Since the beginning of social distancing measures, our children's program at our church had been cancelled. However, our director still wanted to do a year-end celebration for all the kids, so we decided to do one final meeting as an online gathering. We all logged into our devices and all the kids were on their computers or tablets. It was quite clear these kids had already used the meeting software for a while now, so some of them were even more rambunctious online than they were in person. Shielded by the wall of their screens, chaos started to ensue with kids randomly yelling something out loud to the group before they were identified. They also decided it would be fun to annotate on shared screens, drawing and scribbling all over the place. The coordinator called this behavior out multiple times, but kids will always be kids.