As a mother of two young unvaccinated kids – our older one being 5 years old and the younger one being 9 months old – the decision fell upon us as early as last year when our daughter’s private school decided to reopen after just three short months of being closed. At the time, I was pregnant and exhausted with no help, so we decided to send our daughter back to school.
Farah Adil lives in Chicago. She’s a freelance writer and content creator. Want to contribute? Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. When it first began in March of 2020, I thought this was the break, we all needed. Covid 19 had rescued us from the drudgery of being slaves to our routines, school and work and errands and the predictability of the mundane.
Nithya Krishnan is a culinary and Zumba instructor and food blogger. She’s based in Painted Post, New York, USA. Want to contribute? Please write to us at email@example.com. How do you feel justified to tell a story that feels inconsequential compared to the ones you hear in a world gripped by a pandemic? A story is still a story and there are no parameters to gauge whether it’s worth telling or not.
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