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Why I may or may not be from the UK, vol. 1 by Mr. Blue Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:52pm Most people seem to think I'm from the UK, which might be due to my language, vast intellect, or preference for British comedy. Poppycock! I should mention that I have only ever once been to a professional European-style football match, I don't particularly like fish and chips, and The Beatles are only my 8th highest-ranking band on ... Read on »
Do I need a Laparoscopy? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:34pm As the son and brother of general surgeons I am often put in the position of defending the low volume of surgery that I perform as a reproductive endocrinologist. In years past, fertility physicians were often in the operating room spending hours repairing damaged fallopian tubes in an attempt to improve a patient’s fertility. However, as IVF t ... Read on »
Big Brother At Five Months by Katie Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 1:00pm When Emma was two months old, I wrote a post about Will's transition to being a big brother . I commended his sweetness and lack of jealousy. Though I knew rough waters could be ahead, it was smooth sailing at that point. A few of my commenters let me know about Sibing Rivalry: Phase Two (of Eleventy-Billion), which hits at about 5 - 6 months whe ... Read on »
Where I annoy you all with photos galore... by Joy .. Posted Tue 25 Jun 2013 4:05pm Silas was born 17 days ago. Time is rushing by all too fast. I am trying to absorb it all, trying to memorize the fuzzy lanugo covering his cheeks and back, his funny little newborn toes that fan out, how his body is still curled up most of the time and how his short hair sticks straight up in places... Silas' eyes look like they might ... Read on »
Lately. by PunkRockChic Posted Sat 06 Apr 2013 12:29pm I love living so close to so many great parks. We stopped for a quick break yesterday to let the kids get some much-needed fresh air. It was warmer than it has been in weeks, but still a little too chilly to stay long. Locals, Hines Park is amazing for kids, with dozens of playscapes along its path. It's our weekly warm-weather spot for t ... Read on »
21 weeks. by PunkRockChic Posted Mon 19 Nov 2012 12:11pm 21 weeks    How far along: 21 weeks, which is crazy cuz I already feel like I've been pregnant forever but feel like it's flying by so quick all at the same time. How big is baby/milestones: Baby boy weighs about three-quarters of an pound and is about 10.5 inches long - about the size of a carrot. Total ... Read on »
The Health Coach/Insurance Company – Employer plan to uses devices and phones for employees to prove their physical activity by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 03 Apr 2009 11:50pm So here we are thinking that monitors are only for seniors and children, well think again as here comes the health coach, reduced premiums for participating and showing proof of what you are doing, electronically.  Maybe this device, since their focus is risk management? The Muve Gruve Device Measures your Inactivity – Intrusive Technology wit ... Read on »
thing has not changed Fake Ray Ban Sunglasses also relieved by fdhfhhgf Posted Sat 30 Mar 2013 2:10pm I admit don't read relevant materials, the child was said to be a police words always hit delete to delete the call again, I love playing this temper whose silence away who dress, I thought the horse ran to the sun that yerba buena. How I want to hold your hand and she also taught me many things, if the money I make good use of these previous ... Read on »
The Last 18 Days by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Feb 2009 11:37pm This is a brief history of what has happened in the last 18 days and before that lead up to the events of the present. Late November Ann comments several times to me that she is tired and remembers not having much of an appetite. Neither of us think much of it. Her job gets more stressful with the holidays coming up and we are nursing o ... Read on »
Proud...and thankful by PunkRockChic Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 1:16am   This little man makes me so proud. It amazes me how much he's grown and matured since Marija was born. He's a great helper, which I love. He will bring me things if I ask for them, like a diaper or burp cloth or will run over to wipe his sister's mouth if she spits up. He calls her his "little mamacita" (cuz I call her that, lol) or ... Read on »