The Experts

Back to homepage

Does Your Child Require a Dental Specialist?

As a father of seven, many like to assume that handling children is a walk in the park, and for the most part, it’s true. However, we recently spent a weekend family getaway to SeaWorld’s waterpark, and as my wife

Read More

Don’t Be So Sensitive

Have you ever been upset, and a well-intentioned friend tells you not to be so sensitive? Does this piece of advice ever help? I believe there is not a quicker way to get a more painful reaction. Telling somebody to

Read More

Romney Pediatric Dentistry Yield Healthy Smiles, Happy Kids

Located in Bartonville Town Center across from FM 407 near Lantana, Romney Pediatric has earned quite a following for a business that is so new to the community. Dr. Nathan Romney has eight years of experience in the industry and

Read More

Improve Your Outdoor Living Space with Simple Ideas

Is your outdoor living space in need of a makeover, or does one even exist? Now that it’s August and summer is coming to a close, do you remember looking out back and cringing at the thought of inviting friends

Read More

Residential Sales Contract: What Often is Misunderstood

You’ve been presented with an offer for the sale of your home, or you’ve already signed a contract to sell, and it all looks pretty simple from here in terms of who does what. Or does it? Despite the fact

Read More

Something to Prove, But Only to Myself

See You On The Sidelines Hanging in a glass case in my office are nine finisher medals from various obstacle-course and distance races I’ve competed in over the last six years. While I’m not the fleetest of foot – I

Read More

Lantana Duo Among Leaders for 2015 Marching Season

When the 2015 Guyer High School marching band takes to the football field for the first time Aug. 28 at Allen, it will feature a large contingent of Lantana students led by two of the community’s own. Elizabeth Rivera is

Read More

Learning for Life: Its All About Balance

From the moment children are born they start learning – soaking up information like a sponge from observing and exploring the world around them. Young children develop at a remarkable rate, especially during the first five years of their life.

Read More

Move Forward Today

As I talk with people, I notice two common things that can keep us stuck mentally, physically and spiritually: regret over the past and fear of the future. When we spend too much energy disappointed about yesterday or worrying about

Read More

Age by Age: Growth for Children

In last month’s article we discussed the importance of regular wellness exams for children, and that these visits are used to monitor your child’s growth and development. During these visits I often get questions regarding the rate of growth a

Read More