So big- we’re three years old today!

 

Two Peds in a Pod® turns three years old! In honor of our third birthday, we bring you our top ten parental experiences through the years list:

  1. “Helping” your child manage his ice-cream cone (especially when he orders the soft chocolate kind with the chocolate sprinkles)
  2. Coaching a sport you have not played in twenty years.
  3. Playing hours of Mario Cart or Just Dance on the Wii (and losing every time)
  4. Building snowmen
  5. Coloring with brand new crayons (and the aroma of opening that new box of Crayolas!)
  6. If you are a mom, discovering your teen daughter is the same shoe size and you can borrow her hip shoes
  7. Experiencing your child’s first bike ride without training wheels
  8. Getting to be the Tooth Fairy (shhh… don’t tell!)
  9. Re-reading your favorite kid books (Dr. Seuss really was a genius)
  10. Realizing your child honestly believes that you have a really good singing voice

We hope to celebrate many more birthdays with you. Please continue to send us your ideas at twopedsinapod@gmail.com, comment on our posts and tell your friends about us. 

Happy,

Julie Kardos, MD and Naline Lai, MD
©2012 Two Peds in a Pod®

 

 

 

 

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  • Reply Loring Day July 13, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! LOVE the 3 year old post and congrats to you guys! Would you mind if I tweeted your website out? Let me know what you think or if you are moving toward any other social media direction w/ twopedsinapod.com – people need to hear your voices – you guys rock!

  • Reply Two Peds in a Pod July 13, 2012 at 6:27 pm

    tweet away! we need people to know about the extent social media can impact health care- thx

  • Reply games for parents September 23, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    I am very touched with your top ten parental experience. As parents we really miss such small but important incidence. I am sure you are great parent 🙂

  • Reply computer games October 4, 2012 at 6:22 pm

    you are right. Each first activity of the child is very special whether he his first word or first step 🙂

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