Author: PEPS

A local nonprofit helping parents connect and grow as they begin their journey into parenthood.
Rue and family with Disney characters at the Northwest FamilyFest

Rue Khosa, A Mother Who Wears Many (Party!) Hats

This month, we chatted with Rue Khosa, a mother of two boys and business owner of The Perfect Push, a lactation clinic in Redmond. She is also the founder and organizer of Northwest FamilyFest, a fun family event taking place on Saturday, August 3, 2019, featuring kids’ activities, live music, delicious food, and a marketplace for local businesses and organizations…

Tidying Up: Your Estate Plan

A shrug. This is the expression I see most often when I ask my 30 or 40-something year-old clients about whether they have any special items to leave their loved ones in their will. A couple will look at each other, back at me, and respond, “We don’t have anything like that.” This is a palpable shift from earlier generations…

The Three Guiding Principles I’ve Used to Raise my Daughters

At PEPS, we love hearing from families about their experiences and perspectives on parenthood. This month, we heard from several fathers who shared what they love about being a parent and their advice for other dads. Chuck, the father of two teenage daughters, shares with us about the triumphs, challenges, and his three guiding principles on raising kids.

Setting New Goals, Being a Present Father, and Sound Advice From My Own Mother

At PEPS, we love hearing from families about their parenting experiences and perspectives on parenthood. This month, we heard from several fathers who shared their highs and lows, what they love about being a parent, and advice for other dads.

Luke is an award-winning journalist, speaker, loving husband and dedicated father to a daughter. He chatted with us recently to share about his thoughts and experiences on being a dad.

The First Three Months Have Been Interesting, to Say the Least…

At PEPS, we love hearing from families about their parenting experiences and perspectives on parenthood.  This month, we heard from several fathers who shared their highs and lows, what they’re most excited about, and advice for other dads. Sevon, a former US Air Force Staff Sergeant, moved to Seattle from Boston in December 2018 with his wife, ShaCara. Shortly after,…

Navigating Fatherhood Without a Roadmap

Randy Scott is an award-winning educator, broadcaster, and licensed couples counselor.  He’s passionate about helping parents have conversations about the different stages of parenthood, how being a new parent can shape the many relationships we build – especially for fathers – and how to navigate the ups and downs. Randy will be sharing with us his own experiences, what he’s…

Nutrition Tips for Parents

Article by Allegro Pediatrics Nutrition can be an overwhelming topic for many parents. There is often concern that children are not getting enough nutrients or aren’t eating a balanced diet. Here are some of our tips for commonly-heard nutrition concerns. Snacking For the most part, we try to prepare healthy and nutritious meals, but many times the snacks that children…