With their squeaky-clean credit histories, our children’s data are the crown jewels to identity thieves.
Alyssa Colton, a writer and editor in Albany, New York, taught college-level writing and literature for 18 years. Her work has been published in Mothering, Glamour, Author, Kitchens & Baths, Literary Arts Review, Amaranth Review, and aired on Northeast Public Radio. She is the mother of two daughters, 17 and 12.
We don’t have to have a party to honor our daughter's first period, but treating it as nonchalantly as a…
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