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Managing Grief with Kids

How do you explain death to your children?  How do you expect kids to handle grief?  Do you expect them to understand your own sorrow? We recently had two major changes to our family in the last two weeks.  First, my wife’s maternal grandmother passed away.  She was the last of our boys’ great grandmothers.  They had the privilege toContinue reading “Managing Grief with Kids”

Fever Phobia – Why Are We So Scared?

It is not uncommon to get multiple phone calls a day about fevers in a pediatric practice.  Sometimes those fevers aren’t actually fevers, but just mild variations in the normal day-to-day temperature.  Nevertheless, parents develop concerns and fears over this variation in temperature and what it could mean for their child.  But what led toContinue reading “Fever Phobia – Why Are We So Scared?”

Politics. Religion. Race. Masks. How Do We Influence Our Kids?

Apparently there is an election coming up later this year.  Anyone else hear about this?  (Insert sarcastic emoji).  I recently received the happy news that I have been randomly drafted to be an election worker the day of the presidential election.  It should be an interesting experience.  While discussing this at the dinner table, our older son had many questions.  WhoContinue reading “Politics. Religion. Race. Masks. How Do We Influence Our Kids?”

To School or Not to School? That is the Question

I recently posted about my medical opinion on kids and wearing masks in school.  I discussed their purpose and how they prevent the spread of infection.  However, many parents, and even school districts, wonder if we are rushing into things too soon.  Some areas of the country are seeing a steady rate of SARS-CoV-2 cases, while others areContinue reading “To School or Not to School? That is the Question”

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