How are ya’ll doing?
Such an interesting time for our country and our world right? I hope you and yours are staying safe and healthy during this unprecedented and uncertain time.
We’re doing okay on the home front. Both Tommy and I are working remotely from home for the time being. Ava and Luke’s daycare is closed for at least a week. We are fortunate that we are able to have our former nanny, Wendy, helping us with childcare this week and possibly more in the future, depending on how things go.
We’re taking the social distancing warnings and guidelines as we go, with complete seriousness and commonsense. We are avoiding large gatherings, bars, and restaurants (we are still ordering a few meals in + cooking). We want to keep things as normal for the kiddos (and us) as possible, but also be responsible neighbors and citizens during this pandemic.
Two of the things I’m thinking of and praying for are all the kids in America who rely on school for meals and safety, who are now not going to school, and all the small business owners who are having to face a challenging and potentially heartbreaking time right now in regards to their business that they have spent their blood, sweat, and tears on.
I am so thankful that Tommy and I are in the position where we can work from home and ensure that we have some sort of childcare (us or Wendy). I know so many people in this country do not have these safety nets – and my heart breaks for them.
In tomorrow’s post, I will share ways that we can help our community while still practicing social distance.