Today on the way home from Trader Joe’s the big girls were happily sucking on the suckers they earned by finding the bunnies hidden in the store. These suckers are great because they are all-natural with no random weird dyes in them. When G finished her sucker she asked me to throw a wipe back to her since she was sticky. I first told her I could not since she was all the way in back of the mini-van (something I really miss about not driving a sedan is that I can’t reach the kids from the front seat). Then we came to a red light and I thought, “Hey, why not?”
I pulled a wipe out of the diaper bag, scrunched it down into a ball, twisted around and did a weird sideways throw and hit G (who was directly two rows behind my seat) in the shoulder. Since wipes don’t bounce it stayed on her shoulder and when she figured out where it was she used it and then let L have a turn with it.
Anyone else mastered the art of throwing things to kids at red lights?
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That's like texting at red lights, only with way more bonus points for being awesome. Also useful. 😀
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