Summer is a time to celebrate for children, but for parents, it may not be such a joyous occasion. Having your kids home all summer means plenty of downtime. While some kids are naturally active, others will prefer to sit in front of their television, computer, or smartphone screens. Portland Pediatric Group encourages you to […]Read more "10 Ways to Keep Your Kids Active During Summer Break"
You and your child are finally in a breastfeeding groove. Suddenly, the baby may seem unsatisfied by the breastmilk you’ve been providing him or her and your friends are wondering when you’ll start transitioning solid foods into your child’s diet. The path to a more independent baby may seem uncertain, but with proper timing and […]Read more "How Do I Transition My Baby to Solid Foods?"
Baby shopping doesn’t have to be daunting. Sometimes it can be fun! Pick out some of these must-haves before bringing home your bundle of joy.Read more "What Do I Need to Bring My Newborn Home?"
Congratulations, you’re now a proud parent! Are you sure you have everything you need for your bundle of joy? This exciting time in your life can feel overwhelming but, with the right tools, you can raise your baby right and adapt to your new responsibilities as “mom” or “dad.”Read more "Welcome to the World!"
After the birth of your newborn you might find yourself stressed out by the responsibilities of parenthood. Here are a few tips to get you through your child’s first months.Read more "Newborn Care"
After the birth of your first child, there are many things going on at once; you’re exhausted from your time in the hospital, everyone wants to visit and now you have a new life to watch over.Read more "Taking Your Newborn Baby Home"
Here at the Portland Pediatric Group, we specialize in providing care for newborns, children, and young adults. Many of our patients start out visiting us as newborns and continue to come back all the way throughout their childhood and teenage years.Read more "Portland Pediatric Group Welcomes You to Our Family"