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Articles in Madeline Rathle, Party, Health and Wellness and Holidays

Choking on Aisle Five

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DIY Valentine's Day Treat Bags

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Does Birth Order Affect Who We Become?

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My son (the firstborn) is reserved, a perfectionist, and follows directions to a tee. My daughter (the youngest) is outgoing, fearless, and thinks the world is her stage. However, my son came home from overnight camp with the news that he was voted i... Read full article

Trauma and Children

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Teaching Children Respect

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As a veteran teacher, I’ve been asked many questions about how to teach children over the years, and only once have I been a bit stumped. The mother asked me, “How do you teach respect?” After a moment’s thought, my response was, “Every single day.”... Read full article



Let’s Celebrate with Jami & Katrina

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Celebrating birthdays is a worldwide tradition, and this month, Baton Rouge Parents Magazine celebrates 29 years. In honor of the magazine’s birthday month, we are sharing our birthday party tips and tricks, so you can plan a party for your child, qu... Read full article

Yoga Anyone? Four Reasons to Give Yoga a Try

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I first started stretching and “down-dogging” a few years back. I began my yoga adventure at a local studio, taking in-person classes. I remember asking my classmates, “Why isn’t there a line around the block for yoga?” To this day, I still wonder. Y... Read full article

Nursing In Public In Louisiana

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Litterbugs No More: Litter Education in Louisiana

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Susan Russell, Executive Director of Keep Louisiana Beautiful, says litter education is critical because it will give children the tools they need to create and sustain environmentally friendly habits.... Read full article

It’s Hot, Baby! Keeping Little Ones Safe in the Heat

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Louisiana summers offer a unique sort of heat. And when it comes to babies, it can be downright dangerous. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), excessive heat poses the greatest danger to infants and children up to four years old.... Read full article

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