Naveed Saleh is a full-time freelance medical writer and editor. Naveed attained a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, a medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine and a master’s degree in science and technology journalism (with an informal concentration in psychology) from Texas A&M University. He has written for numerous publications including The New Physician, Pregnancy magazine, the Johns Hopkins Newsletter: Health After 50, and Science Editor. He’s also an expert blogger at Psychology Today. Naveed won a 2010 Apex Award for a feature titled “Don’t Mess with TCOM.” In his spare time, Naveed likes to play golf, design web sites, paint in oils, walk along the beach, watch movies, listen to music and spend time with his wife and kids.
Two-year-olds do crazy things. My name is Naveed, and I'm a physician-journalist. I spent a year observing my two-year-old, Zain, and jotting down all the funny things that he does. I then wrote this polished book of short, humorous anecdotes. I wrote this book to not only celebrate my two-year-old but two-year-olds everywhere.