As I’ve shared, Mary is a daredevil and everyday there is a new bump on her head or bruise on her cheek because she falls – a lot! As she is learning to walk I anticipate there to be some … Continue reading →
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It's hard to believe, but next week is the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy. One of our Dr. Mom's has already noticed the increased news coverage on the topic and shares what she learned last year about what her kids hear on the news and how and when to talk to them about situations in the news that could possibly scare them. http://blog.childrensdayton.org/sandyhook/
Dr. Forbis, member of the Dayton Children's Hospital Dr. Mom Squad discusses the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shootings and how parents can talk to their kids as well as the importance of when to limit their news intake.