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Once upon a time Joshua used to ride the bus. He started school when he was three years old and a little bus would come each morning to pick him up. He liked it and it was great because I didn't have to go anywhere. I didn't have to wake baby Sarah up.
Well Josh started Kinder last year and we found out that the bus stop was now a block away and would no longer pick him up in front of our home. He also had to wake up even earlier and we would have to walk a block just for him to ride the bus. NO THANK YOU! That's when I decided I would drop him off and pick him up from school everyday. It was easy at first when it was just Josh and Sarah but then things got a little harder when Levi was born. I would have to wake up two kids and a newborn and put them all in car seats to drop off Josh at school. Josh is in first grade now and although it's still a bit of work getting all three kiddos up and ready I've come to get used to it.
Our morning routine:
- Wake Josh up (he changes himself, washes his face + brushes his teeth)
- Prepare + pack his lunch
- Make him breakfast
- Get Sarah up + ready
- Get Levi up + put him in his seat
- We pray together in the car
- We sing along to the radio
- We drop Joshua off
- We come back home and I make breakfast for Sarah, Levi + I
Levi seems to enjoy his new car seat so much he sleeps the whole way there and back. Comfy, cozy! One of my favorite things about Levi's new car seat which I mentioned in my previous post are the buckle pockets. These things are AWESOME! I unbuckle Levi and place the buckles in the pockets which help SO MUCH when it's time to go pick big brother up from school. No digging for buckles here!
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