However, one person who doesn't seem affected is Mr. 10-month-old. He is loving his time at home, with big brother constantly available to harass.
Nolan, my extroverted, go-getter is not as easy-going about staying in. According to him, I am most definitely not doing school the right way, and life can get "so boring." He's been a trooper though. He struggles with parents being home and working, but I imagine all kids are at this point. He's read a few books on his own, is sounding out words nicely, and is close to mastering his counting to 100. He's building pretty cool Lego designs, and making many craft projects for our work spaces.
Scott and I are still working. His work seems to be changing daily, and we may have a beard shave coming up (which is pretty notable). I am eagerly waiting on news for how this will affect the remaining school year, but looking forward to spring break this coming week so that I can devote more of my attention to the kids. We have had to cancel our trip to visit with family, which upset us all, but we know we're all in this together. We're surviving with virtual game nights, lots of snapchat with the family, and apparently attempting to buy a home virtually.
From our family to yours, stay home and stay healthy.