Moms Create Clear Fence So Their Kids Could Play Together

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Amy Vickers, 27, thought up the idea while her family was self-isolating in their Wakefield home amid the coronavirus health crisis. But she soon realized that her children, 3-year-old Arlo and 2-year-old Arabella, were missing the playdates they used to share with their pal Leo, 3, who lives next door.

"It got to the point where they were climbing on top of the rabbit cage that we have next to the fence so they could see over it into the neighbor’s garden, which is clearly dangerous,” Vickers said.

So she came up with clever and extremely adorable solution. She install a clear acrylic panel in the fence. Now they can see each other, play tic tac toe on the panel, and draw pictures for each other. It's a great way to break the isolation for those kids.

And we assume that the moms have at least a few minutes to breath that they didn't have before!

Photo: Getty Images Europe

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