'I Hope They Don't Remember Anything': Bringing Up Babies in the COVID Era

The mother of all problems? Four families who had babies in 2020 reflect on the unique challenges, and occasional benefits, of bringing children into our coronavirus-impaired new world

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Naama Lapidot with her family.
Naama Lapidot with her family. Credit: Hadas Parush
Tamara Zieve
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Naama Lapidot Cohen and her daughter Dani.Credit: Hadas Parush
The Brosh family.Credit: Irit Paz
Debbie and Tom Cohen with baby Liv.Credit: Avishag Shaar-Yashuv
A woman with a mask on pushes a stroller in Tel Aviv, last year.Credit: Moti Milrod

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