Caring for Kids…at Billings Clinic

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5 tips for surviving Halloween sweets

Halloween is a celebration of sweets and treats, but if you’re trying to cut calories, it can be a challenge to keep your hands out of the candy bowl. Even though they are miniature size, each of those candy bars can add 50-100 calories to your diet. Here are a few tips to make it … continue reading

4 things to know about helmet safety

“Oh you’re that over-protective parent.” Ok, maybe they don’t always say it, but when I bring up the importance of bike helmets the look on their face says it loud and clear. I’m a child of the 80s and my generation and those before wear it like a badge of honor that we rode in … continue reading

The 4 goals of misbehavior

Children want to feel like they belong and are accepted. Misbehavior can be a sign that a child needs attention and will do anything to get it. More about understanding your child’s behavior and the four goals of misbehavior in my final parenting Vlog:  

Teaching and Guiding vs Discipline

Teaching and guiding is about developing your child’s morals, values, rules and standards for acceptable behavior. Discipline, in the teaching and guiding sense, helps your child learn right from wrong and learn to trust. More about discipline in my Vlog here:

Open House for Bob and Penni Nance Pediatric Unit at Billings Clinic

Billings Clinic invites you to an open house at the new Bob and Penni Nance Pediatric Unit on Saturday, January 16 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. A presentation and ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 11:45 a.m. The unit is located on the second floor of the east wing of Billings Clinic hospital above the … continue reading

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