"Are they going to put the tape back up when I go to bed?" four-year-old Maggie asked her mum on Tuesday afternoon.
"Yeah they are," Taryn Godley Doolan replied, as she pushed her daughter down the slide for the last time in at least six weeks at the park across the road from their home.
"I am really sad," her little girl said.
"Me too," she told her.
The Godley Doolan family are amongst the five million Victorians barred from leaving their homes for six weeks, as metropolitan Melbourne and its surrounding suburbs go back into lockdown after a surge in coronavirus cases in the state.
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The first lockdown was a novelty for the Godley Doolan family
But the second time around, it feels much more like something the young family has to endure. Made even more tricky as this time there's a new baby in the mix.
On May 12, 2020, baby Fletcher arrived via cesarean.