I’m thrilled there’s a vaccine, but young parents like me probably won’t get it for another six to nine months at least—and I’m at the end of my rope.
Testing is essential. But if it requires small kids to stand outdoors in a lineup for six hours, all due to a runny nose, then something is very broken.
I'm desperate for an end to the work-from-home/homeschool circus but I just can't come up with a good scenario for the fall.
As we hide in our homes waiting out this virus, I’m worried about another, silent, pandemic.
It feels like families with young children are making huge sacrifices as other groups of people are shamelessly defying the rules.