Home AloneI can’t believe it has been twenty-five years since I first saw the movie “Home Alone.” I remember I didn’t particularly like the movie, as I found it hard to believe that an eight year old boy could be smarter and more resourceful than most, if not all, of the adults around him.  Additionally, it disturbed me that a little child would be left all alone to care for himself and make decisions surrounding his well-being, without any adult supervision.  From a very simplistic perspective, during the time “Kevin” was left home alone, he became an “emancipated minor.”   Continue Reading