Evan is 4 ½. His mom is a pediatrician. So is his dad. His mom and I were sharing stories of feeling like inept parents in the face of trying to help families with behavioral problems. It’s hard to do what we say, and frankly, hard to master this whole parenting thing. Does anyone?
We were having coffee, trying to get some work done when we downshift to talk about pee. Read full post »
This blog caters to one principle I’ve learned along the way: Parents just want to do what is right. The desperate love we have for our children can shock us into good and sometimes bad decisions. I believe parents search for and sincerely desire simple answers to the How-What-Why–Who, the essence of doing right for their children. Often it’s not a simple, isolated situation, and/or one as complicated as it may feel. And, the abundance of online noise invokes fear in all of us. Over time, I hope to illuminate the reality that in pediatrics, doing less is often more. Prevention reigns.
Parents just want to do what is right. Read full post »