Kids Corona Confessions:: Kelsey Y.

I feel sad about the coronavirus. I don’t feel good that I’m missing school. The coronavirus is very scary to me. People are getting really sick and it’s spreading really fast. School is cancelled and we are having online church.

My family hasn’t been going anywhere. We’ve been staying home. My mom is home schooling us until we go back to public school.

Since I don’t have to go to school, I have more time to play, practice the things I need, get my chores done and read.

Also, for the last few weeks, we’ve been riding our bikes, scootering and taking nice walks. I play piano. I also take Chinese class.

We’ve been doing Zoom and Facetime with cousins and friends and I feel really good and happy that I get to see them. 

Kelsey  likes singing, dancing, acting, playing board games, doing 100 piece puzzles and basketball. She is eight years old and in the second grade. She has an older brother and a younger brother.







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Vicky grew up in Miami, graduated from Boston University, and moved to New York City to work in advertising. She and her husband then had a marvelous adventure abroad, which included the birth of their older son. After almost four years in Beijing, they headed to her husband's hometown of Houston. Their daughter made her debut a few months later and their younger son joined the ranks several years after that. Vicky loves family life and all the adventures, laughs, and lessons that come with it. Though busy raising three kids, she tries to sneak time to tend to her tiny urban garden and come up with ideas to continually make her home a haven. Vicky has been slightly obsessed with raising monarch butterflies in recent years. She’s a writer and communications consultant who dreams of days where she can simply sit by the pool reading a book and drinking lemonade.



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