Tag "parenthood"

The 2013 holiday season is officially upon us and while the wonder, fun, food and gifts of the next five or so weeks will certainly have your kids enjoying the festivities, our psychologists recommend that this is also a great › Continue Reading

Our Pin of the Week and accompanying photo come from the blog All Things Simple. With Spring Break season in full swing, we hope this idea will be helpful for those of you who will be traveling with kids. Vacation › Continue Reading

We’ve all seen them. Maybe your father had one. Maybe you have one, or your husband. That bulging bit of stretched leather so stuffed with used gift cards, business contacts, receipts, and other random pieces of paper it has to › Continue Reading

Even on the days when a patient gets a depressing diagnosis or things seem to be going wrong, people around here have a way of believing in the power of a smile to help make things OK. That’s what happened › Continue Reading

Ah, October. It’s the epitome of the fall season and one of my favorite months of the year. I love it. The weather, festivals, pumpkin farms, hay rides and most importantly, Halloween! Our neighbors have a giant inflatable spider with light-up › Continue Reading

Leaving Collin

I knew that’s what it would feel like. Not ‘going away as a couple’. Not ‘celebrating our 10th anniversary’. But ‘leaving Collin’. We had not both been away from him overnight since he was in the NICU. Only a very › Continue Reading

Three out of every 10 girls becomes pregnant by the age of 20, in the United States. Even more sobering, the United States has the highest rate of teen pregnancy and births of any industrialized country: birth rates here are 1.5 › Continue Reading