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.
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
Meet Drake the Vampire, who loves astronomy and usually has a telescope in tow. When he isn’t learning about stars and planets and black holes, he volunteers after hours at the local blood bank. Drake comes from a long line of Vampires and has a very close relationship with his great-great-great-grandad Count von Drake. Like most grandparents, the Count wants Drake to have financial protection in the future and is interested in buying a whole life policy for Drake. He isn’t sure that he can, however, since he isn’t Drake’s dad.
Who can buy a Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan?Read More
Double, double, toil and trouble! Clair the Good Witch’s spell backfired and she turned into a cat (the main ingredient, toad warts, must have leaped past the expiration date). To reverse the spell, Clair will need to drink the hot green potion bubbling in the cauldron.
Help your child navigate through the cauldron from start to finish to cool the potion so that Clair can drink it to break the spell.Read More
Second in a series of five blog posts
Meet Frankie, aka “Frankenstein.” Frankie loves to smash things, which has earned him the dubious distinction of being banned from all of the porcelain and pottery shops in town.
Can I increase my son’s life insurance coverage? Will it be difficult for him to buy coverage later in life?