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Lynn has called the Gulf area home since 2006 with her husband Brad and their 3 daughters. Following the sale of her Abrakadoodle franchise, Lynn still wanted to serve families and help them thrive. Becoming the Publisher of Greater Pensacola Parents was the perfect opportunity. Now she invests into family's lives each month by providing the area's #1 go-to resource for moms and dads.
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From the Publisher – June ’22

Another school year is in the books, which means there are moms everywhere realizing their sweet little babies are growing up.  Some parents may have just watched their babies graduate from preschool, knowing they are heading to “big school” in the fall, and others are watching their teens graduate and head out into the world. […]

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From the Publisher – May ’22

Do you remember your first job? I do… especially that feeling of “maturity”, thinking that having a job basically meant I was an adult. My first job was at an ice cream/sandwich shop and my best friend got a job at a pizza place just across the street. We thought we were so cool. We […]

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From the Publisher – April ’22

I am so grateful for DeAnne Watson, editor extraordinaire, who does an amazing job finding articles that cover a wide range of parenting stages, from newborns sleeping through the night to prepping teens for the future. No matter what phase you may be experiencing, we have helpful insights for you. While I don’t have toddlers […]

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From the Publisher – March ’22

Have you ever been on a vacation or planned a big celebration that was super fun and exciting, something that just got your adrenaline pumping so much that you didn’t even realize (or care) how exhausted you were? The kind of event that when it is all over you just plop down in your big, […]

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From the Publisher – February 2022

So, how are your New Year’s resolutions coming? To be honest with you, my resolution to get back into my fitness routine has been slow going. I have been really frustrated with myself these last few weeks. I just could not understand why I started and stuck to a fitness routine a few years ago, […]

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From the Publisher – December 2021

I am so excited about the holidays I can hardly contain myself! When I see the city workers in the cherry pickers, stringing up the Christmas lights, I get absolutely giddy! Decorating, singing carols, getting together with friends and family, and even picking out gifts for loved ones… I love it all! This year, I […]

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From the Publisher – November 21

My family has recently been dealing with the heartbreaking loss of my father. While I could go on and on about what an amazing gift he was to our family, I won’t (not today at least), but I would like to share with you some of the truly unexpected emotions and lessons I have experienced […]

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From the Publisher – October 21

Happy Fall, Everyone! I am rolling into the first of October very proud of myself. Yes, I, the person who cannot grow anything, have four out of five of my spring/summer plants still alive on my front porch! Usually, by now, my front urns have been empty for at least a month while I await […]

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From the Publisher – September 2021

Last month I opened my letter by saying how we were looking forward to going back to school in a “normal” manner. How quickly things changed. I think we were all feeling like we were reaching normalcy this summer when the pandemic reared its ugly head with a vengeance. If there is one thing we […]

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From the Publisher – August 2021

Is it just me or has this been the shortest summer ever? Maybe it seems short after having a 5-month summer last year. Or maybe it is because we are all finally out and about having a great time. Time definitely flies by when you are having fun! After all of the chaos and strangeness […]

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