So, yes. We drive our kids to school....every day.
We live far enough away from each school, elementary and middle,
to be provided transportation.
little prima-donna's kids would rather
spend quality time
chatting with Bill or I on the way to school.
So we drive them.
who doesn't really know any better at this point,
DOES take the bus home.
He arrives everyday right about straight-up-noon-time.
Today I was upstairs, knee-deep in laundry around the time Garrin was
to be arriving. Bill was downstairs. I came down about 12:30 and asked
where Garrin was. He hadn't gotten home yet. Now I am a tad
panicked. But within a couple minutes the bus pulled up.
As I went out, I noticed a new/substitute driver. As I hopped on the bus
to get Garrin, the driver said to me....
"He told me his name was one of the other kids name, so I brought him to that
house and that's why I'm late."
I was like...
"WHAT?"....and I got off the bus...with my kid.
And then I thought out loud...
1. OK, so you relied on a 4 year-old's information about his name.
2. You relied on a 4 year-old....just in general.
3. You relied on a 4 year-old with a speech issue which is why he is in
Early Childhood to begin with.....to figure out who he is and how
to get him home.