Chip & Joanna Gaines Welcome Their Fifth Child, & It’s Super Exciting

It’s finally happened, folks. After months of getting super excited about seeing Joanna Gaines’ ever-tasteful baby bump, the moment we’ve been waiting for is here. Chip and Joanna Gaines just welcomed their fifth child, and fans are obviously going t…

It’s finally happened, folks. After months of getting super excited about seeing Joanna Gaines’ ever-tasteful baby bump, the moment we’ve been waiting for is here. Chip and Joanna Gaines just welcomed their fifth child, and fans are obviously going to be pumped about the news. I mean, just thinking about what this baby’s nursery is going to look like is enough to get the old heart pumping, you know?

The design duo and adorable couple, who first came to be known to their adoring fans on their home improvement show on HGTV Fixer Uppers, are already the proud parents to four children; 8-year-old daughter Emmie Kay and 11-year-old daughter Ella, 9-year-old son Duke and 13-year-old son Drake. And now they have added one more son into the mix. Chip Gaines tweeted the news of the most recent arrival on Saturday, writing, "And then there were 5.. The Gaines crew is now 1 stronger! 10 beautiful toes and 10 beautiful fingers all accounted for, and big momma is doing great! #blessedbeyondbelief." Which was so sweet, minus all that big momma talk that no woman who has recently given birth ever wants to hear. Let’s go ahead and assume that good old Chipper Gaines was just a bit tired or something, shall we?

Fans and friends have been sending messages of congratulations to Chip Gaines ever since they found out the baby had arrived, along with requests to get the name of the new baby. Since Chip and Joanna revealed they were expecting a boy back in March, according to Page Six, we know the name will most likely start with a "D." Unfortunately, no details yet on the baby’s name, weight, or details of how Joanna came through the birth, other than the fact that both are healthy.

Joanna Gaines admitted to People back in May that when she initially realized she was pregnant for the fifth time, it came as a total shock to her:

I had been feeling a little emotional and crazy and thought, ‘Wow, this isn’t me.’ Then all of a sudden I realized, ‘Hey, I remember this.’ When I saw the results of the test, my jaw dropped. Chip was in the driveway about to leave when I called him back and said, ‘We’re pregnant!’ He was so excited. We’re both just so excited.

She might have been surprised, but the designer and cookbook author has been open about how much she has enjoyed being pregnant at 40. Like the time she shared a picture of herself eating donuts on Instagram with the caption, "This is 40. And I like it… #pregnantandforty #anddoughnuts"

Actually, Joanna Gaines really took pregnancy cravings to a whole new level that one simply cannot help but admire. Beyond having a seriously deep affinity for Fruity Pebbles, she also shared an amazing fast food run that I think I might like to try, pregnant or not, with People:

I even went to four different fast-food places to get four of my favorite things. Fries from one place, chicken tenders from another, soft drink from another place because I love their ice and custard from another. I have no regrets. It was a good night.

I’m going to miss pregnant Joanna Gaines, if only for the excellent junk food tips alone. I suppose I shall content myself with the idea of her spending the summer with her baby at the family farmhouse in Waco, Texas. Probably sipping homemade lemonade and rocking her baby on the porch in a swing Chip built for her specifically. It’s not a bad picture, to be honest.

A ‘Fox & Friends’ Host Said Immigrant Children Are Not Like People In “Idaho Or Texas,” & People Are Pissed

The debate over President Donald Trump’s immigration policy rages on, and TV talk show hosts all over the country and on every news channel have something to say about it. However, what one host over on Fox News said was maybe not the best comment to…

The debate over President Donald Trump’s immigration policy rages on, and TV talk show hosts all over the country and on every news channel have something to say about it. However, what one host over on Fox News said was maybe not the best comment to make on the situation. A Fox & Friends host said immigrant children are not like people in "Idaho or Texas," and people are pretty pissed about it.

On Friday, Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade and his fellow co-hosts Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt discussed the Trump administration’s new “zero-tolerance” policy of referring border crossings for federal criminal prosecution, resulting in kids being separated from their parents as families are divided and sent to different facilities, according to the video below. While discussing the children who are affected by the policy, Kilmeade said we should show the kids "compassion," but that ultimately, this is happening to kids from another country, not American kids, according to Media Matters for America.

It shouldn’t be a surprise that people were not exactly pleased with that sentiment. People from both ends of the political spectrum and everywhere in between were pretty horrified by images and stories about family separations, and for Kilmeade to imply that we shouldn’t treat kids who are affected by these separations the same as we would American children — well, it didn’t go over well.

Kilmeade went on for a little while about immigration policy and strengthening immigration law, but it was his remarks about immigrant children that set people off. He said, according to Media Matters for America:

And these are not — like it or not, these aren’t our kids. Show them compassion, but it’s not like he is doing this to the people of Idaho or Texas. These are people from another country and now people are saying that they’re more important than people in our country who are paying taxes and who have needs as well.

But honestly, I don’t think I’ve personally heard anyone say immigrant children are more important than citizens of the U.S., just that we should be treating all children with compassion and care, no matter where they come from.

Later on Friday, on his radio program, FOX News Radio’s The Brian Kilmeade Show, Kilmeade reportedly addressed the remarks and said, according to Fox News Radio:

Meanwhile, I’m just realizing doing the show there’s some things getting some traction out there about something I said this morning about kids not being important, or unimportant.

All kids are important, all kids are special. What I’m just trying to say in this country when they come in, that as the President of the United States, you can only do so much for so many and that’s why we give so many aids to other countries. So everybody is important but for the President of the United States, his point seems to be is that the kids in this country are his priority but straightening out the immigration laws at the border are key.

That’s why I hope something gets done – that’s the bigger point on all of this. But about kids and compassion of course, that’s why people especially, people I know – you give money to people outside our borders but when it comes to our country, I think that you have to have a priority because you can’t pay for everybody, everybody for everything that you want especially when you are a country that’s $20 trillion in debt and overall, get it fixed.

Kilmeade also tweeted about the controversy.

In two consecutive tweets, Kilmeade said:

On FOX & Friends earlier, Of course-I didn’t mean to make it seem like children coming into the U.S. illegally are less important because they live in another country. I have compassion for all children, especially for all the kids separated from their parents right now.

Then added:

Nobody wants to see children in these circumstances and glad they are on their way to being reunited with their parents.

Kilmeade’s earlier remark that immigrant kids aren’t like the people of Idaho, or Texas, or any state really, was something that a lot of people — particularly people on social media — definitely didn’t like.

Twitter user @MarlowesLeftEye pointed out that even children in the U.S. aren’t always treated with adequate care and compassion when they tweeted, "@foxandfriends Ok. You have zero compassion and are generally just smiley sycophants and propagandists. We all get that. So, let’s then talk about the children in Flint, and those in Puerto Rico. By your own definitions, they are ‘ours’. Spin that."

And Ed Krassenstein, a journalist with Hill Reporter, tweeted, "FoxNews’ Brian Kilmeade, speaking about the kids who were separated from their parents said: ‘Like it or not, these are not our kids.. It’s not like [Trump] is doing this to the people of Idaho or Texas’ Like it or not, these kids are JUST AS HUMAN as your 3 kids, @kilmeade!"

In fact, most of the criticism focused on how dehumanizing Kilmeade’s comments were, and how kids are kids and they shouldn’t be treated differently because of where they came from.

Chris Cuomo of CNN, for example, tweeted, "The idea of treating children differently is appalling. And to do so so to motivate a political agenda is even more so. Shameful."

Tommy Vietor, the co-host of Pod Save America, tweeted, "For a long time I thought @foxandfriends was stupid but not malicious. Boy have they proven me wrong!"

Actor George Takei linked to a story about the remarks and simply said, "History will not be kind."

Twitter user Jocelyn Beard tweeted, "Ummm…@kilmeade: children are children, and regardless of their place of origin, no adult gets a free pass when it comes to abuse. Have a great weekend. Maybe take some time to consider whether or not you have a soul."

And Twitter user Victoria Brownworth said, "’Like it or not, these aren’t our kids,’ asserts @foxandfriends host. ‘It’s not like they’re from Idaho or Tennessee.’ If you can’t see all suffering children as your children and thus your responsibility, please don’t have children. #ZeroTolerance"

Finally, @NickMadincea tweeted, "Listen Fox and Friends, I was a kid from “Idaho or Texas” and there is nothing special about us. We should be treated the same way as those kids crossing the border. Stop fanning the flames of hatred you imbeciles. #FridayFeeling"

Whatever Kilmeade actually meant by his first statement — he definitely feels it was misconstrued — a lot of people were pretty upset by what he said, and with good reason. No one likes it when someone even seems to act like some kids are less worthy of our compassion than others.

And a lot of people feel strongly about the way kids at the border are being treated. If you’re one of them, there are many organizations that need your assistance to help immigrant kids and families affected by the zero tolerance policy and related family separations.

This Emotional Video Of An Immigrant Mom & Son Being Reunited Highlights The Cruelty Of Border Separation

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that idiom came about before we all carried video cameras in our pockets. Even as an abstract concept, the cruelty of separating parents from children at the border was clear, but this video of an imm…

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that idiom came about before we all carried video cameras in our pockets. Even as an abstract concept, the cruelty of separating parents from children at the border was clear, but this video of an immigrant mom and son being reunited really brings home just how heartbreaking it is for families to be torn apart simply because they were fleeing unsafe conditions.

Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia and her 7-year-old son, Darwin, originally from Guatemala, were seeking asylum in the United States allegedly due to domestic violence in mid-May, People reported. They were separated and detained at separate facilities in Arizona. Beata was released on June 15, and filed a lawsuit against several government agencies and Trump administration officials to get Darwin back. Early Friday morning, the pair were finally reunited at Baltimore-Washington International Airport in Maryland. It would be painful for any parent to imagine losing their child for over a month, but watching the mother and son sobbing and holding each other makes it all too real. The administration has since revised its policy on border separations, according to People, but this never should have happened to begin with. Try to keep it together when you see this:

Mejia told CNN that she’d been trying for weeks just to find out where her son was being held, but nobody would give her a straight answer. "It’s not fair for a mother," she said. "It’s like they’re putting a knife in your chest and killing you." She said that she and her son had received death threats from her husband back home, and were immediately taken into custody when they crossed the U.S.-Mexican border on May 19. Her lawsuit accuses U.S. officials of violating her rights when they took Darwin from her days later and placed him in a separate facility. In addition to demanding his release, the lawsuit also requested damages for pain and suffering. The Trump administration did not immediately respond to Romper’s request for comment.

Just minutes before the case was to be heard in federal court on Thursday, Mejia’s legal team announced that an agreement had been reached, and Darwin would be released. It’s unclear if the case will still proceed, but even though they’ve been reunited, the issue still isn’t resolved. "This child is not the only child," attorney Mario Williams said, according to CNN. "There’s thousands of children similarly situated we have to do something about." Another group of detained immigrants filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday asking to be reunited with their kids, and the ACLU has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of separated families.

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Department of Homeland Security officials claimed that about 500 children detained since May have been reunited with their parents, according to NBC News, but declined to elaborate on whether they were released, deported, or housed together in a family detention center. It’s also unknown just how many children have been separated, although it’s thought to be over 2,300. "Trump’s order leaves us with more questions than answers," Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine tweeted on Thursday. "How to ensure kids are safely returned to parents? When? Where are they being held? In what conditions? What care are they getting? We’ll keep asking because, lord knows, we can’t trust this administration on its face."

Currently, federal law prohibits children apprehended at the border from being detained for more than 20 days, according to PBS NewsHour, but on Thursday, the Department of Justice asked a federal judge to overturn that rule, known as the Flores Settlement, so that families could be kept together indefinitely in detention facilities. Still, nobody in the Trump administration is answering any questions about the thousands of kids who were already taken from their parents. Former acting director of ICE John Sandweg told The Atlantic that many may never be reunited with their parents. "In a significant number of the cases, the child ends up in foster care," he said. "Frankly, it can take weeks for HHS to locate a family member, as well. The younger the kid is, the harder that is." This fight isn’t over.

Who Plays Maisie Lockwood In ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’? Isabella Sermon Is Ready To Rumble

By now you’ve probably seen the latest action film to take over the box office, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, right? Well, if you haven’t then you definitely should. Not only does the film star Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, but there’s a new…

By now you’ve probably seen the latest action film to take over the box office, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, right? Well, if you haven’t then you definitely should. Not only does the film star Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, but there’s a newcomer in the sequel that you don’t want to miss. So, who plays Maisie Lockwood in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom? You might not have heard the name Isabella Sermon before, but you definitely will be.

If you’ve been following the Jurassic World intel online or seen the films new trailers, you might recognize Sermon as the little girl who backs up dangerously close to a dinosaur claw that’s reaching out. And while the trailer might have only given fans a glimpse at Sermon’s character, the film tells the whole story. According to, Sermon plays Maisie Lockwood, granddaughter of Benjamin Lockwood (played by James Cromwell), one of the movie’s semi-villains. But as for Maisie, she seriously loves dinosaurs, so much so that the trailer makes it obvious she’s been lurking around where she wasn’t supposed to.

But, if you haven’t seen the highly-anticipated sequel to Jurassic World, you’ll just have to wait to see what happens with young Maisie, and whether she ends up fighting alongside Pratt and Howard, or if she’s standing on the other side.

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Really, though, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, is expected to shatter records at the box office. And while the trailer has still left plenty to the imagination when it comes to the plot, the movie is seriously getting people talking. But, if you’re unsure what to expect from the movie, or young Sermon, then fear not. According to IMDb, "When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event."

So yeah, it’s an action movie, y’all. Jurassic World is no joke, and while Sermon’s Maisie might be young, she definitely seems capable of fighting hard and holding her own against a dinosaur if she needs to. And additionally, according to her IMDb page, it seems as if Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is her debut role. Which, really, isn’t a bad gig to break into Hollywood with, right?

The last installment in the Jurassic World trilogy, which premiered in 2015, grossed $1,670,400,637 total worldwide, according to IMDb. And as the movie’s budget was only an estimated $150,000,000 (OK, maybe "only" isn’t the right word to describe that amount, but still), according to IMDb, it definitely turned a profit. So, it’s a fair assumption that Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will do so as well. According to the sequel’s IMDb page, the second movie’s budget was $170,000,000, so hopefully the film will see that same turn in profits, as they spent a little more this time around.

And honestly, Sermon deserves the payday that she’ll get from the second Jurassic World movie. In addition to putting up with her grandfather’s antics with dinosaurs, Sermon’s Lockwood also has a frightening encounter with a dinosaur as she’s trying to sleep. According to Metro, there’s one scene with Sermon in which a dinosaur’s claw is seen slowly reaching towards the youngster in bed, as she lays petrified with fear.

Sermon’s acting skills certainly seem to be top-notch, and even though this is her first major motion picture role, it’s clear that the kid’s got talent. So, again, if you haven’t seen Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, you should seriously get on it. Young Maisie Lockwood is a total warrior, and along with Owen and Claire, she’ll be serving some serious talent, y’all.

Should You See ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ In IMAX? Here’s What You Need To Know Before Heading To The Theater

Going to see movies in theaters is such a fun experience, especially when that movie you’re seeing is from the beloved ’90s movie franchise, Jurassic Park. The latest installment hits theaters this Friday and because the visuals are expected to be wi…

Going to see movies in theaters is such a fun experience, especially when that movie you’re seeing is from the beloved ’90s movie franchise, Jurassic Park. The latest installment hits theaters this Friday and because the visuals are expected to be wild, you might be wondering if you should splurge to see Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in IMAX or if you should opt to see the film in a standard screening.

It boils down to the kind of experience you want out of the film. But whatever you decide, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is guaranteed to be a thrilling adventure, whether you see it in IMAX, 3-D, or standard definition. This film picks up four years after the last film left off, according to Entertainment Weekly, and things aren’t looking so good. The Jurassic World is in ruins and being threatened by a dormant volcano, according to Entertainment Weekly, which means the dinosaurs are "now roaming free." Sounds a little scary to me, but thrilling nonetheless.

If current reviews for the movie make it sound like it is going to be an adventure, the IMAX poster accomplishes that same exact thing. In the IMAX exclusive poster, released last month, according to Collider, it shows one of the dinosaurs from the park holding on to a helicopter and looking to devour a human as a tasty snack. Terrifying.

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Watching the movie in IMAX won’t change the contents of what is in the film, so your kids are easily spooked, then you might want to sit this sequel out until they’re a bit older. But, for every theme park lover and thrill-seeker alike, the IMAX version of Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom seems right for them.

The description of the film in IMAX, according to Collider, sounds like it needs to be experienced by the right kind of person, especially since those in the audience will "feel every roar" when they see it in IMAX. Not only this, but the picture will be clearer, according to Collider, in addition to the sound being a little bit more powerful than it is in a standard screening, which will "create a unique environment that will make audiences feel as if they’re in the movie." Needless to say, seeing the movie in IMAX probably isn’t recommended for those who are afraid of the dark or don’t enjoy a good scare here and there.

As such, it might not be great for children who are sensitive to sound and frights to see in IMAX either. Common Sense Media, a website dedicated to helping parents pick the right movies to watch with their kids, has declared the Jurassic World series to be "scarier and more intense than the original movies," which is not so great for the little ones but seems perfect for those "teen adrenaline junkies and up," as Common Sense Media noted.

But that isn’t to say that Jurassic Park and Jurassic World lovers (even if they are young kids) won’t like the movie. The film, according to ScreenRant, "provides the fun and adventure" that people have come to expect and love from the franchise — but the film is also perfect for "casual summer movie goers." Therefore, seeing the movie in IMAX will only heighten this fun and adventure that people want to see from watching the film.

But parents know their children best, so if they think their children can handle a lot of roaring and stomping, then they should go ahead and splurge to see Jurassic World in IMAX. After all, seeing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in IMAX is a lot cheaper than going to an amusement park, but sounds just as thrilling.

Has Caitlyn Jenner Met Khloe Kardashian’s Baby, True Thompson? Here’s Why It Seems Unlikely

After spending months in Cleveland after giving birth to her daughter, True Thompson, on April 12, Khloé Kardashian is officially back in Los Angeles with her family and friends, with her baby girl in tow, of course. Some Kardashians have already got…

After spending months in Cleveland after giving birth to her daughter, True Thompson, on April 12, Khloé Kardashian is officially back in Los Angeles with her family and friends, with her baby girl in tow, of course. Some Kardashians have already gotten the chance to meet the family’s newest member — like mom Kris Jenner and sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian as well as Kylie Jenner — but what about Khloé’s stepdad, Caitlyn Jenner? Has Caitlyn Jenner met Khloe’s daughter, True Thompson yet? Given their tumultuous relationship in recent years, it seems unlikely and here’s why.

In February 2018, Khloé appeared on the U.K. show Lorraine where she answered questions about her plans for baby True and Jenner, according to ELLE. When interviewer Ross King asked if the new baby could be cementing for their relationship again, she replied firmly, “No," according to ELLE. Khloé continued, "I don’t think that affects anything with Caitlyn. No, yeah, [things are] just as they are."

Of course, it’s possible that Khloé has changed her mind since giving birth and hasn’t felt the need to fill in her fans. But anyone who’s watched Keeping Up With the Kardashians knows that Khloé is a notoriously determined person; she makes decisions and sticks by her convictions. And there is a lot of water under the bridge between Khloe and Jenner, according to Cosmopolitan, all starting about three years ago.

Things began to get icy with between Khloé and Jenner following her 2015 interview with Vanity Fair, during which she revealed her transition in. Khloé took issue with some of Jenner’s comments about her ex-wife, Kris Jenner, as reported by Cosmopolitan. Later that year, Khloé told Ellen DeGeneres on her show that she was hurt that she found about Jenner’s transition on camera, rather than face-to-face, according to the Daily Mail. Khloé got more explicit about her anger on the Howard Stern Show in January 2016, which prompted an angry response from Jenner. Things have continued to be tense between the two ever since, it seems.

Still, if tabloids are to be believed, it seems like Jenner wants to meet her new granddaughter. Life & Style reported that Jenner had been shopping and has a house full of baby gifts, just in case something were to thaw the ice between the two. Reports have even circulated that Jenner has decided to make an end-run around the new mom. Radar Online reported that Jenner had contacted True’s father, Tristan Thompson, to reinforce how much she’d like to meet and get to know the new baby. A source reportedly told Radar Online that Thompson felt bad for Jenner and apologized for Khloe’s behavior.

Khloé hasn’t made a public statement about Thompson’s alleged cheating scandal, which rocked her family just days before True was born. (Romper’s requests for comment from both their reps regarding the allegations have not yet been returned.) However, she did include him in the one and only Father’s Day message she posted on her Instagram Story. The photo showed Thompson’s hand holding True’s and is simply captioned, “Happy Father’s Day”. Since her return to L.A. the couple has been spotted together several times, according to People. They’ve been going out for meals together and even took in a Dave Chappelle show, so it appears the young family is still very much together

Over the years, the Jenner and Khloé have tried to talk things out a few times. As recently as April 2017, KUWTK viewers got another look at one of these meet-ups. Khloé explained, according to ELLE, that she felt she’d never been given time to deal with the loss she felt of her relationship with Bruce Jenner. “For me, you’re all I remember Bruce was. So not having you in my life, it’s a huge blow because I’m like, ‘Okay, my second dad, this guy that I’ve grown up with, that raised me, was taken away from me,’ but no one really let me have that [time to process it].” Later in the year, Jenner appeared on Watch What Happens Live and told Andy Cohen that it had been a long time since she’d spoken to Khloé, according to ELLE. “She doesn’t want to talk to me. She hasn’t talked to me in, like two years.”

So while a new baby may seem like just the right thing to bring a family together, the alleged drama with Thompson that has already surrounded True’s birth may just be too much for Khloé to tackle anything else. Right now, it may just be good for her to be home with baby True and the rest of her family.

Books That Can Help Your Child Overcome Fear of the Doctor

As a parent, there are certain stages we go through with our children. One stage that seems to hit every kid at one point or another is fear of the doctor. This might be because of numerous reasons, such as fear of pain that might be the result of exams or shots. Luckily there are books that will boost your child’s confidence about the doctor’s office and bring some much-needed relief to your peace of mind.

The Berenstain Bears Go To The Doctor

There are many reasons kids might be scared of going to the doctor; sometimes they get shots with big needles and the others times, they’re subject to examinations that happen within their personal space. If you want to combat this feeling, maybe gift your child “The Berenstain Bears Go To The Doctor” by Stan and Jan Berenstain. It’s a book about the regular check-ups. It should help your kid establish the expectation that they will be going to the doctor regularly and that this will be a good thing for their overall health.

Doctor Maisy

Sometimes, kids go to the doctor when they are feeling bad, and the natural fear and anxiety that they regularly have is heightened. But, to get better, it must be communicated that a doctor’s visit will be necessary. To try and cement this concept to them, try giving your child a book like “Doctor Maisy” by Maisy Books, to help your child recognize the benefits of going to the doctor. Here we show Maise pretend to be a doctor to better the condition of one of her stuffed animals. It’s a positive depiction of doctors that will certainly boost the confidence of children facing a doctor’s visit when they aren’t feeling so well.

How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?

Perhaps the most relevant book of the lot is “How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?” by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague. This book is about a frightened dinosaur who finally overcomes his fears and visits the doctor to get the treatment he needs. This dinosaur is stubborn and reluctant, so it will be an excellent opportunity for children to recognize their behavior in him, and hopefully, when they see his small journey, they will be a bit more reasonable about the whole ordeal.


It is natural for kids to be scared of the dreaded doctor visits. Once they have gone to the visit, they will wonder why they were afraid in the first place. By reading these books, children will grow out of their fear of the doctor. Do keep in mind that at times, children have a legitimate concern of the doctor that could be born from genuine malpractice or genuine bad experiences that will need to be addressed. According to medical malpractice lawyers, if you suspect that a doctor performs negligent actions or inactions in regards to your child, you should probably investigate the situation for both your child’s health, and other childrens’ as well.  


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