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!
Annual check ups at your pediatrician is so much more than just making sure you're OK to play sports. For the athlete and non-athlete alike Dr Molly explains why going to your pediatrician for your annual check up rather than an urgent care makes sense.
Dr Miller reminds us why hand washing is so important and gives us the best techniques for both hand washing and hand sanitizing to prevent illness!
Weight training in the off season is all the rage. Do you know how to assess whether your teen's program is right for his/her growing body? Get the answers!
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!
Kids (and parents!) use technology all the time. How much is too much? Are you or your children becoming addicted to your technology? Read NP Jessica's blog and get answers and tips!
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 Lori discusses the scope of child human trafficking and how to talk to your kids about it to protect them.
NP Jessica shares info about how much sleep kids need and how to develop routines that will ensure your children get it.
Katie Parks writes with humor and honesty about growing older and planning for your future.
In the often quoted classic 1976 film Taxi Driver, Robert DeNiro’s character imagines what he would say if he were confronted by a bad guy and practices his response by speaking to his reflection in the mirror.
I’ve taken a hint from his playbook and often preemptively planned conversations with my own reflection. But as I look back on my first half-century of life, I wish I had done that more often.
I was reminded of that this week when the New York Times electronically reprinted an article linked here that asked the question “What to Do with Their Stuff?”. This is a topic that will hit home for many peers entrenched in the Sandwich Generation. And it certainly hit home for me.
Closing up my childhood home a number of years ago was agonizing. I kept more than I should have because I just couldn’t bear to part…
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