Category: Dr. Meyer

Mirror mirror in his writing?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Sprout is really into “projects” lately.  These “projects” can range from elaborate pictures with sculpture like paper additions to a piece of construction paper with a few stickers on it.  Recently he has taken to making … Continue reading

The secret to knowing how tall your child will be

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer It seems like overnight, Sprout has outgrown all of his pants!  Looking back at last year’s holiday picture to this year’s picture, he has definitely grown from a toddler to a child.  His face and body … Continue reading

5 tips for getting through the holidays with a chronic illness

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer Changes in routine and traveling during the holiday season can be an added stress for families and is especially stressful for families of children with chronic disease.  As a pediatric endocrinologist, I care for many patients … Continue reading

Why don’t people “read for fun” anymore?

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer As the weather has gotten colder these past few days, it has really gotten me thinking about the months to come with a preschooler and a toddler stuck in the house.  I am always looking for … Continue reading

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