Separate but Equal on the Bus Works for Me

school bus made of LegosSometime separate but equal works. For example, our house is located between two school bus stops that are part of separate routes. My boys have decided to take different buses and that’s just fine with me. No more tales or whining about what goofy/stupid/embarrassing things the other boy was during on the ride to or from school and they both get delivered where they need to go.

When the weather warms, perhaps they will walk. Not sure how we’re going to split them up for that.

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2 Responses to Separate but Equal on the Bus Works for Me
  1. emily @ the happy home
    January 26, 2012 | 6:04 pm

    oh, i WISH i could have take a different bus than my twin brother. he once told the boy i was MADLY in love with that my bedroom smelled funny (like most suburban girls, i had a bath & body works fixation that did not make for a pleasant atmosphere). i wanted to crawl into a hole and die. so: big applause for this.

  2. admin
    January 28, 2012 | 10:39 pm

    Oh Emily, I feel your pain even all of the years later. Given their schedules with before and after school activities, I’m not even sure how often they’d be on the same, but it is one less thing to cause arguments.