Friends, we are at least seven months into this little thing we call the global health crisis, aka the way The Virus That Must Not Be Named has had us all more or less locked down in our homes since March 2020. When you really stop and think about it, it’s really wild: we have all spent most of this year hanging out at home, not really hugging or loving our friends and family. Some of us have mourned the loss of loved ones, some of us have mourned the loss of our regular events and happenings, and it’s likely that all of us have experienced a whole range of feelings that include being hopeful, scared, worried, anxious, upbeat, and mostly just really confused.
Our kids are definitely feeling the weight of this experience, too, and I know most parents are really concerned about what kind of effect this whole situation is having on our children, in both the long and short term.
Even though things are weird for everyone right now, there are things you can do for kids to help make this extended time of global weirdness a little more bearable. Here are 10 suggestions for keeping kids happy seven months into the pandemic.
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