What to Do if the Police Want to Question Your Teenager

Can you guess the number one reason why my husband and I get panicked phone calls from friends and acquaintances late at night? It’s not for advice on how to get their kids to sleep. We have yet to figure out how to get a kid to sleep (and we’ve had four tries). All four […]

Read More

Don’t Be a Lawyer? Will I Be Encouraging My Kids to Go to Law School?

Have you ever seen My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on the CW? Pretty funny stuff. The show centers around a Harvard-educated lawyer who, on the verge of making partner, leaves her top-shoe New York law firm to move back to her small hometown to pursue (or stalk, depending on your perspective) her first love from summer camp. The […]

Read More

UPDATE: Did the Trampoline Park Pay for My Kid’s Stolen Shoes?

On Monday I blogged about the saga of my four year old’s stolen glitter shoes ($45 Jefferson Bling Glitter Native Shoes to be exact). Just to recap, her favorite shoes were stolen from the shoe cubby at a local trampoline park. I complained to a park employee, but was summarily dismissed with a shrug and […]

Read More

Is the Trampoline Park Responsible for My Kid’s Stolen Shoes?

This past weekend, my four year old’s life became a Sex in the City episode. In A Woman’s Right to Shoes, Carrie goes to a baby shower hosted by her friend and new mom Kyra. Kyra makes everyone everybody take off their shoes and Carrie’s signature Manolos disappear. Kyra offers to pay for them until she finds out […]

Read More