We can all agree, it's been a week.

We are keeping you up to date with the latest information with regard to closings, cancellations, and Hudson Valley Coronavirus related information, and hope that this has been helpful as we all try to navigate this tricky situation.

What I want to know, is what are people telling their children?  Seriously.

I have a 4 year old who attends a school that has been shut down for at least the next 2 weeks.  When we walked out of her classroom yesterday I simply told her to say goodbye to her teachers and friends, and she would see them in a few weeks, that launched a line of questions that I didn't know how to answer.  She obviously will not understand the full capacity of the situation, but little ears are always listening and i'm not quite sure what to tell her at this point.  She hears me talking, we obviously listen to the radio a great deal, she is now spending time with my parents who are obviously discussing and watching the news, so what do we do?

Just wondering if any parents out there have some advice for this first time mom who is trying to navigate parenthood in this crazy world.