Everyone does it, but it's really not safe-- especially if your page reaches further than family and close friends (which most do).
An acquaintance (not quite a friend, but someone I see often) frequently complains about her child's experience on the bus. My boys have never had a bad time at all, yet have recently told me that this kid is acting up (mostly just annoying, but sometimes dangerous). I have kind of always suspected this. So...how do I respond to her going forward? I'm thinking that it would cause a big problem to point out that her child is the problem. If it becomes a direct issue with my boys, I'd call school, but until then?
This winter is really giving my son an opportunity to show me that he's responsible enough to walk home from the bus stop by himself.
#toocoldforme #badmom #calmdownimkidding
Hashtags are like explaining your own joke, aren't they?
This is how we stay warm at the bus stop.
(This is actually from a couple years ago, but is that a hood or what?!)
The bus just brought my kindergartener home 45 minutes late. Nothing like a heart attack for the first day of school.
I drove the 100 yards to the busstop because it was drizzling. #BecauseIAmTheMom
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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