Okay... please comment on this post with your suggestions or thoughts on my question!
When we were pregnant we had heard that we should pick out a pediatrician before the baby was born so that we would be set for his caregiver as soon as he came. Well, we didn't, but fortunately there was a really nice pediatrician making rounds at the hospital and he took great care of Braylon for the duration of our stay and so we decided to keep him as our doctor. He saw Bray for all his visits from 2 weeks until his 6 month check-up. At his 9 month check-up he had an emergency patient come in and so we were asked to see an associate of his for that appointment. I figured it was fine and I actually really liked her. When I called to schedule Bray's 12 month check-up our regular pediatrician was booked up for the month and taking some vacation time but the doctor that we had seen for Bray's 9 month had an opening so I took that. I was really happy about it and I felt really comfortable with her and her attention to Bray. When we came out of the exam room I ran into our regular pediatrician. I felt awkward and tried to explain why we were there but we didn't see him, but he said not to worry about it and we chatted a little bit.
Now I have to schedule Bray's next appointment. I would actually like to keep seeing the lady doctor.... but is that bad etiquette? Esp. in the same office? I can't decide.
Whether I know you personally or if you happen across this blog occasionally, Please let me know what you think!!!