Pandemic Parenting: Change In The Age Of Covid


It has always been a tough job, but being a parent became far more difficult this year. Covid has taught us all something new about the world, and in their positions as teachers and explainers to our very youngest, parents have had their hands especially full this past eight months. Since March, they've been learning on their feet to parent in a crisis. And many parents have learned that in a situation where you're largely out of control, it's the small things that you do control that matter most–both to you, and to your kids.

This week's Atlantic article by Mary Katharine Ham discusses the profound significance of these changes, and the need of parents to recognize them as a natural part of adapting to the pandemic. It's a thoughtful piece, and you can read it here.


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