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Do You Storytime? An Ode to Ms. Meredith

Tuesday mornings begin like most other mornings: 2016 wakes us up, we drink our coffee and start cooking oatmeal for the other three. 2012 and 2015 are up next, followed shortly by 2013. They sit and eat in groggy silence. Baby needs a bottle. 2012 and 2013 get dressed for school, and 2015 cries because […]

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Holiday Team Dinner at The Saint Street Inn {Recap}

Disclosure :: we had such a wonderful time at The Saint Street Inn celebrating our Lafayette Moms Blog Team this holiday, and we would like to thank our community sponsors for making our holiday just a little merrier. Thank you to our host :: The Saint Street Inn We had a truly magical dinner with [...]
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The Best of Lafayette Moms Blog :: The Top 10 Posts of 2017

As this year comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to say how much we truly value, appreciate and respect each and every one of you. We are proud that since launching just three short months ago, we have had over 70,000 page views, reached more than 38,800 unique readers, and connected over 500 moms [...]
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Lafayette Moms Blog Reader Survey :: Share Your Feedback To Win $100 To Target!

As we hope all of our readers know, feedback from local Acadiana moms is VERY important to us. We work tirelessly to bring the moms in and around Lafayette resources, guides, giveaways and information (and that’s just the start … look for events to come in 2018!) that will make your lives easier and hopefully […]

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Not Ya MawMaw’s RiceNGravy

Rice and gravy is a staple in every Cajun household. As a matter of fact, it’s basically one word here: ricengravy, and it’s one of my sure-thing meals when the kids have a picky streak. It’s made by browning meat in a pan over and over again, all the while deglazing (using liquid to help […]

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Think Big, Shop Small

Think Big, Shop Small Supporting our local economy is so important and something I try to make an effort to do, especially around the holidays. I always feel good when I spend my money locally because it’s going back into Acadiana’s economy. According to Civic Economics “on average, 48% of each purchase at local independent businesses is […]

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What Not To Say to Infertile Couples (and What You Can Say and Do Instead)

I have always been very careful NOT to ask friends and family when they were going to have a child (or another one). After personally experiencing this line of questioning for the last eleven years, answering this question can sting when you have dealt with, or currently dealing with, infertility and infant loss. You never […]

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