Articles in Sponsored Content, February Guides, School, Nicole Green, Madeline Rathle, Amy Delaney, Health and Wellness and Jodi Carson

Slowing Down: Reclaiming Sanity

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So, I have a problem with over-commitment. It seems that any time there is white space on my calendar, I find some excuse to fill it. My husband often points out that I never just sit. What? Who doesn’t sit?... Read full article

Veg Out!

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How To Get Your Children To Eat Fruits And Vegetables... Read full article

25 Days of Peace

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The angels proclaimed on the first Christmas, “Peace and goodwill to all.” Yet, the Christmas season seems to be about everything but peace in our hectic, consumeristic society. We can sing all the Christmas tunes we want about peace, but unless we ... Read full article

Homeless Children in Our Schools

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For many in Baton Rouge, this past month has been one of reflection and remembrance. Remembering things lost, the pain of our friends and families, and the stress of finding normalcy while recovering from the Great Flood of 2016.... Read full article

Simple Storytelling

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Tell Me About The Good Ol' Days... Read full article



Crawling Towards Success: Crawling Can Boost Baby’s Brain

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“Where is the baby? Did you put her down for a nap already?” “No, I... She was just there. I swear I didn’t move her.” “Seriously, Sam?! I told you to keep an eye on her.” “She couldn’t be too far. She still hasn’t fully learned to crawl yet...”... Read full article

Memories That Last a Lifetime

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Kidcam has been creating lasting summer memories since 1974–going on 46 years of fun! We see those who were once campers now coming back to bring their own children to establish wonderful lifetime memories. ... Read full article

Living in Quarantine: The After Effects

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In order to escape the Great Plague affecting Cambridge, Newton retreated in isolation to Woolsthorpe where he soon came up with his theories of gravity, optics and calculus. After a wildfire, landscapes will explode with thousands of flowers known ... Read full article

COVID-19 in Louisiana: A Year in Review

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While it certainly may seem like it happened a very long time ago, it was in fact only a year ago this month that we received news of the first presumptive case of COVID-19. By March 16, 2020, we were instructed to stay at home. Schools went virtual,... Read full article

7 Ways To Organize Your Child's Paper Load

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Within a week of school starting, the chaos begins. The groaning noises from tables and countertops intensify as the paper pile grows.... Read full article

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