I’m very excited to have my first blog post up on the New England Journal of Medicine’s Knowledge+ Blog, titled I Studied For The Internal Medicine Boards On The StairMaster. True story!
It was July 29, 2014 that I wrote about our first weekend attempt to get Babyboy out of diapers. We used an excellent book on toilet training for autistic children called Ready, Set, Potty by Brenda Batts that was quite helpful. Babyboy did very well, and […]
It’s only Tuesday, and I’ve already seen several challenging cases this week. So much so, that I can’t sleep. I keep reviewing salient details and email communications in my head, worrying over what I may have missed, or how I may have come across. Did […]
Our almost accidental 4′ by 8′ foot backyard garden is now an almost endless source of everything: education, entertainment, nutrition… The kids are still so excited about it! They poke around in there every day to see what’s growing, and this week, they were thrilled […]
Let’s face it, working parents. A “family vacation” is a bit of an oxymoron. Multiple consecutive days on around-the-clock kid duty is wonderful, but not particularly restful. I admit, by the last day of our seven days at the beach, I was kind of looking […]
In March, the kids and I planted a ridiculous number of seeds. I have never in my entire life grown anything from seeds before, so I didn’t expect much. Lo and behold, we ended up with a ridiculous number of seedlings. And now, we have a CRAZY […]
I love Mondays. My clinic doesn’t start until afternoon, so after Hubby pulls out of the driveway to drop the kids at school, I have a bit of personal time. This is, of course, assuming that Hubby isn’t traveling, no kids are sick, I’m not […]