Don’t EF UP Your Kids! To Debut Online Parenting Event

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Parenting Thought Leaders Come Together To Help Parents and Children Thrive

Don't EF UP Your Kids! Online Parenting Event March 24-31, 2014

Top experts in the fields of parenting, play, children’s health, family wellness and emotional wellness.

Don’t EF UP Your Kids! is the new cost-free online parenting event that brings trusted experts together with parents to give meaningful tips on a myriad of key parenting issues. Don’t EF UP Your Kids! will launch their first-ever online sessions beginning on Monday, March 24, 2014 at . This seven-day series targeted to parents with children 0-5 years old, will feature daily recorded series from leaders in the fields of parenting, play, children’s health, family wellness and emotional wellness and mommy-hood.

Host Janell Goplen has partnered with nationally sought after experts, including Stefanie Wilder-Taylor host of Parental Discretion on Nickelodeon’s Nick Mom; play expert and regular guest of The Today Show, Meredith Sinclair; The Biggest Loser’s Joanna Dolgoff; Dr. Oz’s Regular Holistic Mom guest Christine Miskinis; Tapping specialist Brad Yates; parenting experts, award winning and nationally recognized authors and speakers including Jenna McCarthy, Shelly Lefkoe, Carrie Contey, Norma Hollis, Tara Kennedy-Kline, Daddy Nickell; and specialists in ADHD Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster. Also featured will be interviews from women who have created important online resources for parents to thrive, including Parenting 2.0’s Marlaine Cover, Playdate Planet’s founder Meryl Neiman, and Kinsights co-founder Jennifer Chung.

Listeners can pre-register for the event starting Friday, March 21st and will receive up to $500.00 worth of bonus gifts from all of the experts.

To find out more about the event and its panels, please visit

Janell Goplen founder of Eco Girls, LLC a Los Angeles based Toy Company, dedicated to bringing joy to children and parents through products that are fun to play with and good for them.

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