Do You Want To Use Some Cold Spray?

As we continue to celebrate Child Life Month, I wanted to share with you a bulletin board I made to teach staff about reasons to use topical numbing spray during procedures like blood draws, IV starts, and injections. I had quite a bit of fun making the bulletin board and it worked out pretty good, so […]

Let’s CHAT

Recently I was privileged  to present at the Children’s Hospital Association of Texas’s Nursing Conference. It was so exciting to be able to talk again about our nitrous oxide program at our hospital, but I was totally blown away by the sessions I got to attend as well. Even though the conference was geared towards […]

Innovation, Inspiration, and Imagination in Orlando

Hi friends! I hope that your summer has geared up to be awesome and if you live anywhere hot (like me) that your air conditioner works! My life has been a pretty crazy whirlwind lately but I wanted to get back to posting for my lovely readers. And today I wanted to finally share a little […]

Adventures in the East

Hello my wonderful readers! You might be wondering why the long spaces between posts. As I’ve mentioned  before, my full-time job is at a children’s hospital and I have found that it keeps me very busy. Not only that, but the last few months I have been working  on some very big projects! Today I […]

App-tastic Support: Pet Spa Day

Continuing on the discussion of my favorite and popular app, this next one is for your preschool and school-age girls, though sometimes the boys like this app too. It’s called “Disney Princess Palace Pets” and it is an easy app to load and navigate. When you need something fast, I find that this app pulls […]

Simon Says: Play!

Continuing on with the “What’s in my bag?” series, I wanted to share something that isn’t really in my bag, but on my bag. Say hello to “old school” technology: My mini Simon game! Does anyone remember that electronic game that was popular in the early 2000s? Just like the game Simon Says, you push […]