A Chicago child’s guide to being brave at the doctor’s office


This week’s blog post is by The Paternity Test co-host Matt Boresi, who lives in the Edgewater Glen neighborhood of Chicago with his wife (“Professor Foster”) and their 6-year-old daughter Viva, whose primal scream therapy idea for getting through shots is probably very upsetting to the medical community.

It’s that time of year where the weather is all over the place and everybody is getting sick — especially families with kids. (All right, that’s kind of all year round, but it’s especially bad right now.)  This week, Matt and Viva check in from the pediatrician’s office, where Kindergartener Viva reviews what is best and worst about going to the doctor, and gives some helpful hints to little kids afraid of getting a shot.

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