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Tag: covid-19

To The Woman At The Orchard: Thank You

Thank you for reminding me, woman at the orchard, that community doesn't disappear just because we're in a pandemic.

Celebrating Our Educators and Child Care Providers

Teacher and Child Care Provider Appreciation week is May 4th-8th. Here are some ideas and local resources to help make the hardworking educators and care providers in your child’s life feel extra special.

Pandemic Acquisitions That Shaped My Year in Lockdown

In case you haven’t seen it mentioned yet today, we are now in the SECOND year of the pandemic. One full year – that’s...

A Year With My Bidet: What a Blast!

But one thing I do not regret at all is...Getting sprayed in the face by a bidet this time last year. It was one of the best decisions I made.

Learning and Growing With My Kindergartener, While Distance Learning

Distance learning started off well enough... that is, until it crashed and burned. My son would scowl at me with crossed arms and feet firmly planted while saying, "I'm not doing it!!"

8 Ways Your Family Can Have Fun with Others Safely During...

Having fun and laughing can be so therapeutic, and put everyone in a better mood. Here are my top 8 ways to spend time online with each other.

We’re Trying for Baby #2…and It’s Not Working

Spoiler alert: one thing that you can’t control is getting pregnant. We realized this pretty quickly when it didn’t happen as easily as we thought it would. We’ve had no luck, but we're still trying.

The BEST Games for Kids Under 7!

Here are my favorite games for kids 5 and under. While kids older than 5 can enjoy these games, they really speak to pre-primary school skills!

Embrace Life and Wear The Cute Boots: Pandemic Lessons from a...

Here, in no particular order, are 10 lessons my daughter has taught me during the pandemic that help me be better, live better, and leave those invitations to Grumpy Town behind.

How My Family is Connecting Long-Distance with My Littles

Having my loved ones rock my littles to sleep, wrestle with them on the floor, or hold their hands on a walk is something...