Empowering Children

Boosting children’s executive function skills

Parenting to Boost Executive Function

We can't control all of the good and bad things that will happen to our children, but we can give them the tools they need to make their experiences, whether joyous or painful, opportunities for growth. Read More

Thank you. What an inspiration!

I really like your philosophy. I'm also a parent preoccupied with figuring out how to raise a healthy, happy and resilient child. There are many ways to help create a great blueprint. The aspects I focus on is how parenting style and discipline measure can affect children's development tremendously. These two aspects play a huge role in a child's formative years, especially when they go through terrible-twos.

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Katherine Eskovitz is the founder of little BLUEPRINT, author of the “Have a Plan” children’s books series, and expert and speaker on plan-based parenting strategies. 


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