I’m a childcare worker, and a mom to a child with autism: COVID has changed our lives

Monique Nash rises at 4:30am every morning to begin her day as a mom and preschool teacher.
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As an early educator. I don't think people really understand what it is we do more than change diapers we do more than white noses. The Oakland city. And gain I probably know. My children just as good as there own hair from time your childhood is out of that vehicle. And it was building there is. Educating. And and burned thanks comment. A lot of different regulations. In regards to the pandemic that's going on so a lot of things have changed. I think GMT up. I think that in educating acting outside the box. I. We'll have. Really push it sounds and see what it is that you can. Did even more emotionally and socially to support the it is pretty girls I'm sorry I didn't learn. Yeah. They. Outside. Where funds public those near the end of the day there is. That supports me as being let my daughter who has nine not state. And and prayer this. Your luggage on an insane it's always had a child and each more. And solo. Matt I'm hero needs anymore. It's hard and handed it literally shirt and her vote everything she loves and it. Eleven. Heidi we're does that it. Saying yeah. Her exit along. Let her know everything that's. Machine hit. You. You sure. I. Do you know. Oh. I'm happy that he value and importance of what week it what she. When she willing to Akron I think she knows that Arab east of the work that she uses it every day. That does sacrifices. Are changing your last that the children in her class right. And she is Good Morning. America. And the very basic level so families can go to work. It we don't have half out any child here are faintly in the country. Are not able to work. Home thank have to have some predict it. It's somewhere that they try to people that ain't no love their children and then European and half their best interest are. And I think he's sitting behind me tell her story but I think that's what state.

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