Thanksgiving is a time when we stop moving so fast and look at our lives to realize what we are so thankful for. It is a time for families to come together to laugh, cry, and share life's celebrations. With this in mind, I am pleased to announce that my family will be growing! Our new baby will be coming in May! My husband and I, along with our son Mason and puppy, Oreo, are very excited. I am finally feeling much better although I am still dealing with some morning sickness. Here are some tips that I hope will be helpful if you're teaching with morning sickness.
This has been my second time teaching with morning sickness. I know from experience that it is not an easy task. Here are a few helpful tips that I hope will assist you, if and when, you go through this exciting, but difficult time.
Morning sickness is so difficult to deal with, let alone having to teach young children at the same time. Unfortunately, many teachers go through this difficult stage alone while waiting for the 13th week to come around. I hope some of my suggestions will help those of you out there experiencing this. If you have ever taught with morning sickness and have more advice please share it with me.
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!