Do I Need a Liability Waiver for My Kid’s Carpool?

It may still be a 100 degrees outside, but the school year has officially started in my house. My girls have traded in their swimsuits and flip flops for scratchy plaid jumpers and white sneakers. Yes, my girls have to wear white sneakers for school, arguably the most impractical shoe choice of all time. The […]

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When Horseplay Goes Too Far–Are the Parents Liable?

The video is horrifying. A 16 year old girl stands with her friends, on the outer ledge of bridge that looms 60 feet over the cool river below. Why is she there? Local teens routinely jump off of this bridge in the hot summer months. And yes, there is a big sign warning thrill-seekers not […]

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Insurance Company Won’t Pay? Here’s What You Should Do.

The neighborhood is alive with the sound of…hammers. Thanks to a severe hail storm, our neighborhood is overrun with roofers working in 100+ degree heat to replace damaged roofs. Roofs are being replaced on the houses on both sides of, and in front and in back of, my house. Guess whose roof is not being […]

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How She Does It: Hannah Greenberg, Baby Stones

Are you a mom with a “million dollar idea?” Or at least an idea you are passionate about and you think you can make some money with? A baby product? A children’s book series? A new spin on an old solution? True story. Baby Einstein, the series of books and videos made to teach children […]

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