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The Stress of Leaving Your Child at Daycare

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Soon, dropping your child off at daycare will just be part of your work day routine. That doesn’t mean you won’t have bad days. You’ll still miss that time with her.... Read full article

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Raising the Next Gene Kelly

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Expectations and gender roles are defined for young children long before birth.... Read full article

Mommy Time at Dry Bar

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We were able to visit and sip our drinks during our blow dry and styles. What a luxury to have someone else dry and style your hair! It was really the closest thing to being a celebrity without actually being a celebrity. ... Read full article

Moms, Tailgating, and Fashion

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Tailgating is the great American tradition. It’s a great excuse to come together with family and friends to enjoy plenty of fun, food, and football. What’s really taking off in Tiger Stadium, though, is the fashion. Moms headed to their favorite tail... Read full article



Biloxi, Mississippi

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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

Small Group of Friends or Big Popularity?

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Parents may wake one day to find the top three priorities of their children are friends, food, and fun, with family trailing far behind. The same children who once enjoyed being home with family now prefer to spend free time with friends. The need fo... Read full article

Shh! Baby's Asleep...And He's Listening

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The old saying, “Little pitchers have big ears,” has long referred to our awareness that infants and children are listening far more to their surroundings than we often give them credit for. ... Read full article

Vehicular Heat Stroke Awareness

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It is a heartbreaking headline that we see each and every summer…”Infant dies after being left in car.” On average, 37 children die each year in the US as a result of being left in a hot vehicle, and in 2018, a record 52 children died from heat-relat... Read full article

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