Today we Honor the Little Lives that Departed Too Soon

October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, a day meant to show support, educate, and create awareness for those who are suffering or may know someone who has suffered […]

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day

October 15 6:45 – 8 pm, candle lighting at 7 pm The evening is observed with remembrance ceremonies and candle-lighting vigils, concluding with the international Wave of Light, a worldwide […]


More than 1 in 3 American children start kindergarten without the skills they need for success at school. Missoula Valley Pediatrics has became an approved Reach Out and Read program […]


September 4, 2018 marked 10-months for our sweet Timberleigh! It’s crazy to think that a whole year has almost gone by! 253 days in the hospital and 2 months on […]

Miracle Twins from Helena who Survived Unequal Placental Sharing

We were sent to Missoula in early October because of a serious placental sharing issue with our twin boys (Teddy and Charlie). It was obvious from the moment we arrived […]

Pediatric Sedation Reduces Fear & is Safer For Kids

Many tests and procedures require infants, children and adolescents to hold still in a particular position for a few minutes to several hours. Sedation is the use of a sedative […]

How to Keep Babies Safe While Babywearing

Baby-wearing… the new trend in parenting. Convenient, snuggly, but is it safe? Baby-wearing is the practice of carrying a baby or toddler in a carrier. Though it may be new to […]

Keeping Danae Close to Home with Pediatric Critical Care in Missoula

We go so very lucky that Danae was delivered at a hospital that could handle her at birth. On day 4 of life, she surpassed their support and needed a […]

A Rare Genetic Disorder, a Hopeful Diagnosis

On March 10th, 2009 (Tuesday), I went in to see my Obstetrician, Dr. Gary Harvey, for some serious problems that arose over the weekend. After several tests I was diagnosed […]

Help “Someone You Love” Prevent Cancer

Each year, about 27,000 new cancers are caused by HPV. That is one new case every 20 minutes. Both women and men are affected by Human Papillomavirus (HPV). In fact, […]