“Instead of a schedule we’re doing nothing this summer. Literally NOTHING,” writes sports reporter and mother of two Kristen Hewitt in a Facebook post about parenting that’s gone viral.
“Instead of a schedule we’re doing nothing this summer. Literally NOTHING,” writes sports reporter and mother of two Kristen Hewitt in a Facebook post about parenting that’s gone viral. Screen grab from Facebook
“Instead of a schedule we’re doing nothing this summer. Literally NOTHING,” writes sports reporter and mother of two Kristen Hewitt in a Facebook post about parenting that’s gone viral. Screen grab from Facebook

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