My husband works in healthcare. Before the COVID-19 outbreak it was already difficult as a stay-at-home-mom to keep 3 young children busy on my own. Back then I could break up our days with outings and play-dates. For more than two weeks we have been in isolation in our home in Cincinnati, OH. In that time I have developed ways to maintain some element of ‘normal’ while introducing new activities to keep everyone entertained and sane.
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Tis' the season for all things Christmas! I truly believe in the magic of Santa at the holidays and I am so excited to share that with Charlie this year. His visit with Santa last year ended with him kicking and screaming but this year we are going to be prepared for a fun and magical experience!
The beginning of the school year poses one big problem for me… Getting everyone out of the door on time! My little, two-year-old Amelia seems to give me the most trouble. Maybe it is her age, but I anticipate this is a foreshadowing of what is to come in her teenage years.
Summer is in full swing here in Colorado and we are sweating it out with no AC in the Safarik household! We thought it might be the perfect time to load up our little yellow pop-up camper and head to the mountains.