I’m not a people person. I’ve always preferred the quiet companionship of a room full of tools, but children are another story. During my brief stint as a clinician, I enjoyed the diagnostics, the design, and even the interaction with other medical professionals, but not so much the patient interaction—except for the children. They never complained, they always tore up everything we made, and they were, for the most part, unstoppable! I loved their willingness to overcome any obstacle just to do the simple things in life like run, catch a ball, or just walk next to their parents and hold hands. Because of this, I’ve always tried hard to make sure that we do everything we can to meet the challenges presented by pediatric patients.