How to Prepare for Fatherhood


by Tobi Millrood On the list of life’s superlatives, the greatest day in a man’s life is the day he becomes a father. Whatever was the scene of his life before, the portrait is forever

How to Prepare for Fatherhood2021-04-06T23:04:53+00:00

Technology for Seniors


by Joshua M. Neuman One of the greatest developments in the history of humankind has been the technological advances of our civilization over the last 100 years. In 1921, there were no computers, no electronic

Technology for Seniors2021-04-19T20:01:36+00:00

Exercise During Every Trimester


by Megan Van Rentergem When you become pregnant, you quickly realize that your body will continue to be, experiencing many changes. It’s exciting and scary all at the same time. For women who have established

Exercise During Every Trimester2021-04-19T18:48:34+00:00

Problem Solving for Kids of All Ages


By Diane Masiello Children are born problem-solvers: just watch a 3-year-old trying to get a cookie from a high shelf. Her methodology won’t always be safe or sound, but she will try until she either

Problem Solving for Kids of All Ages2021-02-11T18:21:24+00:00

How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Vegetables


By Katherine Allen As far as childhood eating is concerned, everyone will have a horror story to tell about the tribulations of getting their toddlers to eat food generally considered to be “good for them”.

How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Vegetables2021-02-11T18:19:05+00:00

Screen Time Limits for Kids


By Diane Masiello Computers, video games, televisions, tablets, phones— from work to entertainment, our lives revolve around screens. According to a 2019 article in Forbes, while at home, Americans spend 12 hours of screen time

Screen Time Limits for Kids2021-02-05T19:41:22+00:00

Safety Tips for Camping


by Emma Parnham Vacations aren’t the same this year. With many countries keeping their borders closed as COVID-19 cases continue to rise and social distancing remains a priority, people everywhere are forced to rethink their

Safety Tips for Camping2020-12-02T14:25:44+00:00

A Tale of Two Daughters


by Brian Harrington Has your athlete gone through a phase when they wanted to quit playing a sport? How should you react? As litigators, we know that each case turns on its facts. Dealing with

A Tale of Two Daughters2021-01-27T16:05:56+00:00
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