We kept on enjoying quarantine life. I don't remember when they made more changes but they cancelled school until May 1st, and then later they cancelled it for the rest of the year. Church is cancelled, temples went from closed for proxy work to closed period, missionaries are being sent home from all over the world (although Josh is still out in Sweden), all sports are cancelled, including professional sports. All public events are closed, all public places are closed, you can't go to any restaurant except to get take out. It's so strange! We keep telling our kids they are living through history and nothing like this has ever happened before.
Mckinley made some fun origami as part of school (specialty stuff).
Tyler and Kallie had a fun writing assignment where they had to make creative sandwiches like Carla in a book, and write about it. They had a blast and their sandwiches were actually really yummy, as weird as they sounded.
We did some PE with some youtube videos.
Jackson is getting big. He started scooting and then crawling. He's going to be walking and talking before this quarantine is over!
The kids teachers did a parade and drove through our neighborhood. It was so fun to see them.
Quarantine life feels like a party and we pretty much do a movie night with treats every night. All the late nights are starting to catch up with Ava and she is falling asleep all over the place.
I have only done a few puzzles during this last month and a half which is strange, but I've just been so busy homeschooling the kids and having everyone around all the time that I don't feel like I have the spare time I used to.
Enjoying more good weather outside.
One day I took the kids to Ross's backyard for a lunch picnic. Ross is the only person we associated with at all during the quarantine because Karen left and went to Texas to help Chandra with a new baby and we felt really bad for Ross. It was fun spending lots of time with him.
A science experiment we did with m&m's and water.
I took the kids on 1:1 walks around the neighborhood to be able to chat with them and see how they feel about their new lives with Coronavirus taking over the world.
Kallie and Tyler do a google chat with their teacher and a few classmates every week.
Been spending lots and lots of time stretching my wrist trying to get my mobility back and massaging the incisions trying to get the scar tissue to go down. Long, slow process but I'm getting there.