Eileen Curtright was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, and grew up in San Antonio, Texas.
She was on the brink of making it big in the test publishing industry when she walked away, trading her lanyard for yoga pants and full-time, competitive mothering, a field in which she has left an indelible mark. She pioneered live farm animals at children’s birthday parties, invented the celebrated “Algebra for Infants” program, and was an early tastemaker and thought leader on Pinterest.
But after years in the parenting trenches, Eileen discovered that all kids really want is to watch TV, which frees her up to write.
Books:The Burned Bridges of Ward, Nebraska, December 2015
The Burned Bridges of Ward, Nebraska, December 2015