Welcome to Pint-Sized Cities.
Started in 2013 by Cara Jouglard as Jefferson Parish Parent, Pint-Sized Cities is a resource for parents and caregivers in and around New Orleans, Louisiana aka Pint-Sized NOLA and Pensacola, Florida aka Pint-Sized Pensacola.
On Pint-Sized Cities you will find lots of infomation on things to do in New Orleans and in Pensacola with kids, travel advice for traveling along the Gulf Coast and the states of Florida and Louisiana. Plus Disney Travel Planning tips and tricks to make the most of your magical vacations. In additon you’ll find parenting tips and tricks and maybe even a few crafts and recipes.
Pint-Sized Cities combines Cara’s love of the two places she calls home (New Orleans and Pensacola), her love of travel and her love of Disney all in one amazing site.
Some Popular and Favorite Posts On Pint-Sized Cities:
- 100 Things To Do In Pensacola With Kids
- Check Our Day At Walt Disney World
- 50 New Orleans Date Ideas You’ll Both Love
- New Orleans Birthday Party Guide
- 40 Free Things To Do In New Orleans
- 8 Walt Disney World Hacks That Will Minimize Your Wait in Line
- Kids Eat Free In Pensacola
- 40 Free Things To do In Pensacola
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Cara was born in Florida but raised in New Orleans. After living in New Orleans for over 30 years, the beach called her back home. She now lives in Pensacola, FL in her almost beach house where she also runs Pint-Sized Cities. Cara is 41 and married to her high school sweetheart. They have 2 kids ages 16 and 10. They also have 3 dogs. Cara loves all things Disney, the British Royal Family and photography. In fact her love of these things runs so deep that she’ll probably talk your ear off about Disney or the Royal Family if you give her a minute.
Cara owns and operates a photography business in Pensacola – Cara Jouglard Photography and is also a travel agent that specializes in Walt Disney World.
Cara has been a blogger and social media consultant with both local and national brands since 2007. She has worked with brands such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Udi’s Gluten Free, New Orleans City Park, Audubon Nature Institute, Academy of the Sacred Heart New Orleans, Arden Cahill Academy, and many more.
To learn more about how you can work with Cara and advertise your business/brand on Pint-Sized Cities you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet The Pint-Sized Cities Editoral Board
Pint-Sized NOLA Sales and Giveaways
Katie is a native New Orleanian and currently lives in Metairie with her two boys, Vince 11 and Dominic 9. She works full time as a Community Educator in the medical field. Katie spends most of her time at the baseball and football field cheering on her boys who are both very active. On free weekends, which come few and far between, you can find Katie working out, trying new restaurants and having cocktails with friends. She loves fashion, wine, and anything and everything NOLA.
Pint-Sized NOLA Facebook Specialist
Hope is a fifth generation native New Orleanian. To answer the question we all start with when we meet someone new in NOLA: “What’s the name of ya school?” Grace King! After graduating from the University of New Orleans, she spent 7 years working in local government. She left the traditional workforce when her son was born to live her lifelong dream of being a soccer mom. Hope happily lives in Gretna (which she never thought she would say, but now can’t imagine living anywhere else. #Bestbank ) She loves supporting the local art scene, crafty crap, and spending time with with her two favorite guys – her volunteer firefighter hubby & adorable son.
Pint-Sized NOLA Instagram Specialist
Noele is native New Orleanian, whose husband somehow convinced her to move to Metairie, where they currently reside with their four children, Kaitlyn (13), Aidan (10), Abigail (7) & Wyatt (16 months), two dogs, and tortoise. She works full time as a Paralegal at a small, personal injury law firm. When she’s not working or carpooling her kids around the city and trying to manage the family calendar, you can find her enjoying a glass of wine while cooking for friends and family. Greek Fest, Bayou Boogaloo, and the beach are her happy places. She is a self-proclaimed hot-mess mama who also enjoys reading, writing, and exploring the GNO area.
Meet The Pint-Sized NOLA Writing Team
Tiffany was born and raised in Metairie (graduate of Chapelle and Tulane), but has called Harahan home for most of her adult life. She is a single mom to 1 pre-teen and 2 teenagers. She loves a good deal and is glad to share them with you – once she gets hers first of course! She runs her own blog Tiff’s Deals, works a full-time job, and is always on the hunt for deals and sales! If she isn’t driving carpool in her pajamas, you can find her in the clearance section of most stores! She prefers flip flops to heels but loves to get dressed up for happy hour or a fundraiser around town! And you can bet she got the dress on sale – and will proudly share the price with you if you ask!
Lisa is a mother to an awesome son and daughter. She has been married for 22 years to her lobster. She attended UNO more years ago than she would like to admit and has a full time job in the CBD. She grew up in Jefferson Parish and now lives on the Northshore. She loves spending her weekends gallivanting the area from Nola to Biloxi with her family and vacationing as much as her pocketbook and vacation time will allow. She loves Disney. She has a scrapbook habit that connects her with friends. She is a Christian that tries to walk the right path but stumbles a lot.
Shannon is a born and raised Westbanker living the dream with her husband, toddler, 3 dogs and cat. She is a graduate of Tulane University with a minor in Paralegal Studies, and works for the Federal Government in New Orleans. She has a small craft business named Southern Strings, and creates intricate and custom string art. Humor and a smile are her favorite accessories, and she never misses an opportunity to dance as if no one is watching or crack a joke. Her goal is to obtain enough signatures to petition Netflix to stream old episodes of Love Connection.
Brandi is a Native New Orleanian & Italian who has lived everywhere from Mid-City to Kenna. She now resides in Hahnville with her children, and husband. She has spent the majority of her adult life Marketing for as well as Managing local restaurants and businesses as well as running her own small businesses. Currently she has found a happy place with Pint-Sized NOLA providing meaningful connections between businesses and the community. You can also find her sippin’ on some aloe juice in the kiddie pool listening to The Beatles & 90’s grunge or driving kids to t-ball, art class, soccer, basketball, gymnastics or cheerleading in her minibus.
Tammy grew up in New Orleans and graduated from the University of New Orleans with her Master’s in Special Education. She taught in elementary schools in the Greater New Orleans area for ten years. She is currently a Reading Instructor at Delgado Community College. She is also the Executive Director of the Reading Success Center, a local nonprofit that provides reading and writing intervention so that every child has equal access to exceptional educational services. In her free time, Tammy loves to explore the city with her three wonderful children.
Shandi is a coffee fanatic who enjoys locking herself in her pantry to eat cake icing out of the container. When she isn’t hoarding food from her kids, she is a full time mother, an adult education coach at Delgado Community College, and a lousy housekeeper. She graduated from Loyola University with degrees in History and Sociology. There she met her husband, Chris, who turned out to be a pretty incredible husband and father. They live happily ever after in Destrehan where they raise Charlie (7), Evie (5), and Jimmy (4)..
Alyse grew up in both New Orleans and Baton Rouge as a somewhat dual citizen. She met her husband when they were in diapers, and they now have two young sons who are equally rambunctious as they are sweet. Working in marketing and development for a local museum, she loves the history and energy of her French Quarter office…where else can you join a second line by accident? Aside from life as a law student wife and #boymom, she is committed to voluntarism through the Junior League of New Orleans and currently serves as co-chair of the Diaper Bank committee. In her free time (ha!) Alyse enjoys gardening, watching British dramas, baking, and other old lady habits.