8. Let Them Ask Questions To The Provider
If your children are older, let them be the ones to talk with the provider as much as possible. After all, it’s their bodies and their appointment. You can even go over any questions with them beforehand and have them write them down. Then when it’s time, you can remind them to pull out their list and ask. You may think you know what’s going on with your child, but they may have some concerns or worries you didn’t know about.