April 30, 2009

BREAKING NEWS!

Two of my children can buckle themselves into the car without my help.

I Repeat.

TWO OF MY CHILDREN NO LONGER REQUIRE ASSISTANCE WITH BUCKLING.

Praise the Lord, the end is near.



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14 comments:

  1. This is a momentus occasion. Congrats.

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  2. That is huge -- congrats!

    Wait until you have zero in diapers and then, a few years after that, zero in car seats of any sort.

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  3. Send your buckling geniuses yo my house. My 7 year old still has trouble.
    CONGRATS though!

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  4. I can't even leave a normal comment with editing mistakes. That was "Send your buckling geniuses OVER to my house. My 7 year old still has trouble.

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  5. YAY! I love that!

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  6. How awesome is this? I await the day when my last two no longer need me to buckle them up....It'll be longer then the others, since Utah has the under 8 in a seat rule ;(!

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  7. When Emma learned I about died from sudden relief overload. Life is SO much easier now!

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  8. Happy day. That will cut your errand-running time in half! It's amazing how something so simple makes life so much easier!

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  9. I am weird b/c I always hated it when my kids learned to free themselves. Then again, my kids are spread so far apart. I suppose if I had four not able to free themselves, I would be celebrating their becoming able to free themselves, too.

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  10. Does this mean they can also UNbuckle them by themselves?

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  11. That is such, such great news!!! Glad I saw the press release, this morning. Thank you.

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  12. Hallelujah! I love this stage in life, when they become more independent, but still like you.

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  13. Hooray for you!!!
    I remember the day that all three of my kids were able to do that.

    What joy!

    And then we had one more baby. We're looking at another two years before he can buckle his own seatbelt. (However, the older kids can buckle him up, and that's a wonderful thing!)

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