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Post by Lesley Chong, child life specialist
As we look at the world around us, much has changed. For the health and protection of ourselves and others, people wear masks, stickers on the ground remind us where we should stand, and friends and families meet virtually, or if the opportunity arises to see each other in person, we give each other a head nod or an air hug to greet each other.
From our children’s perspective, everyday life looks a bit different, too. At the beginning of spring break, our kids hollered “see you in a week!” as they exited the school hallways for a brief holiday. Little did any of us know that… more