Two years into the pandemic, we’re asking families: What have you experienced?

Photo above by Kelly Sikkema used by permission via Unsplash.

It’s a date we’ll always remember: March 13, 2020.

The day schools began announcing they would close. The day some people began quarantining at home, and others faced the risk of going to work in frontline jobs. The day our world, in so many ways, changed forever.

As the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic arrives in America, Kidsburgh wants to hear from families.

We’ve set up a very short online survey where you can share responses to questions like “What is something you wish you could tell yourself or your kids if you could go back in time to March 13, 2020?” and “Tell us about an unsung hero who helped you or your community during the pandemic.”

We want to hear from you and include your voices in the story we’re writing. So please click here to share your thoughts by this Sunday, March 6, 2022. And if you would like to take the survey in Spanish, please click here for the Spanish-language version (and please share that link with any other parents who might be interested). 

If you have any questions about this survey or the story we’re writing, e-mail us at

Thank you so much.