We want to know how the pandemic has changed the way you parent

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic going global, we want to take stock of how COVID-19 has changed our lives.

Because it has changed our lives. The pandemic has changed how we interact with others. It's changed how we keep our families safe. It's changed how we raise our children.

We know the statistics: the pandemic has hit women hard and mothers harder; it's hit women and families of color hardest of all.

The problem with statistics and studies is that sometimes it's easy to forget that those numbers represent people. Those percentage points and survey responses belong to individuals, all with beautiful, heartbreaking stories to tell.

We don't want to let your experiences get lost in an avalanche of information about COVID-19.

That's why we're introducing a new feature series: Pandemic Parenting.

We want to hear from you. We want to know how the pandemic has affected your family. Tell us everything--we want to hear the good and bad. We want to know it all.

Help us tell the world how the pandemic has changed our lives.

Help us tell your child's story.

Help us tell your story.

To participate in Pandemic Parenting, please submit your information here.
Jamie Orsini is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, military spouse, and a mom to two busy toddlers. In her spare time, Jamie volunteers with the Solar System Ambassador program with NASA/JPL and reads anything she can get her hands on. She’s currently working on her first novel.

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