Seattle Mama Doc

Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson and Seattle Children’s created this blog to help parents do what is right for their children. Our goal is to provide child health, safety and parenting information in a way that is interesting, practical and easy-to-understand.

We offer information on everything from toddler sleep to teen hearing loss, and we invite you to learn from our experts as you do the important work of making the best choices for your child and your family. We offer information on everything from toddler sleep to teen hearing loss, and we invite you to learn from our experts as you do the important work of making the best choices for your child and your family.

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