I would be lying if I said it wasn't a beating on parents to get 3 kids out the door for school. I am incredibly thankful we don't start until 8:50.
She was up four times lady night.
Hudson was up for different times.
I think she might have jacked some chocolate milk from the lunch room.
I see Hailey!!!
We were all yelling her name and waving.
She was kind of embarrassed.
So, this school has one way in and one way out. We arrived at 8:30, ended up being 3rd in line and it was still 9:06 when she climbed out of my car. Yes, 36 minutes in line waiting on the buses. The buses here are a big deal. I heard there are two children in K who do not ride the bus. HG being one of those two children. We won't arrive at 8:30 for sure tomorrow and I imagine the kids will be eating a lot of breakfast in the car to occupy time. Same for the afternoon pick up. We got there at 3:23 and was 4th in line. It was after 4 o'clock before she was in my car. The buses drop the kids off in the morning and no cars can drop kids off until all the buses are emptied and have left. Same for afternoon pick up. The buses load and leave with the kids before the car riders are allowed to pick up. HG mentioned she was ready to ride the bus. The husband and I just aren't sure but said we would talk about it when he gets back in town.
Being in school means after school evening activities. Wow. Just wow. Dance, Girl Scouts, First Communion Classes and gymnastics just for HG this fall. All weekly. I see a lot of crockpot meals, a messy kitchen and rarely dried hair.