Who Pays When Porch Pirates Pinch Your Presents?

Starting after Thanksgiving, I park my car a house or two down the street. Why? Am I making room for a “Lexus to Remember” complete with a big red bow on top? Nope. I’m desperately trying to preserve my kids’ belief in Santa. Well, at least the 8 year old and the four year old. […]

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Can Parents Get into Trouble if Their Teen is Sexting?

Yes, I am still talking about sexting. In case you missed it, last week I talked about the heap of legal trouble your teen can get into if they engage in sexting, sending a sexually suggestive or nude image or message via text. I had several readers ask a very important follow-up question. In addition […]

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What a Lawyer Wants You to Know About Teen Sexting

Last week I wrote a post on what to do if the police want to question your teenager. Based on the slew of emails and messages I got (and thank you to everyone who sent one), I totally ignored the 800 pound gorilla in the room. Kids today are getting themselves into serious legal trouble […]

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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 […]

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