I would say that the school system has experienced disconnected, detached and irresponsible parents for far too long. This experience had made me realize that I have been woefully out of touch with what my children are learning and HOW they are learning it.
I’ve been thinking a lot about this situation, and how rare it is for us all as a nation to basically be in “lockdown” together. I realized this morning though, that how Mike and I respond to these challenges will be planting seeds in our children for the rest of their lives. Only we can decide if they are good seeds or bad seeds.
She enjoys being around her brothers though, and today, Daniel drew a pair of glasses and a mustache on himself just to get her to laugh. It worked. She laughed so hard, it vibrated the walls. Those are good sounds, and they fill my heart.
They place the food on the table and then I go pick it up and put it in the back of my car). It feels very Silence of the Lambs to me, and I keep thinking one of the lunch ladies is going to toss me a bottle of lotion, but so far, it hasn’t happened.
Kasie finds change difficult. Not like you or I find change difficult. We are set off balance by change, and we may have an emotional or internal response to that change. After a few days, we adjust to the change and move on. These transitions are on autopilot for our brains and we almost don’t even think of them while they are happening