Monthly Archives: January 2018

Truth Bomb Mom Raising Kids (with Disabilities)

January 23rd 2018 Disabilities or not, this is just great and very entertaining advice from two extremely talented and funny people. Tips for Raising Kids with Disabilities, from Zach Anner [4:51]:   If you haven’t seen Zach Anner before, here … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: You Never Know

Thursday, January 18th 2018 Today we gowned up all the way three times.  That’s three times more than I ever have before.  Twice were for rooms that we almost blew by until curiosity revealed a situation ripe for Hospital Clowning.  … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: Do That THING

Tuesday,  January 9th 2018   Besides my fabulous new name tag, today’s rounds with Doc Skeeter are notable on account of how many big kids we visited with today.  It is not necessarily obvious that a Children’s Hospital would include … Continue reading

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3 Minute Mindfulness

Tuesday, January 9th 2017 I know I really need Mindfulness.  The World does in fact.   And somehow I resist practicing it all the time.  But today upon arriving at work I followed this simple 3 minute exercise, and it was … Continue reading

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