"No, wait, don’t touch that!" So, if you haven’t realized this already, children are naturally curious. However, that curiosity is what gets them into trouble, do you remember what curiosity did to the cat??? After you found out you were pregnant, you started planning for your new addition, you prepared the nursery, you bought your… Continue reading Childproofing: How to protect your children from themselves
Spring has finally come to the frigid Midwest and if you are anything like me you are digging through your cedar closet to find your shorts and sunscreen to head outside! The first week or two of spring are glorious. We all want to be outdoors, raking the flower beds, cutting the grass for the… Continue reading New Season, New Healthy Routines for You and Your Family
Temper Tantrums: Strategies and Tips. In this week's blog, Dr Miller takes on an issue every parent has faced and gives practical advice about how to prevent and manage temper tantrums.
Dr Alita discusses the importance of car seats for all ages and gives resources for parents to ensure that every car seat is installed properly!
Looking for new ways to get your child interested in doing their 20 minutes of reading each day? NP Jessica offers inventive strategies, reading material suggestions from kids themselves, and home grown advice in this week's blog.
RSV is the OTHER winter virus that causes a lot of illness and hospitalization. Dr Miller explains what to look for and what to do to try to avoid it.
When the cold weather drives you inside, what can you do with your kids besides Legos and screen time? NP Jessica offers a month's worth of ideas to bring your family closer and have fun too!
Fever is a worry for most parents. Get the facts and know when to worry and what to do when your child gets a fever!
Dr Tiffney offers ideas for indoor and outdoor family fun as the weather gets cold! Embrace the winter with your kids inside and out!
NP Jessica shares info about how much sleep kids need and how to develop routines that will ensure your children get it.