My son had his first sleepover at our house when he was 5 ?. We knew the other child’s family well. They lived on our cul-de-sac. We all felt comfortable enough to let the boys try a sleepover.
Floss, floss, floss your teeth! Floss them every day! Floss the top. Floss the bottom. Floss the plaque away! I sing this song with my own kids every night. At ages 4 and 6, my boys still
Many children enjoy visiting their pediatrician. I love when my patients excitedly run in the front door and give me or my nurse a big hug. And this actually does happen every day at my office, more than
Saying “No!” packs a powerful punch. We use it often — sometimes too often — without even realizing it. To our children, we say, “No. Don’t touch that! No. You can’t have a cookie before dinner. No. You
As a mother to 2 boys and a pediatrician with patients in many different schools, I know how important it is for your children’s schools to fulfill their needs. As a parent, you are your child’s best advocate