I write this blog as a mom and a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, sharing observations and wisdom I have gained through my experience in these roles. It provides new and seasoned parents with tips and information to guide them on this journey of parenthood.

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  • "My Toes Look Like Cinnamon Donuts!"
    on Sep 9, 2010
    Labor Day 2010 is now a fading memory and so is Summer Break 2010. School is in session for kids everywhere, and it is highly probable that one of their first assignments will be an essay or drawing titled, "What I Did On My Summer Vacation".  I...
  • Happy Mother's Day!!
    on May 9, 2010
    With Mother's Day upon us, I thought that writing about this centuries-old tradition was in order. I have always believed that this over-commercialized holiday was the brainchild of the greeting card companies, but I was wrong. Countries, the world-a...
  • How Much Is Too Much? An Over-scheduled Kid
    on Apr 19, 2010
    You know the saying that "time flies...", well I think my time boarded the Space Shuttle when I wasn't looking.  Does this mean I am having exponentially more fun? Maybe. It has been 3 months since I last posted. Writing posts has been on my To-...
  • Are You Smarter Than Your "Smart" Phone?
    on Jan 19, 2010
    Today I write this post with a serious tone - no humorous anecdotes, no personal tales - just the sobering facts about a very deadly habit for the majority of drivers.  Do you talk on your cell phone (hand-held or hands-free) while driving? Do y...
  • Deck The Halls with Boughs of Poison, Falalalalalalalala
    on Dec 15, 2009
    Judging by the traffic at the mall, the winter holiday season must be in full swing. I love the food, music, and other traditional festivities of Christmas and Hanukkah. My kids are now at the age that the holidays more manageable - gifts are smaller...
  • Sex Ed and Santa - The Dichotomy Facing Our Tweens
    on Nov 15, 2009
    Do you remember how old you were when you learned about puberty? The birds and the bees? Was your innocence shattered by a parent, a friend, a sibling, or "The Movie" brought to you by our friends at Kotex? I have an older sister so I was in the know...
  • The Big "O" - Is It All That It Is Cracked Up To Be?
    on Nov 4, 2009
    OK people, get your minds off of whatever you think I was implying and onto your grocery list - I am talking organic food here.A friend of mine recently asked me about organic food and if I thought that it is worth the expense for her children. My im...
  • Things That Go Bump In The Night - Staying Safe On Halloween
    on Oct 22, 2009
    You may call it Halloween or All Hallows’ Eve or All Saints’ Eve or just October 31st. This annual haunting involving costumes, treat-or-treating, and things that go bump in the night is just around the corner. It is an evening filled with excite...
  • It's 2:30...Time To Go To The Dentist
    on Sep 29, 2009
    I am sure you remember the childhood joke - Someone would ask you, "What time is it?" You would reply, "It's 2:30...time to go to the dentist!" Laughter would ensue on your part followed by the explanation for the dim-witted, "It's 2:30...tooth hurt-...
  • Let 'Em Play Just Put 'Em in Bubble Wrap First
    on Sep 14, 2009
    Baseball, football, basketball, soccer - if you are a parent of a child older than 4 years, you have probably had an encounter with one or all of these sports. Football season is in full swing this time of year - from a friendly backyard game to flag...
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