Sunday, April 23, 2006

4 Out of 4 Kids Love It!

Remember how I was talking about Grand Rounds the other day?

Well, it was either that day or the day after when I read about a pediatrician blogger who wanted to start a version of Grand Rounds about kid's health. I thought it was an excellent idea, so I quickly emailed him to encourage him to go through with it.

Well, he did, and the first edition was posted at his site today. And since a good portion of my readership is Moms and Dads, then I would highly recommend that you browse through the submissions. There is one post spotlighted that talks about "fever phobia" and how unnecessary it is. I thought it was excellent and a must read for every parent. Fever in children is seemingly very misunderstood, and many parents go through unneeded stress during a bout with it.

So, without further ado, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Vol 1, Number 1!

(And if you look closely, you'll even see a submission from your favorite blogger.....not that all you junkies haven't read it least those of you who ARE junkies.....which really only amounts to like, my Mother...but I digress....)


Anonymous said...

another junkie is your auntie in Tulsa :)
I love reading your Blog, sweetie.
So much so, that I had your cousin, Ryan, alter my filter so I'd be able to comment! So here I am. Much love to the neice in Alabama.

Kelly said...

Alright Auntie! Welcome to the world of commenting!

I think you can click on "other" instead of anonymous and then type your name in. Others have done it, so you can do that, so I know who you are. And if you DO just stick with "anon", then make sure to put your name at the end of it....that way I know it's you!


JeniBeans said...

anonymous auties! hee hee

JeniBeans said...

OHHH, p.s. I went to his blog. I have to say my fav so far is the one about the ped picking the baby up by an arm and a leg and swinging them back and forth when the lady was trying to get her baby dressed. Hhahahahahaha. This was a comment by a nursing student under his post "It's all in the hips".

Christine Saitas said...

okay. I'm back. Just noticed I misspelled niece in my comment. Can you change that?
auntie :) former teacher