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Verbatim: Fastballs In The Exam Room

BaseballVerbatim: a repeating entry of things overheard while taking care of kids in my clinic.

One of the best parts of my job is coming to know the families I care for.  It sounds trite. It’s true.  Over the few years in practice, they have come to know my style, I suppose.  I’m direct.  I don’t want families to have to guess what I’m thinking.  I share stories (both the mess-ups and successes) of raising my own kids.  I can be self-deprecating at times if I think it’s important and true.  Like I said yesterday, it’s hard to do this parenting thing, and hard to do it well and feel glamorously successful all the time.  We don’t get a lot of thank-yous from our own children for the labors of providing safety, a roof, food, humor etc.  But we do get them.  Reward enough, of course. Read full post »

Happy Birthday Blog

Happy Birthday, Blog.  Welcome.  Welcome to Children’s. I hope life unfolds easily for you.

We’ve been waiting for you.  Prepping the room, painting the walls, putting things in piles. We’re hoping for great things from you.  I painted the walls yellow, not knowing what flavor you’d be.  I hope we can make you prosper. Read full post »