Because of lockdown, our children haven’t seen many members of the family for a long time, so you have to be prepared for some children having a level of separation anxiety when they leave you, as well as some potential tantrums! As we will likely be asking them to do some things they have never had to do depending on their age.
I would suggest to reduce stress, take things slow – be patient with them and yourselves, ask family members to be patient. Go at the childs pace and gauge when and how they are comfortable.
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