Summer Vacation Part 1: Staring Down Boredom and Making Routines That Work

Christina Sbarro reflects on the first week of summer vacation as a work-at-home mom to a 5 year old and 15 month old. Little lessons and big breakthroughs.
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Christina Sbarro reflects on the first week of summer vacation as a work-at-home mom to a 5 year old and 15 month old. Little lessons and big breakthroughs on balance and finding fun.

“We survived the first week of summer vacation (barely.) It was all about getting dirty and figuring out routines and discovering ways to involve my 5 year old and 15 month old in the routines of work and play around our house.”

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