Is being cooped up making you go crazy? Yep. Us, too. Since we have had some time to get creative ourselves, we’ve provided a shortlist of activities for your family to do inside and outside of the home during this hunker downtime.
Is being cooped up making you go crazy? Yep. Us, too. Right now, we are just about ready to give a BIG hug and a basket full of thank-you goodies to our kiddos’ teachers (from six feet apart, of course). Lord, bless them.
But hey. There is beauty in knowing what you are grateful for and there is beauty in the ability to finally have some actual family bonding time - even if it may be a little forced. So, what is a family to do when all the get out of the house fun is closed, parties are a no-no and grandma and grandpa can’t spoil a day with lots of candy? They get creative - you get creative. Necessity is the mother of all inventions, right?
Since we have had some time to get creative ourselves, we’ve provided a shortlist of activities for your family to do inside and outside of the home during this hunker downtime.
See, it’s easy to incorporate the “structured” family fun time you have been waiting for. We are sure you will be able to come up with a few fun at-home out-of-the-box activities for your family as well. Just remember to soak it all in, take lots of pictures and laugh!
For many, strep throat is a one-and-done deal, but for some, recurring strep throat is a painful reality (pun intended). The juggle of the back and forth from the home to the doctor to the pharmacy is a source of frustration and demand on time, resulting in missed school and work. Many families are left wondering, “Why does this keep happening?”
Although 75% of sore throat visits to the doctor end up not being treated for strep throat, there is good cause to get checked just in case.
An itchy, scratchy, sore throat can throw off your day. Every swallow of saliva, food, or drink makes you cringe. If you aren’t one to go straight to the medicine cabinet to ease your pain, you may be left thinking you are at a loss for relief. Lucky for you, relief can be found in your kitchen cupboards.