Common Questions Parents Ask Pediatricians

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When I was pregnant with my oldest, I had a million questions. I remember I would walk into my doctor’s office with a notepad pre-filled with questions for each of our visits and would walk out with at least 2 more follow-up questions or “action” items of information I wanted to research and learn more about on my own. This pretty much continued after my baby girl was born and as I transitioned from seeing my gynecologist to visiting her pediatrician.

In the early months of my baby girl’s life, I would also walk into her pediatrician’s office with a list of questions. Many of my questions revolved around the care of her skin, what to do if she got sick, and when she did get sick, what medicine and how much to give her. Reading over the 4 common questions parents ask pediatricians on the OTCSafety site, I see that my concerns as a new parent were certainly just that, common. It’s not easy to know how to care for our children, especially when it comes to ailments and injuries, so I can understand why we turn to our children’s pediatricians for those answers.

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Learning About Nature Via Disneynature’s Bears

by Ricardo Escobar on April 18, 2014 · 0 comments

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Disneynature Bears movie review

Just in time for Earth Day is the latest installment in the Disneynature series, Bears. The nature documentary takes viewers on a year-long journey with a mama bear, Sky, and her two cubs, Scout and Amber. The trio embark on a treacherous trek across the Alaskan wilderness as they search for the elusive salmon run that enables bears in this region to store enough fat for the upcoming long winter. This pending hibernation is of particular importance to mama bear, Sky, who must continue to nurse her cubs through the bitter cold in Alaska.

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Wild Oats Marketplace Organic Products Now Available at Walmart


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Celebrating Latino Children’s Literacy for Día de Los Niños with John Parra


I’m very excited to share with you that I’m participating in Latinas for Latino Lit (L4LL)’s 2nd annual Día Blog Hop! This year, the blog hop has paired up 24 authors and illustrators with 24 Latina bloggers to support and encourage Latino children’s literacy. You can find the full schedule of all participating bloggers and […]

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Fun for the Kids and Family at SeaWorld’s Just For Kids Festival

Orlando/Central Florida Events & Attractions

Have your kids ever wanted to have a party with penguins from Antarctica or see Elmo and his Sesame Street friends dancing and singing in person? Well, activities like these and many others are available at SeaWorld’s Just For Kids festival. SeaWorld is continuing their 50th Celebration in 2014 with this fun, made-for-kids event. They […]

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