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January 2018 Books

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Au Pair Child Care in Baton Rouge

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Have you ever been at a local park, the local library, or at the children’s museum and saw young women caring for children—and occasionally speaking to each other in another language?... Read full article

Experience BIG fun in our Social Skills Summer Camps!

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As the school year ends and summer begins, your children will find themselves in a variety of new social environments–camps, playgrounds, beaches and family or friends' houses, to name a few. ... Read full article

Let Them Sweat

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Let it be summer. Let them play, make up games, sweat, and don’t feel bad for them at all.... Read full article

Science, Space, & Summer Fun

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If you have a future astronomer, engineer, physicist, or astronaut in your home, give them an out-of-this-world experience at BREC’s Highland Road Park Observatory (HRPO) this summer.... Read full article



What is a Medical Home?

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In providing the best care to our children that we possibly can, we, as parents, should also make it our responsibility to establish a medical home for our children.... Read full article

November 2017 Books

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The Parent's Prayer

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We must remember that the darker the night, the brighter the light shines.... Read full article

Protect Yourself and Your Children; Get the Flu Shot

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Everyone is back in school, football has kicked off, and your favorite pumpkin flavored latte is back in the coffee shops, which can only mean two things…Fall is upon us and flu season is here!... Read full article

Knowing God's Strength in Weakness

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I don’t know about you, but sometimes when thinking about people in the Bible, I can get overwhelmed by the thought that I could never live up to the “heroes of the faith.” As kids, we only learn the children’s story version, but when we take a close... Read full article

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