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You did the right thing! We can not shelter in place forever, the longer you sequester indoors, the lower your immunity will fall. Hubs and I, our grown daughters, even my Mom have essential jobs and have gone to work every day, we practice social distance to a point, but we still see family and close friends. My daughter turns 14 this wknd! She asked for her 2 dearest friends to come over to celebrate –we’ve seen no one since March 16 –so I said YES!! it’s time –judge me or not! It’s time to start the pace! Cheers!
Like everything else in parenting (and in life), that’s all you can do – take it one day at a time, one decision at a time, deciding what’s best for your family and your community I visited my students today. We kept a safe distance. Many of them have been isolated from neighborhood kids for weeks and now with the nice weather, they are letting the kids get out and play with each other. I totally get it. We have to be vigilant but with common sense,we can begin to let our kids have some normalcy too. My teenagers have driveway visits with their friends.