Dosage Charts And Vaccine Information

Tylenol and Motrin Dosage Charts

Please use the dosage chart below to reference when administering Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin (ibuprofen) to your child.  These are guidelines based on a child’s weight.  You may contact a nurse by calling the office at (407) 284-6460 if you have any questions or concerns about the recommended dosages.

Dosage Charts for Tylenol (acetaminophen), Motrin / Advil (ibuprofen) and Benadryl (diphenhydramine)

Please see our  Recalls and Important Updates page for information on any current medication recalls. 

Vaccine Schedule

Middleton Pediatrics firmly believes that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics. 

Please reference the Vaccine Schedule to determine which immunizations your child will be due for at his or her next well-child visit.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Vaccine Schedule or our Vaccine Policy, please contact us by calling our office at (407) 284-6460.

Vaccine Resources

It is difficult to find accurate information regarding vaccinations.  The links below are credible resources that can be used to learn more about vaccines, help answer questions, and dispell myths you may have heard.

Colic and The Period of PURPLE Crying

The frequency of crying varies from baby to baby, however it is not uncommon for some babies to cry significantly more than others, which some pediatricians would desribe using the term colic.  Purple is an acronym that can be used as a guideline for normal patterns of infant crying, which describes crying behaviors in infants. 

Please reference the PURPLE handout for more information on colic and the Period of Purple Crying.


Breastfeeding resources

The following links are credible resources for tips and suggestions to help you successfully breastfeed.


Feeding and Nutrition

Visit the Gerber website for developmental and age-appropriate nutrition and feeding recommendations from pregnancy through childhood. Printable menus, with proper serving sizes, are available and can be brought with you to well-child visits when we discuss any feeding concerns.

Infant Swimming Resource

Infant Swimming Resource is the global leader in the industry it pioneered: survival swimming lessons for infants and young children.  It’s mission, “Not One More Child Drowns”, is the foundation of everything they do and the driving force behind ISR.  The ISR Self Rescue instruction is the product of over 45 years of research and achieves unparalleled results.  ISR believes pool fences, supervision, and pool alarms are important parts of a necessary multi-layered approach to drowning prevention.  However, traditional lines of defense break down, and ISR’s core conviction is that the child is the most important part of a drowning prevention stratecy.  “Children are curious, capable, and have an uncanny ability to overcome obstacles like pool fences; at ISR we take that ability and teach them skills to potentially save themselves if they find themselves in the water alone.”


Suggested Literature by Dr. Middleton: 

Food Fights by Laura Jana, M.D. and Jennifer Shu, M.D.

Bringing Up Boys by James C. Dobson

Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne

Einstein Never Used Flashcards by Kathy Hirsch-Pasek, Ph.D. and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Ph.D.

The Blessing of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel, Ph.D.

The Strong Willed Child by James C. Dobson

The Moral Compass by William J. Bennett