For families who haven't left the house in almost two months, we sure have been on a wild ride. As usual, the parents of the internet have tweeted and memed as if they were here to see exactly what is happening in our homes.
We aren't changing our clothes.
Simple tasks seem very difficult.
Remember "going out?"
Remember worrying about cleaning for guests?
He's lazy and doesn't respect personal space, but he's still the best good boy.
The kids are doing more chores and also helping with more elevated tasks.
Dads are about to find out how helpful school really can be.
Dressy attire has changed.
Screen time expectations blew up weeks ago.
Going forward, no one will doubt why teachers deserve summer vacations off.
Crunchy floors and sticky tabletops are the new norm.
It's important to keep the homeschool curriculum fresh.
Workday interruptions have increased exponentially.
Everyone is thinking of running away. If only there was somewhere to go.
I guess we're doing math with dried out scented markers today.
How's your sourdough starter looking?
Let me stage the kids in a couple of fake poses to prove it.
Welp. Better luck next year. Maybe.
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