As rain holidays dragged alone interminably, there was one group of people who were making hay while the sun was not shining- temporary daycare services.
With many working couples forced to either work from home or travel to office at least once a week, couples sought out day care centres that could entertain their children for a few hours everyday. While some businesses were closed themselves, a few managed to stay open during the rains and welcomed the kids.
“Many of us went back to the playschools that our kids studied in,” said Varshini, mother of 6-year-old Adwaith. “It becomes very difficult when holidays are announced early in the morning, and we have no idea what is in store for the day.”
Pic used for representational purposes.
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