A young mother of a preschooler laments the passing of an academic year, lost to the online education of the pandemic times, though her daughter seems to have adapted.
Life and its idiosyncrasies loosen our connection with the curious child within us. We start associating magic with fantasy, and forget that magic is actually very much a part of our everyday lives.
We should acknowledge that our kids are going through much worse than us in the lockdown, and do all we can as parents to make things easier on them.
What will happen when the world gets back to 'normal'? Or is this the new normal? A mother peeks into her daughter's school world.
My mother says, ‘School bus fees made an additional dent in the family budget, but we didn’t want to take any chances with the girls’ safety.’
Time with our grandparents, with the stories they tell us, have so much more of an effect on our lives than we realise. A grandma's legacy always lives on.
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