During these strange and trying times of the current global pandemic, everyone seems to be trying their best to distance themselves from others while still getting their daily work accomplished. Many people also have the double duty of little ones that need to be managed in the midst of their teleworking duties.
This photo series gives you just a glimpse into my new life of teleworking from home, mixed in with the tasks of trying to handle my little ones too. I hope you enjoy it.
Swarmies love to watch me work! Maybe they’ll work for NASA when they grow up!
TV is never a good Swarmie-sitter, but sometimes a parent just needs a break from the chaos.
Sometimes an empty box is more fun than all the expensive toys in the house!
The doorbell rang this afternoon and nobody was there. Here’s what I found later on the doorbell camera.
Swarmies just love to help out around the house! Will they still be this helpful when they’re teenagers?!?
I heard a commotion from the next room. I ran into the kitchen to find this.
Swarmies and I had a long hard day today. Sometimes you just need a nap.
The Swarmies tried to run away today. Luckily I caught them before they got too far down the road.
This is the Swarmies most favorite bedtime story. Not sure why. Seems like an odd choice to me.
It’s moments like this that make raising Swarmies totally worth it!
So there you have it. There are good times and there are not so good times. But we do the best we can and we roll with the punches. Good luck to all you teleworking parents out there who are doing double duty these days! Stay strong!
Thanks for your interest! Kurt
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Legal Disclaimer: Teleworking With Swarmies was done completely off the clock. No tax dollars were used. In addition, no Swarmies were harmed in the making of Teleworking With Swarmies.
3 thoughts on “Teleworking With Swarmies”
These are some very creative and excellent pictures!
Teleworking sounds fun with those.
Thanks for sharing.