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Rebekah Coste

Rebekah Coste
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Rebekah is the founder and owner of St. Louis Moms Blog. Born and raised in St. Louis, she loves the city for its rich history and small-town feel, Cardinals baseball, and toasted ravioli! After living and working overseas for three years, she is thrilled to be back in St. Louis. She is a full-time stay at home mom to two beautiful daughters and wife to her husband Jean-Christophe. They reside in Rock Hill. In her “spare” time, you can find her teaching French courses at the Alliance Française of St. Louis. Her hope for St. Louis Moms Blog is that it will be a tool for building community between mothers and a space where diverse ideas and experiences can converge!

Dads of the Lou: Meet Keithen Stallings, President of 100 Black Men St. Louis...

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  1) Tell us about yourself. Where did you grow up? I was born and raised in East St. Louis, but now live on the south side of St. Louis in the Botanical Heights neighborhood. 2) Tell...

Dads of the Lou: Introducing Mark Hinkle of Olive + Oak

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  Mark Hinkle, teaming up with his wife, Jenn, has made his mark in STL as a restaurant owner and founder of The Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation. He shares his inspiring story with us.   1.) Tell...

Dads of the Lou: Jason Bockman, Owner of Strange Donuts

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When a local St. Louisan wandered into his newly-purchased World's Fair Donuts, a staple for old-school donut joints in St. Louis, and ordered a Fat Steve, Jason Bockman knew his hard work and dreams...

Dads of the Lou: Anthony Slaughter of KSDK Channel 5

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      While his passion is meteorology, Anthony Slaughter's purpose is being a single dad to his twin boys.   1.) Where were you born? Tell us about your hometown, where you went to school, and your family. I...

Moms in the Lou: Up Close with St. Louis City Treasurer Tishaura Jones

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1) Tell us about you! We know you're a St. Louis local. :) I'm a daddy's girl, unapologetically black, and sometimes, I'm petty! I was born and raised in St. Louis. I'm the oldest...

What the French Get Right: Wine, Baguettes and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

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Perineum rehabilitation after childbirth is a standard practice in France, yet many Americans have never heard of it. The benefits of it are truly far-reaching!   I will be eternally indebted to France for perfectly-baked croissants,...
a heart, home, and globe symbolizing that racism needs to be addressed in our hearts, our homes, and across the world

Equipping Parents to Discuss Racism With Their Children

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Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil, cling to what is good. When our children call to us, we answer them. Moms, a whole race of moms and their children are calling out for...

Conquer the Most Common Sleep Challenges with SleepyHead Solutions

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Discovering sleep solutions for your little ones doesn't take magic, it simply takes a knowledgable guide to help you through the process!   Does it seem like just when your children have learned to be good...

Are You What We’re Missing? | STLMB Contributing Writer All-Call!

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St. Louis Moms Blog is growing! We are looking for local moms who are interested in joining our writing team - are you what we're missing??! We would like to include women from different...
a woman holding her newborn baby as it receives chiropractic care

Chiropractic Care for Your Child – All You Need to Know

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  Why would a kid ever need to go to a chiropractor?  Isn't my baby too small to be adjusted?  What age should a child see a chiropractor? All of these are very valid questions and are among...