Here's some wholesome content. Sophie Grégoire Trudeau's Instagram post shows her hanging out with her kids again and making rock art. Plus, she gave a shout out to another Canadian mom!\nOn April 1, the former television host posted photos on Instagram, one being of her kids in the middle of painting rocks and another of the finished product.\nIn the caption, she shared her inspiration for the art project.\n"This idea touched my heart and I wanted to share it with all of you: A mom in Vancouver has started painting rocks with her little ones to help them adjust to the new realities we’re all facing," Grégoire Trudeau said.\nEach rock has a monster face and an uplifting message like thanking others, being healthy or staying positive.\nRed rock monsters are a reminder to stop and wash your hands while green ones tell you to keep your body strong by eating right and moving around.\n"And now it’s turned into a movement to keep families all over the country connected," the mom of three said.\nShe mentioned that there's nothing more beautiful than connecting with others during this time.\nWhile their rocks aren't monster-like, Grégoire Trudeau said her kids might start making those too.\n"We’ve been painting rocks we found outside too - anything to keep the kids busy and their creative juices flowing," she said.\nCanada's first lady also gave a shout out to the woman behind the rock monsters and thanked her for all the work she's doing.\nView this post on Instagram This idea touched my heart and I wanted to share it with all of you: A mom in Vancouver has started painting rocks with her little ones to help them adjust to the new realities we’re all facing. Each rock carries with it an uplifting message about keeping our bodies healthy, staying positive, and thanking others. And now it’s turned into a movement to keep families all over the country connected. And in the midst of the chaos that surrounds us, there’s nothing more beautiful than being connected! So from the bottom of my heart, thank you Amanda and all your @rockmonsterfriends for what you’re doing! We’ve been painting rocks we found outside too - anything to keep the kids busy and their creative juices flowing! Maybe we’ll get started on some Rock Monster friends of our own next! 🎨💝 Cette idée m’a réchauffé le cœur, alors je tenais à vous en parler : une maman de Vancouver a commencé à peindre des cailloux avec ses petits pour les aider à s’adapter à la nouvelle réalité. Chaque caillou porte un message inspirant pour nous encourager à prendre soin de notre santé, à rester positifs et à nous remercier les uns les autres. C’est devenu un mouvement qui aide les familles de partout au pays à rester connectées. Et au milieu du chaos qui nous entoure, il n’y a rien de plus beau que les liens qu’on entretient! Alors, du fond du cœur, merci Amanda et tous vos @rockmonsterfriends pour ce que vous faites! On a aussi peint des cailloux qu’on a trouvés dehors… tout pour tenir les enfants occupés et stimuler leur créativité! La prochaine fois, on fera peut-être nos propres petits cailloux-monstres! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Apr 1, 2020 at 7:06pm PDT\nOn March 30, during his daily press conference, Justin Trudeau said that Grégoire Trudeau and their kids have gone to Harrington.\nThat's a summer residence and retreat in Quebec specifically for the Prime Minister.\nThe PM is staying in Ottawa and working from home so the whole family isn't together at Rideau Cottage anymore.\nView this post on Instagram Big day today - but there’s nothing more important than spending time with these four. 🇨🇦 Une grosse journée aujourd'hui, mais rien ne peut égaler des moments comme celui-là. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Sep 11, 2019 at 10:24am PDT\nGrégoire Trudeau's first post on Instagram after testing positive for COVID-19 was a sweet throwback for her dad's birthday.\nShe also posted on Facebook after getting the all-clear from doctors.\n"From the bottom of my heart, I want to say thank you to everyone who reached out to me with their well wishes," she said in her post.\nGrégoire Trudeau tested positive for COVID-19 on March 12 and was in quarantine at home while recovering.\n*Cover photo used for illustrative purposes.