My kids seemed to get sick during the school months mostly. And when they do, it seems to last forever. Mind you, I feel like that is the only time when life isn't moving fast, well, and when you're working out too. Your nights become longer and your days are full with "other" activities. They say, kids build up an immune system due to their exposure to germs and other kids' sicknesses once they go to school. Why is it that this seemed to be such a myth to me? My kids stay sick throughout their school years, and any time they are in contact with large groups. So far, I have not seen them immune to anything. They come home with the minimum colds every year...except for the summer - when they are not around other children.What do you think?
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #59
1) Do you think kids become immune to the sicknesses in their school?
2) Do you and your children use hand sanitizers religiously?
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