The Miracle Bus

Written by dad - 3 Comments

It’s 7:11 AM, and the “Miracle Bus” just came and went. That’s how my lovely and talented wife refers to the school bus that ferries our kids to and from school everyday. Somehow, some way, they board the bus as little hooligans, transform into absolute angels for the duration of the school day, and then morph back into their old selves by the time they step off the bus at the end of the day. Amazing. While we love the fact that our kids are perfect little angels all day long, we wouldn’t mind having the bus run in reverse every once in awhile.

Published on February 20th, 2008 - 3 Comments
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  1. LOL! My kids aren’t old enough for school, but I do keep telling myself that the fact my kids behave better when I’m not around is a sign that they’re developing in a healthy manner. Not as comforting as I’d hoped it would be, unfortunately 😀

    Comment by Chief Family Officer — Feb 20th 2008 @ 9:04 am
  2. Wow! I hope that bus comes by my house soon! 🙂 Actually it will next year, but we will see if any miracles are performed……

    Comment by Mrs. Rocket — Mar 5th 2008 @ 3:05 pm
  3. Wow, my kid’s school bus does that trick too!! I also find that the doors leading into restaurants have this same magical power!

    What’s even crazier…. it somehow takes my youngest son and transforms him from and outgoing, loud, never scared of anything in the world little boy into this quiet, whispering, sometimes even shy little boy.

    Comment by Loretta — Mar 19th 2008 @ 5:28 pm

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