When you see Amazing, it changes you. We see Amazing every day in the kids and families we serve. Read some of their stories here.

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It’s a privilege, caring for the most amazing people on earth.

At Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, we see amazing every day. In the fighting spirit of a 25-week-old preemie. In the resilient five-year-old learning to walk again. And in the sense of pure optimism we see in every child.

Sara Bultsma and Dr. Yoav Messinger

Pediatric cancer survivor celebrates her health at Pine Tree Apple Tennis Classic 5K

Thirteen years after a leukemia diagnosis, Sara Bultsma remains inspired by the care she received at Children's Minnesota.

Miranda Mead

Competitive spirit gets Wayzata runner through meets, cancer treatment

Sixteen-year-old Miranda Mead approached Ewing's sarcoma the same way she does athletics.

Toddlers and Technology

In today's world, it is difficult to escape technology — even for young children. In fact, according to Common Sense Media, 38% of babies under 2 use tablets or smartphones, up from 10% in 2011. Yet, a study by the American Academy of Pediatrics states that children with self-soothing, sleep, emotional regulation, and attention issues are linked to mildly increased media exposure. Read the infographic below to learn more about toddlers and technology, and tips to encourage face-to-face interaction.

Amazing around the world

The very first thing your baby learns is you.

The best tool to learn, grow and dream

The very first thing your baby learns is you.

The importance of child learning through play ages 0-2

The importance of face-to-face fun

The very first thing your baby learns is you.

Concussion

Concussion disrupts girl’s life, but not her attitude

A skateboarding injury hindered Stephanie’s daily life for months but inspired her to educate others.

Cooper and Mallory Fasching

Siblings show hockey-playing brother what tough means

Cooper and Mallory Fasching were diagnosed with a genetic mitochondrial disorder, which makes them unable to walk and talk. But it hasn't stopped them from having a positive impact on their family, including older brother Hudson, who plays hockey for the NHL's Buffalo Sabres.

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The best early childhood teaching aid? You.

The very first thing your baby learns is you.

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Foundation for life: The infant toddler brain

In early childhood, brain development occurs more rapidly than during any other stage of human life.