Jen Lennon

KKTV Moms Everyday Host Jen Lennon spent most of her childhood growing up in Colorado Springs.

KKTV Moms Everyday Host Jen Lennon spent most of her childhood growing up in Colorado Springs.

Jen graduated from Doherty High School in the Springs and then headed to the Midwest to pursue an education that would combine her love of the arts and working with children. Jen holds a B.S. in Performance Studies and an M.S. in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University.

Jen is passionate about children…her own and others. “Being a mom is the most exhausting and exhilarating job! I believe in not only investing time in my own children’s development, but in all children in our community. Moms Everyday has been the perfect opportunity for me to sit down with our expert partners and ask the questions all moms want to know. KKTV has provided a wonderful forum for moms to connect, learn and share.”

Jen continues to pursue her love of the arts by performing and teaching most recently with the Fine Arts Center, C.S. Children’s Chorale, and Academy District 20.

What You Should Know About Enterovirus

Kids are now in the swing of things being back to school… but they’re also likely bringing home viruses. Read More

More Teachers Integrating Cell Phones Into Curriculum

Today, most tweens and teenagers own a cell phone, and the majority are smart phones. Read More

Road Trip Food Safety

No road trip is complete without snacks. Here's your guide to safe snacks on the road. Read More

Avoid the Summer Slide

With a few weeks of summer underway, it is time to think about the Summer Slide. Read More

Time Out for Dad

Father’s Day is this Sunday. It doesn’t quite get the hype of Mother’s Day, but necktie and tool manufacturers are ready for the last minute gift frenzy. Read More

Summer Milestones

Ah, the waning days of summer when we take time as parents to reflect on the milestones our children have achieved in the 80 or so days of school-free bliss. Read More

Fourth of July Fun

As part of our Celebrate Summer series, we at KKTV Moms Everyday want to hear about your summertime fun and traditions. With the Fourth of July right around the corner, what will you be doing to celebrate? Read More

Backyard Fun!

As we continue to Celebrate Summer with KKTV Moms Everyday, this week we want to know what’s going on in your backyard! Read More

Time to Celebrate Summer!

Maybe it’s the relief of another school year ended and no more homework for a few months, but the mood always lightens along with the evenings come June in our house. Read More

Another School Year Gone By

Is it just me or does time really speed up as our children grow up? I can’t believe another school year has come to an end. Read More

Finding the Right Gift for the Teacher

The school year is rapidly coming to a close and that means one thing…gifts! Every May I find myself debating about what to do for my children’s teachers to commemorate the achievements and successes of another year. Read More

I Hereby Resolve…

Yes, it’s that time of year…the time to enact the big New Year’s Resolution. Always a wonderful intention, but sometimes difficult in the implementation. Read More

Turkey Treasures

Turkey Treasures are those art projects made in preschool or primary grades in which the child’s hand serves as the turkey and feathers. Read More

The Neighborhood Boo!

It’s a tradition that was already in place when we moved in ten years ago and it’s still one of my kids’ favorite things to do: The Neighborhood Boo! It’s a simple concept…give an anonymous plate of holiday goodies to a neighbor and then pass it on. Read More

Thumbs Up for a Simple Halloween Craft

Thumb print art! It’s simple, inexpensive, a bit messy and fun for kids (and grown-ups) of all ages. Read More

The Ideal Halloween Costume…for Middle School

So I need some help here. I have two middle school boys and it’s the time of year that leaves us talking in circles about Halloween costumes. Read More

Fall is in the Air…so what’s cooking in your house?

Fall has always been my favorite season. I love pulling on my cozy sweaters that I haven’t seen for months and walking around in that cool, but not quite cold, air. Read More

Signs of Hope…healing for a community

A family’s personal journey of recovery becomes a gift of healing for an entire community. Over 300 families in our community lost the place they called home. Read More

A Mother’s Rant about Holiday Merchandise

I wonder if we could just have a few plain old days of shopping without being bombarded months in advance for the next giant holiday. Read More

Mastering the Paper Shuffle

It seems like the beginning of the school year is a sea of paperwork even in this electronic age and it can be overwhelming for even the most organized moms among us. Read More