My how the times have changed. Remember getting the Toys R' Us catalog in the mail in early November so you could dog-ear approximately 900 pages displaying toys/stuffies/games you HAD to have for Christmas? Now kids have Amazon Wish Lists and mark ...
With so many scenarios for school in 2020 including: all-virtual learning; in-person instruction; and multiple hybrid schooling situations, meal prepping and grocery shopping has become very stressful. I know most moms feel this to their core, "What do I feed the kids today"?
This (experiencing the joy of a rainbow baby) is not lost on me. I know not everyone will get their rainbow at the end of the storm. Women who are dear friends of mine, for whom my heart breaks, struggle with infertility or loss. But a rainbow is also a bridge to a promise that hope is just over the arc.
When all things went on lockdown in March this year we, as parents, had an immensely difficult situation to explain to our children. Now, on the eve of the new school year, we are again faced with a seemingly impossible conversation. How can we make this easier?