Friday, June 14, 2024
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The Parents’ Voice By Shelley Heaphy

Unwinding

Hooray, they did it. We did it. They’re in school, loving their teacher, classroom and friends (I hope). We miss them all day long, we think about the fun they’re having, the learning going on and every single new thing they’re accomplishing. Then the moment comes when we pick them up at school, off the bus or from school daycare and all we want to know is how it all went down. And if your child is anything like mine, they have absolutely nothing to say to you and are most likely extremely grumpy.

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