Take the Seek Out of Hide and Seek – Mommy I’m Here Teddy Bear Remote Child Locator
Jul02

Take the Seek Out of Hide and Seek – Mommy I’m Here Teddy Bear Remote Child Locator

BY Kathy Zucker • Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 One month ago, my kindergarten son disappeared in Church Square Park at the center of Hoboken, NJ. He was gone for half an hour. If you haven’t visited Church Square Park, it is completely open. You have a couple of gated playgrounds for infants and toddlers, but the big kid area has multiple walkways leading to – and from – it. There is also thick shrubbery between sidewalk paths. As...

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Household Startup Gets 2¢ From Sarah Mock of How I Pinch a Penny
Jun20

Household Startup Gets 2¢ From Sarah Mock of How I Pinch a Penny

BY Kathy Zucker • Friday, June 20th, 2014 I was incredibly honored to be interviewed recently for the inaugural episode of #Our2Cents hosted by Sarah Mock of How I Pinch a Penny. This interview follows on the heels of the article Mom Has Mindset of Classic Entrepreneur, Lets It Flow by AOL Finance editor Laurie Peterson, a fellow resident of Hoboken, NJ. I have spent my entire thirties as an entrepreneur working from home while caring...

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Make Family Memories 25 Minutes From Hoboken, NJ – NYC Columbus Circle
Jun17

Make Family Memories 25 Minutes From Hoboken, NJ – NYC Columbus Circle

BY Kathy Zucker • Tuesday, June 17, 2014 I woke up two days ago with a plan. As his Father’s Day present, my husband was competing in a Fencers Club tournament. We met on our college fencing team 20 years ago, so introducing our kids to the sport is extremely important to both of us. However, little kids and fencing don’t mix well. The strips tend to be crowded, there are large men wielding swords thundering across the...

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Zucker Family Home Base is a Pizza Parlor – Loradella’s Jersey City
Jun15

Zucker Family Home Base is a Pizza Parlor – Loradella’s Jersey City

BY Kathy Zucker • Saturday, June 14, 2014 One year ago, my kids were attending preschool and first grade in a basement and gym, refugees from Hurricane Sandy after it severely damaged their school building. I would pick them up when classes let out and head straight for the Newport Green beach, desperate to get out into the sun and fresh air. I kept flip flops, buckets and towels in the trunk of our car, ready at all times to get down...

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How to Define Success By How Well Your Kids Sleep
May31

How to Define Success By How Well Your Kids Sleep

By Kathy Zucker • Saturday, May 31, 2014 In almost eight years of parenting, I have never spent the night away from my kids. In related news, I haven’t gotten a good night’s sleep in eight years. My kids, on the other hand, sleep like rocks. Seriously, the rocks my son carries everywhere in his pockets sleep less soundly than this kid. Night after night, eight o’clock rolls around, and like clockwork, two of my three...

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