We Love Our Babies In the Office

Parental leave in the United States is severely lacking. I experienced the heartbreak of leaving my first child in daycare

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Letter From Katie: Three Is Not A Crowd, But It Is Messy Chaos

Veteran parents with large families told me that going from one to two children was the hardest transition. But going

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Letter From Katie: Maternity Issue Has Special Meaning for Me

June is a particularly special edition of Lexington Family Magazine for me. My third child was born in May, so

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Letter From Editor: At 67, I Still Enjoy Being A Dad to My Son

In the movie, “Parenthood,” an elderly Jason Robards asks his sensible son (Steve Martin) for advice about his gambling addicted

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Letter From Editor: Why I’ve Loved The Camp Fair For 15 Years

This year marks the 15th anniversary of Lexington Family Magazine’s Summer Camps & Activities Fair. And here are the reasons

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Letter From Editor: Happy New Year: My Parenting Resolutions

I’ve never been one for New Year’s Resolutions, but I realize that the start of a new year is a

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For Me, Elder Care Tour Is Personal

by John Lynch One year after launching Lexington Family Magazine in 1997, I entered the Sandwich Generation. Our son Jack

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Courtney Helped Improve Food, Fitness Culture

Courtney Helped Improve Food, Fitness Culture
One day in 1969, as a 13-year-old in Louisville, Anita Courtney opened her school lunch and thought, “That’s enough!”

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