We are living in greuling times. We are smack dab in the middle of a pandemic that has worn our patience thin.
As we poke around for ways to shelter from the Coronavirus pandemic, we can’t help but fret about our kids.
Children are born with immature immune systems, as fragile as lilies. With time, however, their immune systems toughen up.
Picture this –
Your kids scoop exemplary grades in school. Their language is rich and their oratory skills dumbfounding.
They are draped in an aura of confidence like a bathrobe. Their brain is analytical; constantly dabbling in topics well above their age.
The frosting on the cake? That has got to be their social skills! They joyously interact with their peers and adults.
When I made the transition from my corporate job to working from home, I was armed with indomitable optimism.
The future seemed amazingly bright with my dreams unfolding just the way I had envisioned them.
I was going to be tending to my baby without letting go of my career goals.