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Rebekah Coste

Rebekah is the founder and owner of St. Louis Mom. 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 a son and wife to her husband Jean-Christophe. They reside in Rock Hill. Her hope for St. Louis Mom is that it will be a tool for building community between mothers and a space where diverse ideas and experiences can converge!

St. Louis Mom’s 3rd Annual Donuts with Santa Event!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We are excited to announce a safe and magical Santa experience with our 3rd Annual Donuts with Santa event!   Join us at the Delta Gamma Shining Light Tree...

Bloom: A Celebration of Motherhood for New & Expecting Moms

St. Louis Mom is thrilled to announce our 1st Annual Bloom: A Celebration of Motherhood virtual event! We are linking arms with the City Mom Collective {our parent site} as well as 50 other Sister...

I Found Out My Baby’s Gender At Eight Weeks! (And You Can Too with...

Determine your baby's gender earlier! This post is sponsored by Heartland Women's Healthcare.    With my first pregnancy, my husband and I learned that we were having a boy during a regular 20-week ultrasound. But as it...

Moms in the Lou: Sweet Treats from Patty’s Cheesecakes

Moms in the Lou this month delves into Pat Upchurch's sweet inspiration behind Patty's Cheesecakes!   Tell us about yourself! Where did you grow up? Are you an STL native? Yes, I'm an STL native. I grew...
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Moms in the Lou: On Call with Dr. Kimberly LeMoine!

Moms in the Lou this month catches up with Dr. Kimberly LeMoine, a very busy mom, wife, and OB/Gyn!   Tell us about yourself and your family! I’m an Army brat and moved around a lot when...

I Want to Start Talking about Race with My Kids, But … (Part 2)

Welcome back! We started this conversation a couple of weeks ago with Part 1, if you haven’t been able to read that you may want to start there. Here are some more worries that...

Video Interview with a Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist: Covid-19 in Children & Back-to-School

We know that back to school is weighing heavily on the minds of St. Louis moms this year, and rightfully so. We recently chatted with Dr. Rachel Orscheln, Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the...

St. Louis Moms Blog Is Now St. Louis Mom!

After much planning, preparation and reflection, we are so excited to announce we have officially changed the name and look of St. Louis Moms Blog to ... St. Louis Mom! In addition to enjoying a new,...
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I Want to Start Talking About Race With My Kids, But … (Part 1)

Many White parents want to do their part in preventing their children from harboring racial bias and empowering them to interrupt discrimination they may witness. Yet, many of us lack the skills or competence...