Thursday, March 27, 2008

Monday, March 24, 2008

Easter Photos

After church I photographed the boys in their Easter clothes.
This is how Bammers ' progressed:

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Green Valley Wildflowers

I grew up in Green Valley just outside of Fairfield CA. I was there last weekend to take the Law and Ethics exam for the CA Dental Board, which I passed and now have a CA license! The last morning my brother and I went and took pictures of GV. It was so pretty. The hills are green with lots of wildflowers and blooming fruit trees. It was amazing. We were very lucky to have grown up in such a peaceful place.

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Little Guy

Not Now Mom. They're watching. Talk to the hand Mom!
Hi Dad.
Bright Eyes!

Wednesday, March 05, 2008


This is just wicked awesome. Why can't every business be like GOOGLE!!!!!!

Monday, March 03, 2008

He Can Wave...and imitate a pterodactyl

He just learned to wave on Friday!!!!!

Another Reason To Go Pedo

I was on my oral surgery rotation earlier this week. We had “a frenectomy” coming in. (Yes, I try not to refer to patients by their procedure, but the head assistant kept saying that. For the sake of my sister I try to refer to the patient not the sarcoma.) Anyway, a patient was coming in who needed a frenectomy. I asked Dr. Sam if I could do the frenectomy procedure. He said “We’ll see.” Just then the assistant came through the door with a sobbing 9 year old girl. Dr. Sam looks from the weeping child to me and says with a big smile “You can do this one!”

So I proceeded to allay the girl’s fears and help her to feel comfortable. I talked a lot about High School Musical and how much she likes Troy. She was able to calm down and did a wicked good job. She held still and didn’t have a single issue throughout the procedure.

I really enjoy helping these kids get past their fears and showing them how much they can accomplish. I don’t mind spending the first 10 or 40 minutes talking them through things. (Although it may be a little harder when my income depends on my speed.) It makes me feel so good to see a scared or crying patient leave the room happy.

There you go dad!