Yesterday evening, my hubby, kids, and I were going to head to Costco for some shopping when all of a sudden the transmission decides to blow out in our van. We barely made it out of our driveway!
Well..my son can't yet walk to school on his own so I had to pack my daughter in a stroller and take them this morning. We got absolutely drenched...(we live in Oregon). What would you do if this happened to you? Anyone have any ideas on how to stay dry next time? I did have my son hold an umbrella..and I also tried to push the stroller while holding an umbrella going uphill. I don't have a good enough canopy over the stroller though..so she ended up pretty wet.
Answer by meooma at 12:56 PM on Feb. 15, 2011
Do you have a school bus or other public transportation type service in your area? Is there a neighbor whose child goes to the same school that can take your son as well? Do you know of any moms that you could start a carpool with and have in agreement that when you get your transmission fixed you will carpool their child(ren)?
Answer by JeremysMom at 11:23 AM on Feb. 15, 2011
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