flight reflex. ... Read full article

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