Meagan and Sarah tiptoe very cautiously into the waters of futurecasting in today’s episode, still through the hazy, cheese-filled lens of that strange week between Christmas and New Year’s. We talk about where our kids and home lives will be one year from now and what that means for the evolution of our family units. We meditate on all that was stripped away in 2020, and when and how it may start to return in the coming year. And we also share the things we’re MOST excited to return to post-pandemic, as well as a few things we don’t ever need to go back to the way they were. Join us for the final 2020 episode of The Mom Hour!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode:
- In case you missed it, this is loosely the third part in a series that talked about Holidays Past and Holidays Present
- If you’re already getting excited for Friday’s Voices episode with Sarah Hart-Unger coming up on January 1, listen to the interview we did with her last year