In one way or another, we’re all going to experience a socially distant Christmas this year.
From the Fourth of July to Thanksgiving, Easter to Halloween, all of our holiday celebrations have been stunted this year. The biggest adjustment might be Christmas. Since we’re used to gathering with family and friends, we need to make sure our kids are prepared for the shift to a slower pace.
Studio 5 Parenting Contributor Heather Johnson shares some strategies to help us gear our children up for a unique holiday season. She shares how the uniqueness can work in our favor, and how to keep some constants throughout the upcoming month.