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My backseat driver can't see over the steering wheel

These are things I regularly hear from the backseat:

  • What does that sign say?
  • How fast are we going?
  • You forgot to turn on your turning signal. 
  • Do you see the red brake lights on the car in front of you?
  • The yellow lights mean slow down, Mommy.
  • Where are we going?
  • What road are we on again?
  • Is this going to be a short trip or a long trip?
  • I think the park is to the left.
  • Can I see the map? 
  • It's time for us to play some of my music now.
  • You should have a drink in the car for me at all times.
  • Do you have any snacks?
  • I wish you would let me drive.

In addition to all this, my son has fallen in love with Emily. Click here for more.

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