We help ordinary parents become extraordinary parents!

Finally!

A program for

growing parents

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Hi. I’m Vibert Kesler, Executive Director of our unique Begin with the Children Parenting Program. Our mission is to grow “ordinary parents” into “extraordinary parents” because our society thrives with extraordinary families! 

 

Become an extraordinary family by enrolling in our parenting program. To enroll, you must be the parent of a child 0-18 months old. Why this age bracket? Because we take you through major stages of parenthood development that start while your child is still in diapers.

 

After you enroll, it will be my pleasure to be your host every month as we provide age-specific parenting ideas, information, and principles. This will help you become an extraordinary parent. I look forward to serving you.

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“We like that the Begin with the Children parenting program is simple. It gives us a focus that isn’t overwhelming.”

-The Michaelson Family, enrolled since October 2015

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Finally!

A program for

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World Peace Parents®, Begin with the Children®, Putting Family First®, Family Hour®, Empower the Family®, KinderKronicle®, and A Chat with your Baby® are registered trademarks of World Peace Parents Foundation filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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World Peace Parents Foundation is a nonprofit corporation. Begin with the Children is a project of the Foundation and is a registered doing business as the Foundation. The Foundation received a Determination Letter from the Internal Revenue Service in 2004 recognizing it as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization and all donations to the Foundation and Its Begin with the Children are tax deductible In accordance with IRS regulations.