Parent Resources

CHADIS

CHADIS is an online questionnaire that looks at many different aspects of your child’s physical, behavioral and emotional health. You’ll be asked to complete the age-appropriate questionnaire before certain visits. A completed screening questionnaire pro...

Baby Basics Saturday

As you begin your journey into parenthood, you may have many questions. We are here to help! Baby Basics Saturday is for families who are expecting a baby or have a baby up to 8 weeks old. Team taught by an experienced pediatric nurse and a Board Ce...

Breastfeeding 101

Breastfeeding 101 has now been combined with Baby 101 into one great class...Baby Basics Saturday !  You'll get all the same information on latch, positioning, pumping and more from KP's pediatrics nurses and lactation consultants.  Click above for m...
Breastfeeding Moms Group

Breastfeeding Moms Group

  There’s nothing like getting support and information from other moms as well as lactation consultants.  And sometimes a little hands on help is worth more than hours on the phone.  KP’s Breastfeeding Moms Group is a time to meet with other moms ...

Childbirth Education

Kennesaw Pediatrics partners with WombWise Childbirth Education to provide a comprehensive, on-site 10 week series.  Classes are offered both weekends and weeknights and are well-suited for anyone planning a hospital, home, or birth center birth. Taught ...

Office Tours / Meet & Greet

We welcome you to take a  tour of our office along with time for Q & A.  Visit both the Newborn Center and Main Office; see the waiting areas, exam rooms and other facilities; meet one of our experienced pediatricians and ask all about our office a...

Baby 101

  Baby 101 has now been combined with Breastfeeding 101 into one great class...Baby Basics Saturday !  You'll get all the same information on feeding, diapering, crying and more from KP's pediatrics nurses and lactation consultants.  Click above f...

Coloring Pages

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Expecting a Baby

As an expectant parent you are eagerly preparing for the arrival of your new baby. It is likely one of the most exciting times of your life. There are many things to do and many decisions to make, including selecting a healthcare provider for your child. Schedule...

Infant Care

Children experience a tremendous amount of growth and development during their first 2 years of life. You will therefore have more doctor’s visits during this time than at any other time. The purpose of these early checkups is to make sure your child i...
KenPeds Mobile App

KenPeds Mobile App

Your health is in your hands ... with the KenPeds App from Healow Kids! Stay connected!  Download the Healow Kids app today. 1.  Download the Healow Kids app via the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android) by clicking below. 2.  Once th...
A) Tips for Taking Care of Your 1 Week Old

A) Tips for Taking Care of Your 1 Week Old

TIPP One Week CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child.  TIPP Birth to 6 Months - Safety fo...
B) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Week Old

B) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Week Old

Georgia Immunization Requirements for Child Care and School Attendance Information for Parents Georgia law requires that all children who attend child care and enter school be up to date on immunizations to be protected against these diseases: diphtheria,...
C) Tips for Taking Care of Your 1 Month Old

C) Tips for Taking Care of Your 1 Month Old

Recommended Immunization schedule for children birth through 6 years old Here you will find the recommended immunization schedule for persons aged birth through 6 years old. It includes vaccine-preventable diseases and the vaccines that prevent them....
D) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Month Old

D) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. H...
E) Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Month Old

E) Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe c...
F) Tips for Taking Care of Your 6 Month Old

F) Tips for Taking Care of Your 6 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 6 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe c...
G) Tips for Taking Care of Your 9 Month Old

G) Tips for Taking Care of Your 9 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 9 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change,these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. A...
H) Tips for Taking Care of Your 12 Month Old

H) Tips for Taking Care of Your 12 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 12 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child A...
I) Tips for Taking Care of Your 15 Month Old

I) Tips for Taking Care of Your 15 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 15 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. A...
J) Tips for Taking Care of Your 18 Month Old

J) Tips for Taking Care of Your 18 Month Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 18 Month Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe c...
K) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Year Old

K) Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Year Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 2 Year Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. A...
L) Tips for Taking Care of Your 3 Year Old

L) Tips for Taking Care of Your 3 Year Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 3 Year Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. A...
M) Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Year Old

M) Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Year Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 4 Year Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. A...
N) Tips for Taking Care of Your 5 Year Old

N) Tips for Taking Care of Your 5 Year Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 5 Year Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe child. T...
O) Tips for Taking Care of Your 6-8 Year Old

O) Tips for Taking Care of Your 6-8 Year Old

TIPP - 6 Years - Safety For Your Child At six years old your child will become more independent and able to do more things that are dangerous. Your child can learn a few simple things to do for protection, but you must still be in charge of...
P) Tips for Taking Care of Your 9-12 Year Old

P) Tips for Taking Care of Your 9-12 Year Old

TIPP - 10 Years - Safety For Your Child At age 10, children will do more things away from home. They will spend more time on a bike or in a car and will not see the need for adults to watch over them. As the parent, you must take charge; you...
Q) Tips for Taking Care of Your 13-21 Year Old

Q) Tips for Taking Care of Your 13-21 Year Old

Well Child - Tips for Taking Care of Your 14 Year Old CHILDREN ARE CONSTANTLY CHANGING. And while you as parents can’t anticipate every change, these Well Child Tips can prepare you for what lies ahead and help you raise a healthy and safe c...

Pediatric Advisor

The pediatric advisor is an online reference library which can be used for a variety of illnesses and injuries your child may incur. It is meant to be used only as a reference and we always recommend physician consultation when necessary or if you have...

Medication Advisor

Kennesaw Pediatrics wants to keep you informed about the medication your child may be taking. With our medication advisor you can gain in-depth knowledge about many aspects of most all medications your child could be prescribed.
New Patients

New Patients

Thank you for selecting Kennesaw Pediatrics for your child’s healthcare needs. Selecting a pediatrician for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make and we are honored to be chosen by you and your family. Kennesaw Pediatrics provides e...

1st Weeks at Home

Preventing Fatigue and Exhaustion: For many parents, the first weeks at home with a new baby are often challenging. You may feel overworked, maybe even overwhelmed. Inadequate sleep may leave you fatigued. Caring for a baby can be a lonely and stressful re...

2 Weeks at Home

Feeding: Your baby is growing! At this age, a baby only needs breast milk or infant formula. If infants are strictly breast-fed it is recommended to supplement with Vitamin D drops.  Please ask your provider for further information. Breast-fed babies ...

Well Check at 1 Month

Feeding At 1 month of age, your baby needs only breast milk or infant formula to grow healthy and strong. Breast-fed babies should usually feed about 10 minutes at each breast during each feeding. If you give your baby breast milk, it is a good idea...

Well Check at 2 Months

Feeding At this age, your baby needs only breast milk or infant formula to grow healthy and strong. At this age most babies take about 4 to 5 ounces of formula every 3 to 4 hours. If you give your baby breast milk, it is a good idea to sometimes...

Well Check at 4 Months

Feeding Your baby should still be taking breast milk or infant formula. Most babies now take about 6 to 7 ounces every 4 to 5 hours. You can start water at the age of 4 to 6 months but should limit it to a few ounces each day. If you give your baby...

Well Check at 6 Months

Feeding Your baby should continue to have breast milk or infant formula until he is 1 year old. Your baby may soon be ready for a cup although it will be messy at first. Try giving a cup sometimes to see if your baby likes it. Don't put your baby to...

Well Check at 9 Months

Feeding Your baby should continue to have breast milk or infant formula until 1 year of age. Babies at this age will eat 3 meals and 2 to 3 snacks each day. Encourage your child to drink milk and water from a cup now. This is a good time to begin weaning...

Well Child Care at 12 Months

Nutrition Table foods that are cut up into very small pieces are best now. Baby food is usually not needed at this age. It is important for your toddler to eat foods from many food groups (meats, fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy products). Most...

Well Child Care at 15 Months

Nutrition Toddlers should eat small portions from all food groups: meats, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, and cereals and grains. Your child should be learning to feed himself. He will use his fingers and maybe start using a spoon. This will...

Well Child Care at 18 Months

Nutrition Family meals are important for your baby. Let him eat with you. This helps him learn that eating is a time to be together and talk with others. Don't make mealtime a battle. Let your baby feed himself. Your child should use a spoon and drink...

Well Child Care at 2 1/2 Years

Nutrition Family meals are important for your child. Letting your child eat with you makes her feel like part of the family. Let your child feed herself. It is good to let your child help choose what foods to eat. Be sure to give her only nutritious...

Well Child Care at 2 Years

Nutrition Family meals are important for your child. They teach your child that eating is a time to be together and talk with others. Letting your child eat with you makes her feel like part of the family. Let your child feed herself. Your toddler...

Well Child Care at 3 Years

Nutrition Mealtime should be a pleasant time for the family. Your child should be feeding himself completely on his own now. Buy and serve healthy foods and limit junk foods. Your child will still have a daily snack. Choose and eat healthy snacks such...

Well Child Care at 4 Years

Nutrition Your child should always be a part of the family at mealtime. This should be a pleasant time for the family to be together and share stories and experiences. Give small portions of food to your child. If he is still hungry, let him have seconds....

Well Child Care at 5 Years

Nutrition Your child may enjoy helping to choose and prepare the family meals with supervision. Children watch what their parents eat, so set a good example. This will help teach good food habits. Mealtime should be a pleasant time for the family....

Well Child Care at 6 Years

Nutrition Having many or most meals together as a family is desirable. Mealtime is a great time to allow the child to tell you of her day, interests, concerns, and worries. Encourage your child to talk and listen to others at the table. Balance good...

Well Child Care at 7 Years

Nutrition Having many or most meals together as a family is desirable. Mealtime is a great time to allow the child to tell you of her day, interests, concerns, and worries. Encourage your child to talk and listen to others at the table. Balance good...

Well Child Care at 8 Years

Nutrition With supervision, your child may enjoy helping to choose and prepare the family meals. This will help teach him good food habits. Mealtime should be a pleasant time for the family. Keep healthy snacks on hand. Choose meals that have foods...

Well Child Care at 9 Years

Nutrition Mealtime is an important experience for a 9 year old. Use this time to discuss the events of the day and how your child is feeling. Children watch what their parents eat, so set a good example. Choose meals that have foods from all food...

Your Child's Well Check at 10 Years

Nutrition It is important for children to eat appropriate numbers of calories. High fat foods, sweets, and large portion sizes should be consumed in moderation. Parents set a good example by choosing healthy foods and appropriate portion sizes. Eat...

Your Newborn's First Visit

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