Advertisement

Articles in Exceptional Lives, March Guides, Susan Lowry Cedotal, Turn the Page, Summer Fun, April Guides and One Amazing Kid

Matteo Runge

on

When so many things shut down last year, Matteo Runge was lucky to find a silver lining. The sixth grader at Baton Rouge International School became a 2020 Louisiana state chess champion and credits his success to extra practice time.... Read full article

10 Things to Make Road Trips with Kids More Fun and Less Stressful

on

Summer is officially here. Whether you’re planning to road trip to the great waters of the Gulf of Mexico or make the haul to The Happiest Place on Earth (Disney World, obviously), a little preparation for the drive goes a long way.... Read full article

Embracing the Scars

on

Meet this Exceptional Life.... Read full article

Overbooked Summers Can Be a Bummer: The Pros and Cons of Camp-Filled Summers

on

If you could relive one of your favorite summer memories as a kid, what would it be? Would it be on the beach with your family? In your neighborhood with friends? Or would you pick a time where you were attending summer camp and learning a new skill?... Read full article

Kalyee Freiberger

on

Kalyee Freiberger is known for her incredible volunteer work. The 18-year-old recent graduate from Runnels High School received the 2018 Outstanding High School Volunteer Award at last year’s Greater Baton Rouge State Fair. ... Read full article



Changing Misconceptions

on

Meet this Exceptional Life.... Read full article

The Power of Positivity

on

Meet this Exceptional Life.... Read full article

In the Spotlight

on

Becoming a Cover Kid... Read full article

Amazing Parks and Playgrounds in Our Backyard and Beyond

on

Every afternoon when I pick my girls up at carpool, I know I can expect one question in particular, “Can we go to the park today?” My girls adore going to the park. Last summer, we made visiting as many new parks as possible part of our summer bucket... Read full article

Can you be Cool in a Minivan?

on

To my shock and dismay, Suburbans did not have four latch systems. Apparently, there are very few families looking to safely buckle a two-year-old and three newborns. Thus I began my journey into the minivan world.... Read full article

Newsletter