COVID-19 Didn’t Ruin Our Kindergarten Graduation

Sometime around mid-February, I began to worry about my daughter’s kindergarten graduation.

Would she run out of the room because our last name starts with a W and waiting in line is too much for her?

I imagined her crying, yelling, and storming off the stage.

Would she become the center of negative attention and ruin the ceremony?

How many more enemies would I make that day with parents who don’t get it? Parents who only see a beautiful little girl being bad.

I worried about how to not attend. How do we get out of this?

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Mischief Momma was started in 2016 to write about the playful truths of parenting and life. In 2017, MM began to focus more on writing about parenting and life on the spectrum and raising her daughter and stepson. She writes about the joys, humor, and struggles of raising children who are different, and navigating obstacles like childcare, education, and work. This mom writes about her journey upward after hitting rock bottom.

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