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Jenna Quentin

Jenna Quentin
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Jenna is a Kansas girl who married a Frenchman and lived her personal fairytale in Bordeaux, France for five years. In 2013, they moved back to raise their four children in Newton, where her husband is a firefighter. Jenna brought back a love of the French language, culture, cuisine and cheese. She never thought she would fall equally in love with Kansas and the Wichita area, where she feels so supported as a woman and mom. She is a WAHM, with a media startup.

Why We Should Learn About St. Patrick

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March 17th celebrates the death of Ireland’s beloved St. Patrick. Take a minute this year, between pinching the "ungreen" and decorating with shamrocks, to learn about this historic man...who wasn’t even Irish. A Writer and...

How to Extend Baby Skin-To-Skin Time With Showers

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You may have heard that holding your newborn skin-to-skin is important in the first days of life outside the womb. Also called "kangaroo care," the benefits are well-documented and can be life-long.  Skin-to skin time...

French Holiday Desserts for After New Year’s Day (and Bonus Crepe Recipe)

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During my first year living in France, I was delighted to learn that various holidays, often with Catholic backgrounds, came with their own special desserts and traditions.  January Kings Cake Desserts really take off after New...

Grocery Shopping with Small Children – Sanity Savers for Survival

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I have a ritual talk in the minivan before going into a grocery store. Especially if it's “big groceries,” the kind that are supposed to last us for at least a week. *eye roll*...

Fire Family :: Confessions Of A First Responder’s Wife

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First responders are a smokin' hot topic during Fire Prevention Week, October 7-13. Here's a behind-the-scenes on community heroes and their families. I met my husband at a fire station where he was interning. He...

Raising Bilingual French Kids in the Wichita Area

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As a teenager, my family joked that a dark-haired Italian man would whisk me off to Europe. Turns out they understood my type, except my husband of ten years is French. From the beginning,...

Back to School :: Encouragement From A Homeschool Grad

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I don't know a thing about “Back to School” because I'm a homeschool graduate, from K-12th grade. So the first time I was a student in a classroom, I was in a French university! Now...