Five Reasons Why Grey’s Anatomy Seattle Grace Hospital is Not a Real Hospital

Two points if you understood the title of this post as its a bit wordy.

This article is a parody and is not meant to be taken seriously at all, in any way.

When I mentioned to someone that I was interested in writing a blog post like this one they said to me that it didnt fit in with the style of my blog since its not really a tip or anything. Well I told them that Parenting blogs dont always need to be about tips and all and there could be posts really about anything. After all it is my blog and since I dont have an editorial team to comply to I could really write anything.

So now back to the point of this post. My wife and I have been watching Grey’s Anatomy for several years now. We started watching it back in 2008 and really liked it. Well after about 6 years of watching this show we sort of got really tired of it. I know that many of you out there are big fans of the show and I am sorry if I offended you but its going on for far too long.

I worked in a hospital as a tech guy for five years from 2000 – 2005 and I became very familiar with the inner workings of the place. Since I have started watching Grey’s Anatomy, I have always felt that a real hospital doesnt work at all like Seattle Grace. Besides the fact that this is indeed a show and of course its a fictional hospital there are other reasons as to why its nothing at all like a real hospital simply because many components are unrealistic.
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One Great Idea to Simplify the School Lunch Making Process

Making school lunches can be an extremely repetitive and frustrating task. I know this because I was appointed the lunch maker for all my kids for the last 6 plus years. I know the feeling. Every evening you are about to get into bed and then you just remembered that you forgot to make the kids lunches. Now for me this doesnt happen every night but it does happen often enough that I remember just as I am about to get ready for bed.

The most frustrating part of making lunches isnt actually the work as much as it is trying to figure what the kids want to eat. Usually there are a few options for lunch making:

1. Have the kids make their own lunches. (This happens in fairy tales and perfect families. These types of families dont read blogs like this. Well because they are perfect. Not it mine!)

2. Make the same boring lunch every day. This is usually one of the three: 1. peanut butter and bread 2. Cream cheese and bread 3. PB&J.

3. Give the kids a bread roll or a couple of slices and bread and thats it. Enjoy! Yum!!
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What Every Parent Ought to Know About Drowning

Do you ever wonder how its possible that a child could drown in a pool or lake when they are literally arms reach of their parents?

The reason why this is possible is that parents simply do not know what drowning looks like.

When most of us think about a drowning situation we tend to compare it to what we see on TV. The call for help, flailing arms, hysteria etc… The truth is that a real drowning episode is surprisingly the opposite.

I recently came across a very important article and felt the need to post it immediately.

According to an article written by Mario Vittone for Slate.com:

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5 Critical Keys to Kill Cellulite

1. You cannot get rid of the dimples and cellulite by rubbing on a lotion or gel!

2. The unattractive dimples, shadows and saggy ripples are not ‘genetic’ and you are NOT stuck with them forever if you have them.

3. You can get rid of cellulite, regardless of your age – or when you began to notice it.

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