Meet Stuffin’ the Scarecrow. When he isn’t in the field warding off troublesome birds, you might find him with his nose in a book. An avid reader who loves stories, he finds that books allow him to experience adventures within the safe confines of the farm, worry-free. Some scare-makers would call Stuffin’ a “nervous Nelly” who worries about anything and everything, a trait inherited from his parents. There was one thing that chilled Stuffin’s mom to the straw: Fear that if an emergency arose and she needed ready cash, the money she had paid into Stuffin’s life insurance policy wouldn’t be accessible.
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Meet Spooky the Ghost, who is passionate about the art of scaring. When not up to his usual high jinks of terrifying the neighborhood cats, you might find him creating tutorials to share the latest haunting tactics and techniques. Spooky’s parents knew how important it was to have life insurance protection, but because Spooky was just a kid, they thought that he didn’t need a life insurance policy of his own.
Do children really need life insurance?
If you went trick-or-treating as a child or do so today, you’ll likely remember the exterior decorations of a house that stands out above the rest. Hauntingly memorable Halloween décor puts it on the trick-or-treat map of all of the neighborhood kids, who, each year, can’t wait to see how the house will be decorated this year. In some towns, a benevolent resident with deep pockets may even go a giant step further, putting on a spectacular Halloween sound-and-light show at a frightful cost, attracting visitors from miles around.
If you’re thinking of turning your own house’s exterior into one that out-spooks the rest, but at a ghost-friendly cost, try these three fun and easy do-it-yourself haunted house recipes that mainly call for typical household ingredients:Read More
After the birth of a child, parents sometimes struggle with going back to work and the need to find child daycare, regardless of how many other children they have or how old the children are. For first-time parents, finding and accepting the need for child daycare can seem daunting.
Knowing that your child is being well taken care of in daycare can help to make the transition easier. Need help finding child care? We’ve broken down the process into the following three steps:Read More
Halloween costumes can offer a visual timeline into a child’s development and evolving interests, as well as a chance to “try on” a potential future role. A young girl who dresses as a doctor or scientist for Halloween may grow up to become one.
As children grow into young adults, they may arrive at unmarked crossroads and turn to their elders for guidance, stability and protection. One of the best ways for a parent, grandparent or permanent legal guardian to help safeguard a child’s future no matter the crossroads is through a dependable whole life insurance policy.Read More