As family and friends gather together for another Thanksgiving feast this year, there are countless reasons we should all give thanks:
Pumpkin pie, whipped cream, and a lot more whipped cream, to name a few.
But while we are deeply appreciative of those three extremely important items, they aren’t the only things our family is thankful for this year. In fact, here’s what everybody in our household said when we asked, “What are you thankful for this year?” Continue reading Here’s why we’re having a Happy Thanksgiving→
As a parent, you want what’s best for your kids, right? That’s why you buckle them into their car seats, make them eat all their vegetables, and read plenty of parenting articles like this one. After all, if there’s something your babies need, by golly you’re going to give it to them!
There’s only one problem: it’s hard to always know what your children truly need…
Today’s “Ask the Doctor + the Dad” question comes from a parent with big concerns about her little kiddo:
At age 3, is it concerning when a child can’t recognize letters? My son’s preschool teacher mentioned that other kids in the class already know them. I have an older child, but I can’t remember when she started recognizing letters. – Jenn