For pediatrician Ben Danielson, a doctor at the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic in Seattle’s Central District for 21 years, everything has changed. The adorable toddlers he sees there in a brightly-painted room, can only see the top of his face — just his eyes and eyebrows. They see him gowned and masked. … Continue reading Pediatrician Ben Danielson Sees Stress in Children Visiting Odessa Brown Clinic, but He Still Sees Cause for Hope →
Read the full article in ParentMap, Dec. 28, 2012.
Everybody’s idea of calm is a little different. Perhaps yours looks like a peaceful vista of trees or sounds like a lovely, serene melody. Maybe you find that calm is a distant memory in a life full of lists and destinations.
Read the full article in ParentMap, March 9, 2010.
She gave up her navy blue power suit to change diapers, but this marketing vice president isn’t a new mother. She is a grandmother, rediscovering some of the elastic sense of time that young children seem to live in.