All posts from Rajka Milanovic Galbraith, M.D.

  • Travel requirements when traveling alone with your children.

    In continuation of travel requirements presented in my last post, I thought I would share yet another “Seinfeld, No Soup For You” moment while traveling.  The post was written two months ago.  H... Sep 25, 2012 - 2 Comments

  • Don’t get caught with your pants down, the next time you travel.

    Passport requirements to travel Did you miss me?  I certainly missed the community.  However, I must say, it was nice to have the majority of the summer off with the kids.    Hopefully I will be b... Sep 18, 2012 - 9 Comments

  • The easiest way to make spectacular tie dye shirts

    Every 4th of July that we are home, we buy Old Navy American flag T-shirts for the kids and ourselves.  This year, I wanted to do something a little different and thought wouldn’t it neat if we... Jul 04, 2012 - 3 Comments

  • Their pee pee is different. And why god made mothers?

    This post is inspired by Pragmatic Mom’s recent post on “Why did God Make mothers? and similar questions that were asked of 2nd graders.  It was an endearing post, a version of which I had read b... Jun 10, 2012 - 10 Comments

  • It stinks to be an expat

    When I was pregnant with my second child, I had 3 women “on call” for my delivery in the event it occurred while my husband was out of town.  3 women who before moving to Qatar, I did not know. A... Jun 03, 2012 - 5 Comments

  • How to tell if your child’s abdominal pain is serious?

    Children often complain of abdominal pain while growing up from the very mild to the more significant complaints of pain. One of the most common diagnoses for a child’s abdominal pain is constipatio... May 01, 2012 - 4 Comments

  • An open letter to all new mothers: what I wish I knew?

    I remember vividly the comment made: “She is SUCH a natural mother.” A comment made about a friend who had recently delivered.  I couldn’t help but wonder, wish even if I too would be a “natu... Apr 17, 2012 - 15 Comments

  • Stop the “Us Vs.Them” Mentality In Medicine

    Long relying on feedback from not only my patients but also family and friends, I try to continually improve upon how I provide care.  A family member points out what they don’t like about a recent... Apr 03, 2012 - 4 Comments

  • Align your projects to live the life you want.

    Several things inspired this post: a conversation I had with my mentee, a project that fell through and a podcast I listened to 1 ½ years ago.  My mentee had listed time management as one of the are... Mar 20, 2012 - 7 Comments

  • What I wish I knew the first year of Blogging: Part II

    Hope you enjoyed part one of what I learned the first year.  The original post was packed with so much information that I had to break it down into two parts or otherwise risk being labeled as verbos... Mar 04, 2012 - 6 Comments