With the weather warming up and your child home from preschool, normally you’d be taking full advantage of the sunny days and filling them with trips to the zoo, playdates, hours spent in the park, and frequent walks to the library. Of course, the world isn’t exactly normal right now, and these activities that would entertain your toddler for hours on end are out of the question. Instead of just checking out and letting a tablet or kids program babysit for you, use this as a chance to spend quality time with your little one try these fun, creative ways to avoid going stir crazy while stuck at home.
While it may be impossible to avoid the grocery store entirely, there are steps you can take to shop smart and maintain good hygiene while you are out. Even if you aren’t “high risk” and don’t see an issue going places, you are still susceptible to the disease and may act as a carrier, giving the virus to someone you love. Everyone has to do their part and come together to help flatten the curve. Follow all recommendations from the CDC and other approved government sources and try these helpful tips to protect yourself (and your family) when you need groceries.