In Not for Ourselves Alone: Gender Politics and Parenting in the 21st Century, I Was Still a Little Girl, I Was a Little Girl in a Bra
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It took 9 months for my baby to be diagnosed with a congenital heart defect. I regret not asking her doctors more questions.
Seeing a child receive the diagnosis ‘failure to thrive’ can be painful for parents. A new diagnosis, called pediatric feeding disorder, could help.
I am the Julieta Madrigal of my house. After my daughter struggled to gain weight, I focused all my energy on cooking for her.
Unless You’re My Kids, Please Don’t Call Me Mom
The Orthodox Woman I Met in the Children’s Hospital
The Yom Kippur When My Daughter’s Life Was on the Line
This is the Surgery That Saved My Daughter’s Life
Why My Grandmother’s Kugel Became a Family Staple Long After Her Death
There Is a Recipe for Challah but Not for Raising Children
My Mother’s Mandelbrot Keeps My Family Connected Throughout the Jewish Holidays and Beyond
What Happened When I Chose to Fight a $900 Health Bill
These Are All the Things I’ll Never Really Know as a Parent
Why I’m Thankful for Parents Who Have Their Children Vaccinated
When a Jelly Belly Employee Acted Quickly for My Food-Restricted Child
To the Parents Whose Child Has Just Been Prescribed a Restrictive Diet
12 Questions I Wish I’d Asked at Every Outpatient Procedure
What to Bring to the Hospital for a Child’s Surgery
EpiPens Are Not Just for Kids: The Mylan Price Spike Affects Adults
Being a Parent on the Front Lines of Overcoming Misdiagnosis in Congenital Heart Disease
When CVS Responded to My Blog About Trying to Afford an EpiPen