The lure to spend more time outdoors after a long snowy winter might cause an interruption in our writing, but it doesn't have to be that way if we juggle around our writing schedules a bit.
For example, if during cold winter days, we wrote early in the morning, and now that the weather is warmer, we want to use that time for an outdoor walk instead of on a treadmill later on, then we simply switch the writing time with what would have been the treadmill time.
One way is to take a short break now and again and have children write in a journal about their summer vacation...their favorite parts of the day...what they like about summer, etc. And we can do the very same thing in our own journal. Some of our vacation/family/friends experiences can later be used in one of our stories. The best part is, that while the children write, we can write.
Perhaps we can write earlier while having breakfast, before the rest of the family wakes.
If you have a backyard or a deck, create a small writing area there. A bench, a small table and chair under an umbrella, or on our porch is perfect. If using an umbrella, some netting over it (found at most home goods stores or online) can enhance the writing time with the absence of nipping bugs.
Sitting in an Adirondack chair with my laptop and a backdrop of mountains. Not bad. Not bad at all. Enjoy!