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You know when you are younger, you often picture yourself many years down the road, married and with a family. Usually, you imagine a particular order you want your children born in. I, of course, wanted my son...

Making Time

As a mom of three very active children and a wife to a husband who doesn’t know how to say, “no,” it’s hard to find the time to do anything that is out of the norm. Currently, we are in full swing of dance comp...

Mom About Town: Erin Olwell

Erin Olwell is a single mom to two incredible boys–Ryan, 16, and Reed, 10. She has been a hairdresser for over 20 years, and when she was pregnant with her first son, she set up an in-home salon. Erin believes ...

Mom About Town: Kimberly Calongne Tara

Kimberly Calongne Tara (CPA/CTC) is the owner of The Tara CPA Firm, LLC based in Metairie. Kimberly loves her job and hopes to expand the practice further into the digital world (while remaining local, of cours...

Stay-At-Home Mom Depression

February 1, 2022 Plenty of new moms hear about “the baby blues” or postpartum depression, but not many openly discuss depression that some stay-at-home moms (SAHMs) face years after giving birth. It’s importan...

Mom About Town – Meet Kristen Zornman!

February 1, 2022 Kristen Zornman has turned her hobby into a career. She has been a dance instructor for the last 26 years. On top of owning her own business, Freedom to Move LLC, she is also a studio dance ...

What is Diastasis Recti?

December 1, 2021 A woman's body undergoes a significant transformation as it prepares to bring a new life into the world. While so much of the experience of pregnancy and delivery is incredible, once your ba...

Parenting Corner: Family Transitions

September 1, 2021 When we reflect back upon our life as a parent, we often see our child as if in a movie montage, changing from a baby into a preschooler, heading off to elementary school, then high school an...

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