I can drive again and with my tummy pillow I've been going and going. Seriously what did they do without me when I was down?
I had put both my children on the school bus while I was unable to drive. Turns out my son is doing okay on the bus, but my daughter is having a hard time with the other little/big bullies on the bus.
Apparently there is a boy on the bus or two who sits in the back and curses a lot.
My daughter came home every day lamenting how sad she is about being on the school bus.
The Friday that I went to the doctor and he told me I was healing well and could drive again, she came home and said "Mom one boy on the school bus called me a bad name. I don't know what it means, but I know it's bad. And he curses a lot. "
I eventually got her to repeat what was said, and the boy had called her a 'ho'
If y'all can remember how hard I fought for her being bullied on the bus a few years before. This new one just broke my heart.
I told her that we would pray for this boy. She said she already did. Then I suggest we forgive him. And that I will also write a letter to the school and the bus driver.
Nothing harsh, just a letter telling them what happened and to be aware.
It was a Friday.
I drove her to school Monday and have been ever since. I can she is much happier. I didn't write the letter. I think it's moot. But these days, there is no such thing as ignoring these kids that will continue to terrorize your child on the bus, playground, school halls or anywhere else.
My 8 year old child should not have to deal with this during any part of the school session.
I'm sure she will be on the school bus again sometime, but I'll always be here to fight for her.
Welcome to our Monday Music train hop fun.
Our Spotlight Dancer is: Linda Cadose who has chosen the theme Motown Music. It can be bands or singers. Just and FYI she is featuring Stevie Wonder.
And of course James Brown. I hope that's motown :)
Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure