A few weeks ago my daughter asked me if she was a ‘tweener’. I was half-listening to her knowing this was one of many questions that she would rapid fire shoot at me and then proceed to tell me her … Continue reading →
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It’s time for another #MiracleMonday! In the spring of 2009 Parker was diagnosed with generalized seizure disorder. Since then she has been seen in the neurology department at Dayton Children’s to learn how to manage and control her seizures. While she will most likely live with this condition for the rest of her life, Parker has learned to accept her condition as her reality and continues life with a positive attitude and fun loving spirit! Don’t forget that through the rest of May you can purchase your yellow @CMNHospitals balloon at participating locations to help support @DaytonChildrens! #MayisForMiracles #Miracleband
Do you kids have close friends? Do you ever wonder how you can help them build lasting relationships? Check out these five tips from Dr. Ramey Child Psychologist on the blog! http://blog.childrensdayton.org/does-your-child-have-a-close-friend/