Are we loving on our kids too much at drop-off? Probably. Are we embarrassing them? Hopefully!
Things can get out of control quickly.1 of 19
Actually, the drop-off line is definitely worse.
Don't forget to show them your sweet dance moves.2 of 19
Full dance moves behind the wheel for mornings when the kids were extra sassy.
Not to brag, but...3 of 19
Clear Eyes. Full Coffee Mugs. Can't Lose.
Is it a drop-off line or a catwalk?4 of 19
"These are my formal yoga pants."
Kids never talk as much as when you're rushing out the door in the morning.5 of 19
Scurry along, your classroom awaits.
"Mommylovesyoukbye!"6 of 19
If you slow down to juuuust a crawl, it's practically like the car is stopped.
They grow up so fast.7 of 19
If the teenager isn't embarrassed, you're not doing it right.
Watch and learn, rookies.8 of 19
Dad has an "important meeting" this morning, kids.
Parents take every opportunity they get.9 of 19
Rihanna herself would be proud of this.
Don't mind me, just sitting here on my high horse in my minivan.10 of 19
*Pretends to take a sip from my travel mug when someone notices my withering stare*
Have kids, they said. It'll be fun, they said.11 of 19
It's the highlight of every parent's Friday.
It's a fasion show of questionable clothing choices.12 of 19
As long as someone else is taking the attention off you.
Just over here maximizing "me time."13 of 19
Gotta take those five quiet minutes wherever you can get them.
Million-dollar idea.14 of 19
Starbucks on school grounds? Count us in.
When the morning seems to be going too well.15 of 19
Nope, it wasn't just luck.
You do you, pops.16 of 19
Decisions, decisions.17 of 19
Need to look your best hunched over in the bathroom!
A punny treat.18 of 19
Nobody's this funny in the drop-off line.