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Back-to-School Healthy lunch tips from little BLUEPRINT

Mom Trends features our nutrition and preschool books and tips for back-to-school. What’s your blueprint? To Be a Healthy Eater, I Have a Plan, and To Go To Preschool, I Have a Plan, empower children to create their own little...
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9 Moms on how they prep school lunch

Katherine Eskovitz is featured in, “9 Moms on how they prep school lunch,” on sheknows.com....
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What’s your Summer Reading Plan? 5 Tips from little BLUEPRINT

1. Have a Family Summer Reading Plan: It is important to empower children to be part of creating the summer reading plan. Discuss fun suggestions and include children in creating the plan! They will be more invested in it if...
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Huffington Post: Parenting to Boost Executive Function

I’ve often marveled at how some adults who had the most horrific childhoods are so resilient and successful while others continue to suffer as adults. Likewise, affluent and relatively uneventful childhoods do not reliably predict later happiness in life. Research...
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Psychology Today: Parenting to Boost Executive Function

I’ve often marveled at how some adults who had the most horrific childhoods are so resilient and successful while others continue to suffer as adults. Likewise, affluent and relatively uneventful childhoods do not reliably predict later happiness in life. Research...
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Huffington Post: 7 Reasons a Girlfriend Escape Is a Mommy Must

  Dedicated to my Cornell girlfriends. Being on an airplane without my children feels like mistakenly leaving my house without a bra. Something is not right. And yet, it’s liberating, particularly as I am headed to an annual escape with...
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