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Heather Orman-Lubell, MD

Dr. Orman-Lubell is a mom of two sons and a pediatrician in private practice at Yardley Pediatrics of St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Pennsylvania.



Special Teams

Dr. Lubell is interested in:

  • Mothering with the Mommy MD Guides syndicated newspaper column contributor
  • Media interviews
  • Speaking engagements
  • SpokesDoctor opportunities
An Interview with Dr. Lubell

What’s your favorite parenting tip? Enjoy it! The struggles pass, and you forget the bad things.

What has surprised you most about parenting? How quickly the time goes. I recently went to my older son’s middle school transition night, and it seems like just yesterday he was starting preschool.

How do you get your kids to eat healthy food? Despite the fact that I’ve raised my sons basically the same way, I have a 10-year-old who will eat anything and a six-year-old who eats only three foods. I think all you can do is expose your kids to healthy food and hope for the best. When they’re six months old, they’ll open their mouths for anything. But once they’re six years old, you can’t force it.

How do you work exercise into your family’s life? I’m a runner, and I tell my husband it’s a lot cheaper than therapy. My family knows that I need to run to stay sane. They’ve been know n to say “Mom’s cranky; she needs to go run.”

How do you recharge your batteries? Make sure to make time for yourself. You can’t live 24/7 for your kids. That’s not good for anyone. You have to get past the guilt of taking time away. If mom’s happy, everyone’ s happy.

Dr. Orman-Lubell’s Q&As

My baby is three months old and doesn’t sleep well. How did you cope with this?

Oh my, we’re about to take a plane trip with our baby. What did you pack to make it through?

How did you make vaccinations easier for your toddlers?

How did you make going to the dentist easier for your toddlers?

How do exercise better to lose weight?

Do you recommend any products to look great?

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