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PEP Leaders’ Advice on Just About Everything, in One Place

Did you know that PEP is on Pinterest? And that the PEP in the Press board has dozens of articles by PEP Parent Educators?

Pins include Emory Luce Baldwin’s advice in the Takoma Park–Silver Spring Voice, Katherine Reynolds Lewis’s articles for Fortune and USA Today, Meghan Leahy’s “On Parenting” columns in The Washington Post and Washington Parent magazine’s “Ages & Stages” columns written every month by PEP class leaders.

Whatever your question of the moment is, you’re likely to find answers just a click away — from “Firsts for First-Time Moms” by Lynne Ticknor to “Why Arguing With Your Teen Doesn’t Work” by Robbye Fox. And look for timely tips for this week in “Snow Day Activities With Kids in the Kitchen” by Robyn DesRoches.

Photo: “Snow Day Activities With Kids in the Kitchen,” Washington Parent, January 2015

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