Month: March 2014

The Obesity Epidemic… Of Our Pets

The Obesity Epidemic… Of Our Pets

So I took our two beastie boys to the vet last week. Yes, I wrote about it last post, but it was mostly to reflect on the vet tech who thought Leonardo Da Vinci was incarnated as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. This is also […]

A Little Bit Of This, A Little Bit Of That… A Little Bit Of Culture

A Little Bit Of This, A Little Bit Of That… A Little Bit Of Culture

We’ve all been healthy for a whole week, and without major nighttime disruptions. At least, none involving anyone’s vomit, nor requiring full bed changes at 3 a.m. There are so many potential topics of interest… I could write about one of the several extremely complex […]

A Big Ol’ Sickfest

A Big Ol’ Sickfest

Rough week. Puke, puke, more puke, sleep disruptions, illnesses, stress, fatigue… How can anyone function well as a clinician with all of this? It all started last Sunday night, when we decided to re-sleep-train Babygirl. Over the past month, we’ve been back to getting up at […]

Child Psych 101, With Our Own Kid

Child Psych 101, With Our Own Kid

Babyboy has been refusing to go to school for the past few weeks. I mean, he goes, usually because we sit on him to get him dressed, drag him kicking and screaming to the car, and stuff him in his car seat, then hand him […]