Every morning while I'm driving Lilly to school, she asks me, "are we going to pass Cayden's school?"
And every morning, I say, "yes."
And then she says, "will it be on this side or that side?"
And I say, "I can't see where you are pointing because I am driving."
When we get to Cayden's school we shout, excitedly, "CAYDEN'S SCHOOL!"
I am using the royal we there. Except in the way where I mean, I don't shout at all.
Some days, we get distracted. Lilly could tell you about those days. "Mom, do you remember that day we got distracted by a bird and forgot to see Cayden's school?"
I do not. You clearly do.
So I have learned to point out Cayden's school if it looks like she is going to miss it, because I will pay for it later if I don't.
She asked me this week if Dad could drive her to school some day.
Fine by me, I said.
"I like it when Dad drives me to school because he NEVER forgets to see Cayden's school."