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Roberta Perry of Plainview: Scrubz Body Scrub
A few years ago, Roberta Perry decided to formulate her own scrub. “I had to do this for myself. I wasn’t even thinking about it as a business.” Now she books home parties and gives product demonstrations... (read the story...)

Lisa Basini: The Baking Coach, Inc. in Smithtown
Her innovative spirit and business know-how began to blossom at the mere age of eight, as Lisa Basini recalls “turning one dollar into four” with just one box of cake mix and a can of frosting. (read the story...)

Business of Parenting: The Sweet Success of Little Scoops
In 2002, Michelle Violetto, of Tappan, and her business partner, opened Little Scoops, a 50’s retro-style party venue & ice cream parlor in Blauvelt. Within the first month of their grand opening, Little Scoops became “the” place for kids’ birthdays. (read the story...)

How Sweet It Is: Tribeca Treats' Rachel Thebault
An investment banker with no formal training in the culinary arts, Rachel decided to try a recipe for mint crunch truffles. Read on to find out how Rachel turned her passion for sweets into Tribeca Treats. (read the story...)

Caring for Kids, With Help From Her Own
Find out how Edith McCarthy, M.D., balances being a mother and having her own pediatric practice. (read the story...)

Business of Parenting - A Mom On Your Side
When Jodi Liston’s children, were classified as emotionally disabled, she enlisted the help of an advocate to help her navigate the system and get the services her children needed. But it was no simple task. After a long and arduous process, 17 years of research, volunteer work at Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, and assisting other families struggling with similar issues, Liston, decided to start her own firm. The two-year-old Liston Advocates helps the growing number of parents who are following similar paths to get suitable services for their children. (read the story...)

In Fashion At Any Age
In 2000, when fashion designer and educator Denise Proctor opened the doors to her Westchester Fashion Academy for Children (WFAC), it was the realization of a dream. (read the story...)

Author Jane Green is Happy at Home
A bestselling "chick lit" author writes her life. (read the story...)

Necessity Made This Mother an Inventor
New mom Line Rothman comes up with Glamourmom, a nursing bra tank. (read the story...)

Space Odyssey: From Run-of-the-Mill to Out-of-this-World
Elvira Grau and her husband, Jim, managed to transform a dingy warehouse in Englewood, NJ, into a $3 million, 26,000-square foot entertainment facility...Space Odyssey! (read the story...)

A Moving Business: From the City to the 'Burbs
Three years ago, Alison Bernstein gave birth to her first child and her first business idea, a real estate company that would help families looking to leave the city for the surrounding ‘burbs. Now, three kids (with a fourth on the way) later, Suburban Jungle Realty Group, her newly launched real estate firm, focuses on families who are considering moving to Westchester, New Jersey, Long Island and Connecticut. (read the story...)

Love Songs: NYC Mom Releases Children's Album
Melissa Errico has been wowing audiences for years in movies and on television and Broadway. Now the sippie-cup set will get to enjoy what The New York Times has called the “voice of enchantment”. (read the story...)

Tales and Tips from Type A Moms
In 2007, Beth Feldman and Yvette Manessis Corporan self-published their hilarious mommy memoir, Peeing in Peace: Tales & Tips for Type A Moms. (read the story...)

New Business Blooms in Manhattan
Alden Leigh Rosen and partner Yael Denbo launched their personalized baby planning service -- inBloom -- to offer New Yorkers access to the fruits of their research. (read the story...)

Into the Wild
With a past in travelling, Manhattanite Kourosh Mahboubian, a father of three, recently pioneered an adventure club for children, Wild Blue, which is headquartered on the Upper East Side. (read the story...)

Dine and Date
New service takes care of the kids — and mom and dad (read the story...)

As Fresh As It Gets
Getting fresh, the parent’s lament, has taken on a whole new meaning in Park Slope. Two local women have just opened Get Fresh, a take-out shop with prepared food that you finish cooking at home. (read the story...)

Nature & Nurture in Nyack
Imelda McCain was a nurse for 15 years, but she always thought about opening her own business. The birth of her 7-year-old son, Lucas, however, has had a tremendous influence on the direction of that business. From that maternal desire, the concept for Playing Mantis (read the story...)

Groovy in Croton: Fashion for Kids
Kids in Croton have been looking pretty fashionable of late, thanks to outfitting by Croton moms Andrea Andrews and Lisa Primeggia. Their shop, Groovy on Grand, is a treasure trove of unique findings for the young and fashion-forward set. (read the story...)


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