Thriving, Not Surviving Parenting

Thriving, Not Surviving Parenting

Let me break this down for you. From the time our children are born and turn 18, there are 940 Saturdays. Think about that. 940 Saturdays. Read More

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The Blessing of Quality Patient Care for Worried Parents

The Blessing of Quality Patient Care for Worried Parents

If there’s anything parents are instinctively good at, it’s worrying. Before our babies are even born, we’re experts and can think of infinite things to worry about. Read More

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Gestational Diabetes: What Expecting Mothers Should Know

Gestational Diabetes: What Expecting Mothers Should Know

The birth of your baby is one of the most exciting events in your life. As a board certified maternal and fetal medicine specialist, it is my job to support women and their babies through pregnancy. Read More

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Everything You Need to Know About RSV

Everything You Need to Know About RSV

RSV can be a life-threatening illness for some infants. As a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse with 11 years experience who went back to school to become a neonatal nurse practitioner — a specialty I have been privileged to practice for the past eight years — it is my passion and honor to care for and protect our most fragile infants. Read More

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ER, Urgent Care or Virtual Care – Which is Best for Me?

ER, Urgent Care or Virtual Care – Which is Best for Me?

This week we opened our new Bryan East Campus ER. Read More

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Breastfeeding – Personal Perspectives from Dr. Mom

Breastfeeding – Personal Perspectives from Dr. Mom

As a doctor and a mother to three children, I understand the benefits of breastfeeding for both moms and babies. I also know from personal experience and from my patients the challenges that we experience as moms specifically related to breastfeeding. Read More

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Trusted Health Care for You and Your Child Virtually Anywhere

Trusted Health Care for You and Your Child Virtually Anywhere

“Mom, I don’t feel good!” Those five little words can throw your entire day off the rails. Read More

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How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

How to Survive All-Nighters as a Mother

After finishing school, you think the all-nighters are over. But then you become a parent and realize staying up with a screaming child is a little different than staying up all night studying or staying out late at a party. Read More

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Thrift Store Shopping: How We Save on Baby Items

Thrift Store Shopping: How We Save on Baby Items

When I was pregnant with Cohen, I was your typical first time mom. I wanted to buy everything new — from toys to clothes to all of baby’s firsts. I never realized how expensive baby items were until we started shopping. Read More

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The Dangers of Parenting Comparisons

The Dangers of Parenting Comparisons

When I had my first baby, many of my friends were also having their first children. We were all new parents together watching our kids roll over for the first time, take first steps and say first words. Read More

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Having a Shared Birthday Party

Having a Shared Birthday Party

Parents today, including me, plan joint birthdays for the same reason our mothers did. It’s not only cheaper, but also much more convenient than throwing two. Read More

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