The pediatrician had her thumb and first finger on either side of a lump on my daughter’s neck. Was that not normal? She even had me feel it – seemed like neck to me. … Read More March is Autoimmune Awareness Month
We’ve all heard the African adage “It takes a village to raise a child.” It has taken an unfortunate turn of events to remind me that I need to thank the people in my children’s village and tell them how much they mean to us. … Read More Thank you, Village People!
Call me crazy, but very little in motherhood stresses me out more than a well-baby visit to the pediatrician. My daughter just had her 15-month appointment, which means that I have sweated through approximately 47 of these thus far. Part of the problem is that my girl inexplicably screams through the entire thing. This time, we… Read More Another Dreaded Well-Visit
Carrying out my daughter’s bedtime routine is one of my favorite parts of the day. When I started doing it, I would give her a bath, rub a little lotion on her, read her a book, give her a bottle, and check the baby message boards while rocking her to sleep. Yup, that’s right. Checking… Read More I Have No Idea What I’m Doing