Stanford undergraduate, Phil Delrosario, does an amazing job of getting into the mind of a four year-old at a doctor's office.
"Momma, why is she hurting me? Momma wouldn't say anything. She just held me there. The lady stabbed me again with another silver dragon. Stop I yelled out. I was still crying. Why are you hurting me I screamed. She said she needed to give me two more and then she'd be done. She came closer and closer. I kicked her in her face. That's what Aladdin would have done..." Download Silver Dragons
Author Bio: Phil Delrosario is a junior in Human Biology with a concentration in Psychological Development in Children and Adolescents at Stanford University in California. He enjoys writing, making short films, and playing his violin/piano/ukulele. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pediatric practitioner Brian Maurer has this comment: "This unfortunate scenario is repeated daily in pediatric primary care practice. An interesting twist: told through the eyes of a 4-year-old as imagined by a pre-medical student. see Brian's full comment" Download Maurer