We survived it. I still don't have my test results back so I am not 100% sure what we survived but we survived something, that's for sure. After a week of fevers and coughs and a few scary moments there, we have made it to the other side. I cannot even begin to put into words the relief we felt yesterday morning when Amalia woke up with a smile on her face and no fever whatsoever.
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This week has been intense, to say the least. Anel, Amalia, and I have all been over here just trying to survive day by day hour by hour. Surviving self-quarantine. Surviving what everyone else is surviving.
On top of it, we're all sick but I'm the only one who qualified for COVID testing because of my medical history.
Amalia’s transition to a big girl bed has officially gone as smoothly as it possibly could have gone with only one small hiccup. If you couldn’t tell, I let her pick (almost) every detail in her room centered around said bed, and while I might not have chosen this much pink, she adores it. Her face lights up when she shows her friends or our family or even the plumber (true story) her room.
Working from home, as you may have already learned, is not as easy as it looks. There are distractions around every corner and the snacks are abundant. Staying focused can be a major challenge. Luckily, I've been doing this for a very long time so I've got you covered with my tried and true tips.
Last night on Instagram I asked for your questions on working from home.