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Okay, so before my kids put me through the wringer and taught me a thing or two, I always thought that some moms were just nutty.  They just worried themselves for no reason whatsoever.  Now, I think maybe there was something to it- I now believe in mother's instinct.  So much so, I wrote a book, Little Patient Big Doctor.  But I still have my question- how do we know when it's instinct speaking and when it's just us being overly worried?  Now, if you're going to tell me you know the difference, then my question is why not just cut out all that worried stuff and chill out?  Your instinct will kick in when there's really something to worry about.  Any thoughts?  I'd love to hear what you think.

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