It’s always fascinating watching people drop their kids off at the elementary school. Sometimes I wonder what is taking them so long. I’ve seen cars sit for a full minute before the door finally opens and the kid gets out.
I don’t allow my kids to take a long time.
As soon as we pull into the school’s driveway we tell the kids to unbuckle and they move up by the sliding door and get their backpacks on. As soon as we stop where they can get out and head in we throw that door open. You’d be amazed at how fast I can say “Have a great day Anthony, I love you… Have a great day Mayci, I love you… Have a great day Zeke, I love you!” as they jump out of The Beast.
I kind of want to time it from door opening to door closing (Zeke is often the one to close it because he gets it shut properly on the first try way more often than the people helping with school dropoff) to see just how fast they get out.