Return to School

Return to School
spcoggs, Nov 26, 2020
Earlier this month my kids had their first in person classes since March. They were both excited especially given they were starting new schools (elementary for her; middle for him). The oldest is on a rotation so he's only been for 1 week so far, but the youngest has returned daily. Thankfully, all is going well.

Credits: Memory Pockets Monthly: Lessons; Composition elements by Sahlin Studio; and Project Mouse (Main Street) elements by Britt-ish Designs and Sahlin Studio.

Scraplift of Fresh Air by jk703:
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    • Angela Toucan
      lovely photos and journaling. Great lift.
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    • Dalis
      Things are so weird this year and you made this such a special way. I really like the mask holder they have and I think it's important to add the masks in this year of school memories.
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    • spcoggs
      @Dalis yes, so weird, but definitely part of life right now and worth capturing. It's been interesting to see how easily they adjust. When I pick them up in afternoon carpool, they hop in and start telling me about their day with their masks on. I actually have to remind them they can remove them in the car! The lanyards I purchased online last month and have been a huge help. It makes it easier at lunch or snack time so they don't have to find a place to set their masks down. Of course, I'm also stocking their backpacks with extra masks just in case.
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    • Dalis
      @spcoggs We tell our kids at school to bring extra masks just in case. A big sneeze and that gets disgusting. LOL!!!
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    • cfile
      Aw what a great lift and so glad you documented the first day of in person school for your children. Love the mask holders too.. you must need a longer check list now to make sure they have all the precaution supplies. I am glad though that they have the opportunity to go back to school.. it gives a bit of semi normalcy back! I love the slight tilt of the main part of the page, and I love the sweet photos of them all raring to go back to school! Thanks for playing along with the November Template Challenge!
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